(Tea Party PAC) – President-elect Joe Biden has plans to kick off a continuation of former President Barack Obama’s open borders policies for our nation as soon as he enters office.
In all the noise of the election and Biden’s history of corruption and crookedness, it’s easy to lose track of just how many aspects of his platform pose existential threats to our nation and its most sacred rights.
Buckle up, folks.
Zero Hedge reports that Biden plans to “immediately” send a legislative package to Congress that would provide a pathway to citizenship for roughly 11 million illegal aliens as per a report from the Los Angeles Times.
This comes from “immigrants rights activists in communication with the Biden-Harris transition team.”
Breaking: During his first days in office, President-elect Joe Biden plans to send legislation to congress that would provide a pathway to citizenship for 11 million immigrants who are in the country without legal status. https://t.co/z0ImiAT6OM
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) January 16, 2021
If Republicans don’t stop this in the Senate, it’s GG for the GOP https://t.co/LEE5OkqqpD
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 16, 2021
Such a bill would also establish a shorter pathway to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of people living in the U.S. under a temporary protected status and/or who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program having been brought illegally into the U.S. when they were children.
The Times calls this a “significant departure from many previous immigration bills under both Democratic and Republican administrations,” as Biden’s plan wouldn’t have any provisions to increase border security and immigration enforcement.
Marielena Hincapié, the executive director of the National Immigration Law Center Immigrant Justice Fund, received intel on the details of Biden’s plan by his staffers and spoke with the Times.
Both Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have firmly stated they have plans for legislative proposals which would provide a pathway to citizenship for the millions of illegal aliens currently living within our borders.
The Times reported they have “confirmed the bold opening salvo that the new administration plans in its first days doesn’t include the ‘security first’ political concessions of past efforts.
“Hincapié, who was co-chair of the Biden-Sanders Unity Task Force on Immigration — part of Biden’s outreach to his top primary rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and his progressive base — said that Biden’s decision to not prioritize additional enforcement measures was probably a result of lessons learned from the Obama administration’s failed attempt to appease Republicans by backing tighter immigration enforcement in hopes of gaining their support for immigration relief,” the Times reported.
“On Inauguration Day, President-elect Biden will sign roughly a dozen actions to combat the four crises, restore humanity to our immigration system, and make government function for the people,” a memo from incoming Biden chief of staff, Ron Klain, said in a Saturday memo.
He also noted that the Biden agenda includes “the immigration bill he will send to Congress on his first day in office.”
Such a plan would be the most sweeping and comprehensive since President Ronald Regan’s Immigration Reform and Control Act in 1986 which granted 3 million people legal status.
Zero Hedge notes that California flipped blue after this.
It provided that immigrants would be eligible for legal and permanent residence after five years and U.S. citizenship after three more years.
Even with a majority in Washington D.C., the Democrats don’t enjoy a huge majority and are likely to face pushback for such massive changes.
The radical open borders agenda is not without its supporters in the Beltway, of course, and just last week Texas Democrat Rep. Juaquin Castro told reporters that he is working on a bill which would provide immediate protection to illegal aliens from deportation and would fast-track a path to citizenship for undocumented “essential workers.”
“It’s time for essential workers to no longer be treated as disposable, but to be celebrated and welcomed as American citizens,” said Castro, adding “If your labor feeds, builds and cares for our nation, you have earned the right to stay here with full legal protection, free from fear of deportation.”
And right on cue, another caravan is headed for the border:
A Honduran migrant caravan is heading to the United States.
Arriving just in time for Joe Biden’s inauguration.
This is the future Democrats’ voted for.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 15, 2021
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