For the, I don't know, tenth time? Trump said *nothing* about race.
You are being racist, because you define these women by their race. You judge these women by the color of their skin, not the content of their character.
> We know that you only support immigration of uneducated, white . . .
We know that you are only a filthy liar. I support legal immigration, not illegal immigration. BTW: my wife is an immigrant, of Asian heritage.
> while you oppose immigration of educated people who help the economy directly (H1B holders, mostly Indian).
I hardly think of temporary visa workers as immigrants. In fact, I seem to vaguely remember that there are laws to keep H1B visa workers from becoming permanent residents, or even getting green cards. I see H1B visa workers as being exploited by major tech companies. I think the H1B was specifically designed that way.
I know that there is a lot of animosity between US workers and visa workers. I believe that both sides should see that big tech employers are the exploiters here.
Do H1B workers help the economy directly, or only help mega-wealthy individuals, and corporations?
If we so desperately need these visa workers, then why is it entirely legal to replace an competent American worker, with a cheaper H1B? And why is that done all the time? This helps the big tech cut their expenses, but what are the long term effects to our nation?
What happens when potential US STEM workers come to realize that, no matter what they do, their jobs will be off-shored, or they will be replaced with a cheaper visa worker? The answer is obvious: Americans will not bother with degrees in STEM, and other countries will become the technical innovators that America once was. Is it really the best idea to discourage such potential STEM workers?
BTW: do you consider professor Matloff to be a racist?
In case you have not heard of him:
Here is his H1B web page: http://heather.cs.ucdavis.edu/h1b.html