New York Times Reporters Says DeSan­tis Is ‘Unre­al­is­tic’ When He Push­es Depor­ta­tions

<div>New York Times Reporters Says DeSantis Is 'Unrealistic' When He Pushes Deportations</div>

The New York Times con­tin­ued to paint Repub­li­cans as the extrem­ists on the immi­gra­tion issue, even when it’s the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty who seems eager to wel­come a surge of migrants and per­haps even give them the vote.
The online head­line over the sto­ry by Nicholas Nehamas and Eileen Sul­li­van didn’t even nod toward objec­tiv­i­ty: “With Unre­al­is­tic Immi­gra­tion Pro­pos­als, DeSan­tis and Trump Try to Out­do Each Oth­er.”
Cam­paign reporter Nehamas is noto­ri­ous­ly hos­tile to DeSan­tis, and Sul­li­van’s pre­vi­ous mis­lead­ing report­ing cap­tures her sid­ing with ille­gal immi­grants, so this anti-DeSan­tis screed comes as no sur­prise.

As a pres­i­den­tial can­di­date, Gov. Ron DeSan­tis of Flori­da has said he would autho­rize the use of dead­ly force against peo­ple cross­ing the bor­der, seek to end the prac­tice of birthright cit­i­zen­ship and send the mil­i­tary to strike against drug car­tels inside Mex­i­co, a key ally of the Unit­ed States, even with­out the per­mis­sion of its gov­ern­ment.
Those posi­tions put him on the hard right among the Repub­li­cans run­ning for pres­i­dent, many of whom are tap­ping into deep anger among …