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We will not protect you. Now pay the government.

By Patty On January 9th, 2019

Democrat response to POTUS Trump’s speech last night regarding the need for a border wall:   No, we will not protect ordinary American citizens; we only want to protect government employees.

Democrat Party 2019:  old, rich and white…pretending to care about brown people so they can hold on to power.  Pathetic.

64 Responses to “We will not protect you. Now pay the government.”

  1. No.

  2. Creep show.

  3. They both look like Jews?

    Are they also against the wall built to protect Israel?

  4. Nancy Pelosi is exceptionally rich, from San Francisco. She’s a “Catholic” who supports all forms of abortion including partial birth abortion.

    Chuck Shumer is from New York and I believe he has an Israeli passport in addition to his American one. Of course he supported the wall in Israel, as he supported once a wall on our southern border.

    This is about power. Their power. They want power and they will stop at nothing to have this power.

  5. “She’s a “Catholic” who supports all forms of abortion including partial birth abortion.”

    You are a “Christian” who ignores Christ’s message on just about everything else.

  6. https://namethejew.com/nancy-pelosi-is-jewish/

  7. Firstly, there would be no problem if Nancy Pelosi was Jewish. The rampant bigotry shown by you and your bum chum Allan is disgusting.

    Secondly, she is not Jewish.

  8. Harri: she says she’s Catholic

    Seamus: what do you know about anything, really.

  9. “what do you know about anything, really.”

    Lots.

  10. What difference would it make if she were Jewish. or Catholic (except for stance on birth control is disgusting)

    The only reason it’s interesting in Shumer’s case is that he does support Israel’s wall and in the not-so-distant past, he supported a wall on the Southern border.

    They both are power mongers. That is all that this is about. Power. Power. Their power.

  11. Seamus: Lots

    lol

  12. Seamus, on January 9th, 2019 at 3:28 PM Said:
    Firstly, there would be no problem if Nancy Pelosi was Jewish. The rampant bigotry shown by you and your bum chum Allan is disgusting.

    Seamus.

    My Great Grandparents were Jews, my Grandparents were Jews, my Mother was a Jew.

    Stop oppressing me.

    Oy vey

  13. Seamus, on January 9th, 2019 at 3:31 PM Said:
    “what do you know about anything, really.”

    Lots.

    Google is a wonderful tool.

  14. Why is Pelosi, as a Catholic, supporting abortion disgusting? I find abortion disgusting but I don’t really care about the religious beliefs of those doing it.

    Why is a Catholic supporting abortion disgusting, but a Catholic or any other Christian for that manner, willfully ignoring Christ’s message on a whole host of issue not also disgusting?

  15. They both are power mongers. That is all that this is about. Power. Power. Their power.

    Jews.

  16. “My Great Grandparents were Jews, my Grandparents were Jews, my Mother was a Jew.”

    I honestly don’t give a fuck. Your statements about Jews, and your support of ATW’s resident anti-Semite on steroids, is despicable.

    “Google is a wonderful tool.”

    It actually, despite its limitations, is quite useful in deed.

  17. Why is a Catholic supporting abortion disgusting, but a Catholic or any other Christian for that manner, willfully ignoring Christ’s message on a whole host of issue not also disgusting?

    This is the 21st century.

    Not the Dark ages.

  18. Schumer is younger than your president is

  19. “This is the 21st century.”

    I don’t disagree.

    But if it is acceptable to introduce faith into discussions on abortion, gay marriage etc… then it must also be acceptable to introduce faith into discussions on everything else.

    And it isn’t acceptable to introduce faith into discussions on healthcare, immigration, poverty relief etc… then it isn’t acceptable to introduce it into debates on abortion and gay marriage.

  20. Harri, Jews? you see the world like this? you’re scapegoating Jews?

    unfortunately, Catholics want power in the same way. As do atheists. As do secularists, and Protestants, Muslims and Witches.

    It’s called the Human Condition. Blame the Devil if you like but you can’t scapegoat Jews with any intellectual honesty.

    Call it as it is.

  21. Seamus.

    Its religion.

    I’m an Apatheist.

    So, I don’t give a fuck.

  22. “Schumer is younger than your president is”

    Schumer is a creepy old white guy clinging to power.

    Trump is my President.

  23. “So, I don’t give a fuck.”

    Good for you.

    Patty clearly does. When religion agrees with her. She wants to force religious beliefs on people when the religion agrees with her on a topic. And doesn’t want to force religious beliefs on people when the religion disagrees with her on a topic.

    Patty – Christian when convenient.

