'Migrants,' 'Asylum Seekers' Ruin German Festival


One question for German Chancellor Angela Merkel: When does enough become enough?

Migrants and asylum seekers ruined a festival in the small German town of Schorndorf after cases of “sexual harassment and aggression” were reported. One 20-year-old Iraqi man and three Afghan asylum seekers are being held as suspects in separate incidents during Volksfest.

Not only that, but “small groups of youths” were reported to have vandalized the town while police were attempting to arrest certain individuals.

According to the Daily Mail:

Authorities claimed they were roving through the streets armed with knives and replica handguns, firing flares and teargas.

Several police cars were sprayed with graffiti in the small town also dubbed 'Daimler city' because automotive inventor Gottlieb Daimler was born there in 1834.

The violence escalated when one of the suspects resisted arrest.

While Merkel has been trying with all her might to turn Germany into a multicultural socialist utopia, German citizens are being attacked on an almost weekly basis, and Merkel seems to want to open the German borders even wider.

Because the town of Schorndorf is not a particularly large one, with the population sitting at 40,000, the town’s police has to call in backup from nearby cities. It was reported that a crowd of more than 1,000 people began to hurl bottles at police.

In case Merkel has any delusions that the trouble facing Germany will correct itself, maybe she should focus a little more on the citizens of her country and a little less on the involvement of the U.S. in the terrible Paris Climate Accords.

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