The Real Dual Loyalty

Here is Lloyd Billingsley about the real dual loyalty:

Democrats’ support and service for Mexico.

“I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says it is OK for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country.”  That was Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, speaking of American Jews and what she views as their allegiance to the “foreign country” of Israel, which she says is not a democracy.

“They forgot which country they represent.” That was Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib,  bashing those U.S. Senators who voted against Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) legislation. Both Muslims thus dredged up the old “dual loyalty” charge, and even fellow Democrats took them to task.

Rep. Jerry Nadler, New York Democrat, said leaders were free to debate influence on the nation’s decision making process but “they would be extremely careful not to tread into the waters of anti-Semitism or any other form of prejudice or hate. Rep. Omar failed that test of leadership with these comments.” For New Jersey Democrat Josh Gottheimer, “There is absolutely no place for this rhetoric in Congress or anywhere.”

While denouncing the Muslim’s fake charges, on the other hand, Democrats maintain the most blatant dual loyalty now going on in America. And in typical style, they attack those who have a problem with it.

By the latest count of scholars at Yale and MIT, some 22 million illegals live in the United States, more than the population of Chile (18.3 million), Romania (19.4 million) and nearly as many as Australia, with 25 million.  The vast majority of the 22 million are false documented Mexican nationals. Unlike other groups, as Mexifornia author Victor Davis Hanson has pointed out, the Mexicans tend to idealize their own country and trash the nation whose immigration laws they violated. Every time Americans vote on a measure to curtail government benefits to people who should not be here, Mexican flags emerge by the thousands.

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