(CONSERVATIVE REVIEW) -- Social transformation without representation.
Imagine a lawless federal policy whereby illegal alien families can pay cartels to smuggle in their teen children or relatives who then come to this country and fuel a pipeline of MS-13 recruitment – and their reward for doing so is getting amnesty – all at taxpayer expense! Well, that is exactly what is happening in small towns like Worthington, Minnesota, where, against the will of local residents, illegal aliens are able to traffic in their own children, have them resettled at taxpayer expense, and then force residents to pay for the cost of education, social transformation, and crime.
In a random act of journalism, the Washington Post profiled a farmer in the small town of Worthington, Minnesota, who is trying to end the resettlement of Central American teens in his town. The article, to anyone living outside the elite bubble of the Acela corridor, reveals just how unfair of a burden illegal immigration and refugee resettlement are on small towns. Except, that wasn’t the intent of the elite writers and editors at the Post. They made the article all about race.
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