Trump says he isn't going to 'shoot immigrants but shooting immigrants would be very effective'

Greg Evans
Thursday 28 March 2019 14:15
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Fresh after being not guilty of colluding with Russia during the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump made an appearance on Fox News to chat with his best buddy Sean Hannity.

As you can imagine this interview, which was the first since the Mueller probe concluded, was pretty bizarre and included some predictably unpredictable lines on Russia, Hillary Clinton, the Green New Deal, ISIS and the claim that Trump is "the most innocent human being."

One of the many topics that they covered was Trump's favourite subject of illegal immigrants and border security and how the POTUS is attempting to implement the necessary means to tighten the border in with Mexico.

Yet, when discussing the topic he said that something about guns that probably wasn't advisable so soon after a mass shooting in New Zealand claimed 50 innocent lives, in which the terrorist cited him as an influence.

If you go to a lot of the generals, they will tell you, this is a national emergency. We need to defend our country. People are pouring in.

Now we are capturing these people. We are getting them but we don't do it like other countries. Other countries stand there with machine guns, ready to fire.

We can't do that. I wouldn't want to do that, OK? It's a very effective way of doing it but I wouldn't want to do it. We can't do it. 

That is the actual president of the United States saying that shooting innocent people is an 'effective way' of dealing with immigrants before conveniently covering for himself.

Needless to say, people were pretty shocked at this admission from the president.

Meanwhile, in El Paso, Texas, hundreds of migrant families are being detained behind a barb-wire fence in a car park under a bridge. Trump's words are bound to fill them with confidence...

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