Judge Bruce Einhorn, a Law Professor at Pepperdine University, appeared on Studio 11 LA to discuss the anti-immigration protestors in Murrieta, California who prevented the Department of Homeland Security buses from entering their city to unload illegal undocumented immigrants.
The judge said that he thinks “this is a mess, but it’s not a national security crisis.” He insists that since many of these people are “kids” and not “al-Qaeda members,” they pose no threat to American citizens.
“We’re still in a recession. And we have a lot of folks, Caucasians, native-born Americans, who feel, wrongly, that these young people are somehow going to push them off the economic ladder and climb over them.”
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He concludes with, “But when people are ‘economically paranoid’ that’s how they feel. And the other problem is cultural fear.”