“Vic Mensa’s Shocking ICE-Inspired Rap Video Featuring White Kids in Cages,” a Thursday Daily Beast exclusive tells readers. “[The] controversial new music video [is] inspired by the Trump administration’s child-separation policy.
“The video depicts white children in orange jumpsuits gleefully rejoicing as they’re being tortured and held in cages,” the “report” elaborates. “It ends with a message in white type against a black background: ‘There are over 13,000 immigrant children in U.S. custody today. What if it was your kid?’”
“Our kids” aren’t being exploited and put at risk by powerful interests to break laws to advance a power-grab agenda. If conditions at detention facilities, certainly better than conditions “on the road” their ostensible “parents” subject them to, are marked by shortages and deprivations, those entering the country illegally and those encouraging them to invade en masse, swamping facilities, personnel, and resources must admit their portion of the responsibility. That the media insists on calling illegal aliens “undocumented” points to another intolerable factor those supporting the invasion own:
“Border patrol agents say they are alarmed by the growing number of migrants illegally crossing the border with children – who are not their own – to avoid long-term federal custody.”
Imagine the outraged charges should the exploitation dangers of that be ignored by already overwhelmed agents.
The real issue here is one that ultimately will determine the “legal” fate of traditional American citizens in general and gun owners in particular. Deliberately change the demographics and you’ll culturally terraform the Founders’ Republic into something unrecognizable. Real world experience in places like California, and all credible polls, demonstrate that a “pathway to citizenship” and “birthright citizenship” (for millions of foreign nationals in this country illegally and also legally, with current culturally suicidal policies) overwhelmingly favor Democrats and anti-gunners.
That will result in supermajorities in state and federal legislatures that will then be able to pass all anti-gun edicts with impunity. And it will result in nominations and confirmations of judges to the Supreme and federal courts who will uphold those edicts.
The party preference numbers haven’t changed after decades and there’s no indication to think they will improve under the current political climate. As for those who counsel to start an education campaign, great idea, but a little late, don’t you think? Go ahead and flesh out how such an effort will first be funded, and then not be overwhelmed by a Democrat-favoring public education and media indoctrination machine. Then factor in alternative voices “deplatformed” and economically ostracized by subversive tech giants as “community standards violators” and worse.
What that means is, give it a few decades and we’ll be living in a monopoly of violence with enforced citizen disarmament, where peaceable means of redress to defend the right to keep and bear arms will simply not exist. It’s already being argued that the right to keep and bear arms is racist, and that’s a meme we can only expect to see grow as “deplorable” gun owners become more and more marginalized as “haters.”
The choice then will be to obey or resist. Would it not be better for everyone concerned to keep such a scenario from happening in the first place, while the remarkable system bequeathed us by the Framers yet exists? (Except that takes a bit more effort and involvement than the occasional anonymous “Molon Labe!” comment.)
It’s no surprise that resentment is being ginned up among the masses that form much of their opinion and behavioral cues from “rap” influencers. And Mensa, his stage name synonymous with genius notwithstanding, is about as hypocritical a “leader” as one could find.
Mensa gins up racial resentment and advocates for “pathway to full and equal citizenship”/gun-grabber Hillary Clinton while claiming:
“Our nation has been built upon extreme racism and built on the backs of slaves and just because we don’t have the same incarnation of that racism alive today doesn’t mean that the mental constructs of it are not alive and well and thriving in our society.”
Yeah, that must be why Mensa’s father, never a slave but certainly descended from a land of slave-capturers and sellers, migrated to here from Ghana and married a white woman.
And then there’s this bit of hypocritical disconnect from last year:
“Rapper Vic Mensa, who joined several other celebrities to perform on stage at Saturday’s March for Our Lives protest in Washington, D.C., was convicted of a gun crime in California last year.”