Apple, brought to you by Americans immigrants.

 

It’s there, tucked neatly inside this news story about overpriced iconic tech giant, Apple, and its threat to take legal action against the Trump administration’s travel ban.

 

It’s right in there. Read, and “listen.” And in Bill De Blasio’s concern-troll hot-aired ramblings, don’t take it “too lightly.”

 

It’s become unfashionable to laud American ingenuity and American accomplishment. That’s no longer how you conform to our post-modern elitist urban-minded culture. It’s trite to applaud America for its own sake. Sometimes I wear a t-shirt with the American flag (semi-stylish) which I bought for the Fourth of July last year, and it seems so ill-suited as casual wear in Hollywood where I work.

 

It’s square!

 

Patriotism is square. It’s such an archaic, throwback artifact, this thing called pride in country.

 

So there, buried in this news story.

 

 

Apple could be the next big tech company to take legal action against President Trump’s travel ban.

 

The iPhone maker is considering legal options regarding Trump’s executive order, which has affected hundreds of its employees, CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

 

Cook didn’t provide details on what approach Apple might take other than saying that “we want to be constructive and productive.” Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

 

His comments follow moves this week by Amazon and Expedia to join a legal challenge to the travel ban, which affects refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.

 

Apple is one of the many tech companies that have spoken out against the ban, which caused chaos and confusion around the world and triggered protests in airports.

 

 

Apple is joining the left-wing chattering herd. No surprise here.

 

But we learn that Apple is apparently not the result of American ingenuity. How did we not see this coming?

 

Tim Cook continues.

 

 

“Apple would not exist without immigration, let alone thrive and innovate the way we do.”

 

 

Apple would not exist without immigration?

 

Considering the lefty signaling device that Apple products have become and their groundless price inflation, I’m prepared to challenge that this is a prime example of why immigration is harmful to American interests, then.

 

If Tim Cook telling us no immigrants = no Apple, right?