“They’re similar to our household,” David Glosser instructed CNN’s Alisyn Camerota in an interview on “New Day.” “We wanted to return right here. We wanted to search out someplace to go and people who could not suffered the implications.”
“We’re getting no ethical management from the President, who’s pleased to sentence these people who find themselves like our household, like my household,” Glosser instructed CNN.
He argued that there is “institutional, political racism sweeping throughout the nation, targeted on vilifying folks that you do not know, individuals who actually are similar to us.”
Glosser stated that his household wouldn’t have survived World Struggle II and the Holocaust if they didn’t have the chance to immigrate to the US as refugees again within the early 1900s, earlier than the enactment of the 1924 Immigration Act that restricted the entry of jap and southern European immigrants.