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Word of the project quickly spread, sparking an outpouring of small-minded bigotry. Fox News regularly condemned the plan — how dare Muslims gather so close to where Muslims attacked us? Some family members of those who died there in the Sept. 11 attacks rallied against the project. Pressure mounted on Mayor Bloomberg to kill it, or move it somewhere else. “We would betray our values and play into our enemies’ hands if we were to treat Muslims differently than anyone else,” he said, his voice filled with emotion. “In fact, to cave to populist sentiment would be to hand a victory to the terrorists, and we should not stand for that.” I wondered where that man was this week when Mr. Bloomberg, testing the waters for a Democratic presidential bid, stubbornly doubled down on what is arguably his greatest mistake in office: the aggressive use of the policing strategy known as stop-and-frisk that resulted in millions of innocent black and Latino people being stopped on the streets. “I think people, the voters, want low crime,” Mr. Bloomberg told The New York Times in an interview about his presidential aspirations.
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The Trump administration and other Republican leaders have been trying in recent years to make it harder for minorities to vote, by closing polling places where they live, reducing voting hours and adding stringent I.D. requirements. And now Ross was suggesting that Jeff Sessions’s Justice Department — as New York magazine’s Eric Levitz points out — actually cared deeply about black voter turnout. All along, the real motivation for the citizenship question has been clear. Adding it would frighten some Latinos — including citizens — about responding to the census, worried that doing so could subject them to scrutiny from immigration authorities. An undercount of Latinos would then cause them to receive less political representation and federal funding — both of which are based on the census. Areas with few Latinos, which tend to lean Republican, would receive outsize Congressional power and outsize federal money. So we have known for months that Ross’s testimony was, at best, misleading. In July, The Washington Post gave him “four Pinocchios.” This week, we got the documentation that he told an outright lie — when he claimed the Justice Department “initiated” the citizenship question.
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