One thing that everyone likely knows about the liberal talking point playbook is that they will do anything that they can to try and twist the true points of a conversation around to where it makes someone sound like they are against something they had never said they were against.
Just because you like something, doesn’t mean you hate something else.
I like to eat chicken does not mean that I hate eating seafood. As a matter of fact, I probably like seafood more than I do chicken. Simple enough right?
Now your average liberal will try to say that if I like to eat chicken than this means that I hate everything else.
They will also take a square peg and try to fit the thing into a round hole. They will try to take situations that have nothing to do with each other and have discussions about the what if scenarios of the both of them being melded together.
Take the story of the birth of Jesus for example, you had a situation where a family was traveling for a census. In other words, they were traveling within their own country to do government paperwork. The same way you might go to a courthouse to pay a traffic ticket or something. A little bit different than going to another country illegally.
Thursday at a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) told Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen that Jesus Christ would have “perished” if President Donald Trump’s border policies had been in place when the Holy Family had to flee King Herod’s order to execute male children two years old and under.
Discussing separating children from their families, Gutierrez said, “It is repugnant to me and astonishing to me that during Christmas…a time in which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ—a Jesus Christ who had to flee for his life with Mary and Joseph. Thank God there wasn’t a wall that stopped him from seeking refuge in Egypt. Thank God that wall wasn’t there. And thank God there wasn’t an administration like this or he would have too perished on the 28th, on the Day of Innocence when Herod ordered the murder of every child under two years of age.”
He added, “Shame on everybody that separates children and allows them to stay at the other side of the border fearing death, fearing hunger, fearing sickness! Shame on us for wearing our badge of Christianity during Christmas and allow the secretary to come here and lie!”