The media is going insane over President Trump calling some third-world country ‘sh*itholes.” However, the main liberal argument for illegal immigration is pointing out how bad the countries are that the illegals come from. Tucker Carlson faced off against Jose Parra, the Latin communications director during Obama’s presidential campaign.
“The idea that you are not allowed to say that they’re pretty crummy countries, Haiti for example or El Salvador, I’ve been in both of them — that’s why people are leaving them to come here. So I don’t understand what the sin is. You’re not allowed to point out that other countries aren’t as good places to live as America?” asked Carlson.
“I think the outrage here is about the insult and the expletive that is attached to the people who come from these countries,” responded Parra.
“The people who left those countries, some of them rode trains all the way through Mexico or they hid in the wheel well of a plane to leave, they would agree with that. So why the outrage? You have to lie and pretend. We’ve gotten to a place where no one can be honest about anything,” said Carlson.
“People are actually staying this country right now legally because Haiti is so bad, we don’t think they should have to return. So if you say Norway is a better place to live, and Haiti is kind of a hole — anyone who has been to those countries or has lived in them would agree. But we’re jumping up and down — Oh you can’t say that — why can’t you say that?” asked Carlson. Check out the video below.