January 13, 2019
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal thinks President Trump is a raging egomaniacal racist hell bent of purging everyone who’s not white from the United States.
The India-born immigration activist from Washington appeared on MSNBC Thursday to offer her take on the government shutdown and immigration crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border, and it’s clear she’s not optimistic the situation will improve any time soon.
That’s because it’s all part of Trump’s master plan, she said.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes posed the question: “Do you think a deal can be made, or do you think this is fundamentally existential and cannot be made?”
“It’s fundamentally existential if he continues to insist on a wall,” Jayapal said. “ … This has never been about a wall. He actually could have gotten funding a couple of years ago, or a year ago, for a wall. It was part of a deal proposed, not all of us agreed with that deal, but it was proposed to him and he turned it down because his ultimate goal is, as you said, to ‘make America pure’ in the sense of not having immigrants, not having folks of color here, and shutting down every form of legal immigration.
“All to throw a bone to those people,” she said, presumably referring to racists in America’s midst.
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Jayapal, who represents Seattle and suburban King County, is a self professed “leading national advocate for women’s, immigrant, civil, and human rights” who regularly touts her status as “the first Indian-American woman in the House of Representatives.”
She’s the founder of the nonprofit “Hate Free Zone” that successfully sued the George W. Bush administration to halt deportations of Somalis in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Jayapal boasts on her website about her successful efforts to block law enforcement from determining immigration status and…