I guess when you have nothing half-way intelligent to say, you have to make stuff up…like this idiotic claptrap.
It’s come to this: according to some, people should be picking their casual dining choices based on their politics.
NPR published an opinion piece by writer Monique Truong that claims in the headline that it is “hypocrisy” for administration members who support President Trump’s way of handling the long-ignored border crisis to eat at Mexican restaurants….
Truong considers recent forays to Mexican food dining establishments by administration policy adviser Stephen Miller and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to be a “spectacle”….
Truong acknowledges the pervasiveness of “Mexican-inspired” food in the United States. I’m from Tucson, it’s not called “Mexican food” here, it’s just “food.” She concedes that it is now part of the “American table” but sternly lectures that we should be “appalled” that people who aren’t on board with open borders and illegal immigration should choose to spend their hard-earned money at a Mexican restaurant….