October 13, 2018

Katie Hopkins: Open borders Greens seek coalition with anti-migrant CSU

Katie HopkinsShillman Fellow
Here in a polite part of town, the Green Party are handing out children’s windmills and organic apples. 

Their polite message of positivity is seen as the antidote to the angst of the right, bickering over the migration issues.

I asked how they see their policies of open borders and pro-migrant stance working in coalition with the CSU - who want to refuse asylum seekers at the border.

I can’t help but notice how all this warm cuddly stuff makes people feel good about themselves - but in terms of the real frustrations and the resentment felt by ordinary Germans, the Green Party avoid the issues rather than address them.

They are on track to take a massive 18% of the vote. And are expected to take second place in the Bavarian election results.

 

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commented 2018-10-19 19:32:28 -0400
Thanks Ron Joseph. Not sure what happened to Katie in the final lap?
commented 2018-10-15 10:28:26 -0400
Andy Neimers Hey Katie, what happened?… Bavarian election results are now in…

That’s what I said, and I donated thinking that I would get an unbiased opinion and the quickest results!! At the time I posted Dr. Turley’s results, Katie was still guessing on Twitter.
commented 2018-10-15 02:32:01 -0400
Hey Katie, what happened?… Bavarian election results are now in…
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