The media has recently taken to asking presidential candidates which world leader they respect.
Recently, it was Hillary Clinton who faced that question.
And her answer revealed that globalists stick together.
Hillary Clinton told the press German Chancellor Angela Merkel was the world leader she most admired.
Politico Europe reports:
The Democratic presidential nominee on Thursday joined the discussion about politicians’ favorite world leaders, a topic that went viral when Johnson, the Libertarian nominee, drew a blank when asked Wednesday to name a world leader he looks up to and respects.
“Oh, let me think. Look, I like a lot of the world leaders,” Clinton said, bursting into laughter initially when asked about her favorite world leader during a gaggle with reporters aboard her campaign plane in Chicago. “One of my favorites is Angela Merkel because I think she’s been an extraordinary, strong leader during difficult times in Europe, which has obvious implications for the rest of the world and, most particularly, our country.”
Clinton praised the German Chancellor’s “leadership and steadiness on the Euro crisis,” while adding that “her bravery in the face of the refugee crisis is something that I am impressed by.”
Clinton said she and Merkel have known each other since the 1990s and spent a lot of time together. “And I hope I’ll have the opportunity to work with her in the future, but we could talk about lots of different leaders if you want to sometime,” she quipped as she walked away with a smile.
Merkel and Clinton share a policy of open borders and rolling out the welcome mat for unvetted Islamist refugees.
In 2015, Germany took in over one million migrants.
The influx of immigrants caused incidents of terrorism, as well as the mass sexual assaults and rapes that took place in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
And Hillary has similar plans for America.
She has promised amnesty in her first 100 days.
Clinton also pledged to adopt a 550% increase in the number of Syrian refugees she accepts into America.
This poses many dangers for Americans.
First, at least some of the jihadists in the November Paris terror attacks snuck into the country as refugees.
Second, ISIS has said they will use the refugee program to infiltrate fighters into the West.
Another risk for Clinton in praising Merkel is in opening herself up to attacks by Donald Trump.
On the campaign trail, Trump has often referred to Clinton as “America’s Angela Merkel.”
And he’s said while he respected Merkel in the past, she has made a massive error in opening her borders.
Speaking in an interview with Boston cable network NECN, Trump was asked to name a world leader who he admired and would like to emulate.
“Well, I think Merkel is a really great world leader, but I was very disappointed [in] this move with the whole immigration thing,” Trump told NECN. “I think it’s a big problem.”
Last year, Merkel welcomed refugees to Germany who were fleeing Middle East war zones. The move has been heavily criticized in Germany and has been cited as a key reason for the rise of far-right parties in the country’s regional elections earlier this month.
“I was always a Merkel person,” Trump said. “But I think she made a very tragic mistake a year and a half ago.”
Praising an open borders globalist like Merkel will do nothing to stop the concerns that Hillary Clinton places international issues over American sovereignty.