Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane is a comedic genius, but he’s dumb as a brick when it comes to politics. After all, the guy was a Bernie Sanders supporter in 2016.
Seth tweeted recently about President Trump’s “legacy,” blasting 45 for deporting a 39-year-old man.
Clearly, MacFarlane didn’t read the whole story from far left USA Today. If he had, he would’ve learned the man was ordered to leave during Barack Obama’s time in office.
The Trump legacy. Take a good hard goddamn look. If you find it acceptable for a Big Mac-chomping reality TV personality to rip a family apart for political gain, you’re seriously fucked in the head.https://t.co/VPjVnfCnXn
— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) January 16, 2018
From USA Today:
After 30 years of living in the United States, Jorge Garcia, a 39-year-old landscaper from Lincoln Park, Mich., was deported on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to Mexico, a move his supporters say is another example of immigrants being unfairly targeted under the Trump administration.
…Jorge Garcia had to be removed, ICE agents said. On Monday morning, accompanied by the government agents, Jorge Garcia went through security at Detroit Metropolitan Airport as supporters around him held up signs that read, “Stop separating families.”
Jorge Garcia had been facing an order of removal from immigration courts since 2009…
Isn’t it strange how Obama deported around 3 million illegal aliens during his 8-year presidency but liberals now think Trump is a racist who cruelly tears families apart by enforcing the same immigration law? And truth be told (I know libs hate that word) Trump deported significantly less illegal aliens in his first year than Obama did in his last year. Yesterday an illegal alien in Michigan was deported back to Mexico and liberals are freaking the hell out on Trump, even though his deportation order was given under Obama.
2009, huh? Trump was merely a successful businessman at that time.
Cool your jets, Seth, and read the whole article.
Obama was the great deporter, not Trump – which sounds a little funny, no?