Alien ‘con game’

The Washington Times Weekly - - Culture, Etc. -

“Bil­lions of dol­lars are be­ing made on the backs of il­le­gal aliens. Pow­er­ful forces don’t want this cash cow tam­pered with. They will de­fend the sta­tus quo to pro­tect their fi­nan­cial in­ter­ests. [. . .]

“[Il­le­gal im­mi­gra­tion is] re­plac­ing high-priced Amer­i­can work­ers with those who will do the work that [. . .] the 300 mil­lion cit­i­zens of the United States are told over and over again by their own pres­i­dent that they re­ally do not want to do.

“As if Amer­ica, all its great cities and farms and rail­roads and high­ways and sky­scrapers and navies and air forces and bridges, all its univer­si­ties, all its in­dus­trial might and the space pro­gram it­self were built by Mex­i­cans, Hon­durans and Gu­atemalans. What rhetor­i­cal mis­chief! What po­lit­i­cal chi­canery! What a colos­sal con game per­pe­trated on the Amer­i­can peo­ple and on our neigh­bors to the south.”

Ron­ald F. Maxwell, writ­ing on “The de­struc­tion of Amer­ica’s work­ing class,” May 19 in World­Net­

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