The Justice Department has decided to finally abandon the “undocumented” liberal euphemism when describing those who illegally invaded the United States:
The Justice Department has instructed US attorneys offices not to use the term “undocumented” immigrants and instead refer to someone illegally in the US as “an illegal alien,” according to a copy of an agency-wide email obtained by CNN.
According to the email, the Justice Department uses terms in the US Code to describe an individual who is illegally in the US, and thus refers to them as “an illegal alien.”
“The word ‘undocumented’ is not based in US code and should not be used to describe someone’s illegal presence in the country,” the email states.
An immigrant who is in the US legally or whose status is unknown is to be described by their country of citizenship, it adds.
US citizens or green card holders are referred to as a “resident” of the state or city where they live, and the guidance says if their citizenship or status can be referenced if it is part of the factual record of the case.
Liberals are masters at euphemisms – renaming the unacceptable with innocuous terms, such rebranding pedophilia as “intergenerational affection” and then demanding you accept it.
For years, “illegal alien” was considered “racist” because it hurt a few Mexicans’ feelings. So everybody pretended that illegal invaders from Mexico merely lacked the proper paperwork to sponge off our taxpayers.
Not only do Mexicans lack the proper documents to be part of a White society – they also lack the DNA, and no government policy will ever acknowledge that reality.