Friday, July 22, 2016

At GOP convention, ex-coach Lou Holtz says of immigrants: 'I don't want to become you'

Legendary retired Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz said Tuesday that  immigrants coming into the U.S. made up “an invasion” and that they need to do a better job of assimilating, according to published reports.

Holtz, who supports Donald Trump, was speaking at a luncheon during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

“I don’t want to become you,” Holtz said of immigrants, according to the Daily Beast. “I don’t want to speak your language, I don’t want to celebrate your holidays, I sure as hell don’t want to cheer for your soccer team!”

According to the news outlet, the comments were met with laughter and applause.

The 79-year-old former ESPN analyst also said it’s immigrants’ duty to “become us” and that the large number of immigrants coming into the U.S. constitutes “an invasion,” the report said.

Earlier on Fox News, Holtz perhaps foreshadowed his comments by saying that speech that’s not “politically correct” really isn’t all that harmful.

“I grew up being smaller and weaker, and everybody picked on me and made fun of me,” he said. “But you know what? You learn to handle adversity.”

Holtz also said he used to be a Democrat, “but the Democratic party left me.”


There are SOME places where you can be politically incorrect


Anonymous said...

Good for Lou Holtz !

Bird of Paradise said...

He is right we are being invaded and this invasions being aprooved by Obama the Fink and the Useless Nations and sinister CFR

Anonymous said...

Assimilate or emigrate, those should be the choices. In Australia we are seeing an epidemic of home invasions and car jacking's by young African youth whose parents were accepted into this country as refugees. If that is they way they repay the generosity of the host nation then they can pack their bags and leave. There is no excuse for the crimes committed by these teenagers. They are being given let out of jail cards by a scared leftist government who cares more about politically correct visuals than their voters.

Anonymous said...

If you are a black progressive, woman progressive, or muslim you can be politically incorrect with little chance or anyone calling you on it. White, male, conservative, not so much.


Spurwing Plover the Fighting Shorebird said...


Anonymous said...

Biologically, toxicity depends on dosage. Societally, it is similar.

Australia and other western nations are taking in migrants from dysfunctional cultures and antisocial races at a higher rate than they can assimilate into western civilisation.