Daily Dispatch 9/11/18


A series in which we (will aspire to) offer a sampling of today’s headlines on immigration, race, and related stories.


September 11, 2018


The Stakes:

“Desperate, hopeless, and alone”: Immigration attorney describes client’s experience in testimony against Brett Kavanaugh.


It’s Oregon:

Oregon lawmaker outed as VP of local anti-immigrant hate-group.


The New Judges and the AG:

Beleaguered” Attorney General Jeff Sessions welcomes 44 new immigration judges with rousing speech about embracing those who suffer and opening our hearts to all the nations of the world… just kidding, it was about quotas.

VERY weak” Attorney General Jeff Sessions urges new judges to “get imaginative” in order to maximize production in overextended court rooms.

DISGRACEFUL” Attorney General Jeff Sessions reassures 44 new immigration judges that zero-tolerance is “moral and decent,” adding, “asylum was never meant to provide escape from all the problems people face every day.”

Attorney General Jeff “Magoo” Sessions cautions a new class of immigration judges that sympathy towards immigrants “does violence to the rule of law.”

Dumb Southerner” Jeff Sessions warns new judges that those immigration lawyers are some silver tongued little devils, “like water seeping through an earthen dam… to advance their clients’ interests.” 


Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics!

Trump comments on diversity lottery winners being mass murderers “misrepresented” the program (in other words, he lied).


And Finally…

An Infographic on the origins of New York City’s immigrant population.



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