WaPo reporter Jenna Johnson wonders why Gov. Walker why he wants to deport the Flores family, and their best known member, Dora.
Republicans are evil people who want nothing more than to separate hard-working brown parents from their cute-as-a-button children, at least according to Washington Post “reporter” Jenna Johnson. Today’s WaPo whipping boy is Scott Walker, smeared with innuendo in Ms. Johnson’s Post Politics blog post.
Ms. Johnson shares with her readers Mr. Walker “tells undocumented worker [illegal immigrant – ‘Puter] that immigrants must follow the law.” Oh, the horror! The horror! A candidate for the highest executive office in the land thinks everyone should follow the law! Why, Mr. Walker’s practically a fascist! Ms. Johnson can almost see the torch-lit rallies and jackbooted brown shirts marching.
Here’s the real story, much of which Ms. Johnson downplays in her post. Walker had a campaign stop in Plainfield, Iowa where he lived as a child. Radical leftist open borders group Voces de la Frontera** brought Mexican illegal immigrant Luis Flores and two of his four children from Waukesha, Wisconsin to ambush Walker. And ambush Walker they did, trailing him from campaign stop to campaign stop. Rather than report facts (politically motivated illegal immigrant activists hound Walker in search of a negative sound bite), Ms. Johnson sets out to advance the Left’s “naturalize all the fings” narrative.
Ms. Johnson opens her post by describing Mr. Flores as “an undocumented worker from Mexico [border jumping illegal alien – ‘Puter] who is living in Wisconsin” who “demanded to know why Walker does not support President Obama’s plan to give temporary status to some undocumented workers, including parents of children who were born in the United States.” Walker gave the illegal immigrant (who by all rights should’ve been arrested on the spot) the proper answer: “We’re a nation of laws.”***
Ms. Johnson helpfully slants the story here, “reporting” Mr. Flores’ daughter “had tears rolling down her cheeks throughout the exchange.”**** Ms. Johnson wants her readers to think mean old Republicans who insist on enforcing the nation’s laws as written are cruelly abusive to innocent children. Again, support the narrative at all costs. In reality, illegal immigrants who either haul their kids across the desert to enter illegally or have kids once illegally present here are the child abusers. Illegal immigrants willingly chose to put their kids in this emotionally damaging situation, not Republicans. For suggesting otherwise, may ‘Puter politely suggest Ms. Johnson can suck ‘Puter’s el cerdo de amor.*****
Ms. Johnson also helps the narrative along by informing us Walker’s idyllic Midwestern upbringing is white privilege, or at least that’s what ‘Puter takes from the following passage:
Walker’s parents and third-grade teacher were in attendance, too. Walker spoke fondly of buying circus peanut candy at the corner store, swimming in a neighbor’s pool and collecting money for a state flag for the city hall. He posed for photos with corn and cows and gushed about Midwestern values.
It was a childhood quite different from that of Leslie and Luis Flores, who said they worry about their parents being deported. Leslie Flores, who is in middle school, said her mother was unable to travel to Mexico to see her father before he recently died. The teenager said that she has seen “so many families” torn apart by deportation.
‘Puter’s terribly sorry Mrs. Flores (presumably an illegal immigrant as well) couldn’t go visit her father in Mexico before his death.****** May ‘Puter suggest that had Mrs. Flores not illegally entered the United States and either stayed in Mexico or sought legal entry to the United States, visiting her dying father wouldn’t have been an issue?
Puter’s even more sorrier-er for Mr. Flores’ two children,******* Leslie and Luis. They are child pawns in a grown-up game of screw the Republican candidate. According to Ms. Johnson, the kids are American citizens, born here to illegally present parents. Mr. and Mrs. Flores have no compunction about using Leslie and Luis to argue against all logic that the act of procreation in America entitles criminally present individuals to permanent residence. Nor do the Flores have any problem being used to hammer Republican candidates for Democrat advantage. ‘Puter’s sure Leslie and Luis are great kids. It’s too bad for them (and their psyches) they got stuck with criminal, emotionally abusive narcissists for parents.
