When it comes to immigration, journalist Jennifer Mendelsohn wants "to make it personal." That's what she's done through her Twitter hashtag #resistancegenealogy, where she presents what she's learned about the family histories of prominent anti-immigration proponents. Here are some of her finds.
Stephen Miller, White House senior policy adviser, has backed giving favorable status to immigrants who speak English. That policy, Mendelsohn found, might have kept his own family out.
Dan Scavino Jr., assistant to President Trump, has tweeted his opposition to "chain migration." Here's Mendelsohn's tweet about it.
Congressman Steve King, Republican of Iowa, has tweeted that "culture and demographics are our destiny. We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies." Mendelsohn made an interesting find.
Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren seconded Trump's recent crude...