Charlamagne tha God Shocks Panel When He Praises Genius Ron DeSantis for Exposing Dem Hypocrisy on Immigration


Charlamagne, the God who calls Florida Governor. Ron DeSantis (R), a “genius”, last Thursday exposed the hypocrisy in Democrats’ immigration policies.

Charlamagne said that DeSantis was a shining example of the double standard of sanctimonious Democrats who are outraged at Republican governors transporting migrants into sanctuary cities.

“For months Republican governors have sent busloads of illegal immigrants to sanctuary areas like New York, D.C., and Chicago with the message, ‘If they like them so much. They’re yours. OK?’ Charlamagne began. “Well, just in time for Hispanic Heritage Month Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis stepped up the game and sent two planefuls to the East Coast with immigrants, including one flight full of them, to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, the elites’ favorite island.

He declared, “I think it’s genius.”

Charlamagne claims that Republican governors are making it difficult for Democrats to show they don’t want immigrants in their communities, despite declaring themselves migrant sanctuaries.

He said, “But I wish that governors such as Ron DeSantis or Greg Abbott would give Democratic mayors and governors more notice because that would expose the hypocrisy in the Democrats, which are they don’t want immigrants here either.”

Charlamagne’s panel, which included Angela Rye and Malcolm Gladwell, made some important points.

Wood pointed out, for example, that sanctuary city, which is mainly run by Democrats are the “same as cities that send out their homeless people outside counties.”

“A lot of these Democratic cities, “Oh, we love humans, oh, we love people. You homeless man, get out of here! They have already hidden people. Wood stated that many of the Republicans who are making complaints about Democrats are doing something similar in their own counties.

Rye asked Rye why the U.S. government sends billions to Ukraine to fight its war with Russia, while the border crisis and migrant crisis continue stateside.

“Why don’t we use these same resources to help immigrant communities here?” She asked.

Rye claimed that Republican governors send migrants out of their states due to their brown skin. This is not always true. Hispanic people can be born with any skin tone, from light brown to dark brown.

Rye’s claim must be proven true by explaining why Martha’s Vineyard expelled the migrants from Cape Cod.

According to U.S. Census data, 89% of Duke County’s residents are white. It seems that Rye’s claim about the inverse is true.


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