Holocaust Survivor Destroys Joy Behar's Border Narrative
The Democrats like to try and demonize our detention centers at the border. They don't seem to care about our laws and how they keep us safe. So of course "The View's" Joy Behar was once again trying to push this narrative that these detention centers are somehow like concentration camps but quickly found out she asked the wrong person when she asked Holocaust victim Millie Baran. And who would know better than her?
"Millie, we just heard in the video that you had to wait over four years before you could come into this country," Behar started. "...You know, some people are experiencing that right now in our country. These children are at the border. They're not letting people in and it's just tragic to me and to you, I'm sure. Would you like to speak to that at all?"
Millie sympathized that it was unfortunate that there were children at the detention centers at the border before reminding Behar about how great our country is.
"I realized," she continued, "who doesn't want to come to America? The best land in the world. The lucky ones who can come here, a land of opportunity, of freedom. To us, it was a dream to get here. Naturally, it was worth it to wait, because when we came here, I practically kissed the earth."
Coming to America "for us, a miracle, a miracle what happened," she said. "And when we saw what happened with the people who wanted to come to America, naturally... it's a land of laws. You cannot just come and want to come in, but I'm sure that the United States will find a way how to accommodate people who want freedom...who want a good life," Millie concluded.
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This was clearly not the answer Behar was looking for when she asked Millie about the detention centers. It just goes to show you that people are grateful to come here and more than willing to follow our laws. The Dems forget that there are plenty of people out there that are willing to wait to come here. They are happy for the opportunity. Behar, it seems, just doesn't care about the welfare of her fellow American, if she did she would understand the importance of vetting incoming migrants.