The Gospel Message of Fake America.

This exchange the other between White House Press Secretary Stephen Miller and CNN-hack Jim Acosta demonstrates everything that’s wrong with American politics today. Rather than be an advocate for the American people, #FakeNews is a shill for what Chateau Heartiste calls the globohomo elites interested in turning America into the world’s sex slave that anybody can come inside when they want.

The argument Acosta makes is so profoundly stupid that I’m rather impressed with Miller’s restraint. Had I been in his place, I would have chewed the bastard out for wasting my time with such BS, dressed him down for interrupting me, then had him physically removed from the room.

Bear in mind these are the same people who spit on the Bill of Rights and have supported the destruction of the U.S. Constitution and its restraints on the federal government. And now they’re actively promoting soft-genocide against the ethnic group responsible for documents in the first place.

Somehow, the First Amendment doesn’t protect “hate speech” and the Second Amendment only applies to militia, and all other rights are subject to the interpretation of the modern-day ephors that sit on the Supreme Court. Our Constitution is a “living, breathing” document that changes with the times.

However, a poem (or the only section of it anybody actually knows) written by a Fake American on a statue given to us by a foreigner somehow constitutes sacred American law that cannot be questioned and must be interpreted literally – and if you don’t agree, you’re Literally Hitler.

What other poems are suddenly constitutionally-binding? Mark Twain’s War Prayer? Is Edgar Allen Poe now a lawmaker, too? What Robert Frost poem can we use in a courtroom?

The Statue Of Liberty Poem is the Gospel Message of Fake America.

Courtesy of Vox Day’s Daily Meme War:

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One Response to The Gospel Message of Fake America.

  1. Gunner Q says:

    They speak to attack, not to communicate.

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