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Screen Shot 2016-03-04 at 10.44.17 AMAs if being banned from the third world cess pool that is Mexico was somehow a bad thing. That is what the Mexican government thinks, anyway.

Having taken issue with Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump’s assertions that his proposed border wall will be paid for by Mexico, Mexico City has decided to ban him.

“What we’re saying is that if he wants to build a wall so that Mexicans can’t enter his country, then he is not welcome in our country,” said Deputy Jose Manuel Delgadillo (National Action Party—their version of conservative).  

Now that they have taken their hard-line stance on trying to force our nation to accept their illegal immigrants, they request President Piñata (Peña) to enforce the Trump Travel Ban.

Mexico, crown jewel of the drug cartels had the unmitigated gall to refer to Trump as “egocentric and primitive.” Let’s see, now. Mexico treats their citizens so horribly, via corruption and violence, their people escape.

While Victor Hugo Romo, another city lawmaker compared Trump to Hitler as his “sexist, misogynist” twin, he forgets his nation’s own problems.

Another lawmaker, Mauricio Toledo said, in urging the national government to ban Trump, that, “The principle of equality must be understood above all as equal treatment, without discrimination, and the issues that matter to the majority of a community are susceptible to be protected by the state.”

That is unbelievably laughable. Perhaps if they practiced some of that equal treatment, without discrimination, then they would not have the majority of the community of the United States of America telling them to stay on their own side of the fence.

It is highly doubtful that Trump is shedding a tear over this. Let’s face it, he isn’t missing anything.




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