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Trump: 'We Discriminate Against Genius' with Our Immigration System
By Nicholas Ballasy May 16, 2019
 

WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said the U.S. government discriminates "against genius" and "brilliance” with its immigration system.

Trump also said that 66 percent of legal immigrants are admitted to the U.S. "on the basis of random chance" rather than merit or skill, arguing that "random selection is contrary to American values and blocks out many qualified potential immigrants from around the world who have much to contribute."

"You wouldn't believe how many countries, like Canada, create a clear path for top talent. America does not. Under the senseless rules of the current system, we're not able to give preference to a doctor, a researcher, a student who graduated number one in his class from the finest colleges in the world -- anybody," Trump said during a speech about his immigration proposal at the White House in the Rose Garden on Thursday.

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Democrats don't want educated illegals, they want dumb*sses who will believe anything they are told.  As Jefferson said, a republic can only survive with an educated populace and democrats obviously want to do away with the republic. :truce:
“A society does not ever die ‘from natural causes’, but always dies from suicide or murder – and nearly always from the former….”
    ― Arnold Joseph Toynbee’s A Study of History.


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