Hmm, not exactly sure what you mean. I never stated that the poem was an immigration policy, did I? I think it’s just rather strange to have that on the Statue of Liberty and at the same time turn people in need of asylum away. I’m sure you are aware that for much of Trump’s time in the office, there was a ban on, for example, Syrian refugees? Meaning that children fleeing war, violence, and famine were not allowed to enter.

Don’t you agree that we should not put up walls and bans but rather find common humanity and welcome those in need? I’m simply criticizing the system that makes it so difficult for people to immigrate legally in this article.

That girl next door.