Robert Davi: We Let in Immigrants that Do Not Know What America Stands For
DAVI: "Look at what has been accomplished. Look at what has been accomplished. Look at what the future is going to be. Anyway, I have got to wrap up. I have got to finish this speech tomorrow. In honor of Mike Pence, I would like to mention another son of Indiana. How many of you know Red Skeleton? On his TV show in 1969, he talked about the pledge of allegiance. Do you remember that? I would like to read what his teacher said to him about the pledge of allegiance. The kids were not saying it without any meaning behind it. The last message Ronald Reagan gave to the American people in his farewell speech was American patriotism. Educate the youth with a new American patriotism. I wrote an article on Breitbart, please read it. Trump during his inauguration address brought up patriotism. The assimilation of immigrants that do not know what America stands for and the youth have not then. The pledge of allegiance, I, me, an individual, a committee of one. To give all of my worldly goods without self-pity, my allegiance, my love and devotion to the flag. Our standard. Old glory, a symbol of freedom. Your loyalty has given her a dignity that shouts. Freedom is everybody's job. The blood sacrifice of our most brave. United, that means we come together. States, individual communities that have united in 250 great states. 50 individual communities with dignity and purpose. Divided with imaginary boundaries, yet unified for a purpose. And to the republic, a state in which sovereign power is invested. It is chosen by the people to govern. And government is the people and it is from the people to the leaders, not from the leaders to the people. For which it stands, one nation under god. Meaning so blessed by god. Incapable of being divided with liberty. The right to live one's own life without fear of some retaliation. Justice, the principal equality of dealing fairly with others for all. It is as much your country as it is mine. And now, boys and girls, let stand for the pledge of allegiance. Let's hear it. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."