She complains that those awful liberals complain about people like her, who inflame anti-immigrant sentiment by trying to find an illegal immigrant behind every crime.
It's not fair that liberals complain about that, she says.
Her "evidence" is an article describing the backlash against illegal immigration: The crux of her objection to the article is this sentence:
The [Newark triple murder] case revitalized an argument made during the congressional debate that the flow of illegal immigrants, though predominated by job-seekers lured by the prospect of higher wages and better conditions, includes a menacing criminal element.It's not just an "argument," McBride says. It's a fact that illegals are committing lots of crimes and terrorizing American citizens.
Why, McBride asks, doesn't the writer offer some statistics:
Why not just look up the known numbers, Mr. Montgomery? (of course, in many states, like ours, no one really knows how many illegal immigrant criminals there are). Or why not just mention Newark again? Or the man who allegedly shot the cop in Kenosha?Classic. The thrust of the whole article is the backlash since the Newark killings. There is hardly a need to mention it again.
No statistics for Wisconsin? Well, just throw out one horrible example where an illegal immigrant is charged with a murder, she says. That's exactly how she operates.
To some degree, that's what the article is all about. McBride is already on record calling for the deportation of all 12 million illegal aliens now in the country. McBride and hubby/demagogue Paul Bucher would like to frighten people into believing there is a crime wave caused by illegal immigrants.
All they are missing is the proof.
AFTERTHOUGHT: Did I forget to mention she teaches college journalism?