WARNING, THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS MATERIAL NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNGER AUDIENCES.
On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that Trump made a very outrageous comment about countries like Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. The Post reports that unnamed sources – specifically, “several people briefed on the meeting”, aka people who weren’t even there – informed the Post that President Trump asked: “Why are we having all these people from s**thole countries come here?”
The President denies that he used such a derogatory term to describe these countries, saying: “The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used. What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made – a big setback for DACA!”
“Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. Never said ‘take them out.’ Made up by Dems. I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians. Probably should record future meetings – unfortunately, no trust!”
And in classic Trump fashion, he managed to turn it around on the Democrats by saying: “The Democrats seem intent on having people and drugs pour into our country from the Southern Border, risking thousands of lives in the process…”
And while ignorant Leftists come to the defense of Haiti and the aforementioned countries, they manage to, in a sense, destroy a liberal argument: “these immigrants should be here because the countries they come from are very bad and dangerous.”
Stephen Colbert defended these countries by saying “They’re not s**hole countries… Donald Trump isn’t their president.” Insinuating that the United States is a s**thole because Trump IS our president.
If they indeed are not s**holes, then it should be ok to send these people back, right? Why would anyone be opposed to sending these great people back home if those countries are far better than ours? Shouldn’t we be merciful and compassionate people and help these immigrants return home?
Whether or not Trump used that word to describe these countries hardly matters. The meaning behind the reported comment is truthful: these countries are horrible.
According to World Atlas, Colombia is the 7th most dangerous country in the world. Sudan is 6th, Nigeria 5th, Congo 2nd and the Central African Republic is the most dangerous country in the world.
According to the UK Independent, Jamaica is the 18th most dangerous country in the world. South Africa immediately follows it at number 17, Guatemala at 16, Chad at 15, Mali at 13, Honduras at 9, Kenya at 8, Egypt at 7, Venezuela (Bernie’s favorite country) at 6, Nigeria at 5, El Salvador (well, look at that) at 3 and Colombia at number 1.
Many other sources often name the same countries, albeit in a different position. HIV/AIDS cases are the worst in many of these countries but that’s just one of their many problems.
If you don’t think those countries are s**holes, you don’t have a functioning brain.
Meanwhile, Trump is also reported to have insisted we take more immigrants from places like Norway. According to World Atlas, Norway ranks 14th among the world’s SAFEST countries.
Now, even though Trump says that he never said anything derogatory about those countries, the comment was still not racist in any way.
He reportedly said the COUNTRIES are s**holes, not the people. And the stats do indeed show that the countries are, in fact, s**holes.
It makes no sense to defend them because to defend them means to lie about them. But the funny thing is that they’re only now defending them simply because of what Trump reportedly said.
Jason Cone, USA executive director of Doctors Without Borders, said earlier this week: “The US is sending Salvadorans back to one of the most violent places in the world, and putting them at risk of death”.
If a country is considered one of the most violent places on Earth and puts its own people at risk of death by just being there, then it’s a s**hole country.
If a country is totalitarian and its people often try to escape via raft (I’m, of course, talking about Cuba), then that’s a s**hole country.
If a country is so poor that its people are forced to eat their own pets just so they don’t starve to death, then it’s a s**hole country.
Truth be told, most other countries on Earth are total s**holes. And unfortunately, some countries are beginning to turn into s**holes themselves. The massive refugee “crisis” threatens to turn the U.K, Germany, France and other European countries (or really any country that takes in these “refugees”) into Muslim s**holes. And yes, many Muslim countries are among the most dangerous countries in the world in the very sources I used earlier in the article.
I didn’t want to have to use that bad word so much, but even CNN is unapologetic about using the word. One host even wrote the word to describe who Trump is. He even attacks the President for reportedly having used the word.
Funny how he forgets that Joe Biden once said that Obamacare was a “big f**ing deal”. The Democrats even sold a t-shirt with the abbreviation for that description: “Health Reform is a BFD”.
It’s also funny how he forgets Dick Cheney once told Democrat Senator Patrick Leahy to “go f**k yourself.”
Or that Barack Obama used many, and I mean MANY expletives in his book: Dreams From My Father.
No, since it’s Trump, it’s only bad if HE says it. And it’s not even confirmed that he actually said it, at that. Multiple “celebrities” went on twitter to attack the President, many of whom used the very same word to describe him.
Funny how they all think Trump’s a s**hole, but still likely think very highly of Meryl Streep’s “God”: Harvey Weinstein. You can add Hollywood to the list of s**tholes in the world. I won’t throw all of California under that description since it’s really just the coastal cities that are garbage. There were a good number of counties in California that voted for Trump in 2016, so I won’t attack the whole state, even though its Governor is complete Leftist garbage.
Regardless, all of these places are actual s**holes that I would never dream setting foot on. I’ve lived in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. I was too young to properly remember Argentina and Brazil, but I remember Mexico pretty well. While the area I lived in wasn’t a complete s**hole (Mexico City), it is when you compare it to the places I’ve lived in in the States… except maybe Portland, Oregon.
Maybe they’re on par. Although, it’s important to establish that not every single place in those cities is awful. Downtown Portland is a complete garbage-fest (I’ve grown tired of using the same bad word over and over again), but the rest of the city wasn’t really bad. Downtown Portland is where the freaks are, but the rest of the city isn’t too bad. Liberal, sure, but not too bad.
But while I can stand living in such a place, I would never dream of travelling to any of the aforementioned dangerous nations. I might be interested in places like Norway now, but I would never go to South America again, except maybe Chile, the only South American country in World Atlas’ top 25 safest countries on Earth, even though it sits at number 24. Even the U.S. is not on that list, largely due to Obama and the Democrats.
Still, I end with my main point: the countries mentioned in the immigration meeting with lawmakers, with the exception of Norway, are total s**holes.
And even though the MSM won’t feel sorry whatsoever for using the word, I will apologize for using it myself, especially to the extent that I did. Not that I never curse, it’s just that it doesn’t feel right to curse this much.
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