Pelosi Makes In-Kind Donation to Trump 2020

Pelosi would rather attack President Trump than address the plague that is MS-13

Minority Leader Pelosi addressed President Trump’s comments about MS-13 being animals.

“There’s a spark of divinity in every person on Earth and that we all have to recognize that as we respect the dignity and worth of every person,” Pelosi said and later adding, “Calling people animals is not a good thing.”

I honestly didn’t think it could get any worse. Spark of divinity? Respect the dignity and worth of every person? Did she really stick up for MS-13 members?

Like recent news of super-STDs, it appears that victims of Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is evolving. Carriers of TDS can no longer think critically or objectively, often foam at the mouth whenever President Trump addresses (any) issues, and hang out on Twitter more often than they should.

MS-13 members are savages. Anyone who forces another into sexual prostitution is an animal. A barbarian. There is no other way to explain it. There's nothing divine about that behavior or those people.

Here’s an example of how barbarians/animals/savages behave:

Ayala-Rivera, a high-ranking local MS-13 leader who goes by the nickname "Noctorno," pimps out a number of underage girls from a number of states.

On Aug. 1, 2017, the source said Pena-Rodriguez, Romero-Rivera, Ayala-Rivera, plus two other men, used a solid bat to beat the girl behind the single-family home along Valley View Avenue. The men reportedly took turns whacking the 15-year-old girl's flailing body — 28 swings in total.

Her injuries included an "indented" buttocks, discolored arms and legs, and visible bleeding from the neck down.

A second unnamed source would later tell cops that Ayala-Rivera ('Noctorno') ordered the backyard clubbing because he felt the victim was "not doing a good job as an MS-13 prostitute." The same source revealed Ayala-Rivera ('Noctorno') raked in a lot of money by trafficking teenage girls to men of all ages.

Spark of divinity. Respect the dignity and worth of every person. Keep on playing to that base, Nancy. Pander for those votes no matter if it costs you your soul.

Then there’s the story of a 12-year-old runaway who met Juarez-Santamaria. Santamaria is a member of MS-13. The 12-year-old runaway asked Santamaria for help, instead he began prostituting the victim throughout the metro-D.C. area. She “worked” every day.

Depending on the prostitute’s age — younger girls commanded a premium — the men charged $40 to $100 for 15 to 30 minutes of sex. At least one MS-13 member offered discounts to customers who brought more men.

The gang members also had sex with the girls, whom they met at schools, parties or through friends. Most of the victims were runaways who felt they had nowhere to turn for help. One 15-year-old told authorities that she met an MS-13 member after a middle school dance, FBI agents wrote in court papers, and a 14-year-old runaway told authorities that she met her pimp in a park.

Spark of divinity. Respect the dignity and worth of every person. $40 to $100 to steal a little girl's innocence.

Pelosi isn’t the only one. As we stated yesterday and today in numerous columns across the Resurgent, there are scores of other celebrities/politicians/media types who would rather attack President Trump than address the real issue here.

Funny, I haven’t heard one of President Trump’s critics or those suffering from TDS condemn MS-13 or any of their brutal activities.

Not. One.

Sad.

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JaneKMiller
JaneKMiller

Trump isn't talking about only MS-13 members in every single one of the policies he actually enacts. His actual words here can be interpreted two ways based on the context. The context overwhelmingly supports him lumping in non-criminals with a tiny minority of criminals.

The proper abstraction for all of the people coming over our borders is, "human beings", not "murders", "rapists", "evil", "animals", and so on.

Collectivism is the act of using a person's membership of a group to judge them. It usually consists of a writer using one or just a few examples of members of the group and imparting that value judgement on everybody in the group.

For example:

  1. All Jews love to hoard money.
  2. All Germans are anti-semite Nazis.
  3. All Japanese people are good at math.
  4. All Christians are Trump supporters.
  5. All Mexicans are MS-13.

And so on. The broad term for this is error "collectivism". Collectivism is an invalid form of abstraction, not the same as abstraction.

Diogenes
Diogenes

C'mon Jane. Trump was clearly, ever so clearly, referring to MS-13 gang members. One of their requirements for membership is that you extinguish any "spark of divinity" that might reside in you. By the way, collectivism and generalization (to a degree) are the only way a human can function. If we had to treat every chair or every leaf as the truly unique thing it is, our minds would overload. That said, people aren't leaves... but there are valid (and invalid) "generalizations" that can be made about any of us. As for MS-13, it is thoroughly evil. Evil. Far worse than the word "animals" would suggest.

JaneKMiller
JaneKMiller

@thefirst -- You can get a driver's license at any DMV. It's not hard. Does that mean people who drive without a license are murderers and animals?

Why would Pelosi "probably" have better (or worse) moral values than people crossing our border illegally? How would you know? Have you met every single one of them? (What you are doing is called, "collectivism": judging individuals by the group the belong).

thefirstRowdyone
thefirstRowdyone

That should have read: She probably has no better moral values or Christian virtues.

thefirstRowdyone
thefirstRowdyone

Perhaps I should also point out that Sen. Pelosi is no different than those crossing the border; except she is here legally, has a government job and a lot of money. Otherwise she is just a human being with the same needs and desires! She probably has
better moral values or Christian virtues.