Here’s Mr. Flores, as “reported” by narratavist Ms. Johnson:
“When are you guys going to fix the immigration system?” Flores said. “When are you guys going to take the time to fix immigration reform? So we’ve got to be deported?”
And his son Luis (the non-female, non-weepy one), as filtered by fabulist and “reporter” Ms. Johnson:
Then Luis Flores jumped in: “Do you want me, like, to come home … come from school and my dad get deported?”
Let ‘Puter be clear. Yes, Mr. Flores, you should be deported. And yes, Luis, you should come home from school one day and find your father deported. Your father and mother should be deported because they have broken our nation’s immigration laws. To allow them stay makes our immigration laws laughable. Why should people legally migrate if they know they can illegally enter, stick around a while, spit out some anchor babies and get citizenship? You, Luis, and your sister Leslie, can choose to stay in the United States with legally present relatives. Or you can go to Mexico with your parents and return when you’re eighteen. That’s what legal status as a citizen gets you: options.
Like Walker, ‘Puter sympathizes with the plight of illegal immigrants. And like Walker, ‘Puter thinks we need to enforce the immigration laws on the books. But ultimately, illegal immigrants and their children have no one to blame for their plight but themselves. Illegal immigrants made the choice to enter our country illegally. Now illegals don’t want to suffer the consequences of their choices.
Too damned bad, no matter what the narrative-pushing Washington Post and its stable full of brainwashed J-school asshat “reporters” would have us believe.
It is arrogant to illegally enter this country. It’s more arrogant to subject your children to years of psychological abuse and blame others for your criminal acts. It’s most arrogant of all to insist the United States must change its laws to accommodate your criminal activities.
And Mr. Flores and fellow travelers Ms. Johnson and Voces de la Frontera are the most arrogant bastards of all.
* Ms. Johnson identifies the children as “Luis, 7, and Leslie, 13, who had tears rolling down her cheeks throughout the exchange.” Y WONT U RETHUGLIKKKANZ THINK UV TEH CHILLDRUNZ??!!?! Y U WARSHIP TEH BUSHITLERBURTONZ SITUZIN YOONITID KKKORPRIT PEEPULZ???!?!!?! There’s an “undocumented worker” who illegally snuck into the country and holds a job poor folks in Waukesha can’t have, but think of his children! This is akin to arguing for clemency after murdering your parents because you’re an orphan. But hey, man, it’s the narrative or something.
** Just how far left is Voces de la Frontera? This far left. It has campaigns for: immigration reform (Day Without Latinos marches); driver’s licenses for illegals; free education for illegal minors; opposition to E-Verify; new sanctuary movement (using leftist churches to shield illegals from the consequences of their crime); workers’ rights for illegals (illegals don’t have to follow the law but their employers do?); civil rights for illegals (‘Puter’s guessing after Fourth Amendment issues, voting rights is at the top of the list); and the anti-war movement (“[Voces de la Frontera] joined with a coalition of local organizations in opposing an escalating Iraq War and the War on Immigrants that was waged alongside”)
*** Walker also offers up, correctly, that noted Democrat President Obama “The president had years to deal with this throughout the legitimate legislative process.” Further, Obama “had his own party in charge [of both houses of Congress] for the first two years … he was in office.” Suck it up, Buttercup Flores. Even Democrats can’t get America to accept illegal immigrants should be rewarded for their crimes with citizenship.
**** Open borders activists and illegal immigrants are only too happy to exploit children to further their cause, even to the point of emotional damage. Add child abuse to illegal entry on their list of crimes.
***** ‘Puter thinks that’s Spanish for “love hog.” Even if it’s not, you get ‘Puter’s drift.
****** Actually, Mrs. Flores could’ve gone to visit her father in Mexico before her death. Whether she’d be able to reenter the United States illegally is another question. Mrs. Flores chose to continue her illegal occupation of America rather than visit her father on her deathbed. Truly, Mrs. Flores is a candidate for daughter of the year.
******* Leslie is truly an American. ‘Puter can tell because she’s adopted the American teenager/Millennial Precious Q. Snowflake persona, where all must bend before her wishes. “Laws be damned!”, says Miss Flores. “My criminal parents should be granted legal residence, that which they set out to steal, because ALL TEH FEELZ!”