White nationalists everywhere are clapping after the unveiling of the Trump administration’s new immigration plan that’s chock-full of white nationalist principles.
The immigration plan puts the total ransom on 800,000 DREAMers’ heads at $25 billion to build Trump’s vanity wall at the Mexico border. A chief White House official called the deal a “compromise” that should “get 60 votes in the Senate.”
However, “compromise” is perhaps the least fitting word to describe the proposal. A white nationalist dream come true is a much more appropriate description. The xenophobic “deal” scraps the visa lottery, which Trump called for following the deadly NYC terrorist attack that occurred last year. Trump jumps at the chance to call for tighter immigration laws when foreign terrorists attack, but when a domestic terrorist shoots up a school, he doesn’t make a peep.
Then, there is Trump’s assault on “chain migration,” which is how most families of European descent originally populated America. Once a family becomes established, then other members of the family can migrate. Trump wants to limit “chain migration” to spouses and children only. The measure is an apparent assault on Asians and Latinos.
Canceling the Diversity Visa Immigrant Program is the Trump administration’s way of blocking immigrants from African nations.
As the immigrant rights group United We Dream said in a statement: “Let’s call this proposal for what it is: a white supremacist ransom note.” White House “alt-right” survivor Stephen Miller played a significant role in the drafting of the plan.