Bitch The Mail paid for a poll to see if Americans want Prince Harry deported

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So, here we are: The Daily Mail is paying for a push poll to be conducted in the US, asking Americans if they believe Prince Harry should be deported. I would say Mel has jumped the shark, but that probably happened years ago. The whole issue of deportation has been a special interest project for the deaf and dumb at the Heritage Foundation, an American think tank full of British fascists and racists. The Venn diagram from Heritage to the far-right Tories to the anti-British Sussex agenda is just a circle. For what it’s worth, British dumbf-carey hasn’t been translated into America at all. Even this highly questionable poll showed that Americans do not want Prince Harry to be deported:

Americans overall do not think Prince Harry should be deported if he was found to have lied about drug use in his visa application, according to an exclusive poll by DailyMail.com. Upon entering the US, visa applicants are required to fill out a form stating whether they have taken drugs. Sources close to Harry have indicated that he answered ‘truthfully’ when he moved to the US with wife Meghan Markle in 2020.

But a Washington, DC-based think tank is currently suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for access to its records. Donald Trump has hinted that he could deport the royal family if it is found that they have not provided correct information.

An exclusive poll by DailyMail.com found that 44 percent of Americans thought Harry should be allowed to stay in the US, even if it was later discovered that he had not filled out the visa form correctly. The survey showed that 33 percent said he should be deported under those circumstances, and 24 percent said they did not know. Of Republicans who said Harry should be deported if he lied on the form, 42 percent said he should be deported and 35 percent said not. Both Democrats, 56 percent to 24 percent, and independents, 40 percent to 32 percent, said he should be allowed to stay.

James Johnson, co-founder of pollsters JL Partners, said: ‘Some people may be outraged by Harry’s conduct, but the American public is reacting with a shrug. They largely don’t want to see him deported, even if he lied on his immigration forms. Their attitude seems to be live and let live, even if you’re a British prince across the pond.’

[From The Daily Mail]

Throughout the whole Sexit ordeal and where-is-Kate-get ordeal, I’ve realized that there are some big royal stories that really seep into the broader culture. Kate’s disappearance sparked a conversation about what those people did to both Meghan and Diana, and it took the disappearance story even further, as there were a lot of legitimate questions about how that institution Crushes and destroys some women. Everything Harry and Meghan have said and done since moving to California has reinforced the (true) story that they have been wronged, that there are hostile forces working against them, that they should be treated like Harry’s horrible family. Have the right to live and flourish away from. Like, I don’t believe that most Americans have any opinion about Harry’s visa or deportation or what have you, but it has hit home in the American consciousness that the Sussexes are safer here, that they are better off from a bad situation. They survived because injustice was done to them.

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