Does ‘The Round Rev’ have locks on his front door?

Inquring minds want to know, since he let loose with this ass-hattery on the unwatchable MSNBC: 

Saturday, Rev. William Barber, pastor at Greenleaf Christian Church in Goldsboro, NC, claimed the current United States – Mexico border wall is a “criminal wall” that is “raping people’s opportunity.”[…]

First, where are all the femi-nazis screaming at him for so flippantly using the word ‘rape’ in connection with an inanimate object and an abstract concept? Women get raped.  Children get raped.  Men get raped.  They don’t get raped by walls.  And I can’t imagine HOW the concept of ‘opportunity’ can be sexually violated.  

But Rev. PimpDaddy wasn’t done:

[…] “I was at the border,” Barber recalled on MSNBC’s “AM Joy.”

Are we SURE it wasn’t Taco Bell?

“We walked into the Rio Grande. We watched families have to walk into the Rio Grande to touch family members they hadn’t seen for 16 years. I went to the wall. We saw children reaching through the walls. I didn’t see rapists and criminals. I saw a criminal wall and wall that is raping people’s opportunity.” […]

I had some activist show up at my church and try a stunt like this once.  Do these people not realize how easy it is to VISIT either side of the border? Spring-breaking college students and church youth groups do it ALL THE TIME. 

STAYING is another thing altogether.  Mexico is much stricter on foreigners trying to stay in Mexico than WE ARE on Mexicans trying to crash here permanently. (*And WE are the bigots.*)

I wonder if ‘The Round Rev,’ and the others out there hollering about the mean ol’ Trump wall LOCK their front doors at night while they sleep or while they’re gone during the day.  It’s the same concept.  You lock your doors because you want to protect your family and your assets and control who gets close to your family and assets. What goes on at the southern  border every day is akin to leaving your front door unlocked and wide open when you leave for work every morning. 

People are welcome to visit their friends and family in Mexico and the United States.  There IS a process here, as there is in Mexico, if you want to STAY.  Mexico expects aspiring citizens to follow their process.  We should expect the same.

18 comments for “Does ‘The Round Rev’ have locks on his front door?

  1. GUWonder
    October 29, 2017 at 7:45 pm

    It looks like Bully Barber is still mainlining that cash from George Soros. He is behaving as a Soros mouthpiece on Soros principal issues, not as a representative of black North Carolinians. Black folks are hit harder with the job competition from illegal aliens than much of the rest of the population, and they are the North Carolinians who suffer most from illegal immigration. Bully Barber is stabbing black North Carolinians in the back on this issue to grandstand for his paymaster George Soros. I run into lots of black folks in my area outraged over illegal immigration. Now that Barber has that line on Soros cash, he seems to no longer care about his previous constituency.

  2. October 29, 2017 at 11:15 pm

    Alas, there will always be a ready market for what “Bully” is cookin’.

  3. Myron Smith
    October 30, 2017 at 6:00 am

    GUWonder, I agree! Barber does a Poor JOB of representing Americans and my Negro friends!

  4. john steed
    October 30, 2017 at 9:09 am

    Wow! The Round Reverend Barber and Amnesty Thom Tillis are on the same side on illegal immigration, along with Soros. All of them support foreign interests over American ones.

  5. Doug
    October 30, 2017 at 9:36 am

    What can be his end game with this play? I guess he is abandoning his base supporters since the illegals are the ones coming in and displacing them in line for the government perks and what jobs there are out there for them. I am not sure he has really thought this one out.

  6. JBP
    October 30, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    ” Mexico is much stricter on foreigners trying to stay in Mexico than WE ARE on Mexicans trying to crash here permanently.”
    THAT is because we have thousands of U.S. business owners who want to have the cheap labor they provide our economy. Basically we are begging them to come to our country legal or not.

    • john steed
      October 30, 2017 at 2:26 pm

      “We” are NOT “begging” the illegals to come in! Those business owners who are facilitating the violation of our immigration laws should be prosecuted for the federal crime of harboring illegal aliens. The UK has recently started charging and fining landlords who rent to illegal aliens, which is another thing that we ought to be doing,

      Austria recently became the latest European country to send troops and armored vehicles to their border to keep illegal alien migrants out. It is time we did the same.