  24. Harri, Jews? you see the world like this? you’re scapegoating Jews?

    When it comes to a wall protecting its citizens behind it.

    The hypocrisy of what appears to be most Jews, is to be quite frank…staggering.

  25. “Why is Pelosi, as a Catholic, supporting abortion disgusting? I find abortion disgusting but I don’t really care about the religious beliefs of those doing it.”

    Abortion = murder.

    Catholics and sanctity of life.

  26. “Trump is my President.”

    And Schumer is your Senate Minority Leader.

  27. “Patty – Christian when convenient.”

    What do you know?

  28. “Catholics and sanctity of life.”

    The opinions of the Catholic Church was are deep and detailed as pretty much any organisation on the planet. If you hit someone with the catechism you’d probably kill them.

    If you don’t support the teachings of the Catholic Church on immigration, poverty relief, climate change etc… then you can’t claim to support them on any other issue.

  29. “And Schumer is your Senate Minority Leader.”

    and CNN is fake news. lol

  30. “What do you know?”

    Lots.

  31. Catholics and sanctity of life.

    Like the mass murder during the Inquisition?

  32. What difference would it make if she were Jewish

    Ask Harri. He’s the one who brought Jewish ethnicity into the equation.

    But of course, he’s not racist in any way.

  33. “If you don’t support the teachings of the Catholic Church on immigration, poverty relief, climate change etc… then you can’t claim to support them on any other issue.”

    I’m not Catholic. but I don’t agree that one has to “support the teachings of the Catholic Church on everything to support them on other issues.” The Catholic Church has been known to change it’s collective mind and the current Pope’s position on immigration is political – not scripture.

  34. “CNN is fake news.”

    It is quite regularly. No more so than Fox News, or any of the extreme pro-GOP organisations.

    But it does have a tendency to run with conjecture and rumour rather than wait for real substantive facts.

    But considering how often people on ATW bitch and moan about more responsible publications waiting for confirmation before running a story I’m shocked that CNN annoys you.

    And whether or not something is ‘fake news’ is largely a statement of opinion. Chuck Schumer is the Senate Minority Leader, whether you like that or not. It’s a fact.

  35. “Chuck Schumer is the Senate Minority Leader, whether you like that or not. It’s a fact.”

    Good straw man! Like I said that he wasn’t? lol.

  36. “The Catholic Church has been known to change it’s collective mind and the current Pope’s position on immigration is political – not scripture.”

    Well firstly the Catholic Church does not base its opinions on scripture alone. Secondly Christ’s teachings in scripture hold many passages that are pro-immigrant.

    But why should it be acceptable for a Catholic to ignore Church teaching on immigration, poverty relief etc… but not acceptable for a Catholic to ignore Church teaching on abortion and gay marriage?

  37. You categorised him as ‘a creepy old white guy clinging to power’, while describing Trump as your President. The implication being that Trump cannot be ‘a creepy old white guy clinging to power’ because he is your President. Well Schumer is your Senate Minority Leader. So if Trump’s office preclude him from being ‘a creepy old white guy clinging to power’ then so does Schumer’s.

  38. Trumper is creepier and older and he is on the ropes, unsure of what to do

  39. Seamus: you might not be aware of this but there has been a Democrat movement called “not my President” against the Presidency of Donald J Trump. Part of “the Resistance.” It came with rallies, and Facebook and performance art etc. – a whole pop culture extravaganza designed to delegitimize the President of the United States.

    when I wrote that Donald J Trump was my President (which is obvious to all) I was making a pop culture, in your face reference back to those who have been saying otherwise for the past 2 years. I said it for fun.

    Turn off CNN. It is fake news. Seriously.

  40. I don’t watch CNN.

    And I accepted that it isn’t very good. It’s better than the out and out conservative publications available. But not much better.

  41. Most Americans don’t watch CNN, or Fox, and most don’t listen to Rush or any of that noise

    There is no one news or opinion source that dominates the airwaves – those days are long gone

    ( And again, there is a difference between the lightweight CNN US edition and the more substantial sister station CNN International )

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CNN_International

  42. I would imagine a Trump person who would object to an old rich white politician might first want to acknowledge that they support an old rich white person. I don’t think any of those factors are disqualifying personally. Pelosi is pretty wealthy, Schumer isn’t really. In any event their response wasn’t what you claim.

  43. According to OpenSecrets.org Schumer isn’t even a millionaire. Which I found surprising. I thought that was pretty much a prerequisite for being a Senator.

