Vincente Fox

Going all the way back to when Trump first declared his candidacy there has been much talk, from both sides of the aisle, about his inability to act ‘presidential’.  There has also been much questioning of whether or not he has the right temperament to be president.  But I have to ask, is such criticism something that’s reserved uniquely for Mr. Trump?  I’m just curious?  And after one has served as the president of one’s country isn’t there a level of expectation regarding one’s behavior?  Apparently such is not the case for former presidents of Mexico.  Ya, I know, big surprise right?

I only mention this because it seemed that the ex-president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, had a message for Donald Trump prior to his meeting with Mexican President Peña Nieto.  And that message was: “We reject your visit.”  It was during an appearance on CNN with Chris ‘Douche Bag’ Cuomo on Wednesday that Fox outright dismissed Trump’s visit, saying the Mexican people will give him the most royal unwelcome.   Now if I’m not mistaken, I was pretty sure that Mr. Trump had been invited to visit by the current Mexican president.  Is that not actually the case?

Ex-president Fox said, “First of all, let me tell you, he is not welcome to Mexico.”  And he went to tell Cuomo, “By 130 million people, we don’t like him, we don’t want him, we reject his message.”  Taking into consideration that Trump respectfully accepted Nieto’s invite to visit, Fox wrote it off as being nothing but a “political stunt” that put President Peña at risk.  He said, “I don’t understand why President Peña has offered this opportunity. I think it’s nothing more than a political stunt. Trump is using Mexico, he’s using President Peña to boost his sinking poll numbers.”

Fox went on to say, “I think the President Peña is taking an enormous political risk by hosting Trump. If he’s gone soft on Trump, it will hurt him greatly. He will even be considered like a traitor because we don’t accept to be offended like we just heard and that should not happen — he comes here with a smile on his face. I think this is a big mistake on part of President Peña.”  I think we can all agree that Fox has largely revealed himself as classless act amidst this election, dropping F-bombs and flipping the bird towards Donald Trump on nearly every occasion.  He’s an embarrassment to his country.

Hypocritical leftists such as himself, of course, thought these crass stunts were comic genius while simultaneously deriding Trump for his sometimes off-color sense of humor.  Since exclaiming on national television, “I will not build that f–cking wall,” Fox made himself a sworn enemy of Trump, and their feud continued Wednesday on Twitter when Trump Tweeted: “Former President Vicente Fox, who is railing against my visit to Mexico today, also invited me when he apologized for using the “f bomb.””  Fox fired back at Trump with his own tweet, calling him a liar.

Fox tweeted, “Stop lying!  Mexico is not yours to play with, show some respect.”  Now wouldn’t you think that after being the leader of his country Mr. Fox would have some manners?  Perhaps he may wish to heed his own advice.  Throughout this election – our election in our sovereign country – Fox has used foul language on our television stations and told our citizens how they should vote this coming November.  Show some respect, Mr. Fox.  In case you haven’t noticed, despite Barry’s best efforts we are not quite at the level of being the third world country that Mexico is.

Let’s get something straight right out of the gate here.  Vicente Fox is a globalist who was pushing a “Nafta-Plus” proposal which would create a EU like supranational government between North American countries.  So it’s no surprise that he doesn’t like Trump.  And let’s not forget that Fox himself is guilty of making statements that some might call racist.  Like the statement he made when he said, “There is no doubt that Mexicans, filled with dignity, willingness and ability to work, are doing jobs that not even blacks want to do there in the United States”.

If Mr. Trump isn’t welcome in Mexico then perhaps the many Americans who travel there are not welcome either.  Funny thing is, they don’t have to build a wall, no one from here will be sneaking into Mexico unless they are running from the law or trafficking drugs.  Must be nice to throw around your vulgarities about one of our own when you know darn well your country is a flaming sh*thole of neglected residents who live in constant fear because Mexico’s leadership doesn’t possess the necessary gonads to take whatever measures are necessary to keep the Mexican people safe.

If anything, all Fox has really managed to accomplish by his pathetically juvenile behavior is to assist in proving the point, that many Americans already have of him and his people.  That those south of the border, no matter what their station in life might be, tend to be of the opinion that they are somehow owed something by those of us in America.  We are the well which they continue to go back to and with every intention of doing so until either the well runs dry or we who own the well finally work up the gumption to put up a wall between them and the well.  Enter Mr. Trump and his “Great, Great Wall!”

And how dare we even consider doing such a thing?  How dare we limit those who want to come into ‘our’ country?  But with that said, how many Americans have ever taken a peak at what it is that Mexican Immigration laws state?  Because if they did I think they’d be more than just a little surprised to find out that Mexican law is much more stringent than is American law when it comes to just who it is that the Mexican government will allow into that country.  And they might even be more surprised, shocked even, to find out that Mexico has its own border wall in ‘its’ southern border.  Go figure!


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