Nancy Pelosi seems to think there’s some correlation between the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII and President Trump’s decision to kinda-sorta-but-not-really rescind DACA. “They,” she claims, are “coming for” the dreamers - just as “they” did back in World War II.
Yeah, it’s the kind of ridiculous, deeply flawed, analogy that could only come from the stripped gears that power Pelosi’s thought process.
As she puts it:
“A week and a half ago, I was in Chicago, and I saw this art exhibit that I was invited to see. It’s called “And then they came for me,” and it’s about the internment of the Japanese-American patriots in our country who were interned into camps during World War II. While their family members were fighting for freedom for America and for the world in World War II, they were in camps. ...“And they came for me.”
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And now they’re coming for the Dreamers. This is something… We owe these Dreamers for their patriotism, their courage, their optimism to come forward, but it’s about America too.”
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First, Nancy needs to study her history. In the case of Japanese Americans interred during WWII, “they” were the Democrats. Specifically, “they” was Franklin Delano Roosevelt - a man who, to this day, many on the...
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