It boggles the mind why an American president would create an amnesty program when the problems of illegal immigration were fixed by the last administration. Why would an American president do this to the country? Obtaining votes is the only explanation that makes any sense. When you think about the harm that comes to American citizens and many of the migrants who travel here because they have been told by Woke Democrats that we owe them a living, it should be criminal. How do you decide to create a border crisis in the first month of your administration? We are unquestionably in the middle of a crisis right now and it’s all been unnecessarily self-inflicted by the Biden administration.
After four years of Herculean efforts, the Trump administration handed over an immigration system to the new administration where illegal migrants were safely returned back to their countries of origin thanks to agreements made with Central American governments, the surge of children migrants and families traveling thousands of miles, many of them raped and assaulted along the way, had effectively stopped. Catch and Release was ended, because it was a stupid policy where we released illegal border crossers into the American population only to have zero percent ever show up for their hearings and zero percent chance that the Obama administration would give a damn about finding them and deporting them. In four weeks’ time, the Biden administration ended all of that. Now, tens of thousands of people are getting hurt every single day with thousands coming across our border, and the federal government is not equipped to test them for COVID-19. American citizens are being locked down in Democrat-controlled states, Biden asks for a mask mandate, yet they are not testing thousands of foreign migrants for COVID. Wonderful! Supporting illegal immigration is cruel and evil because it kills people.
A new analysis shows President Joe Biden’s amnesty program will bring in enough foreigners that the numbers will compare to the size of California’s population.
Last month, House and Senate Democrats introduced the HR 1177 & S. 348, the Biden plan, that will give amnesty to the roughly 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the United States -I believe the number is closer to 30 million – while at the same time they will double the annual legal immigration numbers to the country, flooding the labor market with more foreign competition for the nation’s more than 17 million jobless Americans, many of them jobless thanks to other disastrous decisions made by the Biden administration since January 20.
NumbersUSA, an organization that fights for American workers to decrease the foreign competition in our labor market, did an analysis that finds that by 2031, Biden’s amnesty program will have brought in a foreign-born population almost the size of California.
According to the analysis, by 2031, almost 12 million illegal aliens will have been processed through the amnesty policies that would let them remain in the United States indefinitely and then reward them with American citizenship. Did anyone really vote for this?
Did you vote to have the current number of 1.2 million green card holders doubled to more than 2.4 million? This horrible legislation will bring in more than 37 million foreigners into the US in just ten years. Contrary to what Biden thinks, no society can bring in that many people in that timespan and not have serious negative effects on society.
It’s a vicious cycle. The huge wave of immigration will have consequences on American citizens, but those who Biden is appeasing with his amnesty plans don’t care. The wave of immigration brought in by the Biden plan will be a windfall for corporations who want cheap labor and more consumers. The differences between the Trump administration that this group of anti-American schemers cannot be more clear. Whereas the Trump administration implemented an America First agenda where American working families were employed and were thriving, the Biden administration, by their own policies, has made America last.