Comment: Drumpf to Trump
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
His name is my name, too
Whenever we go out
The people always shout
There goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
Da-da-da-da-daThe song “John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt” originated during
the wave of German immigration to the US, which brought Donald Trump’s
grandfather to the US. The song started as a vaudeville song intended to
mock the way German names sounded to the American ear. It was an ethnic
slur. New immigrants were regarded as undesirable, prone to crime,
disease-laden and unassimilable into American culture. They had funny names
and odd foods like “Frankfurters”. Yet the Frankfurters became ubiquitous
American hot dogs, and the Drumpfs became Trumps regarding themselves as
This is the genius of America–that people from varied backgrounds can not
only live together in peace but prosper together. Somali, Mexican and
Bangladeshi immigrants today are on the same journey as the Drumpfs, and
are critical to the refueling of the American Dream. Those who fear and act
against immigration under the guise of “America First” mistake the essence
of America, undercut its glory, and are oblivious to their own family
history in America.
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