The so-called “mainstream” media was furious over Donald Trump’s pro-America immigration policy.
CNN’s Jim Acosta lost his mind and challenged Trump advisor Stephen Miller over the policy.
The shocking video went viral after Miller’s unbelievable response.
You must watch the amazing video of the exchange between Miller and Acosta below.
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Acosta – who revealed himself to be left-wing political activist and not a reporter – began his rant against Miller by claiming that the Emma Lazaru poem about tired and huddled masses which was added to the Statue of Liberty nearly 20 years after its construction – constituted federal immigration policy.
The pro-open borders advocate claimed the poem meant America should accept mass migration without any checks.
Miller shut him down with numbers and a history lesson.
Breitbart reports him stating:
“I appreciate your speech, so let’s talk about this. In 1970, when we let in 300,000 people a year, was that violating or not violating the state of liberty law of the land?
In 1990s, when we let in half a million people a year, was that violating or not violating the law of the land? Tell me what years meet Jim Acosta’s definition of the Statue of Liberty per law of the land. You’re saying a million a year is the Statue of Liberty number — 900,000 violates, 800,000 violates it.”
Any real reporter who was exposed for having no idea what they were talking about would have been shamed into silence.
Not Jim Acosta.
He plowed ahead with the prejudiced statement that only immigrants from Great Britain and Australia could speak English and therefore be admitted into America under the RAISE Act that Trump supported.
And that’s when things got really interesting.
Miller blasted Acosta for the insulting insinuation that only immigrants from the U.K. and Australia could speak English and that it revealed his cosmopolitan bias.
The Daily Caller reports Miller declaring:
“I have to say, I am shocked at your statement that you think that only people from Great Britain and Australia would know English. It’s all — it reveals your cosmopolitan bias to a shocking degree that in your mind — no, this is an amazing moment. This is an amazing moment,” Miller said. “That you think only people from Great Britain or Australia would speak English is so insulting to millions of hardworking immigrants who do speak English from all over the world. Jim, have you honestly never met an immigrant from another country who speaks English outside of Great Britain and Australia? Is that your personal experience?”
Miller may be the most well versed official in Washington on immigration policy.
Acosta is a political activist masquerading as a fake news “reporter.”
It was a mismatch of epic propotions.