Politics Conservatives rip liberals for misunderstanding Trump’s coyote reference during debate
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Conservatives across Twitter reacted with jokes and memes to liberals unfamiliar with the term “coyote” used by President Trump in the final debate to describe smugglers at the border.
During Thursday’s debate, Trump said that children are brought across the southern border “by coyotes and lots of bad people,” prompting severalwho appeared to believe the president was referring to the wild animal and not smugglers.
“Didjust say 545 kids they can't find their parents for came over through "cartels and coyotes"?!” Dar’shun Kendruck, a Georgia Democratic State Representative and party leader, tweeted. How the hell does a coyote bring a whole human across the border?! Lord-----stop talking.”
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Did— Dar'shun Kendrick (@DarshunKendrick) just say 545 kids they can't find their parents for came over through "cartels and coyotes"?! How the hell does a coyote bring a whole human across the border?! Lord-----stop talking.
“There are coyotes near the dog park we go to, and so far I've never seen them trying to illegally bring people into the country,” author Josh Jordan tweeted. “It's really insulting that Trump would caracturize them that way.”
There are coyotes near the dog park we go to, and so far I've never seen them trying to illegally bring people into the country.
It's really insulting that Trump would caracturize them that way.— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher)
“The coyotes are out of control, man,” political strategist Caleb Hull tweeted. “Bringing all those kids across the border!”
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The coyotes are out of control, man. Bringing all those kids across the border!— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull)
Many others on Twitter joined in with similar jokes and photoshopped images.
LMAO! This is what the Democrats think the "coyotes" are doing.
h/t— Major Patriot (@MajorPatriot) for finding these
Coyote needs time time off. He’s tired of carrying kids over the border— ❥ Nicoco (@PetiteNicoco)
Coyotes be like ...— Saundra McDowell (@mcdowellformo)
Just remember: a lot of the people yelling at you on Twitter think President Trump meant actual coyotes were smuggling illegals.— Robert J. O'Neill (@mchooyah)
Saw and had to share— SusanKnowles (@SusanKnowles)
People be like coyotes?????
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