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Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Wants To Use ‘Space Lasers’ Against Migrants

According to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), the effectiveness of Israel’s vaunted “Iron Dome” missile defense system is proof that the same technology needs to be used on the U.S.-Mexico border against migrants seeking refuge in the United States.

Greene made her suggestion on Twitter, posting this:

For those with short memories, this isn’t the first time Greene has referenced “space lasers.”

Back in 2018, Greene suggested that space lasers were responsible for the devastating wildfires taking place in California, Media Matters reported at the time.

She wrote a November 17, 2018, Facebook post — which is no longer available online — in which she said that she was speculating “because there are too many coincidences to ignore” regarding the fire, including that then-California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) wanted to build the high-speed rail project and “oddly there are all these people who have said they saw what looked like lasers or blue beams of light causing the fires.” She also speculated that a vice chairman at “Rothschild Inc, international investment banking firm” was somehow involved, and suggested the fire was caused by a beam from “space solar generators.” 

Greene added: “If they are beaming the suns energy back to Earth, I’m sure they wouldn’t ever miss a transmitter receiving station right??!! I mean mistakes are never made when anything new is invented. What would that look like anyway? A laser beam or light beam coming down to Earth I guess. Could that cause a fire? Hmmm, I don’t know. I hope not! That wouldn’t look so good for PG&E, Rothschild Inc, Solaren or Jerry Brown who sure does seem fond of PG&E.” 

Fortunately, others on Twitter weren’t about to let Greene get away with her latest batshit crazy inanity, and they lit into her on the social media platform.

Could someone please just drop a net over Ms. Greene so we can at least try and restore a shred of sanity to this country? Hell, we’ll even take up a collection and pay you.

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WATCH Jamie Raskin Give The GOP A Brutal History Lesson On The Issue Of ‘Illegals’

Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) gave his GOP colleagues a much-needed history lesson Wednesday during a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee.

According to HuffPost, the hearing was on the Equal Representation Act, a piece of legislation that would mandate a citizenship question on any future U.S. census beginning in 2030.

At one point, Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL) claimed the Founding Fathers “never anticipated” there would be “huge numbers” who weren’t allowed to vote being counted in the census.

That led Raskin to note, “Of course they did. The vast majority of Americans couldn’t vote when the country started.”

Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA) interjected, “He said the founders never anticipated this volume of illegals. Don’t twist my colleague’s words.”

Raskin then dealt his GOP colleagues a devastating history lesson.

“There was no immigration law when the Constitution was adopted at all. In fact, the only illegals in the country, at least according to the native population, were the people writing the Constitution.”

The Constitution, it should be noted, was also signed by several Founding Fathers who weren’t even born in the United States. Wouldn’t that technically make them “illegals,” too?

Social media users also joined the debate.

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Stephen Miller Whines About A ‘Fabricated’ Quote – And Then Shares A Video Of Trump Saying It

You remember Stephen Miller, don’t you? He’s the sort of person who’s difficult to forget.

Miller oozes malevolence and smarminess, and was one of the principal architects of the Trump administration’s immigration policies, which included separating migrant children from their parents and placing them in 21st-century concentration camps. Some of those families have yet to be reunited thanks to the barbaric orders given by Miller’s former boss.

And now Miller is back in the headlines for a posting he made on social media regarding a quote attributed to failed former president Donald Trump, who predicted a “bloodbath” if he doesn’t win in November.

Here’s what Miller shared on Twitter:

“The Biden campaign invented a completely fabricated quote for the purpose of defending the illegal alien charged with murdering Laken Riley (of whom Trump was speaking). Doesn’t get more depraved.”

Of course, if you watch the attached video, Trump does indeed call immigrants “animals”

The disgraced ex-president made similar comments last month while campaigning in Ohio, ABC News reported at the time.

“At the Saturday rally, Trump also claimed some unauthorized immigrants are ‘not human’ while making unfounded claims that other countries were letting criminals out of prisons to cross into the United States.”

So while Miller may try to deny what came out of Trump’s mouth, multiple reports prove he’s lying almost as much as the man he used to call his boss.

The former Trump adviser was raked over the coals on social media.

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AOC Smacks Down Elon Musk For Claiming Democrats Want To ‘Import Voters’

Twitter CEO Elon Musk got schooled by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Thursday after he suggested that the influx of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border is an attempt by Democrats to “import voters.”

Musk shared a link to an online article from the right-wing Daily Caller which claimed the Biden administration is considering granting amnesty and “handing out green cards” to the undocumented. No such plan exists.

Echoing the “great replacement theory,” a fearmongering tactic employed by conservatives for years to rile up their voters, Musk posted this on Twitter:

Ocasio-Cortez swatted down Musk’s lie by reminding him that he’s also an immigrant from South Africa.

“You’re literally an immigrant. And for everyone saying ‘yeah, but legal!!’ May I once again remind you that seeking asylum is legal, too. Have a good day!”

Musk’s fact-free posting also drew plenty of comments from others on his social media site, which continues to lose millions of dollars each month.

Here’s a thought: Let’s deport Elon back to South Africa or ship him to Russia where he’d feel more at home politically.

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Donald Trump’s Latest Angry Rant About Immigrant Children Gets Turned On His Own Kids 

Over the weekend, failed one-term former president Donald Trump attacked immigrants and their children as part of a campaign rally he held in Dayton, Ohio.

“I don’t know if you call them people. In some cases, they’re not people in my opinion. But I’m not allowed to say that because the radical left says that’s a terrible thing to say,” Trump ranted.

Trump has also claimed, “They let — I think the real number is 15, 16 million people into our country. When they do that, we got a lot of work to do. They’re poisoning the blood of our country.”

But as “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough noted Monday morning, the irony of Trump’s remarks cannot be overstated, as four of his five children — Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka, Eric, and Barron — were given birth by immigrants.

That led Rev. Al Sharpton to remark, “You may disagree with the policy, but to make people less than human is exactly the kinds of things that Blacks went through in America; being called three-fifths of a man. We’re now dealing with different policies based on those that are on the right that want to do it for different strokes for different folks.”

“I’d remind Donald Trump, his own in-laws were immigrants that had to be brought into citizenship,” he continued. ” So what makes their blood different than somebody’s blood from South America that may be seeking a better life, and we need to have a policy that would not have them come in a way that would be contrary to our view.”

“But clearly, we can’t act like their blood is poisonous.”

“Reverend, if I’m not mistaken, one, two, three, four of his five children are children of immigrants,” Scarborough interjected. “Four of his five children are children of immigrants. I don’t get it. So did they poison the blood of America when they came here? Are his children poisoning the blood?”

“How would he feel if politicians were saying his children and his wives poisoned the blood of America?”

Sharpton concurred.

“By his definition, he participated in that, by his own definition. I mean, this is absolutely offensive beyond politics.”

Of course, as with everything Trump says and does, he thinks his rhetoric doesn’t apply to him. He’s one of the biggest hypocrites on the planet, and he belongs in prison.