Does HUFFINGTON POST Immigration Reporter Elise Foley Hate American Children?
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Elise Foley is the immigration reporter for the Huffington Post.  This alone should give you enough information to predict her political opinions.

While the comments section of the Huffington Post displays a great deal of skepticism about the supposed benefits of mass immigration, Foley's coverage always carries that shrill tone of a liberal woman on the brink of screeching hysteria.  Of course, this can be said about the majority of the Post's writers.

Take these excerpts from a recent contribution, which can only be called a kind of parody of reporting.

House Republicans voted on Friday to strip protections from undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers, putting more than a half-million young people at risk for deportation despite their longstanding ties to the United States...

The attack ads against Republicans practically write themselves and were foreshadowed in statements by Democrats before the vote...

"Only cowards scapegoat children and only those who are ashamed of themselves do it after hours on a Friday night," Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) said on the House floor. "In the end, the Republican position on immigration can be summed up as 'deport 'em all,'" he added later...

The vote shows how low the congressional immigration debate has sunk after more than 57,500 unaccompanied minors have been apprehended after crossing the border illegally since October.

And of course, my favorite part of the article.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article misstated the dollar amount of the House funding bill. It would provide $694 million, not $694.

[House Votes To Strip Deportation Relief from Dreamers, by Elise Foley, Huffington Post, August 1, 2014]

What could be the motivation for this kind of coverage?  Well, it could be her enthusiastic seconding of the utter disgust and hatred for Americans expressed by racial nationalist Luis Gutierrez.

Gutierrez can be somewhat respected as an extreme right winger in his own way.  He has made it clear in his own words that he does not represent Americans.  He wants to punish Americans.  He's simply a warrior for his Raza.  I disagree with Peter Brimelow about Gutierrez, who called him a "traitor."  Gutierrez can't be a traitor because America is not and never was his country.

But the reason openly declared enemies like Gutierrez prosper is because the likes of Foley give them aid and comfort.  As one person asked Foley, "Whose children is Gutierrez talking about, Elise, when he says "all of OUR children?"

Foley knows full well.  It's the people whose racial solidarity is encouraged, subsidized, and exploited in order to make Americans' lives worse.  She knows this and supports it because it hurts Americans.  And this unreasoning, unthinking, fanatical hatred is what the War on Whites is all about.

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