Wednesday, April 29, 2009

My Interview with Michelle Malkin, Who Wants to Keep Catholic Children Out of the United States (Part 1 of 2)

SHIMMY: Welcome to my bean bag chair, Michelle Malkin. Don't sit down.

MICHELLE MALKIN: I've blogged for years about the spread of contagious diseases from around the world into the U.S. as a result of uncontrolled immigration.

SHIMMY: Maybe those Catholic kids from Queens finally will get serious about borders now, Michelle Malkin.

MICHELLE MALKIN: 9/11 didn’t convince the open-borders zealots to put down their race cards and confront reality.

SHIMMY: The first victim of swine flu was a four-year-old boy who lived near a pig farm run by a company called Granjas Carroll, which is owned by U.S.-based Smithfield Foods. The boy lives in an area where residents have been complaining since March that contamination from the pig farm was tainting their water and giving them respiratory infections.

MICHELLE MALKIN: Could this be a terrorist attack through Mexico?

SHIMMY: Granjas Carrol's pigs produce so much excrement that the company allows huge volumes of shit to run out of the pigs' slope-floored barns. The pig shit sits blithely in the open, untreated, where the elements break it down and gravity pulls it into groundwater and river systems.

MICHELLE MALKIN: We’ve heard for years from reckless open-borders ideologues who continue to insist there’s nothing to worry about.

SHIMMY: I'm worried about those Catholic kids from St. Francis Prepatory who returned to Queens from Mexico and infected everyone with swine flu.


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