Trump ally Laura Loomer: “Nationalism keeps you safe. Profiling keeps you safe. Discrimination keeps you safe.”

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Citation From the April 10, 2024, edition of Lauren Chen's Pseudo-Intellectual LIVE, streamed on YouTube

LAURA LOOMER: And I'm coming out with a documentary called The Great Replacement as well where I'm going to be talking about how the great replacement is not a conspiracy theory. It's actually very real, and it's being funded by the United States government. So we're being replaced by our own taxpayer money.


LOOMER: There's no vetting, and, honestly, there's no difference anymore between legal and illegal immigrants. There's just no difference. There's no difference anymore. We're at a point in time where we're at such a crisis in our country that we just need to have a full-blown immigration moratorium. It doesn't matter. Like, you'll hear a conservative say, “Oh, well, you know, we're not against immigration.” Well, I am. I mean, I don't know about those people, but I am. I am against immigration. I don't want any more immigration in my country right now. We can't even take care of our own people. We — we're in enormous debt. We have 22 veterans a day committing suicide, OK? The average family cannot afford to live. They cannot afford to survive. We're on the brink of absolute societal collapse. I don't want any more immigration, legal or illegal. So, we need to pressure more Republicans into adopting this position. People like to say it's xenophobic. People like to say it's too nationalistic. 

Well, I think that, you know, nationalism keeps you safe. Profiling keeps you safe. Discrimination keeps you safe. And when I say discrimination keeps you safe, I'm saying having standards, right? Because what's the difference between discrimination and preferences, right? There's really no difference. People think that discrimination is a bad thing. Well, if it's being utilized as a standard, right, to establish standards of safety, is it discrimination or are those standards?

So I think that a lot of this is just word games. It's a manipulation of semantics. And people, as you said before, really disturbingly so, are willing to play these word games, at the sake of our own national security and our own public safety. And people are getting killed, and people are going to continue to get killed if this is allowed to continue.