My son, who is a fan of a video game called Bioshock Infinite, was looking on the internet for a wallpaper related to the game. When you search Google for "Bioshock Infinite wallpaper," the first result is the following:
James Fulford writes: They are being facetious—the picture includes caricatures of nineteenth century immigrants, but the game itself is meant as a caricature of nineteenth century nativists. (Not that there`s anything wrong with nineteenth century nativists.) See The Nerd as Auteur in BioShock Infinite, by Harold Goldberg, New York Times, March 21, 2013, which says "Zachary Hale Comstock, a white-bearded, nativist prophet who rules over Columbia, is portrayed either as comforting or frightening by two warring factions, the xenophobic Founders and the anarchist Vox Populi."