Claim: Religious freedom in America requires that religious traditions be given protections, even if most of society finds their beliefs and practices wrong/superstitious/even harmful.
Problem: Many muslims practice child marriage and justify it on religious grounds.
Conservatives and Liberals argue whether this means we must allow child marriage for all, or religious freedom for few/none.
The alt-right humbly suggests: maybe we shouldn't let people who practice that come to the US to begin with so this question is moot.
Being direct: it's obvious that some cultures and religious practices are utterly incompatible with American government. Why does no one admit this?
Now and then the argument surfaces about the 'proposition nation' where you can identify an American by the set of values they espouse and ideas they cling to, and these ideas can be had everywhere - from Bangladesh to Taiwan. But I don't think anyone takes this idea seriously. If they did, I'd have a question for them: what do you do with those American citizens who do not subscribe to that supposedly sacred list of ideas? If we're a proposition nation, and a lot of citizens reject those 'propositions', what then?
It's hard to get an answer for this, and it's clear why: we'll have to conclude our nation has been invaded. The Proposition Nation is occupied by people who reject the propositions, and these bastards are voting in our elections. They're even promoting their ideas above and against our nation.
Unless... we water down the Holy Propositions sufficiently. Enough to make sure that America's muslim and Somalian refugees, latin American illegal immigrants, west coast liberals and Trump supporters all accept the same propositions.
Not coincidentally, this also seems like the surest way to destroy a proposition nation.