As we all know, American money needs to stay in ‘Murika. Michele Bachmann detailed yet another chilling aspect of the border crisis. Conservatives have been warning us that these Central American children we think are simply crossing into America to escape poverty, crime, and violence are really criminals carrying all sorts of communicable diseases including Ebola, which no one has contracted in this hemisphere to date. In fact, President Obama has a sinister reason for wanting them here: medical experimentation (you can’t make this sh*t up–except, they did).
Bachmann says that, in addition to being diseased, criminal test subjects, there are still issues we are overlooking. Bachmann feels that it’s time we “deport” these “invader” hordes “right on the border,” as this grievous threat to
whiteness America needs to be addressed STAT! Bachmann says it’s time to “build a real fence,” even if it means confiscating Americans’ land.
Since immigrants are sending precious ‘Murikan money home to family members who may or may not live in this country, Bachmann has a bold new solution our country has not ever tried before in the history of ever–and to blatantly steal Megyn Kelly’s phrasing– it’s slavery, essentially! (Ahhhh, pepper spray.)
Bachmann wants to tax any money immigrants send home at 100% to prevent them from doing anything from their families because she feels the paltry amount sent out of country by the *ahem* brownish people who hail from elsewhere originally is a huge deal to various Central American governments.
Bachmann’s new issue is the fact that, like all people from time to time, immigrants send money to members of their families. “Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, those countries are laughing at us because they’re making money with their corrupt governments in conjunction with these international criminal cartels, they’re all making money and kickbacks,” she said.
“What I believe we should do is have a 100 percent tax on remittances, the money that illegal aliens send back to these countries.” Bachmann explained. “We would have phone call from the president of these countries in five minutes saying, ‘What can we do? We want to keep this money flowing into our economy.”
Thanks for the bright idea, Michele. You’re always so full of
it them. On the bright side, this suggestion isn’t quite as bad as slinging dead childrens’ bodies around the desert or ‘sploding crossing kids with land mines. OK, maybe it is.