Tuesday, August 28, 2018

The Statistics On Dreamers Are A Nightmare

“They serve in our military, they go to our colleges and universities and they work in Fortune 100 companies. These are exceptional people making important contributions to our country.”
-Senator Kamala Harris on Dreamers
They’re valedictorians! They’re serving in the military! They’re CEOs! They’re Dreamers!
By the way the media portrays these young illegal aliens, you would think they were a newly-discovered group of super-humans. You can’t watch 15 minutes of CNN without Brooke Baldwin blubbering over a Dreamer like he or she is the second coming of Christ. Thus, I began to wonder: Are Dreamers truly an exceptionally high-performing subset of the illegal alien population? The answer is a resounding no. In this column, I will be spilling the tea on statistical evidence that reveals just how much of a nightmare Dreamers can be. --->
Read the rest from Jeffrey Murphy HERE.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nope. Another misleading pathetic defense from the "keep America white" crowd.

Immigrants do use public benefits in the first years they're here. But after that, they become taxpayers, and end up as clear net positives to our economy.