Essay:What Conservative Americans ACTUALLY Think about Immigrants

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There is a lot of misinformation in the Liberal-controlled mainstream media about conservatives being anti-immigrant. Most of it comes from a pre-conceived Strawman and liberal news outlets taking snippets and quotes out of context and twisting the interpretation to fit that strawman. I this essay can generate enough support, I hope it can counter the false narrative of conservatives being "xenophobic" or "racist to foreigners."

Immigrants or descendants of immigrants Conservatives approve of

  • Michelle Malkin, Filipino-American conservative blogger who believes in proper immigration as much as any white person [1]
  • Gabriella "Gabby" Franco, immigrant from Venezuela, NRA member and Second Amendment supporter who criticizes Venezuela's gun control laws [2] and believes in the American dream. [3]
  • Dinesh D'Souza, immigrant from India and conservative filmmaker who knows more about US history than most native-born Americans.
  • Debbie D'Souza, immigrant from Venezuela and wife of Indian immigrant Dinesh D'Souza who laments how Socialism destroyed her home country. [4]
  • Raheem Kassam, British conservative activist
  • Tony Chike Iwobi, Nigerian immigrant, Italian Senator, and member of Lega Nord, a conservative, right-wing populist party that strongly opposes mass migration.[5][6]
  • Alternative for Germany, as the conservative, nationalist, and anti-mass migration party elected a higher proportion of immigrant parliamentarians than Merkel's CDU.[7]

Opinions from Conservapedians

  • Proponents of Multiculturalism don't realize that some cultures are better than others. Many foreign cultures have had a good influence on America by bringing food, art, and other cultural amenities to the US, but some things should be left behind. Shobson20 (talk) 16:43, 2 January 2019 (EST)

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