Democrat solution to border migration is to turn US into Venezuela so no one will want to come here

Roger L. Simon:
How many times do we have to learn that socialism doesn't work, that, as Margaret Thatcher said, at some point you run out of "other people's money," that sooner or later all the teary idealism, the stirring strains of The Internationale, devolve into gulags and death squads? Wasn't the Soviet Union enough, Communist China, Cambodia, North Korea, Cuba, etc....?

Now those death squads appear to have surfaced in Venezuela, the wealthiest country in Latin America before Hugo Chavez brought his brand of socialism to the then oil-rich nation.
Venezuelan security forces have carried out hundreds of arbitrary killings under the guise of fighting crime, the UN's human rights body says.

In a report, it cites "shocking" accounts of young men being killed during operations, often in poor districts, over the past three years.

The UN's human rights chief said no-one was being held to account, suggesting the rule of law was "virtually absent".
Caracas is now the world's most violent city. The people are starving and without medicine as inflation goes through the proverbial roof. The rich flee to Miami and the poor to Colombia. Venezuela is the shell of itself, a disaster area, currently close to the saddest story on Earth, given where it started.
There is more.  Simon then discusses the Democrats' embrace of an avowed socialist defeating one of the Democrat leaders of the House.  It is clear to most sentient beings outside the Democrat party that one has to be both historically and economically illiterate to embrace socialism/communism.  It is an economic disaster where ever it is imposed.  The Democrats are pleased to have nominated a former waitress who favors these failed ideologies.  Before trying that, she should try being a waitress in Cuba or Venezuela.


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