EPISODE 13   |   JANUARY 17, 2019

RIGHT TO TRY

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Is Trump Derangement Syndrome a real mental disorder? To find the answer, we follow the story of a life-long Democrat, a true American hero, and how baring her soul opened her eyes to a frightening new normal.

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EPISODE 13   |   JANUARY 17, 2019

RIGHT TO TRY

Supported by:

Is Trump Derangement Syndrome a real mental disorder? To find the answer, we follow the story of a life-long Democrat, a true American hero, and how baring her soul opened her eyes to a frightening new normal.

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Patrick Courrielche:
Our mainstream media has made something abundantly clear - immigrants outperform American citizens in just about every way possible, except for perhaps in one area…committing crime.

MSNBC Reporter: Immigrant teens are less likely to do drugs, commit crime, and engage in violence.

Researcher:
again and again we see immigrants are substantially less likely in violence, crime…

Marc Rosenblum: Immigrants are disproportionately unlikely to be in prison…Cities with lots of immigrants don’t have lots of crime.

Jorge Ramos: Immigrants are less likely to be criminals than U.S. citizens.

Cenk Ugyur: In the cities where you have the most undocumented immigrants, you have the least amount of crime.

Patrick Courrielche: But is this true, do illegal immigrants commit less crime than American citizens?

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