Citizen’s Journal – by David Stewart
Most humans love children and the Hive Mind is no exception. Whenever the children are mentioned, especially the innocent illegal alien children, the Like thumbs go up all over Facebook pages. The romance of children outside the law is irresistible, especially when they are far away in some secret location. Who can resist helping them, especially when you don’t actually have to do anything or sacrifice anything. You don’t even have to call the 1-800-Illegal Children number and donate, the government has taken care of all that messy business for all of us diligent, caring Hivers. All the Hive Mind has to do is celebrate our kind and caring leaders, our Queen Bee president and the other deeply caring departments in the executive branch.
What the Hive Mind does not like one little bit are those selfish, whining, complaining local residents who are unwilling to take the illegal children into their communities and homes. Protesting the heath issues, the threat of contagious disease just seems so selfish and narrow minded. The Hive Mind would never protest and besides those places are too far away to drive to and there are not any trains going to that town. How can people even live there. They wave their signs and video each other and actually block the roads bringing these poor little sick children with their colorful club affiliation tattoos to their new loving homes on military bases.
The Hive Mind knows that staying home or meeting friends for drinks or listening to music or watching youtube videos on their mobile phones is not only fun but patriotic.
David Stewart is retired from tech industry and is now IT director for Citizens Journal, so not exactly as retired as he’d like to be.
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I went to the gas station (AM PM Arco) today. In front of me at the cash register is a Hispanic male about 24 years old. He buys a bag of ice and a soda and pays for it with a food stamp card.
Last week at the grocery store a rather small Hispanic lady about 30 years old is in front of me at the check out line. She says in Spanish “I want $200 dollars”. The cashier had a difficult time scanning her card because it was worn out from to much use. Finally the manager had to come over and help and the Spanish lady walks out of the store with $200 dollars, that you and I paid for.
The point is this: Everytime I see a Latin person in a store they are getting cash or buying stuff on our dime. They all have government debit cards. This invasion has gone on long enough.