BREAKING NEWS: The Heritage Foundation announced the resignation of senior policy analyst Jason Richwine, co-author of controversial immigration report that was very critical of the Senate’s immigration reform plan, saying it would cost trillions.
Jason Richwine came under fire after it was discovered he argued in his Harvard dissertation that there was a “long-standing difference between the IQ of white Americans and immigrants,” Politico reports.
The Heritage Foundation said: “Jason Richwine let us know he’s decided to resign from his position. He’s no longer employed by Heritage. It is our long-standing policy not to discuss internal personnel matters.”
On a personal note, as a legal immigrant to this country, I am insulted by Jason Richwine’s comments. I would venture to say, thanks to people like him, the Republican Party will continue to have a huge problem with black and Hispanic voters.