What is wrong with these people?

The media, that is. Suicidal is putting things modestly. Andy McCarthy explains the fundamentals, from a decade ago:

Since the Bush 41 administration, the State Department has also been running a “Diversity Visa” program, the very purpose of which is to promote immigration from countries whose citizens resist coming to the United States — i.e., to encourage our cultural disintegration. It is a hare-brained scheme, concocted by hard-Left Senator Ted Kennedy, because the Irish (yes, the Irish!) were purportedly underrepresented in our gorgeous mosaic. Mark Krikorian, the director of the Center for Immigration Studies, describes the consequences: Fully one-third of the annual diversity-visa lottery winners now come from Islamic countries, which means that the program has become a disproportionately important immigration vehicle for Muslims. Thanks to [this and other federal immigration] policies, another million or so Muslims reside in the United States (i.e., in addition to the roughly million-and-a-half American Muslims).

It is impossible to say for sure what the precise number is because our crack Homeland Security Department keeps track only of immigrant entries into the U.S. — not whether these aliens leave, much less whether, once here, they adhere to their stated purpose for coming. It bears repeating, however, that these aliens are not American Muslims. They are legal and illegal immigrants whose fealty is to some other country, or, more realistically, to the ummah [(i.e., the notional worldwide Islamic community)]. This is a matter of no small importance when we are well aware of the supremacist Islamist design: Immigration not to pursue the American dream but to become the American nightmare — a jihad to transform the United States.

Ben Carson explained the reality and terminal problems of sharia supremacy a couple of years ago, and was promptly ignored. That’s because he didn’t yell, insult, and tweet and tweet and tweet. All things considered, as the Yale professor said, we’re in better shape now.

One Response to “What is wrong with these people?”

  1. Bosun Says:

    Stockholm Syndrome? That something this insane has become U.S. policy cause me to return to Dick Marcinko: “Doom on us.”

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