August 3, 2017
Stephen Miller helped craft Trump’s new “Raise” immigration law that we reported on yesterday, which is alternately titled the “GTFO OF MY COUNTRY YOU WORTHLESS BROWN SCUM” act, and which will cockblock a bunch of no-skill brown people trying to bury us alive by basically wiping out the precedent set by the Jew-engineered 1965 Immigration Act (in his book Culture of Critique, Professor Kevin MacDonald goes into detail about how that act was entirely Jewish, but there is a good summary of it on his blog – this thing was as Jewish as murdering babies in Gaza).
Yesterday, Miller held a press conference with regards to the proposed law, wherein CNN’s Jim Acosta got BTFO.
Acosta attempted to suggest that saying that people had to have useful skills and be able to speak English in order to qualify to immigrate to the United States violated “our founding principles” (???), implying that the slave-owning Founding Fathers had a vision of a brown soup of multicutlural hell when they founded the United States. To support this theory, he cited the poem that is inscribed at the base of the statue of liberty, which reads:
Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,
With conquering limbs astride from land to land;
Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand
A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame
Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name
MOTHER OF EXILES. From her beacon-hand
Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command
The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame.
“Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she
With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
Miller corrected Acosta, saying that this poem is not a law, nor was it the message of the Founding Fathers – certainly not a “founding document” – and it wasn’t even there when the Statue of Liberty was first placed on Ellis Island.
He really destroyed the bastard.
Some people are still confused about whether or not poems are laws.
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— Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) August 3, 2017
Twitter’s news aggregator covered White House adviser Stephen Miller’s comments on the Statue of Liberty poem with a credulous disclaimer that its stanzas “technically” are not U.S. law.
The moment — headlined “Stephen Miller’s Statue of Liberty remarks disturbed many” — said of the reaction to Miller’s statement: “The White House advisor appeared to distance himself from the 1883 “huddled masses” poem inscribed at the base of the landmark, chiding reporter Jim Acosta. Miller’s remarks shocked many, even as supporters argue the symbolic poem technically isn’t US law.”
Twitter’s news round-up was almost entirely filled with outraged liberals claiming Miller is un-American and a white nationalist for not agreeing “The New Colossus” poem dictates immigration policy.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta deployed the lines of the poem to argue with Miller during Wednesday’s White House briefing that President Trump’s proposed reduction of legal immigration is un-American.
Miller disagreed by saying the poem was not included with the Statue when it was first unveiled.
He only knew that because he’s a racist.
How did Miller know Statue of Liberty poem was added later? Happens to be popular white nationalist talking point… https://t.co/K2hiTZCFUh
— Sarah Ryley (@MissRyley) August 2, 2017
Non-racists don’t know things like that.
The poem, written by left-wing poet Emma Lazarus in 1883, was attached to the monument in 1903. It is one of the primary arguments for unrestricted immigration to the U.S. because proponents treat it as akin to a founding document, despite it having no relation to the founding. Additionally, no law states the poem determines immigration policy.
By “left-wing,” the Daily Caller of course means this:
None of our Founding Fathers were Jews and the Jews had nothing to do with the formation of the US. Nor did Jewish ideas, such as “flood the country with poor people from third world countries because it’s morally good, objectively.”
The original copy of the poem is presently owned by the American Jewish Society – just to drive home how absolutely Jewish this poem is.
The poem is most famous for being cited exclusively by Jews (and a lot of women), such as heroin Jew “musician” Lou Reed in his song “Dirty Boulevard.”
But wow, thinking a poem is a law – that is weird.
For the record, the Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French. It was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, and was just meant to represent the freedoms of America. Nothing at all to do with immigration. It was delivered in 1880 – 100 years after the nation’s founding. The poem was not mounted there until 1903.
The statue itself is of the Roman goddess Libertas. That goddess was created at the founding of the Roman Republic to symbolize – get this – liberty, in light of the overthrow of the Tarquin kings, who were seen as oppressive (and probably were, I’d imagine).
So yeah – the whole thing is about freedom, nothing about immigration, certainly nothing about mass Islamic and otherwise brown immigration at the expense of the American taxpayer and American culture and society.
Stephen Miller is Jewish, Actually
I’m going to continue not attacking Stephen Miller on the basis that he is ethnically Jewish until he does something that is ethnically Jewish.
So far – and correct me if I’m wrong here – he never has.
I think we should follow our own rules and make it clear that our problem with the Jews is who they are – that is to say, the way they collectively behave – and not just some random hatred.
But… Miller would still have to go back, because the likelihood is, even if he really is the mythical good Jew, his kids won’t be.
For more on that, check out “regression to the mean.”
Here’s Tucker’s response to Acosta v. Miller.