German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a joint news conference with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, not seen. during their meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Admits she was wrong for bringing in one million refugees into Germany last year.

Angela Merkel apologizes  for her refugee policy error.  German Chancellor Angela Merkel  finally admits “I regret opening Germany’s doors to more than one million refugees last year.”  In a devastating defeat in the Berlin state elections today. Merkel said she accepted her share of responsibility.  Voters punished her ruling party  the Christian Democratic Union of Germany  (CDU) for her refugee-friendly migrant policy.


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Merkel added “if the wish of the German people was for the country not to be swamped with uncontrolled and unregulated migration – then that is exactly what I am fighting for”. Too late Angela.  You have opened the door to an uncivilized group of people who are raping, and murdering your people. You should be ashamed of  yourself.

It makes you wonder what is in the mind of Hillary Clinton or Obama who just went to the U.N. asked the world to take in more refugees. Obama even promised the United States will take in another 100,000 refugees.


The German Right-wing party; the Alternative for Germany (AfD), made big gains during this weekend’s state elections.  Germans reacted to Merkel’s  open border policy.  The German Chancellor said her party needed to reach out to AfD supporters, and she is still motivated to lead the country and her party.


This backlash against her migrant policy raised questions about whether Merkel, Europe’s most powerful leader, will stand for a fourth term next year. Given the losses to  her party, it’s hard to tell if she can win again.  Asked whether she will run again next year, Merkel smiled and declined to comment. She said she was still motivated. Hillary are you listening?  You and Obama are on the wrong side of history here.

I just hope Donald Trump becomes president so we don’t have to hear one of our politicians lament the horror that is Paris, and Germany today.

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