NY Governor Cuomo hides racism in his Christian hypocrisy about his open border immigration views

By Donald A. Collins | 29 November 2018
Church and State

Economists in league with big business got good at torturing data to “show” that immigration benefits the economy. (Source: Why do we need more people in this country, anyway? / The Washington Post) (Credit: YouTube / screengrab)

New York Governor, Chris Cuomo uses the same old racist argument in his immigration statement.

By the way, Governor, Christianity should not be used as a cover excuse for lying about the sheer numbers—the US population has risen from 185 million in 1965 when our immigration laws were changed to 330 million, mostly composed of legal and illegal immigrants and their children, with no vote from US citizens.

Here church and state both have failed us! For example, the Republican majority in Congress has failed to make E verify mandatory and permanent.

Please recognize that the true hypocrisy of Cuomo’s statement is that once again he is really crying racism, which remains the only argument left to the open border crowd. I think many African Americans, like the rest of us, have begun to wonder with anger why the import of endless numbers of cheap foreign workers benefits the inner cities which have so many poorer American citizens.

You can read his statement below to confirm the above analysis.

Final comment: If calling for uniform, fair and legal observance of our laws is racist, then I guess you can call me a racist, which translates for me as one rooting for the fair treatment of all races not just those hiding behind Cuomo’s religious skirts.

Chris Cuomo shreds hypocrite Christians who celebrate Christmas but reject migrants

By David Barden | 29 November 2018

Chris Cuomo delivered a powerful “Closing Argument” Wednesday night in which he said there was a “moral imperative” for America to assist members of the migrant caravan.

With growing numbers of asylum seekers gathering “just a stone’s throw away” at the U.S.-Mexico border, the CNN host said that it’s not enough “to say that we bear no responsibility because we didn’t create the problem”.

He added: “Our responsibility comes from the absolute fact that we have the power to provide a solution here. There’s a moral imperative here, America does what she can.”

With the holiday season in full swing, Cuomo then pointed out the hypocrisy of American Christians who celebrate Christmas yet shun migrants.

“No small irony that Christians are getting ready to celebrate the story of Christmas, which is the exact story that we are trying to block out here,” he said.

“The poor and unwanted who wound up bringing the savior into this world in a stable, rejected. Just as we’re doing now. This is who we are now and it must be exposed.”

Check out Cuomo’s “Closing Argument” in the clip below.

Former US Navy officer, banker and venture capitalist, Donald A. Collins, a free lance writer living in Washington, DC., has spent over 40 years working for women’s reproductive health as a board member and/or officer of numerous family planning organizations including Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Guttmacher Institute, Family Health International and Ipas. Yale under graduate, NYU MBA. He is the author of From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013.

From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013

By Donald A. Collins
Publisher: Church and State Press (July 30, 2014)
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  1. The issue of migration has always been a political game. When Mr. President Reagan did the two amnesties, no one shouted, fight or critic him !


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