Chester should stick to running over hippies

Chester Borrows always was a wet-as-the-ocean liberal panty-waist and now he’s proved it by buying into the liberal nonsense over Trump’s immigration ban.

National MP Chester Borrows has publicly condemned the immigration ban enacted by US President Donald Trump.

It’s a stronger stance on the issue compared to that of Prime Minister Bill English – who has only gone as far as “disagreeing” with the ban.

The Whanganui MP spoke at a Muslim and Refugee Solidarity Rally in Whanganui on Monday, where he lambasted the President’s crackdown on foreigners.

“We stand together with the rest of the world to condemn and resist President Trump’s discriminatory policy,” he told the crowd.  

He even promised that Mr English would come down hard on President Trump during their first phone call, which happened that afternoon.

“Probably about now, their president is talking to our Prime Minister who’s telling him exactly that.

“Donald Trump’s executive order to impose a temporary block on immigrants from seven muslim-majority countries is a direct attack on conscience, choice, and religion,” he says.

And what about the conscience, choice and religion of the Christians, Yazidi and Jews from those countries?

Where is his condemnation of the 16 countries who ban even tourist travel for people from Israel, or anyone who has visited Israel and has the misfortune of an Israeli stamp in their passport?

Liberal panty-waists like Chester Borrows are the reason we should fear immigration from places where bad wogs think nothing of killing Christians and Jews.

The man disgusts me, I’m glad he is quitting parliament. He should stick to running over hippies.


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