The first paragraph of an article went like this:
“While President Donald Trump works to build a wall on the country’s southern border, Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he wants to break down barriers for legal immigrants.” 1
Hmm, the logical conclusion of this sentence because it begins with “while” is that Kasich is doing the something contrary to what the President is attempting.
To the opponents of the President: The President is simply attempting to enforce the law regarding illegal immigration. He is not opposed to legal immigration, only looking to change the parameters of legal immigration to make it more fair for the entire world population wishing to come here instead of a domino effect favoring those from a few nations (sometimes called “chain migration”). 2
The article adds to the implied criticism of the President’s view of immigration by publishing Kasich’s self-promoting:
“At a time when Americans are all worked up about immigration, I believe that immigration is a good thing.”
As the son of an immigrant, this author agrees that immigration can be a win-win situation. However, opponents of Trump’s controlled immigration don’t seem to care if our “win” portion of the deal disappears.
1 – “Gov. Kasich to immigrants: Come work in Ohio,” by Jessie Balmert, USA Today Network and published in the Cincinnati Enquirer, 5/16/2018.
2 – “Trump Wants to Block Visas for Immigrants’ Extended Family Members Because National Security Will Be in Danger,” by Jessica Kwong, http://www.newsweek.com/trump-wants-block-visas-immigrants-extended-family-members-national-security-770948, 1/4/2018.