Anything for ratings and readers, right? Well, not always but that’s basically the case, I feel, for Bret Stephens, a New York Times columnist and so-called conservative.

He decided to use his reach to smack talk on the American people which I originally believed to be a satire but… that may not be the case.

He makes an argument for deporting Americans over illegal immigrants. Sure, we’re not perfect… and many of us are supporting quite a few of the lazy ones but deporting them over an illegal immigrant? Hmm…

What say you? What do you think about this piece? Would you deport illegal immigrants over your own people?

As Written By Scott Greer for the Daily Caller:

New York Times columnist Bret Stephens, who calls himself a conservative, argued it would be better to deport lazy Americans than illegal immigrants in a tongue-in-cheek op-ed published in Saturday’s paper.

“The United States has too many people who don’t work hard, don’t believe in God, don’t contribute much to society and don’t appreciate the greatness of the American system,” Stephens wrote in the piece.

He argued that this description applies to many American citizens whose families have been in the country for generations.

He then goes on to break down how American natives are more likely to be locked up, less educated, less religious, less entrepreneurial, more likely to have children out of wedlock, count more teen delinquents among their ranks and have fewer children than their immigrant — both legal and illegal — peers.

“Bottom line: So-called real Americans are screwing up America,” Stephens concludes. “Maybe they should leave, so that we can replace them with new and better ones: newcomers who are more appreciative of what the United States……..

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NYT Columnist: Deport Americans, Not Illegal Immigrants | The Daily Caller

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