Open Borders Advocate Flees




Open Borders Advocate Georgy Clooney Flees Europe To US For ‘Security Reasons’



 Hollywood A-list liberal, Georgy Clooney has spent years calling for the U.S. to open it’s borders to refugees and migrants. In February of this year, Georgy accepted the French Cesar Award with a scathing anti-Trump speech proclaiming, “Don’t let hate win.” However, after just a few years living in England which he deemed more “open-minded” due to it’s open borders policy, a very disillusioned Clooney is running back to America with his tail between his legs.

Breitbart reported that just weeks after his wife Amal Clooney gave birth to their twin babies, Clooney has decided to leave his mansion in Sonning, England to move his family back to his house in Studio City, California. Sources say that Clooney did this after deciding that Europe was not sufficiently safe for his growing family.


Australian journalist demolishes Trump at G20: 'biggest threat to the west'


Speaking on Sunday from the G20conference in Hamburg, Uhlmann said Trump had shown “no desire and no capacity to lead the world” and was himself “the biggest threat to the values of the west”.

“He was an uneasy, lonely, awkward figure at this gathering and you got the strong sense that some of the leaders are trying to find the best way to work around him,” Uhlmann said.

“Where was the G20 statement condemning North Korea which would have put pressure on China and Russia? Other leaders expected it, they were prepared to back it, but it never came.”

Uhlmann said Trump was obsessed with “burnishing his celebrity” and had “diminished” his own nation to the benefit of Russia and China.

“We learned that Donald Trump has pressed fast-forward on the decline of the United States as a global leader. He managed to isolate his nation, to confuse and alienate his allies and to diminish America.

“[He is] a man who barks out bile in 140 characters, who wastes his precious days as president at war with the west’s institutions like the judiciary, independent government agencies and the free press.”

Uhlmann has been the national political editor of ABC news since 2015, and won a Walkley award, Australia’s highest journalism honour, for broadcast interviewing in 2008