President Trump, United States, Fidel Castro discussed on Mark Levin



Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States, and they use every opportunity to support Democrats and trash Republicans and here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish or Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem. Even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Are the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When these sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We're the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we're the ones who are tolerant. When you push back against the progressive centralized state when you went cyst that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country when you went SIS a magnificent culture, and that people who wanna come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. Fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro and his revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty.

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