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Trump Says Shooting Immigrants At Border Is ‘Very Effective’ But ‘We Can’t Do It’

Our president, Donald Trump, was doing one of his lame call-ins to Sean Hannity when he talked about his border policy, flippantly remarking that the U.S. doesn’t shoot those attempting to cross the border with machine guns even though that’s “a very effective way of doing it.”

It’s unclear, in Trump Brain™ terms, whether this is a very bad joke or rather Trump bragging about how virtuous his administration is for only caging immigrants and not blatantly executing them. It seems like the latter.

In Trumps semi-coherent words:

“We need to defend our country.  People pouring in. I mean they are pouring…Now we’re capturing these people. We’re getting them. But, you know, we don’t do like other countries. Other countries stand there with machine guns ready to fire. We can’t do that and I wouldn’t want to do that, OK? It’s a very effective way of doing it and I wouldn’t want to do it, we can’t do it. But we do…if we have barriers and we have the wall….”

Observers expressed concern that Trump’s rhetoric would inspire immigration-obsessives to acts of violence, especially after anti-immigrant mass shootings like the recent massacre in Christchurch, NZ.

Trump’s deranged and brutal statement managed to inspire a new level of disgust in those watching.

h/t: Fox News