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The Rubin Report : Brigitte Gabriel on Donald Trump and Illegal Immigration (Pt. 2)

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  1. If I were to run into Brigitte Gabriel on the street, I would shake her hand, give her kisses on both cheeks and do a couple on back flips. And I know I’d have to stand in a very long line to do it. Finally, SANITY. God bless you, Brigitte. 👏👏👏

  2. Brigitte Gabriel (national security expert) joins Dave (empty vessel sailing in whichever direction his guest takes him) to discuss their support of Donald Trump, their experience as an immigrant and why they oppose illegal immigration and support a border wall, the importance of local activism, and more.

  3. I can't find anything confirming public defacation laws in Denver. It seems to still be illegal but penalties for public urination were reduced. Anyone have any links? What Brigitte said seems a little extreme.

  4. I Wish they send some of these anifa activist and soy boys back to my country and see why i came to america and became AMERICAN CITIZEN!!..They would NOT last to one hour were i from!!!

  5. Brigitte Gabriel is NOT a national security "expert"! If she was, she would know what really happened in the 9/11. I don't know if she is no more then a patsy or she knows what happened and is part of it.

  6. I really like her, she has 1st hand knowledge of the dangers of Islam . People should learn from her experiences. I love how she talks about Trump. She is right we need a fighter & Trump is a fighter! ! She is also a fighter! ! Best wishes 🙂

  7. She needs to think a bit more before she talks. Canada, Australia, or Germany don't play the national anthem before sporting events? Uhhh… did she actually go to those countries and if so, did she actually attend a sporting event? Better yet, has she ever watched one on a TV broadcast from those countries?

    This might seem like a nit-pick but if she can be so far off base on something this simple, imagine what else she's wrong about.

  8. Yea yea you hate emasculated men, unless they're brown like you ah? MAGA is a great idea without the racial slant. You're playing for the Nazis woman, the Nazis aren't pro American they're pro Arya. And you're not.


    1. The most significant reason for Natives decline was disease – an invisible killer that wiped out an estimated 90% of the population. the native Indians got through disease killed because they did not have an immune system that handles smallpox so that is not genocide..

    Spreading disease was not intentional on the part of the colonist

    The Europeans did not know or even understand at the time why the native Indians was dying … And the Europeans did not come to the new world to infect the native Indians with white man sickness it was never there intentions

    2. It was not the USA or even the forefathers of America that took smallpox with them to the new world it was the Spanish, Dutch, French and the English as USA did not become a nation before after the war if independence with the British and the native Indians was fighting on the rebels (American ) side at the time fighting to kick out the British and King George ..

    You can not blame the USA for something that happened when the US. did not even exist in history as America THE NATION WE KNOW TODAY did not see the light of day before after The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), also known as the American War of Independence..

    3. How did this happen that all of those native Americans died …..??

    The short answer is that Europeans simply had more robust immune systems. Several factors contributed to this: first, Europeans had been the caretakers of domestic animals for thousands of years and had over time grown (somewhat) immune to the common diseases that accompanied the domestication of such food sources. Native Americans, on the other hand, were largely hunters and gatherers, and even in some domestication cases, it’s thought exposure was limited.

    Also, the Europeans’ bodies had to adapt to dealing with many of those diseases, and for those who survived, their immune systems thrived as a result.

    The third factor is travel and exchange. Groups of people and animals moved around a lot in Europe and had interactions particularly through war and trade, resulting in the spread of disease across continents—and, eventually, some level of immunity for the survivors.

    It has also been speculated that lack of genetic diversity may also have contributed to certain European diseases wiping out such a huge percentage of Native American populations. All Native Americans are thought to have descended from just a few very small groups of people. Thus, with this theory, a disease that one Native American is extremely susceptible to would have equally deadly effects on most all Native Americans, unlike the more genetically diverse Europeans.

    4. Also after the war of independence when the USA became a reality the US did not do anything that can be called genocide …

    Why you ask ???

    Well because the massacres of Indians do not constitute genocide.

    There is no way that the Indian wars, including every single massacre – even if it wasn't a massacre, but the Indian version of the story is that it was a massacre – add up to anything like genocide.

    In addition to the fact that the numbers don't justify it, there is the matter of intent. If the white man had intended to remove the Indian from the United States, he would have done a much more efficient job of it, and he wouldn't have put thousands of them on reservations, where they still live to this day.

    What is GENOCIDE: The deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group.

    a) The Indians were not destroyed.

    b) There was no deliberate OR systematic destruction OR attempt to destroy the Indians) Therefore, there was no genocide

    Also we must not forget that the first Europeans though careful to maintain peace with the natives (as the natives outnumbered them in the millions ) and to settle in places that would be as inoffensive as was reasonable, they were attacked reasonably quickly, beginning with the famed Indian Massacre of 1622 — which nearly wiped out the entire settlement — and continuing in warfare for a decade thereafter. This played out in similar form in Massachusetts and elsewhere, and continued to do so through many decades to come.

    The psychology of the settlers has to be understood in this light. Ignore all the superficial matters: the Indians were racist too, both sides thought of their own civilization as superior, everyone involved had shortcomings.

    That's not the point. The point is that once the settlers had been forced to defend their land in warfare, they believed — just as the Indians also believed — that it was theirs by right of victory, regardless of other considerations.

    And unlike the Indians, they were building things — Harvard College, for instance — and not just passing through, or hunting, or whatever. They felt that those things mattered, and they'd paid for them with the blood of loved ones.

    In case you folks don't know your history about the indigenous people…you know… The native Indians that inhabited, what's known now as – the United States of America. Get familiarized with the "whole" truth and see that they weren't the peaceful and innocent people you may have been taught… and that Columbus (sent by the Spanish )and the other Europeans were just devils that came and mercilessly slaughtered and took their land away from them. Some people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their lifelong Illusions of reality destroyed ~ America for truth

    That’s right — many indigenous peoples The Native Americans practiced cannibalism upon those they had conquered and oppressed. Is that really what leftists want to celebrate?

    “Long before the white European knew a North American continent existed, Indians of the Northern Plains were massacring entire villages,” explained George Franklin Feldman, author of the book “Cannibalism, Headhunting and Human Sacrifice in North America: A History Forgotten.”

    “And not just killed, but mutilated,” Feldman added. “Hands and feet were cut off, each body’s head was scalped, the remains were left scattered around the village, which was burned.”

    Tony Seybert, the author of “Slavery and Native Americans in British North America and the United States: 1600 to 1865,” noted that the practice of slavery was already well-established in America prior to its discovery and subsequent settlement by the Europeans.



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