The oldest son of U.S. President Donald Trump has once again taken care of with a pole Internet mix-message for outrage. On Instagram, Donald Trump Jr compared. the Situation on the border to Mexico with a Zoo. "You know, why you can enjoy a day at the Zoo? Because walls work," wrote Trump-Filius on Tuesday evening (local time). He wanted to support his father, who had claimed in a televised address from the Oval Office, once again, the approval of a billion dollars by Congress for his project of a border fortification.
in fact, seen the analogy of the President's son, limps in the sense that most of the illegal immigrants in the United States do not reach the U.S. southern border, where Trumps wall would be built, but with a temporary entry permission (for example, as a tourist at an airport) come into the country and then stay. CNBC did an interesting comparison: In the year 2017, the US homeland security DHS, of 701'900 immigrants, who covered their visas knew, while U.S. customs and border protection CBP took in the same year at the U.S. southern border of 396', 579 people. A study by the US centre for migration studies came to the conclusion that there had been, since 2007, every year more and more of such "Visa Overstays" as illegal border crossings.
"these are animals"
For his entry Trump Jr earned. fierce criticism in the online networks. "This is racism to the power of three", wrote a Twitter user. Another countered, ironically: "in fact, it is so that I can just enjoy a day at the Zoo", as the National Zoo in Washington was closed due to the budget freeze. For more than two and a half weeks of ongoing decommissioning of Federal facilities was triggered by the dispute between Trump and the opposition Democrats to the billion for the construction of a wall.
With his polemic Donald Trump junior to the rhetoric of his father, the "Illegal" again and again, desolate insulted castle. The President said last may in the context of a press conference about criminal immigrants and Latino Gangs: "you will not believe how bad these people are, they're not people, they're animals."
"Mexico is not our friend"
the son of The President has provided in the past with controversial comments for indignation. So he compared during the election campaign of 2016, Syrian refugees with poisoned candy.
Trump Jr. thus followed the example of his father. Trump began at the outset of his presidential candidacy with the verbal attacks against Mexican immigrants. "Mexico sends us the best," Trump said in the speech, when he announced his candidacy. "The country will be sending people who have a lot of problems. They bring drugs, they bring crime, they are rapists." And: "Mexico is not our friend."
Created: 09.01.2019, 21:46 PM