PISSED Mayor Just Sent Bounty Hunters To Round Up HUNDREDS Of Muslims & Did THIS To Their Mosques!

PISSED Mayor Doesn't Need Travel Ban, His Bounty Hunters Just Rounded Up HUNDREDS Of Muslims!

The days of political correctness and putting people in harm because of it ended on November 20, 2016 when President Trump was elected as our nation’s leader. He set the precedence that he doesn’t care what people think about his policies and even though judges have recently overturned his travel ban from terrorist-tied nations, his assertive approach to the refugee problem seems to have empowered one Mayor who stepped up his resolve to it ten-fold, making a travel ban look like child’s play.

As hordes of refugees poured in through unsecured borders, the issue became more about the threat to Western life than helping people seeking better living conditions. The claim that they would assimilate into the culture was proven wrong when instead of becoming Westernized, they imposed Islam on the locals in hopes of ushering in Sharia law. They didn’t want to escape a dangerous Muslim nation, they wanted to turn Western areas into one.

The terrifying effects of this were most prevalent in Europe after Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, announced to the world that refugees were welcome there, and since that dangerous declaration they poured in overwhelming droves. However, Laszlo Toroczkai, the bold 45-year-old Mayor of the small Hungarian town of Asotthalom, didn’t ask for it and doesn’t want them as he’s seen the massive destruction and fear they’ve instilled in his once peaceful town, so he decided to take care of it in a brutal way that involves more than just his badass team of bounty hunters rounding them up my the masses.

PISSED Mayor Doesn't Need Travel Ban, His Bounty Hunters Just Rounded Up HUNDREDS Of Muslims!
Mayor Laszlo Toroczkai (center) with some of his bounty hunters who are rounding up Muslim refugees

The Daily Mail reports that locals in Asotthalom have been finding groups of immigrants scattered across their farms, sleeping in people’s gardens and outbuildings, as watched in horror as thousands stream through the center of their village on their way to other parts of Europe.

Hoping to send a very clear message to Muslim refugees that “Hungary is a bad choice for migrants,” the unapologetic mayor has stayed true to his word in sending “a group of muscular men using motorbikes, helicopters, and even horses to race across the countryside in pursuit of human quarry,” MailOnline reported.

Once the camouflage-clad bounty hunters capture their targets, they wrestle them to the ground and hog tie them. Other efforts to slow the migrant flow are just as merciless, with a 110-mile razor fence, ban on building mosques, the Muslim call to prayer has now been made illegal there, and the burqa and the “burkini” swimsuit are no longer allowed.

Here in America, we’ve become too soft and apologetic for these refugees who want take advantage of us after Barack Obama manipulated the country into believing that it’s the good and right thing to do. After eight years of this, citizens have forgotten what real authority looks like. Trump doesn’t want to let this refugee crisis get to the point that it has in Europe where leaders like Toroczkai are forced to take these measures to protect his people. We must learn from Europe and not repeat it in America.

Amanda Shea is a political aficionado and curator of current events, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. She brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. She writes with unfiltered truth, mixed with wit where it’s appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn’t be censored.

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