CNN’s Ana Navarro comes from Nicaragua – a nation with among the lowest murder rates in Latin America, a continent ravaged by violence linked to gangs and cartels spawned by the drug trade.
Just miles north-west of Nicaragua’s border with Honduras is El Salvador, a nation where MS-13 does more to run the country (by fear) than the government. Thanks to MS-13 (and their bloody war with El Salvador’s “18th Street” gang), El Salvador is the world’s murder capital, with a homicide rate 22 times higher than in the U.S.
The gang’s motto is “kill, rape, control” – and it shows. Anyone that’s read of MS-13’s crimes knows that they contain a level of brutality alien to anyone that isn’t an animal.
And speaking of animals, Mrs. Navarro was fortunate to be born in one of the few Latin American countries where she wouldn’t have to worry about random acts of violence from gangs like the MS-13.
Had she witnessed their brutality or lived in fear under their control, perhaps she wouldn’t be acting as an apologist for the feelings of rapists and murderers. Speaking on CNN’s “New Day,” Navarro blasted President Donald Trump for referring to MS-13 animals for what they are, animals.
In her words, such comments dehumanize people, which is just like Hitler or something.
.@AnaNavarro accuses President Trump of "dehumanizing people" by referring to "animals" during a discussion on immigration: "It's what the Nazis did. It's what slave owners did. It's not what Americans do," she says, advising him to "measure his words" pic.twitter.com/FUUEtLpFxb
— New Day (@NewDay) May 17, 2018
The Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra did some internet sleuthing and humorously found that Navarro has used the term “animal” to refer to one person in particular….. Donald Trump. In an October 10, 2016 tweet, Navarro wrote: “Should Donald Trump drop out of the race? Yes. He should drop out of the human race. He is an animal. Apologies to animals.”
Should Donald Trump drop out of the race? Yes. He should drop out of the human race.
He is an animal. Apologies to animals.
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) October 10, 2016
Don’t you know? This is what the Nazis did. This is what slave owners did. This is not that Americans do.
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