Of course, what we see as a victory for liberty, the corrupt media, which is still in shock, sees as a terrible irony.
That is a reminder of what a mean, “divisive” person Donald Trump is because he wants to enforce our laws.
From The Washington Post (OF COURSE):
On Wednesday, Europe woke up to an election result few had expected or favored. They also woke up to the 27th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
It did not take long for commentators to point out the irony of that coincidence: Many Europeans continue to be particularly shocked by Trump’s plans to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Plans to build walls are not unique to the U.S., of course: The number of border fences has been on the rise for years, in Europe and elsewhere. Hungary, for instance, recently installed a fence to stop the influx of refugees into the country. Other E.U. nations reintroduced border controls for the same reason.
Trump’s planned wall at the U.S.-Mexican border has nevertheless caused a stronger backlash, particularly in Western Europe — partially because the announcement was accompanied by other statements by the Republican candidate.
Across the Atlantic Ocean, thousands of miles from Washington, Europe’s politicians are struggling to understand the full implications of a Trump presidency.
Is he serious about Germans and French facing “extreme vetting” if they travel to the United States, due to recent terrorist attacks in their country? Will he worsen the situation of Muslims living in the U.S.? And what will be the impact of improved relations between the U.S. and Russia on the Middle East and Syria, in particular?
In a July poll, only 6.3 percent of Germans said they were in favor of a Trump presidency.
Oh no–the Germans don’t approve of our president-elect?
God bless America.