You DO know that Title 45 is still in place, right? We’re deporting most of the migrants.
Not to mention that a wall would not stop migration, only make it more dangerous. Here is a report that explains it in full:
But the BLM protests were not “against the country” or unconstitutional, and most of them didn’t attack any fundamental American institutions, unless you count especially militaristic policing as one of them.
This would be funny if it were an accurate or semi-accurate depiction of the nature of the claims of climate activists and experts. But it isn’t. I’m not a cartoonist, just a reader, but I would advise Mr. Payne that adding more of an element of truth would make his cartoons funnier.
IMO, anyone has a right to set us straight if they see something bad. They’re definitely worse than us, but using that as a defense is the Tu quoque fallacy. Their human rights records are irrelevant if they make a good point.
Oh, come. ONE 19 year occupation of another sovereign country? Like, who HASN’T done that? /s
Not sure how it is in US interests to stay out of Haiti, though. For most of our history, it was how we exploited other countries for their resources.
Haiti actually asked us to intervene, and Biden refused.
Military intervention in Cuba is not being considered, either.
So, no, this is not what militarism looks like. This is what FDR’s “Good Neighbor” doctrine looks like.
Yes, imagine if that standard applied to Sean Spicer or Anthony Scaramucci or Sarah Huckabee Sanders or Kayleigh McEnany or… who else am I missing? I feel like I’m missing someone.
Don’t Fauci my Florida! That makes sense, right? Can anyone tell me what that’s supposed mean?
Because your ideas of all three groups are probably incredibly murky and uninformed, I will let you believe whatever you want.
If you are not satisfied with that view of you, then I suggest comparing the ideas of a Leftist (actual quotes) with conditions in Communist countries (you would not say what you said if you had first-hand experience of either).