I’ve been mulling over all the insanity at the border.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders being asked to leave a restaurant because she works for POTUS.
Melania’s visit to Texas with a nasty message on her jacket (doesn’t she have a publicist?);
And all the other nonsense that is happening in the world we now live in, which literally depresses me no end.
So yeah. They’re illegal. I get it. But they are also seeking ASYLUM. Traveling through ungodly terrain and risking life and limb and possible death. WHO would risk that? Only someone who was desperate. And only someone who has been desperate can understand these people. If you’ve never been desperate or afraid, then yes … by all means, hold onto your judgement and recitations about “the law”. As for myself, I will remain a human being with a caring heart.
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.’ (Matthew 25:25-36).
Please note that the above scripture does not once mention the word "ILLEGAL" (especially important for those of you who take the scriptures literally).
You can spin the above scripture any way you want. But if you do, know that you are trifling with the words of Christ himself.
NEXT .... Sarah Sanders
Now … despite my revulsion for this woman, I have to honestly say that if the restaurant had been mine, I probably would have served the lady. You know why? Because I just can’t be that way. Plain and simple. However, if Trump entered my restaurant I’d have no problem showing him the door. In fact, I’d take immense pleasure from doing so.
There still remains the reality of how one’s actions and words affect one’s treatment. Karma you know.
Come on. Admit it. It hurt didn’t it? You felt humiliated didn’t you? And maybe you felt your children didn’t deserve to be treated that way because of you? And maybe once you got home it made you feel pissed off to be judged and treated so ugly for just being who you are and for who you work for.
So allow me to give you something to think about. I know you consider yourself a Christian. And I was thinking that maybe … just maybe …. God was giving you an opportunity to grow as a spiritual person by allowing you to feel just a little bit of the shame and fear those “illegals” feel. And this might have been an opportunity that the Lord put before you in order for you to open your heart. Walk in someone else’s shoes, if you will. To teach you empathy and compassion in a REAL EXPERIENTIAL way.
Now, take that experience and allow it to open your heart. Re-examine your conscience in an honest way. In doing so, you could rise up to another level of spiritual maturity. But it’s up to you to do so. Or, you can stay stuck in your dogmatic, dualistic, right/wrong way of thinking and remain the judgmental, heartless, lying bitch you've proven to be to date. Just a thought.
NEXT .... Melania
So Melania darlink, if you’re going to visit a place of such suffering why in the world would you wear a jacket with that message? I know you wore it after your visit, but why didn’t you just turn around once you were the plane and flip everyone off? Because that’s essentially what you did. Are you too much of lady to extend your middle finger? You figured the jacket would be subtler? Did you not think it would not turn into a THING? Whatever you meant by that jacket, it was wrong to wear it. And you shouldn’t have gone to the border if your heart wasn’t in it. We don't need your stinking fake empathy.