The weekend remarks of former President Trump, in which he claimed immigrants are “poisoning the blood of our country,” were defended by Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade.
These remarks have since received widespread censure.
“He was talking about the border. He was talking about people coming from other countries, coming from prisons. And they wanted to focus on all the Sunday shows, Lawrence, on the word he used, ‘poison.’ He’s just trying to say we want to keep America, America. We want to build up the border and find out who’s coming in and out. And they tried to say that this language was the problem.” Kilmeade said, in reference to the comments.
During a weekend campaign event, Trump vehemently opposed the immigration policies implemented by the Biden administration, asserting that millions of individuals are unlawfully entering the nation and “contaminating the blood of our nation.”
Far-left critics then promptly drew parallels to the rhetoric employed by Adolf Hitler; while President Biden’s campaign even went so far as to accuse him of “parroting” the notorious dictator.