The once-revered New York Times has now become a spewer of lies on behalf of the Democratic Party, with the outlet now fearmongering about an effort by former President Donald Trump to deport the over 6 million illegal immigrants that have crossed into the U.S. under President Joe Biden.
In a piece titled, Sweeping Raids, Giant Camps and Mass Deportations: Inside Trump’s 2025 Immigration Plans,” the New York Times seeks to scare its leftist fans with the fact that if the former president makes it back to the White House in 2025, the far left’s plan to destroy America with illegal immigration will be halted.
Of course, the outlet decided to paint the former president as a fascist for insinuating “massive deportations,” as reported by BizPac Review.
In another “esteemed” piece by authors Maggie Haberman, Charlie Savage, and Jonathan Swan, it was argued that Trump’s vision to save America from the plague of illegal immigration must be stopped before it happens by voting for Biden in 2024.
The New York Times scares American voters with headline from hell. pic.twitter.com/bETAHfs54N
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) November 11, 2023
The authors claimed that Trump wants to reimpose a COVID-19-era policy that bars illegal immigrants who carry infectious diseases such as tuberculosis from entering the U.S. The New York Times said the former president “plans to scour the country for unauthorized immigrants and deport people by the millions per year.”
To do this, the 2024 GOP frontrunner is establishing an “enormous expansion of a form of removal that does not require due process hearings, and that he will find manpower by reassigning federal agents and deputizing local law enforcement as well as using National Guard troops from red states,” according to the New York Times.
The outlet continued by saying that Trump “wants to build huge camps to detain people while their cases are processed and they await deportation flights.”
Specifically, the New York Times hand-picked remarks the former president made at a campaign rally in Iowa, where he said, “Following the Eisenhower model, we will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history.”
Trump’s remarks were ones referencing former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was elected in a landslide to the presidency by American voters years after serving as a World War II general.
The New York Times also went after Trump for insinuating that he would cancel the visas of foreign students who celebrated Hamas’ brutal invasion of Israel on Oct. 7, 2023.
“In a second Trump presidency, the visas of foreign students who participated in anti-Israel or pro-Palestinian protests would be canceled,” the outlet claimed.
The New York Times piece is one intended for far-leftists in the Biden administration and elsewhere who wish to see America in ruin.
Illegal immigration has devastated the U.S. since Biden took office, with fentanyl pouring across our wide-open southern border, killing over 100,000 innocent Americans. More than 6 million illegal immigrants have crossed into America under Biden’s tenure.