The Dichotomy of the troubled Liberal Mind:

~ If a dude pretends to be a woman, you are required to pretend with him.

~ Somehow it’s un-American and racist for the census to count how many Americans are in America.

~ Foreign interference in our elections is bad, but illegal aliens voting in our elections is good.

~ Sexualizing children is bad, but 11-year-old drag queens are good.

~ Illegal aliens aren’t required to show ID, but American citizens can’t buy cough medicine without it.

~ People who have never owned slaves should pay reparations to people who have never been slaves.

~ Inflammatory rhetoric is outrageous, but harassing people in restaurants is virtuous.

~ People who couldn’t afford college should pay for everyone else’s.

~ Illegal aliens with diseases are welcome, but you’d better be able to prove your dog is vaccinated.

~ $5 billion for border security is too expensive, but $1.5 trillion for “free” health care for illegal aliens is not.

~ If you cheat to get into college you go to prison, but if you cheat to get into the country you go to college for free.

~ People who say there is no such thing as a gender are demanding a female President.

~ Fourth-of-July parades are bad, but parades about abortion and Gender Dysphoria are good. …. btw, pointing out any or all this hypocrisy somehow makes you a “racist”.

~ Fourth of July parades, political rallies are bad but destroying our national monuments, having riots and burning down local businesses is just expressing your first amendment rights.

Helping The Hong Kong People.

Senators Propose Giving Hong Kong Residents Priority as Refugees

(Bloomberg) — A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is proposing giving refugee status to Hong Kong residents at risk of persecution by the government for taking part in protests.

Marco Rubio sitting at a table: Senator Marco Rubio in Washington, D.C. on June 10, 2020.© Bloomberg Senator Marco Rubio in Washington, D.C. on June 10, 2020.
The legislation was introduced Tuesday in response to the government in Beijing adopting a new national security law that asserts broad new powers over Hong Kong to rein in critics.

Marco Rubio sitting at a table: Senator Marco Rubio in Washington, D.C. on June 10, 2020.