WorldNetDaily exposes the farce that masquerades as border security from the highest levels — the White House. The article carries the catchy name: “Hey Arizona! Obama ‘committed’ to immigration law enforcement.”
Although the Arizona Republic went to great lengths in a front page story to report “Push by states for migrant laws fades,’ facts are stubborn things. Here even the slanted mainstream media outlet ABC News concedes that additional states want more stringent laws dealing with the mammoth and costly problems associated with illegal immigration. The skewed language provides clear evidence of the press’ discontent, as claims of inroads by the pro-illegal labor force business community are given prominence. But the law they repeatedly refer to as “controversial” has sired many replicas.
States across the nation enacted a record number of bills and resolutions dealing with issues related to the illegal onslaught during the 2010 session. Each and very state meeting in regular session in considered such laws, according to this National Conference of State Legislatures report. Forty-six state legislatures and the District of Columbia passed 208 laws and adopted 138 resolutions for a total of 346.
Here in Arizona we recently encountered a pathetic group of state legislative defectors, looking towards financing their reelection campaigns, with hopes of gaining the lucrative financial support of the Chamber of Commerce members.
The newspaper quotes Muzaffar Chishti, who is identified as a lawyer who monitors state and local immigration laws for the [supposedly] nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute (MPI). “Finally, business has started talking,” he boasts. He’s right in one regard. Holding the purse strings that fund campaigns, they talk the green language of money.
If this group actually had a unbiased stance, it would not lump the illegal invasion of our country under the word “immigration,” which implies legally immigrating. For example, one article promotes “providing legal pathways for low-skilled workers,” while another wrings its hands over diaspora advocacy.” We’ve warned about the newest class of refugees seeking political asylum. They won’t be known as “illegal” anymore. This was the ruse used to gain legal status by Barack Obama’s illegal Kenyan aunt — who although twice ordered deported, was living in public subsided housing in Boston for years.
The MPI website used to bolster the Republic’s biased coverage is also sated with misleading and distorted articles.
What a surprise!