Michelle Malkin, a far-right political pundit, laughed and agreed that her latest book suggests that the United Nations is “grifting brown people” when a Breitbart editor suggested it to her on a radio show.
During the September 11 episode of “Breitbart News Daily,” host and Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow and Malkin spoke at length about billionaire George Soros, and his role in an alleged “war for globalism” being fought against immigration controls in Western countries. Malkin argued that Soros sees national sovereignty as an “obstacle” to his agenda and that he and groups he funds use the United Nations to overcome that obstacle.
“You’ve got a lot of very learned listeners who’ve understood what the United Nations agenda is. And by the way, the United Nations meets on September 17,” Malkin said.
“If my intro to the United Nations was reading your book, I’d think their agenda is grifting brown people,” Marlow said.
Malkin laughed and responded, “There you go. That’s pretty much the bottom line.”
As the interview went on, Malkin repeatedly praised Breitbart’s coverage of immigration in the United States and chided Republicans who are not opposed to the United States taking in refugees from other nations.
“There’s a motto on the Statue of Liberty that says we are ‘Liberty enlightening the world.’ Yes, we are liberty enlightening the world, not absorbing every last member of it. It is alarming that even so many normies on the right sort of just mindlessly adopt that same propaganda that we should welcome every last piece of ‘wretched refuse,’ which comes from the poem, without thinking twice about the impact it has on the survival of our country,” Malkin said.
This morning, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services acting director Ken Cuccinelli, who recently offered his own exclusionary re-write of the poem printed on the Statue of Liberty’s base, praised Malkin on Twitter.