Libs Can't Decide Whether Martha's Vineyard Is Good or Not
They know sending illegal aliens there is a problem, but they can't tell us why
It’s been a while since a Republican has done something as smart and effective and knowledgeably precise as sending a handful of illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard. Suddenly, the problem is right on the doorstep of the wealthiest and whitest among us. They wanted open borders, and now they’re seeing the results firsthand.
No wonder the libs have been caught flatfooted! They just don’t know what to do, and it’s very satisfying to watch.
On one hand, Ron DeSantis is Hitler and he wants brown people to die:
Or maybe he’s FDR?
In any case, it’s definitely a bad thing:
Wow, this “vineyard” place sounds like hell on earth!
And it’s not just a few Twitter randos freaking out about 50 illegal aliens spending the night at a luxury resort. The White House is equally outraged:
Democrats don’t care about those people. They only care about being embarrassed. The Republicans’ true sin is exposing liberal hypocrisy.
I also enjoyed this local resident’s unintentional admission:
“We’re in a housing crisis as we are on this island.” LOL! They really can’t hear themselves, can they? Illegal immigration was fine when it was 10,000 people roasting alive under a bridge in Texas, but insert a few dozen brown folks into a liberal enclave, and all the whiteys run around like headless chickens.
Still, it’s nice that some residents are stepping up to the challenge:
Gotta hand it to the libs, they’ll give you the shirt off their back. And what a shirt it is:
If you don’t understand why that’s funny, you’re in the wrong place.
And then, as soon as it began, it was over:
Whoa. Shipping the undesirables off to a military base? Don’t these racist white Americans know about poem at the base of the Statue of Liberty?
I wonder if Jim Acosta still thinks it’s a good idea to just open up the borders and let everybody in.
And now we know how to get libs to pretend to care about illegal immigration. Which other wealthy white enclave will get the next planeload of people they don’t want around? Stay tuned!
I don’t know anything about chess, but something stinks about this next story:
Apparently this guy had a helper standing by with the controller for the, um, device, and they worked out some sort of code to tell him which moves to make. Morse code, meet dorsal code.
“That was an amazing win, champ. What was your strategy?”
“Well, I kinda pulled it out of my ass…”
I’m neither upset nor confused by this news, but I am disappointed. It would’ve been nice to see Bakula in the role again, and to find out whatever happened to Sam Beckett. But if Bakula doesn’t want to do it, he doesn’t want to do it. He seems like a class act about it, at least.
Maybe he read the script of this Quantum Leap reboot and just said, “Wow, no.” I was mildly dreading it already, and this sure doesn’t help. But I’m willing to give it a try. Maybe it won’t suck. Maybe the writers won’t do a 9/11 episode. Maybe everything will be okay.
How about that? Good for her!
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