Dems get one-upped by GOP after prank poll foolishness

Democrats were busy patting themselves on the back for the past week when it was discovered that 30% of Republican voters said they would be in favor of bombing the fictional Arab city of Agrabah.

Agrabah is from Disney’s movie “Aladdin,” and liberals used the poll to claim the GOP woefully ignorant and war-hungry.

The left-leaning Public Policy Polling slipped-in their findings as part of an in-depth “study” trying to dissect the mindset of GOP primary voters.

Several liberal publications ran with the “news” and had a good laugh, even though the pollsters got the question wrong… Agrabah is a fictional city, not a country. 

And paybacks can be cruel.

WPA research responded with a poll of their own asking just that. It’s findings revealed that 44% of Democrat voters support accepting refugees from the same make-believe city.

What’s worse, is even in the wake of San Bernardino and Paris, Democrats don’t seem to have a care in the world if the refugees they support could have terrorist connections.

As WPA put it:

Democrats “will allow refugees from anywhere into the country, whether they are potential ISIS supporters from Syria or potential cartoon characters on a magic carpet ride.”


And there you have it. A disturbing touché indeed.

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