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Third-Generation American Offers To Pay for 'Squad' To Leave America

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Most of the establishment media is working overtime to depict President Donald Trump as a racist monster who wants only white people living in the United States.

But the media hacks and leftist pundits couldn’t be further from the truth.

Louisiana Rep. Ralph Abraham understands Trump’s intentions fully.

According to the Washington Examiner, Abraham, whose paternal grandparents were Lebanese immigrants, approved of the president’s latest Twitter declaration, which stated, “Our Country is Free, Beautiful and Very Successful. If you hate our Country, or if you are not happy here, you can leave!”

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The Louisiana Republican responded directly, offering to pay for the plane tickets of “anti-American” lawmakers.

“There’s no question that the members of Congress that @realDonaldTrump called out have absolutely said anti-American and anti-Semitic things. I’ll pay for their tickets out of this country if they just tell me where they’d rather be,” Abraham tweeted.

Following the third-generation immigrant’s statement, Montana Sen. Steve Daines followed up with a similar message of love for America and support for Trump.

“Montanans are sick and tired of listening to anti-American, anti-Semite, radical Democrats trash our country and our ideals,” Daines tweeted. “This is America. We’re the greatest country in the world. I stand with @realdonaldtrump.”

This probably won’t be the last time someone offers free, one-way plane tickets to the likes of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts: the quartet haven’t stopped attacking American ideals since they were elected and likely won’t stop anytime soon.

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Unfortunately for the freshmen progressives, their anti-Trump and anti-America narratives have been off-putting to Americans.

According to an internal Democratic poll of white voters with less than two years of college experience (obtained exclusively by Axios), “Ocasio-Cortez was recognized by 74% of voters in the poll; 22% had a favorable view. Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota … was recognized by 53% of the voters; 9% (not a typo) had a favorable view.”

Yes, Axios actually included the phrase “not a typo” because of how shockingly low Omar is polling.

Should the "squad" take Abraham up on his offer to leave?

“Stand with America or leave” is a winning message for the president and the GOP. After all, celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Whoopi Goldberg and Snoop Dogg promised to leave the U.S. if Trump took the White House. And he did.

Despite Trump’s victory, the Hollywood celebrities didn’t even bother packing. Their wealth and success is hard to come by in other countries and they know it.

If they truly disliked America, why are they still here?

Despite their provocative remarks, celebrities and politicians alike know that leaving America would be a poor decision. Though they’ll never admit it, the United States is the greatest country on the planet.

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Ryan Ledendecker is a freelance journalist and writer. He began reporting news and writing commentary during the 2014 Ferguson riots. Prior to that, he worked as a web editor and columnist for an award-winning local newspaper.
Ryan Ledendecker plunged headfirst into news reporting and political commentary while on the ground during the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. He later wrote extensively on Donald Trump's presidential campaign and election.

When he's not writing, Ryan spends time improving his barbecue skills. He has his own brand of BBQ rub and is a trophy winner in the world of competitive BBQ.
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