That Bloody Line, by T.L. Davis

The flood of immigrants is causing many of those who must confront it to question the government and their adherence to the law. From T.L. Davis at

We have an invasion. It was still possible to define the flood of illegals coming across the border as something else, even though that’s exactly what is was. There was, at least, some room for assessing some of the reports as hyperbole and exaggeration, restraining the better judgment of the America people, but no longer.

What justification do any of those in public office have for inaction? Laws? Laws? Are they serious? Every immigration law, including Constitutional duties and powers are being ignored, evaporated to for no other purpose than to accommodate this invasion. It must be willful, intentional. Do they think we accept that feeble excuse for their cowardice in the face of an invading force? They’re afraid of a few hundred thousand illegal immigrants who don’t give one ounce of damn for their laws? Are they afraid of the federal government? To hear them whine about legality is infuriating. They’re complicit. There’s no other word for it. Every Governor, Attorney General, commander of state police, Sheriff and city cop are enabling this criminal enterprise. Even if they’re personally blackmailed by the cartels, is that not more reason to deal with this situation ruthlessly?

All of their protestations of legality and impotency before the federal power are nonsense. They believed they could avoid the accusations of racism by allowing this nonstop flow of illegals. They thought they could blame someone else for the bad optics. They claim to have so much fear that they are rendered impotent by it and meekly, as some form of internal joke, ship these criminals to sanctuary cities, to the Harris home and etc., fine, funny for a moment. Let them swim in the sin of their own hypocrisy, but that levity quickly dies when the tragedies done to rightful and legal citizens of this nation are exposed in brutal detail over and over again, on our streets, in our schools, our homes.

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One response to “That Bloody Line, by T.L. Davis

  1. Burn It All Down Summer

    It will be crossed before mid summer.
    So hot!


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