He said his kids were at the ages of 4, 5, 6.
Yeah, this clip actually goes towards my point. He says in this clip that he does not talk politics with his children, which makes perfect sense given their ages. In other words, they picked up this notion that Donald Trump wants to throw them out of the country from somewhere else. Moving on to that somewhere:
Who is "you" in Trump's speech? legal American Muslims? or illegal immigrants? You are right about "students are being told" part. They are being brain washed at college campuses by liberals.
What kind of teacher gives extra credit for protesting political candidate?
You need to actually read what people have to say before you respond with some rejoinder. I wrote:"All over the country, there have been reports of children bullying their classmates with overtly racist rhetoric, citing Trump's win in the election. And one common thread in these reports is that many of the students are being told that now that Donald Trump won, "you're going to have to leave.""
In other words, I'm not talking about the liberal college students conservatives are always whining about. I'm not even talking about anything Trump's said in particular. I'm talking about the kinds of things that children
are saying to each other all over the country as a result of Trump's candidacy and in the wake of his victory. The point is that if you're not working backwards from an ignorant and irrational animus towards Muslims then it's pretty easy to see how a Muslim child could come to the conclusion that Trump's election means they will have to leave without some vomit inducing brainwashing from their father. Often times, their classmates, and in a few cases their teachers have told them as much.
Here's a good example:http://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2016/11/15/florida-teacher-tells-black-student-that-trump-will-send-her-back-to-africa
Of all the xenophobic, racist and otherwise terrible things Trump's said over the course of this campaign, to the best of my knowledge, he's never said anything like this. And yet, there are black children all over the country that could very easily come away with the idea that they're not welcome in Trump's America.
That was part of his immigration plan, not legal Americans coming back to the US. Come on man! Are you serious?
Please point out where Trump specified in this statement that this policy does not apply to "legal Americans." And again, if you would have cared to read my post before you responded, you would have seen that I already pointed out that "He's since clarified that he would not bar citizens from re-entry and the proposed ban has gone through multiple iterations."
But there was a reason he had to clarify it in the first place. It's completely unclear. Trump is never precise with his language.
Here's what I wanted to talk about. Twisting and turning of the actual statement. No one can deport legal citizen, no one. Not even president.
It doesn't matter whether or not a president can deport a citizen. You're changing the parameters of this discussion, which is how a child
could come to the conclusion that their family will be deported without being brainwashed by their parents. And in any case, it's something he's proposed.
I mean Trump can't strip a US citizen of their citizenship either, but I think we ought to be alarmed that he thinks it's an appropriate punishment for flag burning, which is Constitutionally protected under the first amendment.
Timo, like I mentioned earlier, if I were a illegal immigrant and were facing deportation, and I had little children who need my care, I would take them with me.
That's nice, but who cares? Trump wasn't talking about that choice or whatever.
If you go back to his language going into the Iowa caucuses, he was talking about deportation for those children on the theory that "anchor babies" aren't actual citizens.
What is so bad about going back to where I come from?
Is America heaven and Mexico is hell?
It's not just Mexico. But I mean shoot, look at what people go through to get to this country and think about whether or not you'd be willing to go through that for some marginally better life. I mean think about all those kids that came up from Central America. They're not just coming all that way for some vague idea of a better life.