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The latest left-wing conspiracy theory

The latest left-wing conspiracy theory

Having had all the past highly publicized conspiracy theories biting the dust – you know, Russian collusion, an insurrection and a corrupt Arizona audit – proven to be false, the left has a new one.  This time it is the crisis at the border.  It a real knee-slapper.

Democrats and President Biden are getting hammered by the public for the left’s open border policy.  With Biden and Democrat policies so obviously the blame for the ongoing flow of illegal migrants entering America – and the sudden surge of tens of thousand of mostly Haitian migrants – the Democrats need some way to deflect the blame.  In their desperation, they are now launching the latest bogus conspiracy theory – this one would be funny if it was fictional satire appearing in The Onion.  Only desperation can explain a conspiracy theory so ridiculous.

It goes something like this.

The surge of migrants arriving at the border are coming because some mysteriously powerful right-wing sources are staging the 15,000 people came across the border in recent.  That must mean that those folks are also organizing the 20,000 more that are anticipated to arrive in the future are also part of this alleged right-wing conspiracy. 

Of course, this silly-ass conspiracy theory will be given false legitimacy by the left-wing propaganda press – and, in fact, they already are reporting the bogus claims as news.  And the nincompoops who believe that MSNBC is actually providing news, will start to believe it.  I know that because one of my favorite left-wing critics has already revealed the person behind the skullduggery.

He reports from his mental isolation in the left-wing echo chamber that it is Stephen Miller who is behind the caravans of migrants invading the southern border.  Miller is a regular target of the left-wing hate industry, so the surfacing of his name comes as no surprise.

But there is evidence, according to my conspiracy theorist fan.   They say that the Haitians originated in Brazil – arriving there after their island home was devastated by natural disasters and political corruption.  Just to be perfectly clear, not all the Haitians arriving at Del Rio, Texas are coming from Brazil – and all those crossing into America are not all Haitians.  This is part of a much larger problem.  But conspiracy theorists are not good with details.

At least as far as I can tell, the irrefutable evidence against Miller is that he was in Brazil.  Weeell.  What more proof does one need?  I am now verrrry nervous – looking over my shoulder.  Will I be dragged into this comic-opera conspiracy theory?  Truth be known. I regularly dine in … a Brazilian restaurant.  My son was dating a Brazilian girl.  How can I prove my innocence in terms of the Haitian migration with that kind of evidence?  

The left claims Miller is culpable because – get ready for this bit of logic – President Biden is using the immigration deportation policies created by Miller when serving as an advisor to President Trump.  So, the left is blaming miller for creating the Haitian surge at the border so that Biden can use MILLER’s old policies to deport them.

If I can make some sense of this latest conspiracy theory from the left – and that is not easy to do – I guess Miller is causing the surge to force Biden to deport them – thereby making Biden very unpopular with the progressive Democrats who want to admit every person crossing the border.

If this nonsense represents the strategy of the Democrats going into the 2022 midterm election, I am getting very good feelings about a GOP resurgence.

So, there ‘tis.

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2 Comments

  1. Joseph S. Bruder

    Again you attribute the theories of a few pundits to the entirety of the Democratic Party. Democrat bashing, just another day at the office for Geri-Larry… Somehow 15,000 migrants showed up at the same time and same place from Brazil. The work of Stephan Miller? Don’t know, don’t care. Biden is dealing with it.

    I’ll put ANYTHING that Democrats say up against the “nonsense” of the Big Lie. Republicans will lose, bigly.

  2. frank stetson

    Nope, can’t make sense, hard to find, got source?

    Just not sure what you are referring to.

  1. If they found nothing, then why doesn’t Trump release the inventory list of the documents. He is within his rights…