Former Ballwinite here goes tee hee.
Trump’s heartland voters shrug off global uproar over immigration ban
Many of President Donald Trump’s core political supporters had a simple message on Sunday for the fiercest opponents of his immigration ban: Calm down.
The relaxed reaction among the kind of voters who drove Trump’s historic upset victory – working- and middle-class residents of Midwest and the South – provided a striking contrast to the uproar that has gripped major coastal cities, where thousands of protesters flocked to airports where immigrants had been detained.
In the St. Louis suburb of Manchester, Missouri, 72-year-old Jo Ann Tieken characterized the president as bringing reason into an overheated debate.
“Somebody has to stand up, be the grown up and see what we can do better to check on people coming in,” she said. “I’m all for everybody to stop and take a breath … Just give it a chance.”
There really is no “uproar that has gripped major coastal cities.” A small handful of the Soros rent-a-mob has shown up at airports to show off and show out. There were even a few hundred at Lambert yesterday; Ironically, major renovations to Lambert are part of Trump’s infrastructure wish list.
Interestingly, the Manslaughter Road drag through West County between Barrett Station and Clarkson is starting to fill up with mosques.