One of Donald Trump’s earliest supporters, conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, has penned a piece published at World Net Daily citing evidence that Trump is correct in suggesting at least a temporary ban on Muslim immigration (until we figure out what is going on).
By the way, Schlafly lost some of her friends and longtime supporters when she early-on endorsed Donald Trump, but she has not wavered in that support.
Here she points out one of the most overlooked trends, so obvious to many of us, but apparently not to the Left or others who support MORE Muslim immigration: we can screen the first generation until the cows come home, but it is the second generation—the ones we fed, housed and educated on the taxpayer’s dime— which is killing us.
She uses the word “assimilation” but the Obama Administration has assiduously avoided that word which implies becoming American. They prefer “integration” with an implied side-by-side tolerance, but sends the message to the immigrants/refugees that they don’t need to become Americans.
Schlafly at World Net Daily:
“We admit more than 100,000 lifetime migrants from the Middle East each year,” Trump said. “Since 9/11, hundreds of migrants and their children have been implicated in terrorism in the United States.”
Trump was right to include the children of immigrants as part of the immigration problem. The Orlando shooter, Mateen, was born in the United States, but a witness said he referred to Afghanistan as “my country.”
Besides Orlando, other mass killings have been perpetrated by the U.S.-born children of Muslim immigrants or individuals who were brought here as children by their Muslim parents. Examples include one of the San Bernardino killers; the Fort Hood shooter, Maj. Nidal Hasan; the Tsarnaev brothers, who bombed the Boston Marathon in 2013; and the man who killed four active-duty Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga in 2015.
Read it all here and then don’t forget the Minnesota Somali ‘youths’ wanting to join ISIS by the dozen.
Editor: Sorry I haven’t written much here recently, the refugee issue is reaching a critical mass and I can barely keep up there—at Refugee Resettlement Watch.