Joe Biden has broken down another gate at the border and this is just as insane as anything else we see coming out of the Biden White House.
Trump refused to give work permits to people who have received their final determination and final order of deportation. Seriously, why would you give someone being deported a work permit? The only reason I can think of is if you don’t intend to deport them.
Now, the Biden administration has announced that they are reversing the proposed rule change, ensuring that the people marked for deportation aren’t going anyplace.
This is likely to anger the border states who actually have to deal with the huge influx of illegal aliens.
Joe Biden seems determined to flood this country with illegal aliens, believing he will be able to pass amnesty. This has always been a loser for Democrats.
The Biden administration cited that stopping issuances of work permits to illegal aliens would hurt employers by forcing them to recruit new employees to fill the void created by illegal aliens who are not permitted into the country.
Jessica Vaughan, with the Center for Immigration Studies, told Breitbart News:
“This is yet another common-sense Trump reform that is being reversed. Most Americans would be astounded to hear that in 2019 the government issued more than 25,000 work permits to people who have been ordered removed by an immigration judge. These are often criminals who can’t be deported because their home country refuses to take them back.”
“So we just let them stay, with benefits like a work permit. The Trump administration finally got around to stopping this practice, but not fast enough to keep it from being undone. We can expect the Biden administration to use the work permit authority to the maximum extent possible, because it’s a de facto amnesty that is easier than trying to get an amnesty bill through Congress.”
Already, the Biden administration is rewarding tens of thousands of border crossers with one-year work permits to remain and take American jobs while they await their court hearings.
The mass issuance of work permits to border crossers and illegal aliens comes as 16.4 million Americans remain jobless, all of whom want full-time employment. In addition to those unemployed, more than five million Americans are underemployed: they are in part-time jobs but want full-time work.