Heritage Foundation's in-house racist, senior policy analyst Jason Richwine
As you may already know, turns out
that one of the authors of the Heritage Foundation's non-infamous report on immigration, Jason Richwine, is an overt white supremacist. As he wrote in his doctoral thesis:
"No one knows whether Hispanics will ever reach IQ parity with whites, but the prediction that new Hispanic immigrants will have low-IQ children and grandchildren is difficult to argue against."
This is the genius that the Heritage Foundation got to co-author a "study" that claims that the legalization of 11 million undocumented immigrants will cost the country $6.3 trillion
Per simple math, this genuine Einstein argues that legalizing our nation's undocumented immigrants will cost $572,727.27 per immigrant. And how does this rocket scientist get that number? By assuming every one of those immigrants is on welfare, will remain on welfare, and will never get off welfare. Because, you know, those immigrants aren't nuclear physicists. Like him.
That "study" is so stupid, that even Heritage's usual conservative friends can't pretend otherwise.
Now Heritage is going around begging journalists to note that Heritage had nothing to do with their in-house racist's IQ paper. Hunter got one of those emails earlier today. Well, they hired this Poindexter, made him a senior policy analyst, then had him co-author a study on the very same people he thinks are inferior to whites. What did they think was going to happen?
If Heritage wants to hire overt racists, they own the results. Just like they do when they hire morons to deliver them.