Apropos of Patrick Cleburne's piece
, which details Bloomberg's lament
over President Trump's success on immigration, a line from Treason Lobby stalwart (“immigration advocate”) Frank Sharry [Tweet him
] to which Bloomberg referred struck me as the height of dark irony, and of course, classic leftist projection: accuse someone else of what you are trying to do.
Those of us who favor an end to immigration, we are told, "seem intent on remaking the racial and ethnic make-up of the country."
No, those who favor Open Borders are "intent on remaking the racial ethnic make-up of the country," and they have been since Sen. Edward Kennedy and his brother flat-out lied
when they said the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965
alter the "ethnic make-up of the country."
Whether Kennedy anticipated
his own people becoming a powerless minority we cannot know, but he certainly anticipated flooding the country with enough immigrant Democrats to get control of national politics in perpetuity
Of course, maybe one reason we might "seem intent on remaking the racial and ethnic make-up of the country" is that we oppose the coming demographic dispossession Kennedy set in motion, and that our opponents believe that whites are already a minority. They certainly act and talk that way.
But whites aren't a minority yet, as Trump's victory well showed.
All we're trying to do is defeat the Bloomberg/New Yorker
axis of evil, which is projecting its own nefarious plan on to us.