The liberal media constantly tries to spin the Presiden’s strict immigration policies as “Trump hates immigrants” but anyone with half a brain knows that couldn’t be further from the truth. Clearly, the President wants to make sure that America receives properly vetted, contributing, new-comers who abide laws. Why is that such a bad thing?
Probably because the left uses illegal immigration as a political crutch for votes?
Nothing highlights how much the left hates LEGAL law-abiding immigrants like how they have treated the First Lady’s family. Take a look:
“First Lady Melania Trump’s parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs took the oath to become U.S. citizens on Thursday but NBC Nightly News was not having it. The broadcast network speculated that they received special treatment in the process and possibly used chain migration, a program the President opposes, even though the process still exists and still legal.
“Now to new questions tonight about a possible double standard when it comes to the first family,” declared a seemingly offended Lester Holt. “First lady Melania Trump’s parents becoming brand new U.S. citizens today apparently through a process that President Trump has repeatedly railed against and has said he wants to end.”
The report was delivered NBC’s often resentful White House correspondent Peter Alexander, who noted the First Lady’s parents were “Slovenia immigrants taking the oath in New York City.” “Their experience reigniting questions whether they obtained citizenship through chain migration, a family unification process President Trump’s repeatedly denounced,” he announced with great sarcasm.
Alexander appeared skeptical of their lawyer’s insistence that they did not receive any special treatment by the government. “Asked if Knavses used chain migration, the lawyer told The New York Times, ‘I suppose it’s a dirty– dirtier word,’” he added.
And as if he broke a big scoop in the case, Alexander reported that “the First Lady’s parents are familiar faces at the White House. Mrs. Trump missing today’s private ceremony, although she reportedly sponsored her parents’ visa applications after she became a citizen in 2006.””