Uh Oh Michael Moore's in trouble
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While we correctly blame Trump for his racist border policies that have now resulted in the deaths of 2 children seeking asylum, let us not forget that it was the Clinton administration that deliberately made the desert deadly for migrants: https://t.co/EAqVBJgmfZ
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 30, 2018
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When trying to make sense of these two tragic deaths – and while details are still emerging – one thing is clear: the journey they undertook is designed to be deadly. In the 1990s, then president Bill Clinton introduced Prevention Through Deterrence, a border security policy which closed off established migrant routes. This forced migrants like Jakelin and her father through more remote and trying terrain. Jakelin and Felipe would probably not have died had it not been for the extreme conditions that Prevention Through Deterrence forces migrants to withstand.
December 29, 2018 at 11:11 PM #6291
December 30, 2018 at 12:37 AM #6298mrdmkParticipant
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Did find, did not watch the following movie
The Guardian story is worth the read
If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields
December 30, 2018 at 9:33 AM #6339djean111Participant
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Here’s the first lesson – if the Clintons and Obama did something bad, EVER, and you refer to it – that is “whataboutism”. If Trump did anything years and years ago – even if it is the same stuff that the Clintons did last week – that is “frame of reference”.
Also, there was no racism, no poverty, swell health care, no joblessness, no immigration problem, the police were all your buddies, no wars or saber-rattling, people could afford college, all good things! – this was a veritable paradise for everyone, not just the .1% – right up until the day Hillary lost. To say anything otherwise, facts be damned, makes you a TRUMP LOVER. Um, that is also pretty much the DNC’s campaign plan for 2020. With a soupcon of Bernie-bashing.
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