In a tweet some felt was bizarre, failed Presidential candidate Jeb Bush claimed Trump’s “exclusionary” immigration system from “the last few years” would result in fewer Olympic medals.
Jeb wrote “I wonder how our medal totals would be if we had an exclusionary immigration system which we have had for the last few years. My heart swells for all of our medalists, including those whose families have come from far off lands to love our country.”
Many did not buy Jeb’s thesis.
Here are some of the responses.
"hmmmm how can i shoehorn my anti-american globalist agenda into today's news"
— San サン (@hyperboreSan) August 4, 2021
There is a massive gap between “exclusionary policy” and “complete open border chaos”, but we realize you don’t have the energy to discern that.
— Chris Work (@chrisbwork) August 4, 2021
How’s China doing so well without open borders? Doesn’t compute.
— Chris Tomlinson (@TomlinsonCJ) August 4, 2021
Low energy tweet
— Anthony Loffredo (@Aloffr1) August 4, 2021
tone deaf ignoring the super spreader event on the Southern Border
— E Hill (@hme1001) August 4, 2021
— William J. Smith (@WilliamJSmithJr) August 4, 2021
There’s a door Jeb. Use it. That’s all. Normal countries bring in the skills and people they want. Yours is open to everyone.
Name one country without borders. One.
— Tucker (@LakedogX2) August 4, 2021