Congressman Has GENIUS Idea To Fund Trump’s Wall, There’s Just ONE Problem Though & Libs Are Literally MELTING Down Over It

We all want the wall built, those of us who supported Trump, at least. The problem has been, coming up with the money to fund its construction. Dems are dead set against it as illegal aliens are a major part of their future voter base, (if they aren’t already), and Republicans are at odds about what spending to cut, avoiding a government shutdown if Dems don’t acquiesce, and even the need for a wall at all since illegal immigration has fallen dramatically since national hero Donald Trump became President.

Despite all the hubbub, some amazing and awesome ideas have been floated regarding how to pay for the wall. Ted Cruz suggested we use the $14 billion that the US government seized from the Mexican drug lord, El Chapo (my personal favorite). Alabama Senator Luther Strange recommended levying fines against sanctuary cities who don’t adhere to federal law, another great one. Trump himself said the wall could be embedded with solar panels to not only pay for itself but also generate a profit in the future. Of course, there was the great idea to tax remittances to Mexico. That pissed off libs something fierce.

Today, though, an idea has been thrown out there that has the political world on its head. The wall the should be funded with… food stamps. That’s right, folks, the wall can be funded by cutting funding for food stamps.

Via Washington Examiner:

Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, argued Wednesday that Congress should build President Trump’s border wall by taking money from Planned Parenthood and federal food stamps.

On CNN, King said he supports the $1.6 billion in funding that the House is considering as a start for building the wall. But he said he’d add another $5 billion if he had his way.

“And I would find half of a billion dollars of that right out of Planned Parenthood’s budget,” he said. “And the rest of it could come out of food stamps and the entitlements that are being spread out for people that haven’t worked in three generations.”

“We’ve got to put America back to work, this administration will do it,” he said.

When challenged on the idea of taking food stamp funding, he said that federal program was meant to deal with malnutrition, but said many of its users are now obese.

“Now we have a problem of obesity,” he said. “And when you match up the EBT card with what the scales say on some of the folks, I think it’s worth looking at. Michelle Obama looked at it, Republicans should be able to look at it too.”

He also said the border wall would help create millions of new jobs, which would mean far fewer people will need federal aid.

“We will create the kind of security that would bring about 10 million new jobs in America just by enforcing immigration law,” he said.

CNN host Alisyn Camerota could barely contain her sh*t while interviewing Rep. King.

Of course, if we cut funding for food stamps in order to fund the wall, we will be posed with one very significant problem.

EVERY SINGLE LIBERAL IN THE UNITED STATES WILL STARVE AND DIE.

I mean, are we ready for a world without liberals? How would we survive? I’m not sure we could handle it. It would be… It would be…

Wait, that is the best f***ing idea a Congressman has come up with in the entire history of the United States Congress! We need to do this sh*t NOW!

No more liberals, ever! Hell yeah!

Share this if you want the wall funded with food stamps, and all liberals to die of starvation! 😀

By Jeff Rainforth
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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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