On last night's show, I explained how the Czech Republic's recent election was a repudiation of open borders and the influence of George Soros.
Of the parties that finished in the top four, three are right-wing and one is an anti-establishment "Pirate Party". The Czech voters sent a clear signal that they have no desire to embrace the open borders policies of Germany and France.
I recently made the case that Austria and Poland are now the safest countries in Europe for Jews because of their strong stance against Islamism and Globalism. The results of the Czech election suggest they are moving in the same direction as other east-central European nations.