At This Rate “Fake” Americans Among Us Might Get Citizenships Revoked

Even by birthright the President would like us to go back to where we came from

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Marc Short, the chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence
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You are not sure exactly what Trump’s intents are maybe?!

The Vanity and Insanity Of Whiteness Series

It Knows No Bounds, Has No Shame, and Is Of No Moral Value

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“So interesting to see ‘Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world,” Mr. Trump wrote on Twitter, “now loudly and viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how our government is to be run.”

Now that is a really pusedo profound quip right there coming from a man whose powerful and seemingly unimpeachable position could allow him to actually act on making what he perceives as fake Americans at best disappear or in the least become more marginalized from the colorful landscape that makes this country so unique.

There is this connotation that is substantive enough about Trump’s wording, actions, and attitude — in particular towards women of color (and to a lesser degree white women) that is just as equally ethnocentric as it is androcentric.

“These places need your help badly, you can’t leave fast enough,” Mr. Trump said. “I’m sure that Nancy Pelosi would be very happy to quickly work out free travel arrangements!”

He is cocksure of this, isn’t he?!?🤨

This vainglorious president and his thought process which espouses the identitarian white nationalist rhetoric based on motivated ignorance and insensitive beliefs is of a common and unspoken view that there exists a distinct “people of the United States”. A distinct set of people that is alleged to make this the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth. And this intangible connection to a government institution exclusively serving the scandalous interests of this distinctive collective perceived largely as real Americans is both telling and a formidable phenomena most observingly.

A spokesman for Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, declined to comment on Mr. Trump’s remarks. Representatives for Republican House leaders did not respond to emails seeking comment. The White House also did not respond to a request for comment. — NYTimes

Trump’s moves in the White House seeks to cement this ideological nature and could very well lead to arbitrarily seeking to revoke the citizenships of the more or less fake Americans. The very same Americans, incidentally that contribute to the socioeconomic embodiment of the U.S. in a myriad of unquantifiable but ostensibly verifiable ways.

What the Trump sycophancy fails to realize or refuse to accept is our interdependence as a stream of consciousness, and also as a nation that is so great — on paper. They feel that everyone else here is just hanging off their coattails. The sense is that the order of measure or magnitude of Americanness in non whites is dependent on or conditionally set on how well we enable and preserve the privileges and entitlement that racialization establishes as social capital for whites. In other words how well we culturally assimilate in the manner of behavior and attitude towards whites and their interests is seen as more American, as oppose to any kind of resistance to social stratification (inequality) or having any progressive stance that acknowledges the inherent unification which would more likely and more threateningly be perceived as less American.

Most notably are the tweets by Trump followed by the actions taken by the administration which under a different president would affectively rattle the markets, however since most of the nation’s wealth is held by this tyrannical and maniacal minority it seemingly is of no real consequence.

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The major markets could care less about Trump’s executive orders on immigration policies and their consequential actions to date. They don’t seem to consider how the ramifications could trump short term gains. Just look at a day after Trump’s remarks how the markets seem unperturbed once again by this. Just like they were when this daft set of actions of which has been cited here from a review published by the Migration Policy Institute was enacted.

Among its major actions on immigration during 2017, the administration:

  • Banned nationals of eight countries, most majority-Muslim, from entering the United States.
  • Reduced refugee admissions to the lowest level since the resettlement program was created in 1980.
  • Reversed the decline in arrests of unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. interior that had occurred during the last two years of the Obama administration.
  • Cancelled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which is currently providing work authorization and temporary relief from deportation to approximately 690,000 unauthorized immigrants brought to the United States as children.
  • Ended the designation of Temporary Protected Status for nationals of Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan, and signaled that Hondurans and possibly Salvadorans may also lose their work authorization and protection from removal in 2018.

On April 18, 2017, Trump signed an executive order asking the Department of Homeland Security to review the H-1B visa program. He wants to make sure that only highly-paid skilled immigrants receive the visas. He doesn’t want any to go to foreign workers that are paid less than their U.S. counterparts. That’s ironic, since his Mar-a-Lago club sought H-1B visas for its cooks and waiters. —

The screening process for H-1B Visa program is still under review for major revamping. Such lofty goals for the administration could easily turn into milestones if Trump is reelected. Prognosticating about Trump’s reelection would seem to play more into its likelihood, because the emotivity — both sense of despair and or disdainful objection surrounding it would simply result in schadenfreude for Trump’s supporters and for those silently looking on with indifference because ultimately whiteness prevails and will maintain this benefit from the maintenance of such racializations.

This is quite concerning because there is not a lot of moral deliberation that goes into that logic, or lack thereof. Furthermore most white people are not coming to the defense of the congresswomen Trump called out in his tweets. Instead the trickling in of responses to the president only seem to either disparage the president and his unintelligent tweets or distance themselves from that ideology and insentive belief. I have not yet read anything from major newspaper columnists nor from their comments section expressing how insulted they feel that the president doesn’t recognize their fellow Americans as real Americans. Instead they bend over backwards trying to misinterpret the dog whistle they hear loud and clear as merely unbecoming attitudes and behaviors from a sitting president.

It is a veritable slippery slope. There is no reason not to believe that the more or less ordinary Americans which include citizens of color, biracial white counterparts, the LGBTQ community and untraditional religious creeds of people in the United States won’t tangibly be subjected to or susceptible to this highly subjective real American assessment and relegation as part of a resocialization effort and scheme.

In fact it was and currently is happening covertly all along, but what has been done in the dark for quite some time now has surely been drudged up and brought out into the light by Trump.

It appears the more that I write the better I perceive.

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