Ellen DeGenerate Says “Trump Isn’t Welcome on My Show”

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Ellen DeGeneres (or is it DeGenerate) seems to be throwing just one big tantrum. She said that the president is not welcome on her show. That’s okay, Ellen. I doubt he would have wanted to appear on it anyway, nor would he have had the time. He’s a busy man with making America great again, and all. She was used to having Obummer on her show, but that’s because he wasn’t doing anything anyway!

Breitbart reports:

In an interview with Today host Matt Lauer Thursday, DeGeneres was asked if she would ever invite the president on her show for an interview, as she did with former president Barack Obama and former 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.

“Um, no,” she said. “Because I’m not going to change his mind.”

“He’s against everything that I stand for,” the Ellen host further explained. “We need to look at someone else who looks different than us and believes in something that we don’t believe in and still accept them, and still let them have their rights.”

DeGeneres is butthurt about the wall that Trump (and most of America) wants to build. She states that one of her favorite parts of America is the diversity and immigrants.

Ellen is right. It is a wonderful country full of immigrants. However, legal immigration is part of what makes it great. Not opening the flood gates for the illegal immigrants to pile in and destroy every aspect of our economic structure.

PS. Someone should probably tell Ellen that “Muslim” is a person that practices the religion of Islam, and is not a place of decent, or ethnicity. Therefore her argument that the person making her pizza is Muslim just doesn’t fit in.

 

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