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Human Rights First wants to prove to the world that we aren’t bigots (then they will love us!)

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 7, 2016

Remember that Pew poll I told you about here yesterday.  It seems that the numbers have those, like Human Rights First, that welcome Muslim refugees to America, worried.

They noticed too that the fearful-Democrat numbers are pretty high too!

Michael_Chertoff,_official_DHS_photo_portrait,_2007

Human Rights First hated the Bushies but when they can use one for their purposes, why not! Because of his complete misunderstanding about why ISIS exists, Michael Chertoff is one of the reasons we are in the mess we are in! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Chertoff

They want all of you Trump supporters to know that ISIS and other Muslim extremists are watching to see how bigoted and hypocritical we are.  The theory goes that ISIS will lose power if other Muslims love us and they will only love us if we take in hundreds of thousands of them as welfare-dependent refugees.

From Human Rights First:

Editor: These numbers indicate to me that Trump has a lot of room for expansion of his voter base (are we one terrorist attack away from President Donald J. Trump?)

The Guardian reported on a recent Pew poll that found 85 percent of Donald Trump supporters believe that refugees from Iraq and Syria are a major threat to the United States. As for the other presidential candidates, 74 percent of Ted Cruz supporters felt the same, followed by 59 percent for Kasich, 40 percent for Clinton, and 34 percent for Sanders.

If we prove we aren’t bigots (goes the theory), the bad Muslims will leave us alone! And, the good ones will love us! (and that is all that matters):

As Michael Chertoff, former DHS Secretary under President George W. Bush, told the Wall Street Journal: “[Resettling refugees] allows us to truthfully say that we’re not hypocrites or bigoted against Muslims or people from other cultures. That has a positive impact in terms of the disposition people around the world have toward the U.S. You don’t want to play into the narrative of the bad guy. That’s giving propaganda to the enemy.”

Click here for more illogical thinking from HRF about how bringing questionably-screened refugees from Iraq and Syria to America, scattering them to hundreds of towns, and adding them to our welfare rolls will keep us all safer.  What it will do is advance the Hijra and the eventual Islamification of America because it isn’t just terrorist attacks we should fear. (Just look at Londonistan!)

7 Responses to “Human Rights First wants to prove to the world that we aren’t bigots (then they will love us!)”

  1. Reblogged this on Kerberos616.

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  2. 7delta said

    As Michael Chertoff, former DHS Secretary under President George W. Bush, told the Wall Street Journal: “[Resettling refugees] allows us to truthfully say that we’re not hypocrites or bigoted against Muslims or people from other cultures.

    My quandary when people makes statements like this is whether they’re complete imbeciles by nature or if it’s that they have an agenda only a complete imbecile would embrace, but are so enamored by the sound of the voices in their head, they believe arrogance is brilliance and that we’re the complete imbeciles.

    I’ll take Door #2, Bob.

    Firstly, they can get over themselves.

    Secondly, “truthfully” is an inappropriate word use in Chertoff’s statement. The issue has never been about hypocrisy or bigotry…or religion.

    Thirdly, America, as has every other country in the world until diversity dementia took hold, has always screened immigrants for compatibility, good character, security, self-sufficiency, etc., and accepted them only in numbers that wouldn’t place a burden on citizens, and whose presence would primarily benefit the citizens and the country.

    Now such expectations are “bigoted.” Yep, okay, sign me up, I’m bigoted, but not against people of other cultures. I’m not a hypocrite, however, so let me be clear about my bigotry. I don’t want mentally deranged officials that can’t tell the difference between their sworn duty, reality and a suicidal agenda, no matter what outcome they may intend. Their inability to grasp the unavoidable Law of Unintended Consequences they bring to themselves, they also bring to us, who are, by the way, the only people they are sworn to serve, protect and defend.

    So yes, I’m bigoted against allowing free rein of influence to people with such organically ingrained character flaws and psychological defects that they’re dangerous to themselves, to us and to the country.

    Chertoff, Human Gaslights First and anybody that buys what they’re selling are simply unfit for elected or appointed office, any position of authority, to serve as a spokesperson for anything, to handle sums of money over $10, to be around sharp objects or to operate the fryer at McDonald’s.

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  3. Every refugee coming to the U.S. should be put to work within 7 days. This is not a vacation spot. No welfare!

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  4. Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal.

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  5. Odd that Chertoff doesn’t feel this way about his OTHER country Israel…..how many have they taken in

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  6. usnveteran said

    U.S. Army Special Forces Officer Speaks On Muslim Immigration:
    … “They’re not here to integrate, but to conquer us. Just one look at Europe illustrates our fate if we fail to stop all muslim immigration.” …
    http://www.newswithviews.com/Wooldridge/frosty1146.htm

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