No. We’re not all immigrants.

Donald Trump wants to prevent foreign nationals from sneaking into our country in violation of our laws.

And the nitwits on the Left are fighting back in the only way they know how.

They started a hashtag.

No, Debra. We’re not all immigrants.

I was born in Syracuse, NY in 1963.

Last I checked, Syracuse is a part of the United States of America. Though, to be fair, our current mayor is trying to turn it into Somalia West.

And since I was born in the United States to two citizens, I am not an immigrant.

My father was not an immigrant. My grandparents were not immigrants.

There are lots of people who are not immigrants.

In fact, Debra. Let me give you a whole group of people who are not immigrants.

The foreign nationals who are sneaking into our country in violation of our laws.

See, let me break it down for you, Debra, you thinking-challenged nitwit: Illegal aliens are not immigrants.

Let me say it again. They are foreign nationals in this country illegally.

An “immigrant” is someone emigrates to the country through the proper legal channels.

Now, my mother is an immigrant.

By that I mean, she emigrated to the United States in accordance with US Immigration laws, obtained residency and became a US citizen.

She is an immigrant.

Or, as she like to put it. She’s an American.

Your family who came to Ellis Island entered the country through the proper channels.

You’re right, Debra. They were immigrants.

But foreign nationals who pour over our border in violation of our sovereign nation’s laws are not.

President Trump is constructing the wall and increasing border patrol not to keep out immigrants. He’s doing it to prevent foreign nationals from entering our country illegally.

If they want to emigrate to the United States, we actually have a process by which they can enter legally.

Just like my mother did.

And just like your family did.

The United States of America is a sovereign nation. We have the right — the right — to determine our own immigration policies.

Foreign nationals and foreign states like Mexico do not have the right to determine it for us.

From 1924 to 1965, immigration into the United States was severely limited.

There have been many times in our history when immigration from certain regions of the world was halted altogether.

FDR did it during World War Two.

Jimmy Carter did it after the Iranian revolution.

In 2011, Barack Obama paused the entry of all refugees from Iraq.

America doesn’t have an open-door policy any more than Debra Messing does.

Come on. Do you think Debra leaves her front door wide open for anybody who wants to come wandering in?

Or do you think she believes it is her right to determine who can and cannot enter her home?

Yeah. America has the same right, Debra. If we don’t want just anybody sneaking in here, we have the right to stop them.

Debra is also siding with Mexico in its dispute with Donald Trump about the Wall.

I wonder if Debra Messing is aware that Mexico’s immigration policy is unbelievably stringent.

To emigrate to Mexico, you have to be in the country legally and you must have a visa.

If you don’t have the means to take care of yourself economically, they won’t let you in.

They won’t permit anyone who would be a drain on society – either economically or socially – to stay in their country.

You can’t have a criminal record. And you must be a productive, contributing member of society.

So, that means Debra Messing would be out of luck.

Foreign visitors to Mexico are absolutely prohibited from interfering with the country’s politics.

[Boy, if only we did that here.]

And if you do interfer? Buh-bye!

In fact, if foreign nationals do anything to violate the terms of their visa, they’re deported.

And anyone who aids an illegal alien in Mexico will be imprisoned.

I’m sure Debra would be surprised to hear that Mexican immigration law puts the national interests of Mexico ahead of the interests of the immigrant.

Foreigners may be barred from the country if their presence upsets “the equilibrium of the national demographics”

Hmm. Sounds racist, no?

… when foreigners are deemed detrimental to “economic or national interests”

A country concerned about economic and national interests?! What a bunch of xenophobic haters!

…when they do not behave like good citizens in their own country, when they have broken Mexican laws, and when “they are not found to be physically or mentally healthy.” (Article 37)

You know, I’m with you, Debra. I totally stand with Mexico when it comes to their immigration law.

In fact, I like it so much, I think we should adopt it here.

And hey, adopting Mexican immigration law for ourselves would make us Diverse!

Forget the Cinco de Mayo parades. Let’s just take their immigration policy.

While we’re at it. Let’s adopt Mexico’s Voter ID laws as well!

What do you say, Debra. I mean, you’re the one standing with Mexico. Are you with me?!

But Donald Trump isn’t even suggesting we make our immigration laws as draconian as Mexico, is he?

Yet Debra thinks he is a monster for enforcing the immigration laws America currently has on the books.

This may come as a shock to you, Debra. But it’s the job of the President to faithfully execute the laws.

Donald Trump is doing his job, honey. Which is more than I can say for your buddy Barack.

Oh, and one last thing. And this may sound harsh, but tie your tubes, dear.

Just reading your Twitter feed pretty much proves to me that you’re too stupid to breed.

But don’t stop talking, tweeting and making a general ass of yourself. The more you sputter and demagogue, the higher Donald Trump’s approval rating goes.

And I put that in the WIN column.

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3 thoughts on “No. We’re not all immigrants.

  • January 26, 2017 at 7:50 pm
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    If her family came here pre-WWII, I’mm guessing she was born here and not an immigrant either.
    Two of my grandparents were legal immigrants from Germany, unlike me. I’m a Native American!

  • January 26, 2017 at 8:10 pm
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    Ha Ha Ha… “She’s got Marty Feldman eyes.”

  • January 26, 2017 at 10:30 pm
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    So Deb’s all on board for “immigration”. I’d like to hear her stance on the European colonization/immigration of the America’s vs the rights of the native population with respect to her ideal that “we’re all immigrants”.

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