May 2, 2018

“EXTREME” IMMIGRATION VIEWS ENJOY HUGE PUBLIC SUPPORT: What if most Americans want to reduce immigration by 75 percent? Washington elites better brace themselves because a new survey of 1,000 likely voters found 49 percent would slash green cards by three-fourths. Only 17 percent would keep things as they are.

Most of the respondents think businesses should be required to use the E-Verify system for new hires. Lots more heretical opinion found in the survey conducted by The Polling Co. (sound familiar? It should, it’s Kellyanne Conway’s old firm) for NumbersUSA, which is an advocacy group that supports tougher immigration enforcement policies. LifeZette’s Brendan Kirby has more.

And speaking of Brendan Kirby and more, that’s what he has this morning on the huge kink in the immigration court system that slows everything down to a snail’s pace. A snail in molasses, that is. Just to cite one illustration – the system still uses paper files for each case. Maybe somebody should let the immigration judges know about this amazing thing that’s been invented called “computers.”

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