Ann Coulter: “Big sell-out is coming”

Doubts Trump’s pledge to build wall

Author, lawyer, and conservative political pundit Ann Coulter was on-board early as a committed Donald Trump supporter. As with many of us, illegal immigration rose to the top of her list. Coulter even wrote a book, “In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!” — one of 11 that have made the New York Times best sellers list.

In her recent column, “How Trump could ruin his presidency,” Coulter quotes from Trump’s Phoenix immigration speech where he laid out his 10-Point Immigration Plan:

“To all the politicians, donors and special interests, hear these words from me and all of you today. There is only one core issue in the immigration debate, and that issue is the well-being of the American people.” 

Many of us were among the thousands who stood in line for hours that Sept. 2016 day. We heard those words and cheered.

This is Ann Coulter’s recent tweet as it relates to Trump’s stance on the wall, and her lack of faith that he will follow through on his promise to build it and finally secure our border. There is no comfort in the fact that Vice President-elect Mike Pence said he and House Speaker Paul Ryan would be the ones spearheading the “illegal immigration” fix. Ryan is among the least trustworthy on the issue.

For an excellent exposé of Paul Ryan’s leftward lurch on the topic of criminal illegal aliens, American Thinker has a must read post, “When it comes to illegal immigrants, Paul Ryan sides with Democrats,” Author Catharine Evans calls Ryan’s disconnect from reality when it comes to illegals crossing our border and killing innocent Americans “staggering.” If you read nothing else today, this is post is deserving of your attention.

The equivalent would be reprising the disastrous “Gang of Eight” scheme with amnesty pimps, John McCain, Jeff Flake, Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, Marco Rubio & Co. We’ve been down this road before with numerous attempts going back to McCain, Jon Kyl and Ted Kennedy to saddle Americans with the device they called “Comprehensive Immigration Reform.”

It’s time to hold Donald Trump’s feet to the fire.  In allowing Paul Ryan anywhere near this issue the honeymoon is doomed before the marriage begins on January 20, 2017.

 

 

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13 Responses to Ann Coulter: “Big sell-out is coming”

  1. East Valley Conservative says:

    “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” was soundly rejected by Americans who let their voices be heard loud and clear as they clogged congressional phone, fax and inboxes in one of it’s previous incarnations. If Donald Trump, who I supported, sells us out on this crucial issue, he will have lost me. His pledge to handle the illegal invasion is why I sent him a contribution, had his sign in my yard and worked my precinct distributing his campaign literature. This is a non-negotiable area for me. Arizona is a border state, We see the results of the lawlessness first hand here.

  2. Realist says:

    This is what conservatives have had to deal with for years. Former AZ Congressman John Shadegg used the eastern press to insult Arizonans on this topic in 2008. He actually called Republicans supportive of border security “xenophobic,” “intolerant”
    Here’s the New York Times article and the foolish photo of the then congressman yukking it up with two senior ladies, who couldn’t have said anything warranting that side slipping reaction. They even look surprised by his response. He never called us those contemptuous names in the Arizona press. Now, his son works for John McCain. Get it?
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/26/us/politics/26arizona.html?_r=2&ref=todayspaper&oref=slogin&oref=slogin

  3. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Watching Paul Ryan’s body language when he has to talk about Donald Trump is disgusting. There were times when he wouldn’t even call him by name. The leftists he sides with tell the story on immigration. Luis Gutierrez is a pal – they’re on the same side on illegals. On the TV news yesterday, there was Rahm Emanuel announcing he was making Chicago a ‘safe zone’ for illegals – not addressing the dead blacks every weekend in Chicago. And who was standing next to him? Marxist Luis Gutierrez – proud as a peacock.

    Paul Ryan is supported by something BIG out there to fight securing the border. It must be open borders globalist money that keeps him fighting against American citizens who want secure borders and less immigration. He’s no firecracker. His name is on only three bills in his 17 years in Congress.

    Mike Pence was a GWBush pro-illegal alien Congressman – and that he will be spearheading the illegal immigration “fix” with Paul Ryan shows that Ann Coulter is right. We have to keep the pressure on Donald Trump. It’s the reason his campaign even took off.

    I took this from the comment section of the above-mentioned article from the American Thinker that says it all:

    In Lenin’s words, Kate Steinle and all the others murdered or killed by illegals are just eggs that need to be broken in order to make Paul Ryan’s breakfast omelet. That’s all. Nothing more, nothing less, nothing else.

