Georgia Meloni Attacks the left and the hypocrisy of the well-known “comrades” in a topicimmigration. He did so in a post on his personal Facebook page, where he addressed the words of the US Vice President Kamala Harris, which has been in the past few hours against illegal immigration to the United States. US Vice President and leftist Kamala Harris now parla comes Donald Trump Addressing immigrants who wish to enter the United States, he made clear that illegal immigration would be thwarted,” Meloni wrote.
“The United States will continue to defend its borders and its laws, even ‘rejecting’ those who try to enter illegally. As does any country in the world, except Italy, held hostage by the left. immigrant. What do you say, we will hear the usual cry of politicians, Italian journalists and intellectuals, or will they pretend this time that nothing happened?”, concludes the position of the leader of the Brothers of Italy with a rhetorical question that raises questions about the Italian left, which has always been critical of the immigration policies implemented by the center-right.
During a mission to Guatemala, the US Vice President discussed the phenomenon of immigration from the Central American country with President Alejandro Giammatti, the second-in-command of the Republic of Guatemala. Joe Biden He warned would-be immigrants that they should set out in the near future toward the American dream of “not coming” to the United States because “You will be returned. We want to emphasize that the goal of our work is to help Guatemalans find hope in their homeland. I want to tell people in this area clearly. You’re not coming.” In short, the US Vice President, who was born in Auckland to an Indian mother and an immigrant from Chennai and a father of Jamaican descent, is the 49th Vice President of the United States, made clear what Biden’s vision is. The administration will be on immigration. And here Meloni asks from The Italian left that has been criticizing Donald Trump for years, What do you think now of this obvious situation?
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