Mark Levin: Immigration Isn’t About Helping Other Countries, It’s About What’s in the Best Interest of the American People

‘But when you believe the American people are systemically racist, you don’t really care what’s in the best interest of the American people’

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LEVIN: "You know, the purpose of immigration is not to support the country from which the immigrant comes from or even the immigrant. The purpose of immigration has historically been what’s in the best interest of the American people. But when you believe the American people are systemically racist, you don’t really care what’s in the best interest of the American people. Joe Biden and the Democrat Party want to fundamentally change America. If you want to fundamentally change something, you don’t like it. As a matter of fact, you hate it. Massive taxation, massive regulation, massive spending, massive debt, they are igniting inflation as we speak, wide open southern border, you have MS-13, drugs pouring across the border, you have massive child abuse going on there and Joe Biden doesn't give a damn."

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