“Give me your jihadis, your rapists,
Your huddled drug barons yearning to enslave,
The wretched scum of your shithole shore.
Send these, the parasites, to me,
I lift my lamp beside the open door!" pic.twitter.com/t81pmzCtUO
— Joyce (@TOQJoyce) January 12, 2018
Erick Erickson says he prefers African immigrants to socialists from Norway:
“To be sure, the well educated first generation Norwegian would probably do better in the United States than a first generation African immigrant in terms of income. But that African immigrant would be more likely to embrace this country and its ways and indoctrinate his children into a long term love of this country because this nation means so much more to those of little means in s***hole countries than it does to Western socialist democracies who already turn up their noses at the notion of American manifest destiny.
I would rather the immigrant from Africa, Asia, or South America who lives in a kleptocracy and wants a better life, not just a better job. They will be the American families that will yield a patriotic love of America through generations. And that the President does not understand this should be a warning sign on his ability to deal with immigration policy at all. His understanding is clearly superficial and lacks substance beyond the power of positive thinking. …”
Lindsey Graham isn’t any better than a Democrat:
“Yesterday Senator Durbin and I met with President Trump at the White House to discuss our bipartisan proposal on border security and immigration.
Following comments by the President, I said my piece directly to him yesterday. The President and all those attending the meeting know what I said and how I feel. I’ve always believed that America is an idea, not defined by its people but by its ideals.
The American ideal is embraced by people all over the globe. It was best said a long time ago, E Pluribus Unum – Out of Many, One. Diversity has always been our strength, not our weakness. In reforming immigration we cannot lose these American Ideals. …”
David French can’t see how a conservative could look a Third World immigrant in the eye:
“At this point I simply can’t see how a conservative could look a concerned third-world immigrant (or descendent of a third-world immigrant) in the eye and assert that this president judges them fairly and without bias. The intellectual and rhetorical gymnastics necessary to justify not just Trump’s alleged comments yesterday but his entire history and record of transparent hostility to certain immigrants are getting embarrassing to watch. Some of his comments may “work” politically — divisive comments often do — but that doesn’t make them any less damaging to American political culture as a whole.
For all too many Americans, Trump once again got personal. My youngest daughter is an African immigrant — we adopted her from a desperately poor region of a country that has suffered in the recent past from terrible corruption and oppression. Yet she’s been a delightful addition to our American family, and her story isn’t unique. …”
David French’s daughter is from Ethiopia. 46 people were recently killed there in a garbage dump mudslide. These are the people who Erickson and French prefer to European immigrants. These are the people who conservatives in the Senate want to give amnesty.
We need to dispel this argument that conservatives are “the lesser of two evils.” Maybe that was the case in the past when they at least pretended to oppose changing racial and cultural demographics. It is no longer true today when evangelicucks are adopting African children as a fashion statement. These people are not on our side. They aren’t any better than the Left on racial issues.
Conservatives are so politically correct that they want America to become a Third World country. They’re attacking Donald Trump over mildly pushing back against this. Think about that. Ask yourself why we have developed the habit of voting for these people.