In what appears to be yet another attempt on the part of Fox News to torpedo the candidacy of Donald Trump, it was Friday on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings With Maria Bartiromo,” that former president of Mexico Vicente Fox was provided with an opportunity to double down on his prior usage of profane language to say Mexico is not paying for a wall. And, of course, he also took the opportunity to say that he believes that Trump should drop out of the presidential race, saying, “I would invite this guy to withdraw from the race and go back to his business.”
Senor Fox said, “I can tell you he doesn’t know a little bit about macro-economics, he doesn’t know about history, he doesn’t recognize what NAFTA is all about. This very solid partnership that we have built together, three economies Canada, United States and Mexico. And he should learn that Mexico buys from the United States over a half a billion U.S. dollars worth of trade. And this is what he should consider. Building a wall is stupid. It will go against your best interest.” Say what? Go against whose best interest? What the Hell is this idiot talking about?
And then in reacting to Trump saying the “the wall just got 10 feet taller” after Fox’s previous statement, Senor Fox said, “My reaction is it’s more stupid. I mean, that’s a wrong thought. Immigration should be handled in a different manner, that’s why we have a proposal, I feel, in Congress presented by Senator McCain long time ago, that solves and makes the case of migration positive for the United States and Mexico. It’s not attacking everybody, attacking the Mexicans, attacking the Muslims. attacking women, attacking migrants. that’s not the way to go.”
And then Senor Fox went on to say, “That chair for the president of the United States is so elegant, so full of power that only people with ability with intelligence and with compassion have sat in that chair and this guy is out of the world. He thinks that by building a wall, which is only a consequence of the fear he builds inside, he feels fear. Only those who feel fear build walls.” Fox continued, “I would invite this guy to withdraw from the race and go back to his business and forget about what is a nation and what is the presidency of a nation.”
And it was to the shock of the host that Fox again said, “I am not gonna pay for that f*cking wall, I am not.” But really, who really gives a flying f*ck what some ex-president of Mexico has to say? And let’s face it, isn’t it really the drug cartels that run Mexico? And here's a better idea, maybe Senor Fox should retire to private life and shut the f*ck up. He’s just another globalist saying the wall "won't work" and "is stupid." Nothing of substance. And with immigrants (legal and illegal) sending $120 BILLION back to Mexico just last year, it is any wonder Fox is concerned about ‘Trump’s Wall?’
I would think Senor Fox would be a bit more forthcoming with aggressive actions towards the Drug cartels that are killing his citizenry making it possible for further illegal activities. But instead he focuses his attention and his rhetoric on ‘Trump’s Wall.” Why, because Mexico's number two source of income is the money being sent back to Mexico from those who, one way or another, come America. Build the wall and we can then watch Vinente Fox continue to sit in his third-world-shithole-of-a-country. One more reason to get it built. The sooner the better!
And about NAFTA, this fiasco was poorly conceived and is nothing but a magnet sucking resources and jobs from the U.S. And in return we get drugs and illegal Mexican parasites and those taking work from Americans. Then consider the treatment of a US Marine in Mexico, not too long ago, for doing nothing more than getting lost. The wall that you will build, Senor Fox, will be the only way to save your economy and fix our relationship. You should consider what would happen to Mexico under a Trump Administration, because it will happen.
So what might we see next from the folks at Fox News? So far they’ve given a platform to Mitt ‘The Loser’ Romney to do nothing more than to cast aspersions on Mr. Trump. This after it was Trump who defended Romney when ‘Dingy Harry’ Reid made the same sort of claims against him. And then they bring on Senor Fox to throw a few more stones at Trump. What the folks there at Fox seem unable to comprehend is the fact that it’s this sort of stuff only serves to strengthen Trump’s support. Fox is now seen by many as having now gone over to the ‘Dark Side.”