Welcome, welcome, welcome, Ed Martin here and the Pro America Report. Great to be with you, and I’m so pleased it is just such an interesting time.
And today, well, I’m not going to let us get distracted by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s horrendous cancer and the question I’ve asked, which is I got in trouble with my wife.
I didn’t get in trouble with anyone else, but in these modern times when someone says that they are 87, they have 16 types of cancer, including a recurrence of liver cancer. There is a conversation about hospice.
Now, I’m a big pro-lifer, so I actually don’t like hospice. I think they’re awfully quick. There are some people who are now studying whether during the Wuhan virus time, there’s not a very quick hook where people get sent to hospice.
So there’s a lot to this, but anyway I got in trouble. I’m not going to talk about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I’m not going to talk about the president’s campaign manager — changes — who cares doesn’t matter.
I’m not going to get distracted by any of these stories. I’m going to get us back to one of the most important issues that is facing this country and will be at stake in this election, and we’ve got to cover it a lot between now and the election because it’s slipping past us yet again.
And it’s slipping past us because — because the establishment and the mainstream media and everybody would prefer that we not talk about it and that is of course —
Immigration and the question of illegal immigration, a question of legal immigration —
All those things that are surrounding this election — they’re the number one thing — and in a few minutes, we’re going to have an interview with Lloyd Marcus, an African-American, funny dude, man.
He’s a funny funny activist. He does Pro Trump songs, and then I’ve been waiting for this interview for a long time. About a week and a half since his book came out, Joel Pollak will join us from Brietbart.
Joel’s got a new book called, Red November.
The subtitles: Will the Country Vote Red for Trump or Red for Socialism?
That’s the title of the book. The book is actually more interesting than the title.
Cause the title is well that’s what the elections about. Actually, the book is about his experience covering the Democrat primary, and it’s really interesting. Joel Pollack’s a great writer. We’ll talk with him.
But back to what you need to know today — the number one issue and again it’s a top issue in this election, and it’s being lost because they’re trying to distract us with the Wuhan virus. Very serious. You know, how do we go back to school — very difficult — all these kinds of things, right?
They’re trying to get all the different kinds of scenarios — all these things. But here’s the thing you have to get back to —
On the ballot, in the fall, is a choice. Directional.
Yesterday. Joe Biden gave a little statement. And by the way, he looks so terrible in terms of his health. It’s really kind of elder abuse.
It’s really elder abuse that no one is intervening and saying look your 77 years old, you know, you shouldn’t have to go through this.
This is really mean. It’s really elder abuse.
If you were doing it to someone — if you were making someone be — I don’t know what — play a role in your life or in business and they were as impaired as Joe Biden is — you would be in trouble for doing this to him.
It wouldn’t be right. It’s really wrong.
But anyway, yesterday, Joe Biden, he did a little statement. He read it. He said, “I will reverse on my first day the Muslim ban.”
Now, there is no such thing as a Muslim ban, but there is a set of bans — a couple of them actually — a ban on travel and immigration from certain nations that happen to be a majority Muslim, who are really nasty to us.
He’s going to reverse that.
Joe Biden said late last week, he will seek actively a pathway to citizenship that is amnesty for all the illegal immigrants that are here illegally.
That’s 20 + million people. Instantly, made citizens under Joe Biden.
He said he’d stick with DACA. He said he and — every question he is on the other side of “We the people,” and here’s the real problem with this —
We’ve talked about it before, but who’s in charge of America’s immigration system?
Is it “We the people” through our elected officials, or is it the cartels on the border that engineer it, so that people can come in ?
Or is it the big businesses in the country that engineer it, so people can come in and then stay illegally?
300000 + Chinese students who enroll in American universities right now.
Is that a decision we want? Is that what we want?
I don’t want it.
I want to change.
You know, we have instances — one is over on breitbart.com — there was — about two three days ago. There was an illegal alien who attacked a jogger.
You know, there’s instances of violent crime, and there’s always violent crime in America, but it does bring you back to that Kate Steinle thing.
