Modern liberalism demands a complete obedience to a single viewpoint. Every issue- every issue- is deemed an issue of absolute moral imperativeness. “Climate change?” It’s a moral issue. Same-sex marriage? Moral issue. Universal healthcare? You’re immoral if you oppose it. Gun control? Same deal.
And, of course, you’re a monster if you assert that we should not be rewarding illegals with amnesty for having successfully broken our laws.
On this and many other issues, the left cannot tolerate a difference of opinion. The media has worked diligently to further the left’s talking points and it has become so blatant that mainstream media outlets rarely even attempt to hide their biases anymore.
Case-in-point: both Univision and Telemundo have demonstrated their support for Obama’s illegal executive amnesty order.
As the Supreme Court decides on Obama’s executive order which granted amnesty to millions of illegals as a reward for having circumvented the legal immigration process, protesters stormed the steps of the Supreme Court building to reveal that these invaders are not “living in the shadows” as the left likes to claim, but are, in fact, here and demanding that Americans give them the right to stay because they were able to get here.
Discussing the Supreme Court’s decision on the evident lack of constitutionality behind Obama’s executive edict, Univision’s Despierta América host Karla Martínez gushed,
“Today is a very important day because the Supreme Court starts the revisions of the executive actions that would benefit almost 5 million immigrants. Today we have layer Mario Lobo who will clear all our questions about the turns said executive actions can take. You know that all us have been praying so that this happens, literally, many children – almost 4.5 million if I am not mistaken, around 4.5 million – have 1 or 2 parents that are undocumented in this country. Therefore these children would be very benefitted from this decision.”
Similarly, if I were able to successfully sneak into a mansion and assert that I had a right to live there, I would be “very benefitted” by any court decision that ruled that despite my crime, I should be allowed to stay in a place I snuck-into.
Further, there are no “undocumented” people in this country. There are illegals and there are those who are allowed to be here legally. “Undocumented” does not convey the illegality of these actions. Likewise, it would be erroneous to say that Jack the Ripper was an “unlicensed surgeon.”
Telemundo was not much better. Un Nuevo Día, Telemundo’s competing morning program, offered Teresa Farfán of the Texas’ Attorney General’s Office a brief chance to explain why her state and 25 others are involved in the lawsuit against the Obama Administration.
The rest of the segment, however, was filled with countless pro-amnesty advocates espousing the belief that it would be somehow unfair to apply the law and not let these criminals have what they want.
On this issue there can be no compromise. Either we are a nation or we are not. Either we have a border or we don’t. Either we have laws or we do not.