Conservative columnist Victor Davis Hanson never quite comes out and says it but his message is clear anyway. His beloved California has been ruined by Mexicans. So his latest column isn’t a surprise. Although he is offended by Donald Trump’s style, he is in favor of the president’s ham-handed and heavy-handed approach to immigration, and he suggests that most people who feel otherwise have some sort of profit motive.
All of that is bad enough, but he takes it farther and puts words into the mouths of “most Americans,” words that I don’t think they have spoken.
“Most Americans want the border enforced. And, depending on how the question is worded, most voters likewise favor the completion of a wall on the southern border and an end to all illegal immigration.”
Most Americans think it is financially feasible and logical to build a wall?
He goes on.
“There is little public support for sanctuary cities. They are seen as a form of neo-Confederate nullification – insurrectionary and unsustainable in a republic of laws.”
I guess my question for Victor on this one is how do you define public? My second question: Do you know what a sanctuary city is?