The New York Times served up an early preview of the second Donald J. Trump presidency that is saturated with race-baiting and fearmongering about a sweeping effort to roll back the open borders era of the Biden regime with roundups, internments, and mass deportations of migrants.
In a lengthy story titled “Sweeping Raids, Giant Camps and Mass Deportations: Inside Trump’s 2025 Immigration Plans,” the once-esteemed “newspaper of record” seeks to scare the bejesus out of leftists with a dystopian vision of an America no longer welcoming to millions of indigent illegal aliens that makes ominous insinuations that Trump is a fascist.
In another Maggie Haberman special, the paper’s top anti-Trump propagandist along with fellow Times reporter Charlie Savage and Axios’ Jonathan Swan paints a scary picture with the seeming purpose being to terrify voters who are rapidly souring on President Joe Biden to get in line and ensure that the octogenarian career politician maintains control over the nation’s immigration policies.
The New York Times scares American voters with headline from hell. pic.twitter.com/bETAHfs54N
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) November 11, 2023
The authors claim that Trump wants to reimpose a policy from the COVID era banning some migrants but intends to this time assert that illegals are carriers of other infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and that he “plans to scour the country for unauthorized immigrants and deport people by the millions per year.”
To do so, the former current GOP frontrunner is prepping an “enormous expansion of a form of removal that does not require due process hearings, and that he will find manpower by reassigning federal agents and deputizing local law enforcement as well as using National Guard troops from red states.
Trump also intends to construct “huge camps to detain people while their cases are processed and they await deportation flights,” the Times claims.
The paper cites Trump’s September remarks in Iowa that “Following the Eisenhower model, we will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history,” referring to programs under Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower, a WW II hero who American voters sent to the White House.
Haberman and company make sure to state Ike’s illegal 1954 immigration control program “was named for an ethnic slur — ‘Operation Wetback,” a politically incorrect term for illegal aliens.
The paper also says that illegals weren’t the only targets and that “the visas of foreign students who participated in anti-Israel or pro-Palestinian protests would be canceled,” an idea that has become more popular with the virulent Jew-hatred that has exploded across college campuses since Israel began its military offensive against the Hamas terror organization.
“Mr. Trump would try to end birthright citizenship for babies born in the United States to undocumented parents — by proclaiming that policy to be the new position of the government and by ordering agencies to cease issuing citizenship-affirming documents like Social Security cards and passports to them. That policy’s legal legitimacy, like nearly all of Mr. Trump’s plans, would be virtually certain to end up before the Supreme Court,” the trio of reporters wrote.
The Times quotes former Trump aide Stephen Miller as among the “several Trump advisers” it interviewed.
“Any activists who doubt President Trump’s resolve in the slightest are making a drastic error: Trump will unleash the vast arsenal of federal powers to implement the most spectacular migration crackdown,” Mr. Miller said, adding, “The immigration legal activists won’t know what’s happening,” he said.
The obvious target audience for the story would seem to be outside of Gotham which has been overrun by migrants and many New Yorkers would likely be down with such plans after getting an up close and personal look at the consequences of living in a sanctuary city.
The Biden regime reacted to the New York Times story by raging against Trump.
Biden campaign slams ‘extreme’ and ‘racist’ Trump immigration plans https://t.co/ClbRp6lEia
— Ammar Moussa (@ammarmufasa) November 11, 2023
“Mass detention camps, attempts to deny children born here citizenship, uprooting families with mass deportations — this is the horrifying reality that awaits the American people if Donald Trump is allowed anywhere near the Oval Office again,” Biden campaign Rapid Response Director Ammar Moussa said in a statement.
“These extreme, racist, cruel policies dreamed up by him and his henchman Stephen Miller are meant to stoke fear and divide us, betting a scared and divided nation is how he wins this election,” added the White House flack.
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