Imagine if the Trump administration were truly as powerful as the Left portrays them as being. Yeah, sure Chris, Trump and other people in the ‘anti-immigration’ crowd were sitting around one day just eating pizza and came up with the term ‘chain migration’ to dehumanize illegal immigrants.
You caught ’em Chris, you super sleuth you.
Reminder: "chain migration" is a made up term by the hardline anti-immigration crowd. Its purpose is to dehumanize immigrants. If you're using that word, you're declaring a side.
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) January 27, 2018
Democrats are the LAST people who should talk about dehumanizing ANYONE, or shall we bring up the pro-life debate where they insist unborn babies are not human, or alive and that they’re just clumps of cells.
That and no one is anti-immigration, people just want immigrants to come to America LEGALLY.
You are lying.
Chain migration is a term used by demographers since the 1960s to refer to the social process by which migrants from a particular town follow others from that town to a particular destination city or neighborhood.https://t.co/VUsJqEZaCh https://t.co/U04DVCPMU8
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) January 28, 2018
Lying liars lie, what’d you expect?
Even by your standards, this is a remarkably transparent attempt to control language with lies.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) January 28, 2018
It’s whack, right?
You need to do your homework, Chris. The word is not made up – nor are all opponents of it attempting to reduce immigration numbers. A lot of the debate should be about prioritizing H1-B visa recipients who are prepared for an economy of automation https://t.co/p8m53SU9V4
— Jon Peterson (@jp_pete) January 27, 2018
Homework? You want a Democrat to do HOMEWORK?
Bullshit. Wanting sensible, balanced, points-based immigration is not “anti-immigration. It’s sanity.
27 states report the majority of their new permanent residents are from ONE country. Skilled immigrants from other countries wait years. That’s not right. pic.twitter.com/FM2UqyYv21
— TheFishWhisperer (@AuntieM1776) January 28, 2018
What she said.
You're an idiot. The term "chain migration" was used by academics and researchers as a neutral term long before you even heard of it. It was not made up by anti-immigration people to dehumanize as you said.
Here's a sample: https://t.co/CajveOkP4z
— Peter Van Buren (@WeMeantWell) January 28, 2018
You can't be that ignorant Chris. Therefore you must be THAT dishonest.
— BCAC (@ignorancecosts) January 29, 2018
Oh, he could be that ignorant. Trust us.
It’s not, but cool story bro.
— Kaiju (@kaijubushi) January 28, 2018
'Chain migration' is not a made up term- it is a standard neutral academic term describing migration by families and neighbors from the old country to the new. It has been repurposed by hardline anti-immigration folks as a demeaning term.
— Jane Haigh (@janeinak) January 27, 2018
It’s worth a Google, Chris.