Not satisfied with the millions of illegals crossing the borders freely, Biden’s bosses are now proposing legal sanctuary for climate refugees because one fake excuse is the same as another. Refugee status would be bestowed upon “climate change activists” or “environmental defenders.” legal status means they would be eligible for green cards and permanent protected status, even though our laws make no provision for them. But, Biden and his higher-ups have no respect for laws.
The report said:
“Climate activists, or environmental defenders, persecuted for speaking out on government inaction on climate change may also have a plausible claim to refugee status. (It notes that if a government) “withholds or denies relief from the impacts of climate change” to people who “share a protected characteristic in a manner and to a degree amounting to persecution,” then these individuals could also be “eligible for refugee status.”
USAID contributed to the new @WhiteHouse report on the Impact of Climate Change on Migration. #Climatechange is a factor in growing levels of global migration & the U.S. is leading efforts to address impacts: https://t.co/MvtZdYLGHJ pic.twitter.com/l4agyPBrle
— USAID (@USAID) October 21, 2021
The idea of the radical left is to give as many a safe haven within our borders as possible until they are in a position to grant blanket amnesty upon hundreds of millions in order to build a permanent power base immune from American ideas and ideals. For, those are the roadblocks to the elite ruling over the great unwashed. Our heroes and our morals must be destroyed before that can happen.
The report goes on to discuss actions for the U.S. government to consider in addressing the relationship between climate change and migration, including considering claims based on “climate change activism” and situations where individuals may not be granted governmental relief from climate change’s impact.
The suggested actions also urge the U.S. government to develop a secondary report focusing on climate change’s impact on migration within the U.S., specifically highlighting densely populated areas and those experiencing sharp climate change.
The report follows a surge of migrants at the U.S. southern border, with border officials encountering 210,000 migrants in July, challenging historical trends.
President Joe Biden ordered the report in February, after signing an executive order that focused in-part on rebuilding and expanding the United States Refugee Admissions Program. The report notes that this is the first time “the U.S. Government is officially reporting on the link between climate change and migration.”