David Hogg and other leftists think “coyotes” refers to PARENTS who smuggle their own children into the United States
By Ethan Huff // Oct 24, 2020

Liberals everywhere flipped a lid during the final presidential debate when President Trump used the term "coyotes" – a word that apparently none of them know the meaning of – to describe the child traffickers who bring young children into our country illegally from south of the border.


Even though coyote is an established descriptor that has long been used in discussing matters related to illegal immigration, far-leftists like child crisis actor David Hogg decided that Trump's use of it was a form of racist "xenophobia" to describe these children's parents.

"Imagine calling the immigrant parents that bring their children to the United States for a better life 'Coyotes,'" Hogg smugly tweeted, pretending to be smart and witty. "The level of xenophobia is sickening."

As of this writing, Hogg's ignorant tweet still remains on Twitter, despite thousands of responses explaining to him that coyotes are human traffickers who illegally smuggle children without their parents into the United States.

Georgia state representative Dar'shun Kendrick wrote a similar tweet that was even more stupid, if that is even possible, suggesting that Trump was saying that actual coyote animals are bringing little Mexican children across the border and dumping them in cages.

"Did @realDonaldTrump just says 545 kids they can't find their parents for came over through 'cartels and coyotes'?! How the hell does a coyote bring a whole human across the border?! Lord –––– stop talking. #FinalDebate," she wrote.

When confronted by numerous responders about her stupidity, Kendrick became irate and started virtue signaling about how she doesn't "have time" to catch up on illegal immigration lingo because she is "[o]ut here trying to stop @realDonaldTrump from continuing to kill Americans," whatever that means.

When another implied that Kendrick is unqualified to be a corporate attorney, she jabbed back that she is "a damn good one," further asking, "[w]hat's your point?"

Check out the graphic below showing all sorts of other blue checkmarks on Twitter hilariously freaking out about Trump's use of the term coyote:

Mainstream media scrambles to cover for ignorant blue checkmarks, says coyotes is "rarely used" as descriptor for human traffickers

Like a white knight saving his damsel in distress, the left-wing media was quick to publish its own articles about the word "coyotes" claiming that Trump's use of it was bizarre, out of character, and thus not to be taken too seriously.

International Business Times, for instance, called Trump's use of the term coyotes "unusual," adding that it is "rarely used" by anyone other than the president.

Last we checked, the word coyote has been used for decades to describe human trafficking, but since the blue checkmarks on Twitter have never heard of it, down it goes through the memory hole, apparently.

"It's because the U.S. television news completely ignores all the news going on in Mexico even near the border," wrote one commenter at The Right Scoop about why many Americans, especially those on the left, have never heard the term coyote before.

"Why? Because hard-hitting, graphic stories are going on every day that would get people's attention," this commenter added – and we cannot have that, now can we?

Others poked fun at Hogg specifically, joking that the quality of education at Harvard University where he is currently enrolled leaves much to be desired in the area of actual knowledge.

"David Hogg always looks like he just swallowed a gallon of lemon juice," one wrote. "What a miserable human being."

For more related news about the stupidity that lives on Twitter, be sure to check out Libtards.news.

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