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RUSH: Here’s an interesting thing. I want to know if you people think that this is relevant. This is a story from DCWhispers.com, and here’s the question: “What do Germany’s Angela Merkel, France’s Emmanuel Macron, Italy’s Paolo Gentiloni, Great Britain’s Theresa May, Holland’s Mark Rutte, Sweden’s Stefan Löfven, Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon, and the European Commission’s Jean-Claude Juncker all have in common?” (interruption) Well, I don’t think all of them hate Trump. I mean, Theresa May may not hate; she might just dislike.

But, no, it’s not that, and it’s not that they’re all socialists and it’s not that they’re all Europeans. What do they…? You’ll never get this, and it would take a lot of time. I’ll just tell you. These leaders — the leaders of Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain, Holland, Sweden, Scotland, and the European Commission — none of them have children. Not a single one of them has children. I saw that, and I made sure. I looked it up. What else do they all have in common? They’re all giving their countries over to illegal immigrants and refugees, primarily Muslims.

The question: Does the fact they have no children relate to their immigration policy? Put another way: If they had children and grandchildren, would they have the same open-border immigration policies that they do? None of them have children. None of them have grandchildren. As they say here at DCWhispers.com: “Europe is being led into oblivion by childless masters.” So the question is: Does having children or grandchildren change the way you view the world? Does it change the way you view your country in the future?

Does not having a familial legacy make you less concerned about your country’s individuality?

Well, I can blow holes through this theory personally. I don’t have kids. I have nieces and nephews, but I don’t have kids, and I care everything about what happens in my country. It has not made me lackadaisical. But somebody, I guess, thinks that it could be relevant, that not having kids and running a country could make you more inclined to not be vigilant in leaving a legacy for your country as you found it. And I can counter. You know, Barack and Michelle have two kids, and he’s hell-bent on transforming this country like Europe has transformed its countries.

So I just wanted to throw that out there.

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