Why can’t we make it so that we worry about our citizens first?
Why can’t we do that?
You know, the president is about to — I’m told — is about to do some sort of executive order to try to force an illegal alien count in the census because they won’t be allowed to count in the census.
You know, congressman or congresswoman, Maxine Waters, represents a district in California where more than 50% of the people in that district are illegal aliens.
Think about that.
I mean, this is crazy. You know, and there’s only really two choices of direction now.
It’s the Trump Republican Party — a lot of the establishment Republican Party would prefer to go back to — you know, the soft on immigration, but the Trump Republican Party —
Another example of that is in Florida, Governor DeSantis signed e-verifed down there, so that you are required as a business to check the status of people that you’re hiring.
Right, so the direction — or the direction of that — the Trump direction where you’re back to the direction is — the people who want open borders and whatever you want and that’s the Biden way.
And here’s the problem — bigger problem
You know this.
Now, I’m going to tell you that you need to know it and hammer it home.
Right now, we have — we’re all immigrants — in the history of our country we all came here at some point — depending on how far back and all that, of course.
So that’s always a canard. You know they throw at you, “Oh, you’re an immigrant…”
Of course, it’s an immigrant nation, but the immingration nation experience — when you came to America after 1776 — after 1789-1791, we finalized the Bill of Rights — when you came to this country you came and became —
You assimilated into the American Constitutional System.
The American Constitutional System, and you became a part of that.
You didn’t become a citizen of just another country. You became an American, and the America you joined onto had a certain hue to it — a certain Judeo-Christian ethics.
You didn’t have to be Judeo-Christian.
You don’t have to be Jewish or Christian to be here, but you had to subscribe to the Judeo-Christian ethic and allow that to be the operating system with — the operating manual — the Constitution — to make the thing work.
And now because we have 20 plus million illegal aliens and lots of failed education — lots of people that are really just poorly educated — maladjusted — misinformed
There’s not a racial component to any of this, by the way — there’s not an ethinic component — you could be white liberals, you could be black liberals, you could be old, young whatever — and because they’re misinformed —
They’re saying well, maybe this America we can welcome people here who don’t have to become American. You can just be in America. You can become a citizen of this nation, or you can become American.
And we have always required that we become American.
It’s a part of our deal.
And so, we’re at a point here where — for lots of good reasons — lots of reasons you can see — let’s take a pause.
Let’s slow down.
Let’s not let more people come in that may or may not be in our system — for the right reasons
You know, there’s all kinds of abuses on the edges.
There’s the anchor baby — you know, the so-called anchor baby — the birthright citizenship where we had tens of thousands of people who come here, have a baby, the baby becomes a citizen, and then it kind of brings in the rest of the family —
But that’s small potatoes compared to 20 million illegal aliens becoming citizens.
And the tens of millions that would come — as soon as we would say that would be the system.
So that’s what’s at stake.
What you need to know is — what’s at stake in the fall election — besides all these other things they talk about — Joe Biden this and Donald Trump that is —
Who’s going to decide what America looks like and is.
And by the way, that’s not a race question.
There’s plenty of dark skin, light skin, brown, black, whatever white people who have the same positions I’m talking about and some that don’t.
It’s not about your color.
It’s about what you’re buying into in America.
That’s what you need to know — that’s what’s at stake.
That’s what’s at stake. And that’s what we’re going to be talking more about, and you’re going to be hearing more about, and you’re going to be seeing more about.
I think that there’s more Americans than ever that agree with the president on putting Americans first.
Before we get to welcoming and changing our world around — our nation, our health system, our education system, all of which are huge costs because we’re taking care of illegal aliens.
Before we do all that, we’re going to put Americans first. That’s what’s on the ballot.
That’s what’s on the ballot.
In the fall — Alright, we got to take a break.
When we come back, I said we’ll have the great Lloyd Marcus, and then we’ll talk with Joel Pollock.
It’s Ed Martin here on the Pro America Report. Be right back.