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What if a Vox senior reporter told you restrictions on immigration are always racist?

It’s a bit silly for anyone to ask in 2017 what your reaction would be if you were told [fill in the blank] was racist, because whatever it is, someone’s already declared it racist. The shock value and/or shame has long since worn off.


Case in point: a school district near Portland is dropping the name “Lynch” from three school buildings. Never mind that the land for the buildings was donated by a family named Lynch:

So it’s with a hearty yawn that Twitter greeted globalist and Vox senior reporter Zack Beauchamp as he challenged the Trump administration’s (and, frankly, every administration’s) immigration policy as racist at its core.



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