France's Miss Universe winner should come to Israel
Steve Harvey: France step right up. Given to wide refugee crisis, do countries have an obligation to accept refuge or do they have a right to close their border?From what I can tell here, it's nowhere near what the leftards surely want her to say. Basically, she's saying they want to have far more than just Islamofascists coming in. Newsbusters says:
Miss France (via Translator): So the countries should have the right to open or close their borders. So throughout the world people can choose to have their borders open or closed. In Europe we have open borders. In France, we want to have the most globalization that we can. We want to have the biggest exchange of people that we can. Maybe some day that will change, but now we have open borders. So having open borders allows us to travel through the world and find out more about what's out there in the world.
France may have open borders, but it also has had to deal with some devastating terrorist attacks in recent years because of it. While showing support for other countries' rights to tighten their borders (ahem, America), maybe Miss France can see the light and speak to protecting her home a little better.I think it's possible she can.
And the Israeli contestant at the pageant, Yam Kaspers Anshel, reveals that Mittenaere told her she'd visit Israel:
Israel’s representative in the Miss Universe 2016 pageant revealed on Monday night that the new titleholder has promised to visit the Jewish state.I sure hope she will pay a visit. It could do a lot of good.
“I’m holding her to that promise,” Israel’s Yam Kaspers Anshel said about France’s Iris Mittenaere, who was crowned on Sunday night in the Philippines. The 18-year-old — who made the comments to the Philippines-based news organization ABS-CBN News at a pageant after-party — added that she and Mittenaere had been roommates during the competition and became “really good friends.”
The Herzliya native did not make it past the first round of the contest, but she still feels like a winner, she said, by “just getting to know [the other contestants] and being here in the Philippines.” The teen, who was the youngest Miss Universe contestant this year, added that she is thrilled Mittenaere won the crown. “She is beautiful inside and outside. She deserves it so much,” Kaspers Anshel said.