NYT Reporter has Undocumented resident ejected and arrested

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NYT Reporter has Undocumented resident ejected and arrested

Yes­ter­day we dis­cov­ered that while the NYT is all in favor of amnesty for those who enter places ille­gally they appar­ently draw the line if they are ille­gally present where they don’t want them.

New York Times colum­nist Nicholas Kristof fought with and restrained an intruder he found in his Philadel­phia hotel room.

In fact not con­tent to eject the ille­gal occu­pier he turn said ille­gal res­i­dent into law enforcement.

A police spokesman con­firmed the account, say­ing the colum­nist “chased him, strug­gled with him and held him until offi­cers arrived.” The sus­pect is in cus­tody await­ing charges.

This seems odd to me, Philadel­phia is a Sanc­tu­ary City there­fore if a per­son is ille­gally present some­where the proper thing to do, par­tic­u­larly if you are a mem­ber of the NYT is, regard­less of the law, to rec­og­nize said per­sons right to be where they are. Any other action is clearly racist.

Thus the police should have informed Mr. Kristof that no per­son is ille­gal and that his attempts to pun­ish that per­son for being some­place ille­gally, rather than insist­ing he get amnesty for his crime, smacked of white priv­i­lege no mat­ter what the law says.

That they did not leads one to sus­pect that the for mem­bers of the left, the tol­er­ance for the ignor­ing of the law ends when their incon­ve­nience or dan­ger begins

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Yesterday we discovered that while the NYT is all in favor of amnesty for those who enter places illegally they apparently draw the line if they are illegally present where they don’t want them.

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof fought with and restrained an intruder he found in his Philadelphia hotel room.

In fact not content to eject the illegal occupier he turn said illegal resident into law enforcement.

A police spokesman confirmed the account, saying the columnist “chased him, struggled with him and held him until officers arrived.” The suspect is in custody awaiting charges.

This seems odd to me, Philadelphia is a Sanctuary City therefore if a person is illegally present somewhere the proper thing to do, particularly if you are a member of the NYT is, regardless of the law, to recognize said persons right to be where they are. Any other action is clearly racist.

Thus the police should have informed Mr. Kristof that no person is illegal and that his attempts to punish that person for being someplace illegally, rather than insisting he get amnesty for his crime, smacked of white privilege no matter what the law says.

That they did not leads one to suspect that the for members of the left, the tolerance for the ignoring of the law ends when their inconvenience or danger begins

Unexpectedly


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