Sen Tom Cotton and AG Jeff Sessions both pushed for an end to the Diversity Terrorist Visa Lottery, an end to chain migration and support for a merit based immigration system…
Senators Tom Cotton (R-AR) and David Perdue (R-GA) sponsored the RAISE Act, which President Trump endorsed in an August of this year public statement. One of its key provisions was the elimination of the Diversity Visa Lottery that brings in the third world dregs into the United States, some of which are subhuman mongrels of the type that mowed down 23 people in New York City on Wednesday.
So far there has been little movement in the Senate on the legislation but that may change now that President Trump has announced he will be aggressively working to eliminate the Diversity Visa Lottery. Diversity in the domestic terrorist pool is a national security threat, providing cover to those who seek to kill us by making it harder to infiltrate their smaller, less welcoming social circles and due to language difficulties.
In a Thursday speech in New York City, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said “[Ending the Diversity Visa Lottery] is the best way to ensure that the immigration system in America is benefiting America.” He said,“We don’t use random chance in college admissions and we don’t roll a die to hire people. By the same token, a lottery tells us nothing about who would thrive in this country.”
Sessions urged, in addition to ending the Diversity Visa Lottery, that Congress pass President Trump’s America first reforms to immigration law, such as ending chain migration and reducing levels of immigration, ideas consistent with the RAISE Act. Sessions said, “The President has also laid out a set of principles for immigration reform that would make us safer. First of all, by building the border wall and requiring legal status to get a job, this plan would dramatically cut down on the illegality in our system. It would help us keep better track of who is in this country.”
“And just as importantly, the President’s immigration plan would switch us to a merit-based immigration system. He would abolish the Diversity Visa Lottery and replace it with a points-based system like is used in Canada and Australia.”
In an Thursday interview on Fox News, Senator Cotton said, “There’s not many dumber ways to give out citizenship in this country than to do it at a mere lottery on the basis of some kind of diversity,” Cotton said. “So, my legislation would eliminate the diversity lottery and it would focus on bringing in high-skilled immigrants that can contribute to our economy, stand on their own two feet, pay taxes and not get welfare. We should move forward promptly with that legislation, especially given the fact that so many of the countries that benefit most from the diversity lottery our own government says have problems with terrorism.”
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