President Trump Offers Sweet Deal to Democrats – It’s Rejected Within Seconds

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 20, 2019

No doubt many people would be angry at President Trump for offering this deal.

But the only reason he offered it is that he knows the Democrats will reject it.

Fox News:

President Trump’s immigration compromise package to end the partial government shutdown drew sharp reactions from Democratic and Republican lawmakers alike.

In a televised White House address on Saturday afternoon, Trump offered Democrats a three-year extension of protections for 700,000 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, in exchange for the $5.7 billion he has been seeking for a barrier along the nation’s southern border with Mexico.

“Our immigration system should be a source of pride … not a source of shame as it is all over the world,” Trump said in his plea.

The president’s proposal was met with disdain from an array of top Democratic lawmakers. Many used the same language in their critiques, accusing Trump of holding the government and federal workers “hostage.”

I was scared he was going to offer DACA. Offering three years of DACA is not as bad as offering the whole shebang, obviously. But we shouldn’t even be talking about DACA again until SCOTUS rules.

But again.

Zero chance they’re taking this deal.

This address was just about looking reasonable before declaring a national emergency.

I hope it was a final offer. It certainly gave the impression of being a final offer.

Shut Down All Immigration

Our new meme needs to be “shut it all down.”

We need to begin to demand that zero immigrants be allowed in this country, period. No further details needed. We do not want a single individual crossing our border.

I don’t even want to talk about “oh what about Europeans coming to see New York City or Japs going to Disney World” – we need to demand a complete and total shut down on ANYONE getting in here.

It needs to be like Escape from New York in the reverse.

This is the only meme we need.

We need to attack this entire fetishization of immigration completely. This is not a “nation of immigrants” and immigrants – this is a nation of people who live here.