Sean Hannity and Rick Perry teamed up to fear monger about the immigration crisis last night. With all the same “evidence” Perry put forth when he asserted that Obama is somehow “in on” the immigration crisis at the border – which is to say none – Perry now opined that Islamic terrorists are being smuggled into the country. Or on their way. Or something.
The lengthy interview with Perry was part of a special Hannity-on-the-border show that gave him a chance to promote Perry’s 2016 candidacy and crow about his impending move to Texas. And, of course, use the whole thing to attack President Obama.
In this segment, both Hannity and Perry deliberately preyed on the fears of Americans by suggesting that Islamic terrorists are teaming up with Mexican drug cartels.
However, Hannity “asked” Perry, “Is that not the single greatest national security threat we have? If ISIS or Al Qaeda wanted to come through? If these guys are coming through, why couldn’t they?”
Perry went right along. The presidential hopeful said, “Other than having an economy that’s not allowing us to be able to fund our military, I would suggest to you this is, if not the number one, one of the highest priorities for this country from a national security standpoint.”
Perry said Obama told him he “philosophically agreed” with Perry’s remedies for the border. He added, “I hope his actions will follow up with that and prove that he does care about the security of this country.” As if that were something that needed to be proved.
They saw the same type of tactics in Afghanistan and Iraq that you’re seeing with these individuals. Which tends to tell me that the drug cartels and the terrorist elements out there are probably in some type of consort. I don’t know, can’t prove that but my instinct is that that’s probably what’s going on out there.
On Fox News, a Republican’s “instinct” is as good as fact.
Watch the fear mongering below.
That dangerous clown Davis supported Cliven Bundy’s battle with the federal government. Now, he is bringing his armed posse to the Texas border. No peep from Good Hair Perry or Hannocchio. In Hannocchio’s case, he would cheer him on privately in his Fox “News” office.
Good Hair better bring out the National Guard to protect Texas citizens from these anti-government extremists.
These posses have no problem shooting unarmed undocumented immigrants, or federal agents.
Since Hannocchio owns several firearms, he can join his good friends at the border, protecting America from unarmed brown women and children.
Joe, Hannocchio would be the first one objecting to these immigrants moving into his predominantly white neighborhood. Let these same kids attend school with his spoiled rotten kids? All hell would break loose. He would never allow brown kids to even associate with his kids. Hannocchio sends his kids to predominantly white Catholic schools on Long Island, safe from brown children.
As for Jr., we doubt he would be the next John McEnroe, given his mediocre tennis skills. Rich kids like him don’t fare well in life.
Yeah, but don’t you feel much safer now that Slanthead has secured the border?
So, sure. Why wouldn’t they be working together?
If anything, the cartels would be executing any suspected Islamists for fear of losing potential sales.
Perry’s gut I must be a swampy place where all the bad guys are all the same. A smarter man might use his brains to tell his guts to shut up and stop being so stupid and afraid of his own shadow.
The combined brain power of these two would not light a match.
They keep all the churches in Texas safe, as well as kindergartens, Walmarts, all the fast food dumps, movie theaters, etc.
It’s not hard to imagine this, after reading that Rolling Stone piece (here again, for anyone who missed it):
I’d bet that Slanthead reads this piece at least a dozen times a day. Perry doesn’t have to do much convincing… we’ll see Hannity on his “little spread” within a few years at most.
But until he gets there, Hannocchio has plenty to fear; he fears little brown children from Guatemala, little brown children from Honduras, little brown children from Nicaragua. These are all new fears for our boy Seanny, on top of his long-standing phobia over any little person (of any age) from Mexico.
As he’s stated countless times in the past week, all these thousands of little brown kids can be carrying highly infectious diseases like Ebola (though I’m sure cooties in their hair would also send Slanthead running the other way), if they get here they’ll stay forever and take jobs from American kids (when Hannity’s idiot son can’t get a tennis scholarship to Notre Dame, he may have to work at Mickey D’s!).
Worse of all, the Moose-lim terrorists might be using these little brown babies to smuggle stuff into our sacred land. They could be carrying mustard gas, maybe Pu-239 cores, all kinds of evil stuff!
Now of course if Hannocchio happened to be patrolling the U.S.-Quebec border and spotted a sandy-haired lad walking across with fuse cords hanging out of his shirt, Hannity would shout: “Come on over, don’t be afraid, I’ll get a you job at the Shamrock Pub!”