Following Joe Biden’s recent announcement that the U.S. will accept 30,000 people a month from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela, there has been mayhem in those countries as their citizens have rushed to apply for paperwork to make their way to the USA. That’s 360,000 in a single year — rivaling the 2023 population of Cleveland, Ohio.
This preposterous scheme, a massive expansion of what is cunningly referred to as “humanitarian parole” gives democrats a perpetual election advantage as those ostensibly arriving on two-year work visas will overstay and then conveniently get lost in the vastness of the United States.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) announced the new parole plan amounts to “one of the most egregious and unlawful abuses of humanitarian parole authority in the history of our nation.”
Biden’s Secretary of Homeland Security, Cuban-born Alejandro Mayorkas, another hold-over from the Obama administration, was also a fixture in the Clinton administration, even partnering with Terry McAuliffe, chairman of the democrat party and Tony Rodham, Hillary Clinton’s brother as reported by Influence Watch. Take a couple of minutes to read the first two paragraphs.
These are ominous times. If you value our U.S. Constitution and freedoms that flow from our Founding Documents, complacency is not an option.