Steyn to Fox: “How can you lead a country whose population you despise?”
Before the imminent government shutdown due to disagreements among legislators, the author, and political commentator Mark Steyn said that it’s the Democrat’s…
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The risk of legislative disagreements is the inclination of the balance of guilt, and therefore, the profiling of the population to which each of the public officials represents.
In this case, the government financing and the risk of definitively suspending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, has put on the table the worst perspectives on the part of critics of the Democratic Party.
For Mark Steyn (Canadian author known for his stances against multiculturalism) is the intention of the Democrats to "import a class of citizens they prefer," as he said to Fox presenter Tucker Carlson on Thursday, reported Talking Points Memo.
The author referred to the Hispanic community that supports the party and has been harassed by the policies of the White House under the command of Donald Trump.
"Democrats are getting very close to saying foreigners are God's apology for Americans," Steyn continued. "In Arizona, a majority of the grade school children now are Hispanic. That means that Arizona's future is as a Hispanic society. That means, in effect, that the border has moved north."
Steyn's comments echo the racist rhetoric that has characterized this administration, where Attorney General Jeff Sessions said just days ago on the same news network: “What good does it do to bring in somebody who is illiterate in their own country, has no skills and is going to struggle in our country and not be successful?”
While this is not the perspective of the bulk of the country, comments such as Steyn’s and Sessions’ feeds the resurgence of divisionism and proclaims an endogenous racism that could end up exploding in the face of the same Republican party during the elections of November 2018.