Just what America needs, a poorly informed rapper engaging on illegal immigration.
A punk-inspired rap group fronted by Vic Mensa — or is that a rap-inspired alt-rock group? — has entered the tumultuous political waters in a new release called “Camp America.”
“We’ll be living it up, not giving a f*ck / Splitting you up, then we put you in cuffs / Then we shipping you off / Yeah, you could get lost at Camp America,” Mensa raps.
To ensure they create the shock value needed to draw attention to the song, 93Punx took advantage of a double standard in America to feature white children locked up in cages like animals.
**WARNING for disturbing content.
Do the same with children of color and you would see an epic meltdown, but in post-Obama America, where it has become politically correct to target white people, this is just another day at the office.
The cause du jour for the bleeding heart rapper is illegal immigrant children being held by the U.S. government — this coming in the face of an invading flood of foreign nationals on the southern border that now numbers in the hundreds of thousands.
“The song’s lyrics were inspired by ICE director Matthew Albence comparing the immigration detention centers to summer camps,” Mensa told The Daily Beast. “I thought that was a crazy f**king idea and wanted to create a world with this song that imagined that twisted alternate reality, where it was fun for kids to be held as prisoners, drinking out of toilets, away from their parents, and somehow enjoy it like one might at a summer camp.”
Testifying before Congress last summer, Albence made headlines when he compared family detention centers for migrants to “a summer camp” — a visit to the Southwest Key facility in El Cajon, Calif., captures a scene far different from cages portrayed by anti-Trump media outlets.
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In truth, many of the worst-case photos of “caged” children that circulated online and was attributed to the Trump administration were taken when President Barack Obama was in office.
Mensa told the Daily Beast white children were intentionally used to make a point — which is apparently that the U.S. government only tries to stop the massive flow of humanity across our southern border because they are brown people.
“My intention for using white kids as opposed to minority children is to point out the blatantly obvious fact that this would never happen to white kids in this country or maybe anywhere on this earth,” he said. “Although the nature of the actions the kids were involved in were graphic or shocking, it was all taken from actual occurrences reported at ‘detention’ centers.”
He reassured all that the parents — see liberal — of the children used in the video were present during the shooting and didn’t mind their children being exploited for political gain.
“All of the children’s parents were present and the children were really smart and understood the political statement being made—they wanted to be a part of it. Nothing about this is about shaming white children; it’s about showing that this simply would never happen to white children.”
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