I am glad to see that Hillary Clinton, perhaps the most dishonest and corrupt candidate of any major candidate in 240 years, has had the decency to confirm these predictions.
We see her campaign announcing,
a new Latino outreach initiative Sunday focused on mobilizing young undocumented immigrants to highlight their risk of deportation if Donald Trump becomes president, with the aim of inspiring others in their communities to vote in November.
So-called "dreamers," who in many cases were brought to the country illegally as children, do not have the right to vote, but their stories have the potential to motivate friends, classmates and co-workers to go to the polls with their fate in mind, the Clinton campaign said.OK.
Do the writers at the Post and the criminals running the criminal Clinton's criminal campaign think we're all idiots? Or is it now the assumption that the American people are simply so overwhelmed by Clinton scandals and crimes as to be completely numb?
I love the phrase re the "dreamers . . . not having the right to vote," but, of course, their sob stories will motivate others to reject Trump and his call to deport those illegally in the USA. Does anybody, anywhere think these "dreamers" won't vote? The Democrats and their allies in the courts have made it all but impossible to prevent unqualified people from voting. You can be sure the "dreamers" will be voting along with tens-of-thousands if not hundreds-of-thousands of new arrivals from Mexico, Central America, and elsewhere.
Further on in the article we are told,
Clinton’s campaign said the new effort, dubbed "Mi Sueño, Tu Voto" (“My Dream, Your Vote”), will be highlighted at several events around the country this week, including in Florida, Nevada and North Carolina — all states where the Hispanic vote is a growing force.I see.
Let me note that the genius who thought up that slogan might not realize that he has given away the game: "My Dream, Your Vote" can be interpreted several ways including that Hillary's Dream is getting the vote of the illegals or that the illegals dream of getting your vote. This is either rank stupidity or brazen cynicism. As I wrote before, quoting This is Spinal Tap, that when dealing with this misadministration, "It's such a fine line between stupid, and, uh . . . clever."
There is another phrase in Spanish, "mi casa es su casa" ("my house is your house.") I always liked that phrase; I found it very poetic. I see, however, that we are now being told to take it literally when dealing with the flood of illegal aliens: our nation is to be their nation--quite literally. Hillary has said so.