Gavin McInnes writes:
Like in London, burqas were everywhere and like Londoners, Pennsylvanians didn’t seem to care. While walking to see the house where Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, we were stuck behind a family of nine that included two children in wheelchairs and three women completely hidden in their black polyester bag suits. I don’t have a problem with handicapped children, obviously, but one can’t help but think, “How did they get here?” It took me ten years to get my green card. Why does Ellis Island now take on gigantic families in need of round-the-clock care? Today they’re clogging up the street and preventing us from seeing American history. Tomorrow they’re rewriting it completely. It’s possible the only good thing about 9/11 is that immigrating Muslims assume New York City hates them and choose neighboring cities such as Boston and Philadelphia. All praise is due to Allah.
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