Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Bazzo Says: The deal about ‘The Donald’

Bazzo Says:


Donald Trump owns an estate in Bedford. On July 6, it was reported that a body of a “day laborer” was found in the woods of Mount Kisco. On July 7, a man was charged with murdering that “day laborer.” The man charged is an illegal immigrant from Guatemala who has been deported twice due to convictions for violent crimes. The police say the two men were drinking in a wooded area where many “day laborers” sleep in tents and blankets. During their drunken night in the woods, aka their home, these two DREAMERS apparently got into a fight. Next thing you know, one of them is lying dead in the woods of Mount Kisco—right in Trump’s backyard.

This happened, as if on cue, just as the politically correct zealots and professional politicians were calling for him to retract statements he made about illegal immigration weeks earlier. The mob had just been successful in pressuring contestants to drop out of his pageant and convincing the PGA to stop doing business with him.

The following is what Donald Trump said:

“When Mexico [meaning the Mexican government] sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you (pointing to the audience). They’re not sending you (pointing again). They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems to us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people! But I speak to border guards and they tell us what we’re getting. And it only makes common sense. They’re sending us not the right people. It’s coming from more than Mexico. It’s coming from all over South and Latin America, and it’s coming probably from the Middle East. But we don’t know. Because we have no protection and we have no competence, we don’t know what’s happening. And it’s got to stop and it’s got to stop fast.”

Those words were spoken on June 16.

On July 1, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, an illegal immigrant and repeat felon who had been deported to Mexico five times, allegedly stole a gun from a vehicle belonging to a federal Bureau of Land Management agent and murdered 32-year-old Kate Steinle at a San Francisco pier.

How do you suppose the Steinle family feels about the fact that this murderer never should have been in this country in the first place?

For anybody paying attention to the hell thatUnites States citizens in the border areas of Texas and Arizona are going through due to the constant illegal and violent incursion from south of the “border,” Trump’s words are common knowledge. He is not saying whites are superior to nonwhites or Mexicans or Central Americans or Middle Easterners. He is not advocating taking away rights based on skin color. He is saying that bad people are coming into this country and our government is refusing to stop it from happening.

Sure, we are getting some good people, but we are also getting a lot of bad people and too many of those bad people are committing violent crimes, and, apparently, living in the woods.

You see, referring to a person’s skin color or country of origin does not make a person a racist. Speaking the truth does not make a person a racist.

Political correctness is killing our citizens and causing harm to the future of this nation and the world. Political correctness played a role in the murder of that “day laborer” in Mount Kisco.

Do Hispanic lives matter?

Political correctness played a role in the murder of Kate Steinle. 

Sadly, the list of people murdered or harmed by illegal immigrants in this country goes on and on and on.

So, what are we to make of all of this as it relates to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign?

Well, one of the things I learned in life is that in politics, nobody goes after someone who they do not consider a threat. “The Donald,” as Ivana Trump, his ex-wife, famously referred to him in an interview years ago, is a bonafide threat. His honest and correct words on illegal immigration opened the doors for his detractors, yet he articulated a common outrage. 

Notice that nobody is going after Bernie Sanders for once writing that women fantasize about being violently raped. That would have ended any Republican’s career. But, seeing as how Sanders is a Democrat and poses no threat to Hillary, it is not even mentioned.

You are now seeing firsthand how the establishment tries to not only silence but personally destroy an individual who denies the template they have been so successful at creating over the years.

Mr. Establishment himself, Jeb Bush, said the following about illegal immigrants:

“They only come here out of love.”

Hey Jebby, apparently some of these dudes practice tough love…

Those words from Jeb Bush and the media’s glee over the fact that illegal immigrants have found their way onto construction sites of some of Trump’s real estate projects shows you why it is impossible to have a serious discussion about issues relating to illegal immigration and race.

Again, ask the victims—those who were robbed or raped and who have had loved ones murdered by a person here illegally. How about the landowners near the border who fear for their safety because illegal immigrants are literally running through their yards? Another reason why an actual discussion of the illegal immigration issue is nearly impossible is because the media does not tell these stories. Editors and reporters do not go looking for the victims of illegal immigration, in part because they believe the only victims are the illegal immigrants themselves, and in part because of their political agenda. Instead, as I mentioned above, they run to a Trump job site in search of illegal immigrants.

People know that the Democrats need a continuous pool of voters dependent on the government. They know the Republicans, bought and paid for by the Chamber of Commerce, want cheap labor.  Illegal immigration makes the leaders of both parties happy. Why do you think that the government purposely does not keep stats on crimes committed by those here illegally? This same government, which asked conservatives what they think about when they pray, does not bother to keep stats on alien crime.

Neither party cares that we are not getting the best and brightest.

Last year during our gubernatorial race, it was pointed out that New York is losing people making over $50,000 a year and up to other states and that they are being replaced by people earning $20,000 a year or less. It is not just us, as many states are losing independent workers and replacing them with dependent workers. 

People see this and are outraged. The Donald tapped into that. People read police blotters and news reports and find that many of the arrested are here illegally. Not all, but some, and some is too much. Fact is, 27 percent of our prison population is made up of individuals here illegally who have committed serious crimes.

What Trump is articulating is the simple truth and what millions of Americans have been thinking for years.

Whatever one thinks of how The Donald expresses his opinion on illegal immigration, it cannot be denied that he raised it as an issue. People are paying a bit more attention to the legal status of murderers and rapists. It seems that a discussion is beginning and if it continues, then woe to the announced candidates, regardless of party, who follow the political rule that the customer (voter) is always wrong and too stupid to know what is going on. Woe to the announced candidates, regardless of party, who discount the outrage that exists over the issue of illegal immigration. 

The Donald is not a fluke or candidate of vanity. He has the highest paid campaign staff in both Iowa and New Hampshire. He is competitive in the polls right now and I have heard people who make a living following this stuff compare his candidacy to that of Ross Perot’s in 1992 and 1996.

However, that is the wrong comparison because Perot ran only to stick it to President George H.W. Bush.

The comparison should be Nelson Rockefeller, the former governor of New York, who accomplished all he could both in the private sector and public sector. His family was financially secure for generations to come but in the end he had to settle for vice president, and that was by appointment, not by election. When it was time for Ford to run, Rockefeller was dumped for Kansas Sen. Bob Dole.   

The Donald, 69, has done everything there is to do in the private sector, aka the real world. His family is financially secure for generations to come. He is self-financing his campaign and at least as of this writing, he is still free to say what he wants in this country. Trump has been gaining traction with people because he is not a dopey politician like Obama, Hillary or Jeb Bush. And unlike those three stooges, he has produced in the private sector. People have been waiting for this kind of candidate, one who speaks to the common outrage.

The Donald knows something that our professional politicians do not. The private sector has taught him that the customer is not always wrong and often has a point. This is what makes him a danger to the other candidates. At this moment, he is setting the debate and for this crime he must be personally and politically destroyed by the powers that be. 

This is what I say. What say you?

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