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Opinion / Religion - May 3, 2021

Mike’s World View  by Mike Henry

The apostles, afterward, wised up as to the true motives of Judas Iscariot. Jesus, of course, knew all along, just as He knows our true motives. John wrote (12:5-6) concerning Judas when he asked, “Why was this fragrant oil not sold for three hundred denarii and given to the poor? This he said, not that he cared for the poor, but because he was a thief, and had the money box; and he used to take what was put in it.” Judas feigned compassion, but his true motive was greed.
Republicans are beginning to wise up concerning the true motives of Democrats on immigration. They don’t care about these poor immigrants; they’re only using them for political gain. If they can turn Texas blue through illegal immigration like California, then they’ll be in power for the next 40 years. That’s what this is all about.
Democrats and their lapdog media had a fit about kids in cages on the border during the Trump administration, but now conditions are far worse under Biden/Harris, and you don’t hear a peep out of them.
If there was a big wave of right-leaning Polish immigration do you think the Democrats would be so welcoming? I doubt it; they would probably be doing all they could to block it.
Border control of immigration is the right and responsibility of any sovereign nation. What would you think of someone who came to your place uninvited and started making demands? It’s too bad that we have politicians who care more about their political power than about the welfare of the nation. Let’s vote them out the next chance we get. They’re the ones with the D after their name, which is close to the grade I would give them.


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