Furious libs call Ingraham ‘racist’ for demographics comment, Candace Owens steps in with giant reality bomb

From BPR:

Emboldened by their successful censorship of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the far-left have now set their sights on Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

The outcry against her began after Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.” During the broadcast Ingraham highlighted legitimate concerns about the “massive demographic changes” that have been occurring across America.

Responding to congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s criticism of suburban soccer moms, whom the self-avowed socialist claimed aren’t representative of America anymore, Ingraham reluctantly conceded that Ocasio-Cortez had a decent point.

“She’s kind of right in a general sense, because in some parts of the country, it does seem like the America that we know and love doesn’t exist anymore,” Ingraham noted. “Massive demographic changes have been foisted upon the American people and they’re changes that none of us ever voted for and most of us don’t like.”

“From Virginia to California, we see stark examples of how radically in some ways the country has changed. Now, much of this is related to both illegal and in some cases, legal immigration that, of course, progressives love.”

Ingraham had been referencing the rapid rise in immigration without assimilation seen across all 50 states over the past few decades. As noted three years ago by then-Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, whose own family immigrated to the United States from India, “Immigration without assimilation is not immigration; it’s an invasion.”

It’s specifically an invasion of incompatible cultures and ideals. Think Shariah law, a religious law adhered to by Muslim fundamentalists that allows for female genital mutilation. Thanks to immigration without assimilation, one fundamentalist managed to perform FGM on a number of teenage parents in Michigan across 12 years. Not until President Donald Trump stepped into office was he stopped and eventually arrested.

Being as liberals can be the most disingenuous human beings on Earth, they of course chose to ignore the validity of Ingraham’s argument and instead smear her — a woman with three adopted children, one of them from Guatemala — as a “white nationalist” who resents seeing America become less white.

There is nothing racist about what she was discussing and she is right

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US admitted just 44 Syrian refugees over last six months, thousands fewer than in prior year

From Conservative Institute

Former President Barack Obama invited thousands of refugees — created by his own bad foreign policy — into the United States. But with President Donald Trump in the White House, things are going much differently.

The U.S. admitted only 44 Syrian refugees in the last six months since the fiscal year began in October 2017, according to State Department figures. It’s a precipitous drop compared to the 6,000 admitted during the same time frame last fiscal year, most of whom were admitted before Trump was inaugurated.

“Additional vetting mechanisms”
America had accepted more than 20,000 Syrian refugees since 2011, including 2,000 during Trump’s tenure, before tapering off to almost zero in the new fiscal year. This low number was attributed by the State Department to a more scrutinizing refugee policy.

“The process is a little bit slower because additional vetting mechanisms have been put in place,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters last Tuesday.

An October executive order established more rigorous vetting procedures for refugees from Syria and 10 other countries, mostly in northern Africa and the Middle East. The new numbers mark a major change from Obama-era figures.

Obama set the total refugee cap at 110,000 for FY 2017, the highest cap since the early 1990s, and he accepted more than 18,000 Syrian refugees between Oct. 1, 2011 and Dec. 31, 2016. Trump cut the total refugee cap to no more than 45,000 for the new fiscal year, its lowest since the current refugee program began in the 1980s, and less than half of Obama’s threshold. America has since resettled some 11,000 refugees, including the 44 from Syria.

Making good on promises
During his campaign, Trump criticized Obama’s lax refugee policy, promising tougher vetting and restrictions in the interest of national security. He set to work on this shortly after taking office, with a travel ban that temporarily cut refugee admissions from certain countries believed to be terrorism hotspots while halting all refugee admissions from Syria indefinitely.

Trump’s policies have also affected the religious make-up of refugee admissions: 40 percent of refugees identified as Muslim in previous years, but in the first three months of FY 2018, just 14 percent of refugees were Muslim; the number of Christians, Hindus, and Buddhists has gone up.

Trump Preparing Major Crackdown on Immigrant Welfare

From Unfiltered Patriot

The left is in a tizzy because the Trump administration is planning to unfold a major crackdown on immigrants who benefit from public welfare. According to a draft proposal obtained by the Washington Post, the Department of Homeland Security may soon penalize immigrants who accept welfare or other forms of public benefit when it comes time to apply for visa extensions and citizenship status. Already, applications for food stamps and welfare are used against an immigrant who wants to extend their stay in the U.S., but the Trump administration wants to push the penalties further and include certain tax credits and health insurance subsidies in the mix.

To immigration-rights activists, this is just the worst thing in the world. And every time they want to speak out against the proposed changes, they fall back on the same statistic. You’ll indeed find this argument at the conclusion (the last thing readers read before they move on with their day) of the Washington Post article:

One notable aspect of the proposal indicates native-born Americans use public benefits at roughly the same rate the foreign-born.

Out the 41.5 million immigrants living in the U.S., 3.7 percent received cash benefits in 2013, and 22.7  percent accepted non-cash benefits including Medicaid, housing subsidies or home heating assistance, according to statistics compiled by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Those figures were nearly identical to the percentage of native-born Americans who get the same forms of assistance. Of the 270 million nonimmigrants, 3.4 percent received cash welfare that year, USCIS research found, and 22.1 percent received non-cash benefits.

Okay, so let’s take these statistics at face value and assume that the underlying argument is true: Native-born Americans use public benefits at a rate comparable to immigrants. Fine.

So what?

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Show Notes 03-02-2018

Friday  Show Notes 03-02-18

Illegal immigrants have no automatic right to freedom, Supreme Court rules
Immigrants being held for deportation don’t have an automatic right under the law to post bond and be set free, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a decision that could give the Trump administration more freedom to pursue stiff detention policies for illegal immigrants who show up at the border claiming asylum.
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280,000 Americans endorse anti-terror benefit of Muslim ban
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Supreme’s looking at mandatory union dues, again!
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments over whether labor unions can force non-members to pay dues when they hold public sector jobs, and the upcoming verdict may have a major impact on organized labor going forward.
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Purim
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Sessions silent no longer in face of Trump’s wrath
Like so many political rivals he dispatched during a scorched-earth campaign for the White House, President Trump publicly shamed his attorney general as weak or beleaguered.
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Amid firestorm, Mike Huckabee resigns from CMA Foundation board
Less than one day after his appointment was announced, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has resigned from the CMA Foundation board of directors, following criticism from multiple members of the country music industry.
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