Study the face of sniveling CNN reporter Jim Acosta (it’s only too bad his ancestors weren’t turned away at the United States border), and observe just exactly what getting utterly REKT is supposed to look like on the personal level.
In just a few minutes, the entire worldview of those seeking the destruction of the West was shattered beyond repair, and that includes the words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty by Jewess Emma Lazarus – essentially an invite to the foreign hordes that was not added until nearly a generation after the Statue’s installation.
Just keep reading, it gets even better.
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller smiled as he volunteered to “take one actual last question” at Wednesday’s press briefing, before press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders returned to the podium. He probably wishes he’d gone ahead and ceded the floor.
Seven minutes later, Miller found himself apologizing to CNN’s Jim Acosta over the fiery, bizarre, combative and confusing exchange that had just ended. The dialogue culminated in the senior White House aide lobbing insults at a member of the White House press corps, prompting Acosta to note that he’d just been called “ignorant” on television.
The explosive episode occurred as Miller took questions from reporters on a bill endorsed Wednesday by President Donald Trump that seeks to cut legal immigration to the United States in half. The policy would favor would-be immigrants with advanced skills, education and mastery of English.
I would like this bill to exclude all Subcontinent Indians, Chinese, and assorted Middle Eastern genetic rubbish due to the fact that their English is atrocious to say the least.
Like, whenever I get a call from Apu’s Telemarketing Company I like to respond to the, “How are you, Sir,” with the following:
“I’m miserable, addicted to meth and heroin, and want to slice myself with a rusty razor blade.”
Apu usually responds with a slurred and squeaky, “That’s good, Sir. How about taking a brief survey from (fill in the blank).”
Miller dismissed questions about the Trump Organization’s hiring of foreign workers and sparred with a reporter who asked what research backed up the policy proposal. But it was Acosta, who’d had testy exchanges with other White House officials at the same podium, whose questions raised the tension in the room.
Acosta, the last reporter called on, recited a portion of “The New Colossus,” a poem that was engraved onto the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty. The sonnet “doesn’t say anything about speaking English or being able to be a computer programmer,” Acosta said. “Aren’t you trying to change what it means to be an immigrant coming into this country if you’re telling them you have to speak English? Can’t people learn how to speak English when they get here?”
Miller replied that speaking English is part of the U.S. naturalization process, and he said the poem Acosta referenced is “not actually part of the original Statue of Liberty” but was added later.
Do it, Steve.
Expose the treachery of the Jew in a way that only a fellow Tribesman could possibly do.
An Honorary Aryan certificate will be the final glorious prize.
Miller’s defense, Acosta said, “sounds like some National Park revisionism.”
“The Statue of Liberty has always been a beacon of hope to the world for people to send their people to this country, and they’re not always going to speak English, Stephen,” said Acosta, who said his own father immigrated to the United States from Cuba in 1962. “They’re not always going to be highly skilled.”
“Jim, I appreciate your speech,” Miller shot back. “Tell me what years meet Jim Acosta’s definition of the Statue of Liberty poem law of the land?” Miller demanded, his voice rising.
I’m wondering if Raul Castro would like to meet Acosta for some personal one-on-one discussions in a Cuban jungle prison?
It’s a fair question, I reckon.
It wasn’t immediately clear what the “Statue of Liberty poem law of the land” was, but the jab-trading continued. Acosta said Miller’s comments seemed to diverge from “what the United States has been about,” and Miller said the CNN reporter’s ideas were “shockingly a-historical.” When Acosta mentioned Trump’s proposed wall at the Mexican border, Miller took umbrage.
“Surely, Jim, you don’t actually think that a wall affects green card policy? You couldn’t possibly believe that, do you?” Miller asked. “I want to be serious, Jim. Do you really at CNN not know the difference between green card policy and illegal immigration? You really don’t know that?”
Acosta returned to the policy’s preference for English speakers, saying many immigrants learn the language later in life. “Are we just going to bring in people from Great Britain and Australia?” he asked.
“Jim, I can honestly say I am shocked at your statement that you think that only people from Great Britain and Australia would know English,” Miller responded. “Actually, it reveals your cosmopolitan bias to a shocking degree.”
YES! YES! YES!
While not a Jew himself, Acosta is the end result of the education and programming pushed by the Rootless Cosmopolitans wherever they dwell – even Stalin grew wise to them near the end of his life.
Miller would of course understand this, and I think those more dedicated to The Tribe get the reference as well.
— CSPAN (@cspan) August 2, 2017
Below is the full press conference for the viewer’s enjoyment, and I think we can all say wholeheartedly that today has proven to be the best day so far in this Administration.