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Alex Jones Warns Listeners That Ivanka And Hillary Have Similar Political Priorities

Ivanka Trump’s “policies are sounding a lot like Hillary Clinton and we didn’t want Clinton in the White House,” Alex Jones wrote Thursday.

According to The Hill, the conservative commentator accused the president’s daughter of disagreeing with her father on whether the United States should continue accepting Syrian refugees. During an appearance on NBC’s “Today” earlier in the week, the Ivanka Trump remarked: “I think there is a global humanitarian crisis that’s happening, and we have to come together and we have to solve it.” When the show’s host asked about the refugee-resettlement program, she replied: “That has to be part of the discussion, but that’s not going to be enough in it of itself.”

Jones called Ivanka Trump “talented” and “beautiful,” but questioned her considerable influence on the president and pointed out that “we didn’t elect her.” She is one of her father’s closest advisers, having recently been named an unpaid special assistant to the president with an office in the West Wing of the White House.

In a video on InfoWars, Jones lashed out at the “first daughter” for accepting German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s to take part in a panel discussion of women’s issues in Berlin this week. “She’s over in Germany with Merkel, that opened the borders up for all the Islamisists ... and she says for women we should let refugees in and that her dad’s wrong and she wants him to change his mind,” Jones said. “ISIS is being defeated right now ... Trump’s keeping his promise on that.”

The talk-show host defended his allegation that Muslims are intolerant, arguing that it “is not Islamophobia.” He proclaimed: “That’s a fact. … That’s the reality that they’re not tolerant.”

Jones said no one should be “depressed” that the president’s daughter is “doing bizarre stuff.” He called on conservatives to be patient with President Trump and give him time to make good on his campaign promises. The commentator encouraged his fans to remain vigilant, even though “we have come to being a tiny fringe movement against globalism a decade ago, 20 years ago, to now.”

Source: The Hill
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