Republicans: At Your Cervix Ladies!

The animal magnetism of Stephan “Pee-Wee Goering” Miller is palpable.

Stephan Miller, take a bow!

State Department cable shows plan to restrict pregnant people from visiting the US.

“The State Department has told US embassies across the world to deny visas to people they suspect are coming to the US to give birth, according to diplomatic cables obtained by Vox — guidance that gives broad discretion to consular officers and could prove dangerous to pregnant people seeking medical care.

“The cable, sent Wednesday afternoon and marked “sensitive but unclassified,” turns a suspicion among immigration restrictionists that people are trying to game America’s visa system into official US policy, starting on Friday, January 24. The apparent goal is to clamp down on foreigners giving birth to children in the US who become, by birth, American citizens.”

The idea is to chip away at birthright citizenship indirectly, and it has dangerous implications for pregnant women seeking medical care. Be prepared to show your papers before giving birth.

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6 Responses to Republicans: At Your Cervix Ladies!

  1. Well, this may anger his bosses’ boss. This is a favorite way of getting a foothold here by Russian mobsters “legitimate businessmen”…

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  2. donnah says:

    Come on, guys! You know there will be loopholes and exemptions for our Russian pals. They will easily prove they have the means to deliver and raise their Russian-bred babies here in the States. Miller just wants to exclude those grabby, brown-skinned moochers.

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  3. Astamari says:

    “Sensitive but Unclassified (or SBU as it usually known at State/USAID) is by far the most common classification and not really necessary to note in a reporter’s story. Guessing that the reporter doesn’t usually do the State beat.

    It’s also worth noting that the Dump Maladministration has already added many new tasks to already overwhelmed consular offices who are facing personnel cutbacks so the incompetence and cruelty will proceed with ceasing.

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    • tengrain says:

      When I was developing the automatic classification marking system (for a DoD project), we stuck with Unclassified as the base classification.

      Everyone I interviewed for requirements thought that SBU was BS. “Everything is sensitive. Your grocery list is sensitive.”




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