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Architects of atrocity

Sorry, Chuckles: squirm however you may like, but you own this one. Lock, stock, and barrel.

President Donald Trump wasted no time pointing his finger at Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer after an alleged terrorist killed eight people in New York City this week.

Yet the president’s broadside against a top lawmaker whose home city just suffered a tragedy stunned absolutely no one on Capitol Hill. It was the latest — some argue saddest — display of political discourse that once would have been unthinkable but has become the new normal in the Trump era.

“It’s probably not the time to be attacking the native son of the city where the attack occurred,” said Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.).

Um. Trump is from NYC too, asshole.

Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to blast Schumer for authoring legislation in 1990 creating a green card lottery that the administration said the suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, used to enter the United States seven years ago.

Emphasis entirely mine, and absolutely vital. I repeat: Schemer, his liberal comrades, the liberal judges who attempted to halt Trump’s perfectly sensible travel restrictions on individuals from terror-sponsoring Moslem nations—they ALL own this attack, every last halfwit among ’em. If it weren’t for him, Schemer especially, this guy would most likely not have been here in the first place. This part, though, is just priceless:

“New Yorkers, and all of us, compare President Bush right after 9/11, and President Trump right after this horrible terrorist attack,” Schumer said. “President Bush united us. He had us in the White House the next day, saying how we need to work together. All President Trump does is take advantage — horrible advantage — of a tragedy, and try to politicize and divide.”

Wait, what? You mean Bushitler, Chuckles? You’re nostalgic now for the most evil, un-American, destructive, hate- and warmongering president in American history, reviled by you and your toxic colleagues endlessly the entire time he was in office?

“This is a tragedy. It’s less than a day after it occurred, and he can’t refrain for a day from his nasty, divisive habits,” Schumer added. “He’s called me names before. I stick by my values. It doesn’t divert me.”

Schumer also snuck in his own counter-punch, pointing out that Trump’s budget proposal had cut back on anti-terrorism funding, and he called on Trump to seek more money for those programs.

Thereby politicizing this event in a most divisive way himself. Naturally. You can’t really politicize terrorism anyway, not anymore than it already is, because terrorism is fundamentally a political act. Terrorism, after all, is war, and war is the continuation of politics by other means, as Clausewitz famously said. But hearing the squeals about the horror of Trump “politicizing” this atrocity from the very people who have never yet passed up a chance to climb up on the coffins of the victims of any mass murder to mewl for gun control and confiscation is especially rich.

Guess we need us some reasonable, common-sense rental-truck control now, eh, douchebags?

Here’s the most telling bit of all, revealing as it does just why Chuckles is suddenly so squirmy and wormy about it all:

Yet Schumer found himself having to answer questions on the so-called diversity visa lottery program the terror suspect reportedly used to emigrate from his native Uzbekistan. Schumer was the author of that program, which was included in broader immigration package signed into law by President George H.W. Bush in 1990. Schumer and other senators proposed scrapping the lottery as part of a comprehensive immigration reform package in 2013, but the House never took up that bill.

And there you have it. Own it, Chuckles. You and the rest of you hard-Left morons who insist on piling failed policy on top of failed policy—policy the rest of us have to pay for in blood, while you cower behind your walled homes and your armed security guards. You OWN it.

These continuing, ever-more-frequent attacks are not some natural, unpreventable events; they aren’t “disasters” or “tragedies” like hurricanes or tornados, things out of our control that we are powerless to prevent or defend ourselves against. We KNOW who’s doing them; we know WHY they’re doing them, and we know they intend to go right ON doing them, every single chance we give them. We have NO obligation whatsoever to provide them the opportunity.

We also know how to stop them. They have no right or legitimate reason to be allowed into our country at all; we have every right to keep them out if we wish, and it’s perfectly moral, ethical, and legally permissible to do just that. There is no need to import hordes of low-IQ, unskilled, unemployable, unassimilable primitives who hate and despise us, and long only to see us dead, dead, dead. There is no demand for them. They contribute nothing at all to our society or our culture.

Only the Left wants them here, and their reasons are either muttonheaded or malignant.

Thus Trump succeeded in one sense: Flipping the debate after the New York attack to immigration, not whether the U.S. intelligence community and law-enforcement agencies had somehow missed Saipov as a potential terrorist.

“We don’t know the details of this person. The green card program has a long serious program that takes a year,” Schumer said. “I have always believed in immigration as good for America. So do most Americans. I stand by that today.”

While trying as hard as you can to wiggle out from under it, like the slimy little liberal shitweasel you are, and always have been. You OWN this guy, you miserable worm.

Wonder if he’ll actually have the gall, the sheer brass balls, to attend any of the funerals for the people his idiocy got killed yesterday?

