While Border Situation Deteriorates, Obama Fundraises at Home of Over-the-Top Pro-Illegal Propagandist Robert Rodriguez
How does our Commander in Chief busy himself while the border collapses into total anarchy and we are overrun by thousands upon thousands of unlawful invaders bearing infectious diseases? WaPo reports:
DENVER – President Obama is packing a lot into a short trip. A lot of fundraisers.
Obama plans to headline a Democratic Senate Campaign Committee fundraiser here Wednesday afternoon. After he will head to Dallas, where he will raise money for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and then fly to Austin, where he will appear at two events to benefit the Democratic National Committee. That’s four fundraisers in a little more than 24 hours. …
At least one of Obama’s fundraisers has a decidedly Hollywood twist. It will be held at the Austin home of director Robert Rodriguez of “Spy Kids” fame.
The Compost doesn’t mention that Rodriguez is also the director of the 2010 film Machete and the 2013 sequel Machete Kills. Given what is going on at the border right there in Texas, this is much more relevant than Spy Kids. The Machete movies feature an illegal alien from Mexico righteously hacking up sinister rednecks who want to defend the border. A synopsis of Machete:
The story revolves around Machete Cortez (Danny Trejo), a former Mexican Federal. …
[A] down-and-out Machete roams Texas, scraping by on yard work. Michael Booth (Jeff Fahey), a local businessman and spin doctor, explains to Machete that corrupt Texas State Senator John McLaughlin (Robert De Niro) is sending hundreds of illegal immigrants out of the country. In order to stop this, Booth offers Machete $150,000 to kill McLaughlin. Machete accepts the murder contract after Booth threatens to kill him if he does not.
Machete trains a rifle on McLaughlin from a rooftop during a rally, but before he fires he sees one of Booth’s henchmen aiming at him. The henchman shoots Machete in the shoulder and then shoots McLaughlin in the leg. It is revealed that Booth orchestrated the attempted assassination as part of a false flag operation to gain public support for McLaughlin’s secure border campaign. By setting up Machete as the gunman, the conspirators make it appear that an outlaw illegal Mexican immigrant has tried to assassinate the senator, who is known for his tough stance on illegal immigration. …
To take revenge on Booth, Machete kidnaps Booth’s wife and his daughter, April (Lindsay Lohan), after “starring” in an amateur adult film with them.
Tastefulness is not in vogue among the entertain industry hot shots Obama likes to party with.
The climax of the movie features a showdown with the evil white guy McLaughlin and border vigilantes on one side versus Machete and other oppressed undocumented Democrats on the other.
During this confrontation, the Mexican illegals triumph over the border vigilantes. …
McLaughlin, injured, manages to escape, but he is later killed by the last remnants of his own border vigilante group, who mistake him for a Mexican.
From the beginning, Obama has told us plainly that he does not like this country and will side with its enemies against it. Since people won’t listen, he keeps yelling the same message ever more loudly. Attending a fundraiser at Rodriguez’s home during this crisis expresses it as bluntly as his mentor Jeremiah Wright shrieking, “GOD DAMN AMERICA!”
Meanwhile, Ted Cruz has sent Obama maps to help him find his way from his fundraisers to where the border crisis is taking place. But I doubt the Manchurian Moonbat will make use of them.
Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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