  44. Chuck Schumer net worth estimated at $900,000

    More than the net worth of most, but he clearly is not ” rich ” – he likely would have been much wealthier had he gone into private law practice after graduating Harvard law rather than going into government.

  45. Schumer rides the subway often, and for recreation rides a bike on long rides through all the neighborhoods.

    He’s pretty close to the ground. Not the remote, self serving politician that the fake news guys would paint him to be.

    I think that ( shame to say it ) New Yorker Donald Trump has been on the subway once in 25 years, and it was a publicity stunt that was written up in the NYT.

  46. Harri’s anti-semitism has been on display for some time despite his claimed ancestry.

    I commend Patty for calling him out on it.

  47. Mahons.

    Many thanks for sticking up for us Jews.

    Where would we be without you wailing antisemitism every five minutes.

  48. Harri – your comments are objectively anti-semitic. If you’d prefer people not call you out on it then refrain from making such statements

  49. Just close your eyes and picture the product of these two having successfully mated.

  50. Harri’s anti-semitism has been on display for some time despite his claimed ancestry.

    I commend Patty for calling him out on it.

    Indeed,

    They both are power mongers. That is all that this is about. Power. Power. Their power.

    Jews.

    Harri, why do you insist on telling us every five minutes that your maternal grandparents or whatever were Jewish?

    What relevance to discussion does it have? Do you believe it’s gives you any more acuity or insight here than anyone else when discussing Israel etc?

  51. Schumer and Pelosi looked ridiculous, squeezed in behind that little podium. Just from a visual standpoint, they were terrible. I don’t know why the party opposite does these rebuttals, as they seldom work.

  52. Paul – he thinks it gives him cover.

    Charles – agree about the visual (and you are right the effect is usually not productive for the opposition).

  53. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-46818218

  54. Washington Gothic.

  55. Bad negotiator in the process of bad negotiating.

  56. More like bad faith negotiating on the part of Pelosi.

  57. But why should it be acceptable for a Catholic to ignore Church teaching on immigration, poverty relief etc… but not acceptable for a Catholic to ignore Church teaching on abortion and gay marriage?

    Pelousy makes a great show of her being Catholic quite often……

    Last year for the very first time since they’ve been reporting on it the number one cause of death in the US was NOT the automobile….. it was Abortion.

  58. The current Pope is a wackjob and a disgrace.

  59. and I find it very hard to believe Schumer’s wealth is less than a million…. where is hiding the money?

  60. Cancer and heart disease are greater causes of death. In any event neither the Congresswoman or the Senator’s religion need play any role in an analysis of their position on Trump’so wall.

  61. What’s the current Pope a disgrace to Pat?

  62. So who control Congress?

    https://theintercept.com/2019/01/05/u-s-senates-first-bill-in-midst-of-shutdown-is-a-bipartisan-defense-of-the-israeli-government-from-boycotts/

    When each new Congress is gaveled into session, the chambers attach symbolic importance to the first piece of legislation to be considered. For that reason, it bears the lofty designation of H.R.1 in the House and S.1 in the Senate.

    In the newly controlled Democratic House, H.R.1 — meant to signal the new majority’s priorities — is an anti-corruption bill that combines election and campaign finance reform, strengthening of voting rights, and matching public funds for small-dollar candidates. In the 2017 Senate, the GOP-controlled S.1 was a bill, called the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” that, among other provisions, cut various forms of corporate taxes.

    But in the 2019 GOP-controlled Senate, the first bill to be considered — S.1 — is not designed to protect American workers, bolster U.S. companies, or address the various debates over border security and immigration. It’s not a bill to open the government. Instead, according to multiple sources involved in the legislative process, S.1 will be a compendium containing a handful of foreign policy-related measures, the main one of which is a provision — with Florida’s GOP Sen. Marco Rubio as a lead sponsor — to defend the Israeli government. The bill is a top legislative priority for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

    The first piece of legislation presented to the House is supported by the bought-and-paid-for goyim of both sides of the aisle, as well as those whose ‘loyalty’ belongs outside of the US……

    With the seven Democratic co-sponsors, the bill would have the 60 votes it needs to overcome a filibuster. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. — who supported Cardin’s far more draconian bill of last year and is one of the Senate’s most reliable AIPAC loyalists — also plans to support the Rubio bill, rather than whip votes against it, sources working on the bill said. Schumer’s spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.

    If the bill does pass the Senate, the major question will be whether the Democratic House — now led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a longtime Israel advocate but also as a supporter of the First Amendment — takes it up and passes it into law.

  63. They look like cadavers to me!

  64. Zombie Apocalypse is real.