Coyotes Comment Confuses Trump Haters

Coyotes Comment Confuses Trump Haters

Coyotes Comment Confuses Trump Haters

During Thursday night’s Presidential debate, President Trump claimed — correctly — that coyotes have taken unaccompanied children across the border. “Coyotes,” of course, is a common term for people who illegally smuggle humans into the U.S. Everyone knows that, right? Apparently not. In fact, progressive social media blew up after he made that comment, because everything Trump says is stupid or something.

Moderator Kristen Welker had asked him about 545 illegal children whose parents can’t be found. Here is Trump’s full response:

“These children are brought here by coyotes and lots of bad people, cartels, and they used to use them to get into our country.” 

Granted, Trump isn’t the most fluent of speakers, so Joe Biden took it as his cue to show Trump’s supposed ignorance:

“Coyotes didn’t bring them over, their parents were with them. They got separated from their parents, and it makes us a laughingstock, and violates every notion of who we are as a nation.”

It’s true that the vast majority of illegal children come with family members. However, some smugglers, aka “coyotes,” do smuggle children, often with heartbreaking results.

Like the three-year-old boy whom Border Patrol agents found alone and crying in a cornfield near the border. Or the two-year-old girltwo years old! — whom smugglers left at the riverbank with just her name and a phone number on her T-shirt.

But some liberal Twitter users thought that the President was being racist or just ignorant, since Trump Derangement Syndrome controls their every thought.

Like David Hogg, the cream of Hah-vahd, who accused Trump of “xenophobia.” Why? Because “immigrant parents” are the “coyotes.”

He has no clue, does he?

So the “level of xenophobia is sickening?” The level of Hogg’s ignorance is staggering.

One Twitter user attempted to educate him. I’m not sure it would’ve made a difference with Hogg, however. The Trump Derangement is strong with that one.

“You don’t know what you’re talking about. “Coyotes” are human smugglers; in Central America they call them “Polleros.” Human trafficking is controlled by violent cartels; many immigrants are raped, beaten, or even left behind to die.”

But Hogg the Irrelevant at least correctly identified these smugglers as human. However, lots of Trump haters across the Twitterverse thought that the President referred to the animal. Or maybe they thought Trump was talking about this guy? Who knows what goes on in their fevered brains?



Consider other blue check liberals, the supposed intelligentsia of social media, who believe Trump thinks that actual animals drag children across the border.

Here, for your perusal and enjoyment, are some doozies:

“Ok so maybe I’m not so smart but can someone tell me how coyotes bring over children?”

She’s absolutely correct: she’s not so smart.

And this one:

“I’ve seen a lot of coyotes here in SoCal but I’ve never seen one carrying a kid.”

Oh, honey — I’ve seen them here in Kansas City, too, but they don’t carry off children. They might nab the occasional pet dog or cat, though.

John Daniel Davidson of The Federalist had some fun on YouTube mocking these idiots.

But the winner of this Stupidity Sweepstakes is Dar’shun Kendrick, a state representative from Georgia. And in case you were wondering — yes, she’s a Democrat.

“Did @realDonaldTrump just say 545 kids they can’t find their parents for came over through “cartels and coyotes”?! How the hell does a coyote bring a whole human across the border?! Lord—–stop talking.”

So in case this ignoramus deletes her tweet, here’s a screenshot from a savvy Twitter user:

And this is my favorite response:

Why do the people of Georgia think she’s smart enough to serve in their statehouse?

But wait! There’s more! Dar’shun Kendrick, whose bio says she’s a corporate attorney and and investment advisor, doesn’t get federalism either. She also tweeted this in response to Trump’s comments about minimum wage:

“Minimum wage is left up to the states? How does that even work?!”

Now you know what this is all about, don’t you: Trump-hating liberals so obsess on the man that they cannot possibly believe that he says anything worthwhile. Everything he says or does is wrong. As I’ve told my husband many times: Trump could pull drowning puppies from a river and they would still criticize him for it.

This is also what they think of people who support Trump — that they’re ignorant and too stupid to understand why Trump is the Worst President Ever.

But we all need to remember that those people vote. And so should we all. Make sure you get to the polls and support the President, who knows how evil human coyotes are.


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  • GWB says:

    Coyotes didn’t bring them over, their parents were with them.
    And…. BULLSH*T. A vast number of them were not with their parents, but instead with someone who used them as a shield to prevent deportation when they were captured.

    David Hogg, the cream of Hah-vahd

    So the “level of xenophobia is sickening?”
    Meh. “Xenophobia” is one of the magic incantations the progressives toss out to show that you’re an infidel.

    Evidently that means ‘chicken herder’.

    so maybe I’m not so smart
    The first step toward recovery, honey, is to admit you have a problem…..

    they don’t carry off children
    Dingoes, on the other hand….

    Lord—–stop talking.
    Before you concern yourself with the gnat in Trump’s eye….

    Why do the people of Georgia think she’s smart enough to serve in their statehouse?
    She’s obviously smarter than some large proportion of her voters.
    And, evidently, that’s a really, really low bar.

    How does that even work?!
    And that’s why we can’t have nice things anymore. *smh*

    Make sure you get to the polls and support the President
    And do your best to educate/indoctrinate everyone you can, so we can save our country from itself.

  • GWB says:

    One other element that has occurred to me, concerning the claim about the 545 kids….

    Why is it the government’s job to keep track of the parents? Surely the parents – if parents they be – would keep track of their <strong own children?! Shouldn’t they be keeping in touch? Writing letters, visiting the detention center? Asking their own detention center personnel for updates if they haven’t been released?

    I’ll tell you why: the “parents” were nothing of the sort and were simply using the children to escape being instantly deported once they were caught crossing the border. Those little kids were human shields. And disposable ones at that.

  • John C. says:

    The separation of children from the adults they accompanied was begun under the Obama administration for the protection of the children. The government’s statistics at the time were that 30% of the children being brought to the border were not genetically related to those adults; in other words, 3 out of every 10 children brought to the border had been borrowed, bought, or stolen by unrelated adults in cynical attempts to game the system by coming as a “family.” The separation was to keep the children safe while the necessary testing was done. It could perhaps have been done better, but it was by no means done in malice. The Trump administration merely continued the Obama administration policy.

  • NTSOG says:

    “David Hogg, the cream of Hah-vahd”

    Normally the cream rises or floats to the top. In Australia we know what floats and it is not cream.

    As for coyotes I bet most Australians reading about affairs in the USA and hearing news reports knew what ‘coyotes’ means in relation to the border with Mexico and people smuggling.

  • Mr. Forward says:

    “Minimum wage is left up to the states? How does that even work?!”
    Kendrick is a state representative. How does that even work?

  • RNB says:

    Surprisingly, the 93rd GA House district is over to the east of Stone Mountain, not centered on downtown Atlanta.

  • Peckerwood says:

    A sterling example of the lack of intelligence and awareness typical of that group.

  • 4thewin says:

    Coyotes (animals) carrying kids – love the picture of the kid riding a coyote. Do they think seals killed Bin Laden? What other animal Memes do we have that will confuse the liberals?

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