"Finally, someone accepts that immigration is white and the privilege of immigration is white," she said. "The president already has echoed that sentiment. He already said he'd rather have immigrants from Norway. Their white privilege has advantages. The man (Cuccinelli) just said it."
The truth, however, is that the statue was almost finished when she penned the poem, which she didn't do because she was "inspired" but because she was talked into it - after first refusing to write the verse - by a literary colleague named Constance Clay Harrison.