“Their thin, panicky public denials stand in stark contrast to their public messaging. And to the growing body count.”
Judging by the the media and the Democrats running in 2020, this is the narrative we’ll hear repeated from now until election day.
Campus Reform reports:
UT-Austin instructor doubles down on claim that Republicans want ‘ethnic cleansing’
A University of Texas-Austin employee is doubling down on his previous claim that Republicans are “preparing an ethnic cleansing.”
In 2017, Alex Wild, who at the time of publication was listed on the university’s website as the curator of entomology, tweeted “Trump’s ‘security’ plans are terrible for actual security. But pretty good if ethnic cleansing is the real goal. These people are Nazis.”
More than two years later, Wild tweeted Tuesday, “Shortly after Trump took office, I noted that Republicans were preparing an ethnic cleansing. Now, in 2019, I stand by that statement. Their thin, panicky public denials stand in stark contrast to their public messaging. And to the growing body count.”
It’s unclear exactly what may have prompted Wild’s tweet, but it came the day after the Trump administration announced action aimed at reducing the number of legal immigrants receiving government benefits and instead ensuring that legal immigrants who come to the U.S. are financially self-sufficient.
The UT-Austin Office of the Registrar confirmed to Campus Reform on Wednesday that Wild is scheduled to teach an entomology course during the fall 2019 semester. UT-Austin spokesperson Shilpa Bakre also confirmed Wild’s employment with the university.
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