      • JBP
        October 30, 2017 at 3:03 pm
        • john steed
          October 31, 2017 at 8:52 am

          The Conspiracy News Network (CNN) is not a credeible source of information. It is all propaganda, all of the time.

          Countries that have succeeded in getting control of their borders like Australia under Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and Hungary under Prime Minister Victor Orban, have booming economies. Both have essentially closed their borders to illegal immigration, with almost no one getting in. If an illegal is unable to be turned around in time, the Australians them him to an offshore camp. The Humgarians do a quick hearing before a magistrate and immediately eject them back across whatever border they came across. This has not produced any harm to either economy, both of which are first world economies.

          Kicking the illegal aliens out of the US would save us more money from things they mooch like free education and free health care, and in some instances welfare programs, than it would cost to kick them out.

          • JBP
            October 31, 2017 at 10:08 am

            It is NOT mooching when they pay taxes as well.
            As for the Money source of information – at least I provide some documentation while you just supply hyperbolic opinions.

          • john steed
            October 31, 2017 at 12:37 pm

            Ask any tax preparer. The illegals overwhelmingly use refundable credits to get big refunds, not pay taxes, that is the ones using fake ID’s to even file. Many just work in the cash economy and never file taxes..

            The Washington Times had a good article not long ago about the enormous net detriment to our economy that the illegals have become. You can look it up if you wish, but I am NOT going to do your legwork for you.

          • JBP
            October 31, 2017 at 2:18 pm

            Ask any tax preparer, illegals overwhelmingly Do NOT use tax preparers! Therefore, tax preparers know little to Nothing about the taxes paid by the people our business owners want working for them.

            I found several articles that you may have been referring to from the Washington Times (and you complain about the Money source I used – Ha!). None of them supported your claim about a net detriment to our economy by these workers.

            I did look it up for myself as I am not as afraid of the work as you seem to be.

        • john steed
          October 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm

          Illegals overwhelmingly do not use tax preparers since they are working illegally for cash and do not pay taxes.

          You are one lazy liberal. For the benefit of others who read this site, here is the Washington Times article I referred to:

          http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/3/illegal-immigrants-cost-taxpayers-750-billion-over/

          • JBP
            November 1, 2017 at 9:11 am

            I DID read this article and I stand by the fact that it DOES NOT support your claim about a net detriment to our economy by these workers. The “assessment” does NOT factor in the huge benefit that U.S. employers get and that consumers get by having these immigrants working in our country. Nor does it factor in the taxes that they do pay. Talk about lazy, this “reporting” is about as lazy as it gets. I am surprised that you fall for this.

          • john steed
            November 1, 2017 at 1:49 pm

            What you do not factor in is the Americas who lose jobs as illegals undercut them, as has happened in the construction industry in a big way. Those used to be decent paying jobs for black and white working class Americans.

            Also, I suggest you read the United States Code (federal law) for the correct definition of “immigrant” which applies ONLY to those PROPERLY going through the immigration process. Those who sneak in are clearly defined as “ILLEGAL ALIENS”, not “immigrants”. If you do not like the proper definition, another one that fits in the one typically used in the European press which is “migrant”.

          • JBP
            November 2, 2017 at 1:30 pm

            I prefer the term HUMAN.

          • john steed
            November 2, 2017 at 5:28 pm

            Well, it looks like the GOP tax bill will be eliminating $23 Billion of the mooching by these illegal aliens:

            http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/nov/2/gops-tax-bill-cancels-23-billion-credits-illegals/

  7. john steed
    November 2, 2017 at 5:07 pm

    An interesting new study finds that low income people are more worried about immigration that about their jobs.

    http://www.beaufortobserver.net/Blog-3931.112112-13600.114136-New-study-low-income-people-more-worried-about-immigration-than-jobs.html

    Since immigration is the biggest threat to their jobs that makes sense.

    This is a UK study, but likely would be the same here.

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