New York Times columnist Bret Stephens, a man pretending to be ‘conservative’, wrote a very crazy article suggesting that instead of deporting illegal criminals like President Trump wants to do, we deport Americans, because they are less religious. It then just became another Trump-bashing article.
“In the matter of immigration, mark this conservative columnist down as strongly pro-deportation. The United States has too many people who don’t work hard, don’t believe in God, don’t contribute much to society and don’t appreciate the greatness of the American system,” wrote Stephens.
He listed a variety of reasons that he believes that illegal aliens are better than Americans. Including religious devotion. “Religious piety — especially of the Christian variety? More illegal immigrants identify as Christian (83 percent) than do Americans (70.6 percent), a fact right-wing immigration restrictionists might ponder as they bemoan declines in church attendance,” wrote Stephens.
“The rate of out-of-wedlock births for United States-born mothers exceeds the rate for foreign-born moms, 42 percent to 33 percent. The rate of delinquency and criminality among nonimmigrant teens considerably exceeds that of their immigrant peers. A recent report by the Sentencing Project also finds evidence that the fewer immigrants there are in a neighborhood, the likelier it is to be unsafe,” wrote the New York Times.
He concluded by saying that if we disagree with his views on immigration that we should leave America. “That used to be a cliché, but in the Age of Trump it needs to be explained all over again. We’re a country of immigrants — by and for them, too. Americans who don’t get it should get out,” he wrote. What is wrong with the New York Times?