Mark Levin Show: Heather McDonald from Manhattan Institute debunks Jeb Bush’s claims about immigrants

This is a lengthy interview but it is information that you just don’t hear everyday. Heather McDonald from the Manhattan Institute was invited on the Mark Levin Show to comment on claims made by Jeb Bush earlier today regarding immigrants and immigration. And it turns out that many of his claims were absolutely untrue. For example, his claim that immigrants create more businesses than native-born Americans is FALSE. McDonald says there is no measurable difference overall in the business creation rate between the two groups. She even notes, reluctantly, that they’ve found that there is a cultural bifurcation between immigrants from South America vs Central America and Mexico in terms of business creation, pointing out that South American immigrants have a substantially higher business creation rate.



That’s just one claim. Listen below for the rest:

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