Pop singer Katy Perry calls for an end to borders, and demands we all just “co-exist”

Following the ISIS attack in Manchester, England that slaughtered nearly two dozen Ariana Grande concertgoers, pop singer Katy Perry called for an end to borders and barriers, and demanded we all just “co-exist.” Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie has some choice words for her in response.

Speaking on Fox News this past Thursday, Higbie said, “Go to hell, Katy Perry. Hold one of your concerts in Syria and see how that goes.”

“These people fundamentally don’t understand what’s going on here,” Higbie continued. “They don’t understand any of this – and they don’t want to understand, too. And that’s why I’m so strong against these celebrities who speak out, saying ‘Oh, we can fight this through love, it’s not really violent, they don’t really mean it.’”

Higbie opined that political correctness has supplanted our need for security.

“We’re putting the political correctness of the Islamic culture over the lives of our citizens – and we need to stop that immediately,” Higbie urged.

After facing criticism for telling Perry to “go to hell,” Higbie has refused to apologize.

“No. I’m doubling down,” he told the Daily Caller.

“The problem is that Katy Perry lives in a bubble,” he continued. “She influences millions of young children who believe everything that comes out of her mouth. It’s irresponsible of her to say something like this, when she has no understanding of the situation. Open borders would be a disaster.”

Good fences make good neighbours.

Sadly, another sign of liberal America censoring free speech:

Interestingly, Youtube quickly removed the video of Katy Perry’s nonsense after it went viral across the internet, with people mocking her left and right.


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