Better Late Than Never for Liberals to Admit the Truth

In its most recent editorial, The Washington Post criticizes the Republicans for not having “advanced a solution for the border.” Nothing new.

What is startling is that it hurls a devastating indictment of the Democrats “indifference” to the immigration crisis at the Mexican border.

In a powerful charge against the Democrats, the Post writes that Democrats, “are now at risk of being plausibly portrayed as a party indifferent to porous borders — a stance that is substantively wrong…”

The word “plausibly” means believable, with justification, with good reasons.

The key words are “plausibly portrayed” and “substantively wrong.”

It is better late than never for liberals to admit the truth.


With these statements this liberal newspaper accepts what we conservatives have been saying for quite some time:

The Democrats don’t give a hoot about the border—or in my opinion, Hispanics; they only care about how this mess will benefit them and how many votes will represent for them in the future.

“My message to the Democrats: Don’t think Hispanics are not aware your lack of action is for your benefit— not ours…”

This is selfish partisanship, not patriotism, as the Post implies. Their motto seems to be “the worse things get, the better for us in Nov 2020.”

Dems are willing to remain on the sidelines and let the house burn if it will damage the president and help them in 2020. They have not lifted one finger to help the president deal with a problem that affects the nation, something even the Post recognizes.

As a matter of fact, no one in the Democratic leadership has stepped up to the plate and said, “here is how we can solve the problem, let me help you, Mr. President, because we are all Americans and the nation, not party, comes first.”

The Post ominously warns that this indifference on the part of Democrats “could invite electoral disaster in 2020.”

My message to the Democrats: Don’t think Hispanics are not aware your lack of action is for your benefit— not ours.

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