Sunday, June 30, 2019

Overland Park Youngster Lemonade Stand For Migrants Makes National News

Border debate makes use of suburbanite NEXTGEN good intentions amid an immigration crisis and partisan upcoming election drama. Take a look:

Kids set up lemonade stand to help raise money for detained migrant kids at the border

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

They should be asked why aren't doing something for Veterans how have actually fought for this country.

Anonymous said...

OMG we went National!

Anonymous said...

When will Mrs. Wilsons little minions start taking up money to donate towards the legal & survivors funds of Americans who have died at the hands of Illegal Aliens?? If I came upon her kids stand I'd tell them "There are kids your age who dont have a mommy or daddy in their home because an Illegal Alien murdered them. Did you know that?" There's nothing warm and fuzzy about those kids.

Anonymous said...

By this time next year, the illegal entrants will be selling the lemonade and the American kids will be out of business.

Anonymous said...

I hope these kids get beat up in school.

Anonymous said...

John Wilson's wife obviously wears the pants. He's too cucked to say no to queen boss. It's her idea. Let her sell the lemonade.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- CITIZENS FEEL THE SQUEEZE

The lemonade stand of 2 OPKS boys was forced to close after illegal aliens set up an adjoining stand selling federally subsidized drinks!!!

(Congresswoman Davids offered no help as the boys are white heterosexual males)

Anonymous said...

Man have the Wilson's brainwashed those poor kids.

Anonymous said...

The children "of the border" are children in need of care and should be taken away from their abusive parents who dragged them on a death march through the desert.

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^Der Fuhrer has brainwashed you all.

"I hope these kids get beat up in school."

Really? You really wish this?

You need help.

Anonymous said...

The only illegal immigrants the Wilsons (and Byron) deal with are the ones waiting on them in the local Mexican restaurant. It is impossible for them to have any empathy with the rest of us who have to deal with it in our neighborhoods and communities.

Anonymous said...

Byron got one right today.