But the real question, I guess, is this: will any of the bereaved families and friends of those people finally wise up and vote him the fuck out of office, as should have been done decades ago?

Update! GREAT line from Steyn:

“I don’t know where they are having dinner tonight, but let’s say Cuomo and De Blasio, whatever restaurant you are in- if you walked in and yelled “Allahu akbar,” they would dive under the table like everybody else,” Steyn insisted.

And it gets even better from there:

I thought Governor Cuomo’s remarks about New Yorkers’ “resilience” – for going to work and going to school today – in particularly poor taste when five Argentines are going home in coffins. The dead had been enjoying a 30th anniversary school reunion, so the slaughter has not only blown a hole in their friends’ future but also in their past, in all the school reunions to come with the classmates who aren’t there.

Nevertheless, Cuomo is just applying the same repulsive strategy seen in Paris and London and Manchester, dignifying as “resilience” what is really an enfeebled passivity no better than the Eloi in H G Wells’ The Time Machine, who even as their neighbors are stolen by the Morlocks in the night forget them instantly and gather in the dawn to dance and arrange flowers as if nothing has happened. Free peoples need to recover some righteous anger, or they will lose their futures – and deserve to.

As Glenn has repeatedly said, our Moslem antagonists hate us deeply, sure enough. But worse, much worse, they despise us. And that’s because we’re, well, despicable. Having them hate us wouldn’t matter nearly so much if they also feared us along with it. Alas, they do not, and have no reason to. Until they do, we can expect a lot more of the same—and as Steyn says, we deserve it.

Updated update! They just can’t help themselves.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said “the last thing we should do is start casting aspersions on whole races of people or whole religions or whole nations. That only makes the situation worse.”

De Blasio also warned against stereotyping all Muslims as extremists.

“Anyone who wants to come into this country should be very thoroughly vetted as an individual,” he said. “But the minute you start generalizing it, especially to a whole religion, then unfortunately we’re sending the exact negative message that a lot of our enemies want and the terrorist wants to affirm — that this nation is somehow anti-Muslim. We’ve got to do the exact opposite. We’ve got to show we respect all people in America. That’s about as American of a value as there is.”

Yeah, right. Because after all, see, it’s really OUR fault, for not being nice enough to them, not showing them enough Love.

But while you’re lecturing the rest of us on how terrorism is all our fault and the importance of “respecting all people,” Bill, do tell us: how do you plan to get your precious Moslem imports to respect women, pray tell? Or gays? Or infidels? Or atheists? Or the laws, customs, and culture of the nation you’re treasonously helping them to invade? Do you plan on insisting on any of that at all? Do you have any realistic expectation of success with it? Can you point out to me just one instance where such a program has actually, y’know, worked? Ever? Anywhere?

Once you get all that figured out, genius, you can get back to me on the rest of it. Until then, spare me the insipid, puerile platitudes, you fucking suppurating carbuncle.

Update to the updated update! Did somebody mention reasonable, common-sense rental-truck control?

KRISTOF: This is incredibly complicated and there is no silver bullet. If anything, it’s like silver buckshot. We can do more with intelligence. We can do more with trying to limit the access people have to weapons, including trucks. The New York City Police Department has an outstanding counterterrorism operation. And indeed, they’ve tried very hard to prevent truck-rental organizations from renting to people who might blow things up. But you can’t get perfect compliance.

No, I should think not. Not least because the moment somebody starts refusing to rent trucks to Moslems or even screening them at all, you’ll be at the very front of the liberal protest mob shrieking about “discrimination” and “bigotry” and “racial profiling” and “Islamophobia.” You’ll drive them out of business, and every other rental agency will know better afterward to even think about doing any such thing. And that, as they say, will be that.

Know what else the NYPD “tried very hard” to do?

The NYPD targeted a Paterson mosque in its surveillance of Muslims in New York and New Jersey — recording license plates and photographing worshipers — according to new, detailed reports that shed more light on the massive spying operation across state lines.

The New York Police Department’s actions have drawn sharp rebuke from some local and state officials, who said the targeting of citizens based on religion and ethnicity may have violated their civil rights. On Thursday, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., was the latest public official to call for an investigation into the NYPD’s actions and into whether proper protocol was followed and constitutional rights were respected. 

The liberals screamed bloody murder, of course, and the surveillance was ended back in 2012. But guess what mosque the NYC terrorist attended. Go on, guess.

You fucking OWN this, libtards.

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1 thought on “Architects of atrocity

  1. It was both hilarious and enraging to hear Schumer say this:

    I stick by my values.

    The only value he honors is the value of publicity. The most dangerous place on Earth isn’t, as we were once told, between a mother and her children; it’s between the Dishonorable Charles Schumer and a TV camera or microphone.

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