Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of Citizenship and Immigration Services, took questions from reporters in the wake of ICE recently detaining hundreds of people in the U.S. illegally at food processing plants in Mississippi. One of the questions sounds more “activist” than “journalist”:
"Is that sentiment, give us 'your tired, your poor,' still operative in the United States, or…should the plaque come down from the Statue of Liberty?"
— ABC News (@ABC) August 12, 2019
You can almost smell the DNC ink all over that particular talking point. Nice of the media to help keep it out there.
Embarrassing question https://t.co/YSTvX0nnBr
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) August 12, 2019
We’re not sure many in the MSM are capable of feeling embarrassed.
Does Robert Frost's Mending Wall also carry the weight of Federal law?
— Adeptus Archer (@ArcherMint) August 12, 2019
A poem on a statue has the force of law https://t.co/LsYovMIQiX
— [shrug emoji] (@jtLOL) August 12, 2019
Poems are not laws. #Truth
— Dave's Spirit (@dave_spirit2001) August 12, 2019
— Founding Ideals (@founding_ideals) August 12, 2019
Only Liberal Progressive Democrats take down statues, remember?
— Silence Dogood (@Silence4Good) August 12, 2019
These are activists, not journalists. https://t.co/QM1Ko8TwBR
— Dustin Templeton (@dtempleton_smb) August 12, 2019
And it’s only bound to get worse.