Stephen Miller has always got good ideas.
He knows how to trick the system. He’s sneaky like that. Always finding loopholes.
President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Stephen Miller has fleshed out plans to rev up Trump’s restrictive immigration agenda if he wins re-election next week, offering a stark contrast to the platform of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
In a 30-minute phone interview Thursday with NBC News, Miller outlined four major priorities: limiting asylum grants, punishing and outlawing so-called sanctuary cities, expanding the so-called travel ban with tougher screening for visa applicants and slapping new limits on work visas.
The objective, he said, is “raising and enhancing the standard for entry” to the United States.
I don’t understand why we can’t just say “the country’s full – sorry, no more immigrants for a while, probably a long while.”
This whole “enhanced standards” is called racist. And as much as anything is actually racist, insofar as racism is a real concept, it is “racist.”
Some of the plans would require legislation. Others could be achieved through executive action, which the Trump administration has relied on heavily in the absence of a major immigration bill.
“In many cases, fixing these problems and restoring some semblance of sanity to our immigration programs does involve regulatory reform,” Miller said. “Congress has delegated a lot of authority. … And that underscores the depth of the choice facing the American people.”
Miller, who serves in a dual role as an adviser in the White House and to Trump’s re-election campaign, stressed that he was speaking about second-term priorities only in his capacity as campaign adviser.
Miller has spearheaded an immigration policy that critics describe as cruel, racist and antithetical to American values as a nation of immigrants. He scoffs at those claims, insisting that his only priority is to protect the safety and wages of Americans.
And he said he intends to stay on to see the agenda through in a second term if Trump is re-elected.
What a horrible sentence (actually a paragraph in the article) – he broke a paragraph and started the first sentence of the next paragraph with “and.” I can do stuff like that, but this is stylized prose here at the Daily Stormer. A news article at NBC News is supposed to be mechanically written.
This article is generally just really poorly written. It’s shocking that it’s even possible to poorly write a standard fifth grade level news article. Who wrote it, I wonder?
Ah, right. I’ve actually noticed how bad this guy is before. He writes half of what is on nbcnews.com. And no, he isn’t a bot, because a bot wouldn’t break rules like he does. As a major news reader, I look forward to the bots, frankly. If the bot uses as many weasel words as this pajeet, they’ll have to call it “Weaselbot.”
Kapur also apparently called and talked to Stephen Miller – and this is the article he produced. It’s absolute garbage.
This proves the point, doesn’t it? The article about the guy who wants to limit immigration is poorly written by a garbage immigrant from India?
This idea that it’s “American values” to allow the world to dump its human garbage in America is another insane type of thing.
“Nation of immigrants” is a phrase that I keep thinking they’ll have to lay to rest because of how much it has been parodied. You notice they don’t say “vibrant diversity” anymore. Journalists are not actually completely out of touch.
As you know: America was a nation of settlers, colonists and conquerors. No one thinks that these are the same thing as immigrants.
Just like no one thinks that George Washington or Thomas Jefferson would have supported a lottery for bringing in people from Uzbekistan and Tanzania in order to “increase diversity.”
The words of the Constitution were chosen very purposefully. It’s a short document that the Founders meant should live forever.
“Posterity” means “posterity.”
It does not mean “Sahil Kapur.”