The contrast between America’s patriots and Snowflakes was never greater than February 16, 2017, a day when illegal immigrants refused to work, believing it would bring the country to a standstill. It didn’t. Their cute ploy, which they named “A Day Without Immigrants,” was hardly noticeable. In fact, I noticed no change at all.
Is today a #daywithoutimmigrants or, more accurately, a day without illegals? We may find out we don't need them so badly after all
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) February 16, 2017
The yearly costs of illegal immigration, passed to American taxpayers are ~ $113 billion.#DayWithoutImmigrants
— Linda Suhler, PhD (@LindaSuhler) February 16, 2017
On the same day, President Trump signed HG Resolution 38 repealing Barack Hussein’s attempt to kill America’s coal industry, saving 70,000 American jobs in the process.
With coal miners and coal state legislators looking on, President Trump kept another campaign promise, bringing King Coal back to life. The president then led the coal miners into the Oval Office and on a tour of the White House.
That moment when Chuck Todd calls Trump un-american after President Trump helps save coal miner jobs. Let that sink in…
— Gil (@therealgilp) February 16, 2017