Kerry Fights Migrants

PUBLISHED: 11:08 PM 29 Dec 2018

John Kerry Fighting To Keep Migrants Off Beachfront Property

The inherited home in France is located on the beach, but the law requires public access, which disgusts the upscale residents, including John Kerry.

John Kerry is helping fight to keep migrants and hikers off the beach near his home in France.

Former U.S. Secretary of State and far-leftist John Kerry is fighting to keep migrants and hikers off of his exclusive beachfront property in France. Although the law requires public access, he and the other elitists living there don’t want the smelly, dangerous migrants touching their land.

“The laws of France say that a portion of all beaches must be public access, but the wealthy Saint-Briac residents don’t think that law applies to them” said Western Journal.

The property in question is Kerry’s home in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, described as a “playground for the elite.”

“In Saint-Briac there are more voters than residents — it’s the owners of second homes who make the rules,” said former mayor of the town Auguste Senghor, according to an MSN report.

“Under French law the country’s coastlines must be accessible to all,” the outlet added.

“But for decades Saint-Briac leaders have steadfastly refused to obey via a series of legal moves, in particular Senghor’s predecessor Brice Lalonde — Kerry’s first cousin,” the report stated.

Apparently, they claim a “public pathway would hurt the well-being of the residents and that migrants and hikers impede on the privacy of the homeowners in the town.”

The supreme hypocrisy here is that liberals like John Kerry wants to allow migrant invaders into the country, which hurts ordinary citizens, but he’s more than willing to fight having them near him and wants walls to keep them away.

The claim also mentions that opening the beach to the public poses a “terrorist risk.”

A lengthy legal battle is being fought to open the path up to the public, something that these wealthy people are fighting tooth and nail.

In America, liberals are quick to defend ‘democracy,’ even when they don’t know what they’re talking about, but like all liberal policy, that only applies to the common man, not them.

Many people agree that democrats believe that they are above the common multitude, and as rulers, must dictate the behavior and thoughts of others.