51 Lawmakers warn Biden immigration order could make border crisis ‘Catastrophic Overnight’*
Within short order after being inaugurated, Joe Biden authorized the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, an unfathomable bill which opens the border to all comers. At the core of the bill being fast-tracked is citizenship, which translates to voting rights and permanently increasing the size of the democrat party. That core element takes precedent over the fact that America is essentially in lock-down mode due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. There is a major thrust to vaccinate our populace, while the surge of El Salvadoran, Guatemalan, Honduran and Mexican nationals will be bringing in more disease — along with crime. Businesses have been shut down, with tens of thousands permanently closing, putting millions of Americans out of work. Why, then, does the Biden administration tell us the unemployment rate is down?
Schools are mostly virtual, which raises the question of how millions of what Biden terms “migrants” will become educated, learn English and our history, if they choose to assimilate as actual legally arriving immigrants have done for generations.
The Immigration Act of 1882 contained a “public charge” clause allowing the U.S. government to deny a visa to anyone classified as “likely at any time to become a “public charge” or dependent on government resources.
It was established by Congress and signed by President Chester A. Arthur. The provisions have expanded, with the Immigration and Nationality Act (enacted in 1952, and amended in 1965) which declares, “Any alien likely at any time to become a public charge” as inadmissible to the country and “those who have received public benefits within their first five years in the United States as deportable.”
Requiring respect for our sovereign border should not be a partisan issue. The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, during democrat Bill Clinton’s presidency, strengthened U.S. immigration laws, adding penalties for illegal aliens who commit crimes while in the United States. It also raised the standards for sponsors of foreign nationals, requiring them to show financial capability and obligating them to reimburse the government for means-tested public benefits received by those they sponsor.
This paragraph is directly from the Biden White House’s “Fact Sheet” media release:
“The bill will stimulate our economy while ensuring that every worker is protected. The bill creates an earned path to citizenship for our immigrant neighbors, colleagues, parishioners, community leaders, friends, and loved ones—including Dreamers and the essential workers who have risked their lives to serve and protect American communities.”
Biden has also become a grammarian. His bill also changes definitions in the English language by altering the word “alien” to “noncitizen” in America’s immigration laws. Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, clarifies the terminology in this illuminating article, ‘Undocumented Immigrant’ Is a Made-Up Term That Ignores the Law.
This difficult to decipher mumbo-jumbo was, of course, also put out by the Biden administration‘s Bureau of Labor Statistics, supposedly gauging the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the American workforce. During the Trump administration, when the economy reached historic heights, the jobs report was issued monthly and was read with ease, since there was nothing to conceal.
* Read the Daily Wire article by Ryan Saavedra, asterisked in subheading. It specifically mentions Arizona.