Democrat Franklin Roosevelt turned away thousands of Jewish refugees, Ocean liner St. Louis alone had 937 passengers, Hypocrite Democrats & Jews attack Trump
“Human Traffickers and Criminal Elements in Caravan”…Chris Farrell, Judicial Watch
“exclusive information and photos from Guatemalan authorities revealing that they have recovered seven unaccompanied minors from human smugglers working inside the caravan.”…Judicial Watch
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
As my mom always said “The guilty dog barks the loudest.”
The Democrats, including many Jews, have been attacking President Trump for doing his job and protecting the borders.
The Democrats, including members of the KKK, have a long history of human rights abuses.
Democrat Franklin Roosevelt turned away thousands of Jewish refugees before and during World War II.
From The Smithsonian.
“In a long tradition of “persecuting the refugee,” the State Department and FDR claimed that Jewish immigrants could threaten national security”
“World War II prompted the largest displacement of human beings the world has ever seen—although today’s refugee crisis is starting to approach its unprecedented scale. But even with millions of European Jews displaced from their homes, the United States had a poor track record offering asylum. Most notoriously, in June 1939, the German ocean liner St. Louis and its 937 passengers, almost all Jewish, were turned away from the port of Miami, forcing the ship to return to Europe; more than a quarter died in the Holocaust.
Government officials from the State Department to the FBI to President Franklin Roosevelt himself argued that refugees posed a serious threat to national security. Yet today, historians believe that Bahr’s case was practically unique—and the concern about refugee spies was blown far out of proportion.”
“These suspicions seeped into American immigration policy. In late 1938, American consulates were flooded with 125,000 applicants for visas, many coming from Germany and the annexed territories of Austria. But national quotas for German and Austrian immigrants had been set firmly at 27,000.
Immigration restrictions actually tightened as the refugee crisis worsened. Wartime measures demanded special scrutiny of anyone with relatives in Nazi territories—even relatives in concentration camps. At a press conference, President Roosevelt repeated the unproven claims from his advisers that some Jewish refugees had been coerced to spy for the Nazis. “Not all of them are voluntary spies,” Roosevelt said. “It is rather a horrible story, but in some of the other countries that refugees out of Germany have gone to, especially Jewish refugees, they found a number of definitely proven spies.””