  4. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Maria Ladenburger murder – EU official daughter killed by refugee | World | News | Daily Express
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/739620/Maria-Ladenburger-murder-EU-official-daughter-killed-by-refugee-Aghan

    She was raped and then drowned before her body was found in the River Dreisam.
    The suspect, an Afghan migrant, was caught after police found DNA on a scarf near the path.
    The scarf reportedly belonged to Maria

    Does our Congress think this can’t happen to them?

    Jun 17, 2016 … FLASHBACK: Paul Ryan Fully Funds Obama’s Visas for 300,000 Muslim … Ryan, who leads the pro-Islamic migration wing of the Republican … (Breitbart)

  5. Clair Van Steenwyk says:

    Trump launched his campaign on stating he’d build a Wall and Deport Illegals, which by the way when you use the Clarification not of Criminal being Illegal is Criminal by Definition. His campaign took off like a rocket due to this and was the center piece until late in the game after he’d won the Primary and then as observed began to walk the Deport part back, so if he allows Pence & Ryan to handle this then he’s betrayed us, unless of course this is their opportunity to relabel themselves on the issue other than that if they do then Vote all Incumbents who Aide in this Betrayal by Voting them Out in 2018 as the Entire House is up again as is Flake in AZ.
    God Bless U All; Clair Van Steenwyk /
    http://clairspoliticalcrossroads.com/about-van/immigration/

  6. MacBeth says:

    I became uneasy when Donald Trump met with Barack Obama and then announced he would keep portions of Obamacare, after he said he would dismantle it and start from scratch. It appears the last person he talks to has the most influence. There must be a lot of jockeying NOT to be the first person to talk to him each day.

    Right now, I’m holding my breath and keeping my fingers crossed, tentatively hoping he keeps his word.

  7. Ellsworth says:

    This National Review article connects all the dots. between Reps. Paul Ryan and Luis Gutierrez and their strident amnesty bent.
    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/425985/amnesty-team-gutierrez-and-ryan-mark-krikorian

    As we near the 2018 Senate election campaign it’s well to remember that Jeff the Flake of Arizona was so close with Gutierrez when Flake was in the House that Gutierrez complimented Flake on helping him “turn more red states blue.”
    When the dedicated open borders extremist Gutierrez wrote “The Numbers Are On Our Side,” for the far-left Progress Illinois, he publicly thanked Jeff Flake by name for his efforts in helping to “turn red states blue.” Read it for yourself.
    http://progressillinois.com/2008/04/18/gutierrez-numbers-are-on-our-side

    President-elect Donald Trump must keep his promise on the wall, or his active supporters will abandon him. This is a defining issue for many of us.

    • Clair Van Steenwyk says:

      This issue crosses all areas of life, Education, Hospital Care, Taxes, Crime, Jobs, Wages, Safety, Drugs and so much more, I supported Mr. Trump on the issues as I’ve not support McCain & McFlake for the same reason, so if he abandons us on all the listed issues then as before fool me once your fault no 2nd Chances. God Bless You; Clair Van Steenwyk

  8. Braveheart says:

    Paul Ryan was picked as Mitt Romney’s running mate for a reason. He was sold as an unparalleled numbers cruncher, with his left leaning ideas tamped down for conservative consumption. Ryan’s an amnesty hack which appealed to Romney.The Catholic and LDS Churches love illegals. They are compliant congregants and are happy to have the sanctuary and benefits that both churches provide. In some circles, being illegal is a plus since it providers do-gooders a reason to regard themselves well. Putting food and water stations in the desert to aid illegal aliens crossing into Arizona is one of their paths to heaven.

  9. Saguaro Sam says:

    I first got nervous when Pence let it be known that he hearts McCain.

  10. jakesez says:

    Let’s wait until he is in office and hear in his own words what he will and what he won’t do. Right now we have many people, including the main stream media, gladly telling us what Trump means. They are willing to distort his words in order to make him lose power and the support of those who voted for him. Once he is in power, then we can hear what he means directly from his mouth. Not what others say he means but what he himself means. Actions speak louder than words.

    • Marianne says:

      What concerns me is he is already waffling on major issues that were the reasons I voted for him. He’s backing down on illegals, saying he has “a big heart” and will put a door in the wall to “let the good ones back in.” After meeting with Obama, he said he would retain parts of the health care monstrosity, known as Obamacare. One of the parts Trump now wants to keep is allowing adult “children” up to age 26 to continue to stay on their parent’s insurance. Even birds know when it’s time to push the fledglings out of the next and expect them to fly on their own. When we were 26 my husband and I had each graduated college, had two kids and decent jobs. Nanny government keeps people weak and on the dole.