How Ted Kennedy fathered BDS and Linda Sarsour

Ted Kennedy passed the Hart-Celler law which brought in the people who intimidate and threaten Jewish students on US campuses.

We were talking about the crisis in Tel Aviv, where thousands of infiltrators have taken over parts of the town, when my friend said it’s just as bad here in the United States, except that these invaders were brought here legally. “There’s more than one Linda Sarsour,” he said. “Thousands. Maybe millions.”

For him – and for many others – it’s personal. Marv has two kids going back to college in a few weeks and he fears for their safety.

“In my day,” he said, “the college years were the best of times.”

Not so in our day. His two kids aren’t saying much about it, choosing a brave front, but he knows they’re glum about campus life gone so terribly wrong.

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  • mobuyus

    Imam justin’s wet dream.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    In hindsight, I think Ted Kennedy gets too much credit for the passage of Hart-Celler law.
    That law had higher support from the Republicans than it did from the Democrat party members.
    Also, the Congressman who proposed the bill, Emanuel Celler, was Jewish!

    “Among Senate Republicans, 24 voted yes, 3 voted no, and 1 abstained.[10] In the House, 202 Democrats voted yes, 60 voted no and 12 abstained, 118 Republicans voted yes, 10 voted no and 11 abstained. In total, 74% of Democrats and 85% of Republicans voted for passage of this bill. Most of the no votes were from the American South, which was then still strongly Democratic.”

    Congressman Michael A. Feighan (D), is another villain in this story as he was the one that introduced the concept of chain migration.

    “During the legislation of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 Feighan insisted that “family unification” should take priority in immigration policy over “employability”, on the premise that such a weighting would maintain the existing ethnic profile of the country. That change instead resulted in chain migration dominating the subsequent patterns of immigration to the United States and consequently a more ethnically diverse population.”

    Anyways, can we finally kill the myth that this bill “was passed” by Ted Kennedy? It was going to pass anyway, in the environment of the time (Johnson’s great Society) and the ability to get anything done with the words: JFK wanted to do this before he was assassinated.

    • WalterBannon

      Also, the Congressman who proposed the bill, Emanuel Celler, was JINO!

      Fixed your post for you. A cultural Marxist only has Marxism as their religion.

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        That just sounds way too close to the “no true Scotsman” fallacy.
        Was he denounced as such by any Jews, Rabbis, or synagogues in his lifetime?
        Failing that…

  • BillyHW

    If you want to know how Ted Kennedy fathered Justin Trudeau, just ask Maggie.

  • Dana Garcia

    You don’t read in US papers how Ted Kennedy ruined America.

    And the author didn’t even get to the Mexicans.

  • barryjr

    All Kennedys were racist womanizing corrupt scumbags.