Joe Biden is finally making good on a promise. On the campaign trail he guaranteed the fabric of America would be greatly altered with him as President — and he was right. On Thursday, the Biden administration celebrated the introduction of their radical immigration bill. Every American should be concerned.
The truth is the last four years have exacerbated our already broken immigration system. The legislation I sent to Congress will bring about much-needed reform and restore humanity to our policies. I look forward to working with Congress to get it done. https://t.co/35U0J3NgQr
— President Biden (@POTUS) February 19, 2021
Sen. Menendez and Rep. Sanchez introduced the ‘U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021’ this week. The bill seeks to create a simplified path toward citizenship for over 12 million illegal aliens currently squatting in the country today.
The introduction of this bill couldn’t come at a worse time.
While Americans are still reeling from the affects of the pandemic, many are still out of work and even more have completely lost their livelihoods. The American-born workforce is shrinking and will continue to do is Democrats allow it to be flooded with foreign workers.
Children brought to the country illegally by their parents (DACA or Dreamers) would be first priority and receive the speediest path to citizenship. Foreign farm workers are also slated to receive expedited citizenship as well.
And just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, the Democrats find a way to make the bill even more terrible with a giant injection of ‘woke’ pandering.
If passed, the bill requires all use of the term ‘illegal alien’ be completely stripped from all federal forms and paperwork. The term ‘noncitizen’ would take its place.
Biden complained that the immigration policies of the previous four years under former President Donald Trump only “exacerbated the already broken immigration system” and vowed to modernize the system.
Republicans have totally canned the bill, repeatedly saying they would never vote on a bill that provided total amnesty for that many illegal immigrants. With out Republican support in the Senate, the bill will unlikely meet the 60 vote threshold needed to pass.
With the introduction and support of this bill Biden is finally able to check off one of his ‘100 Day’ campaign promises. Though the bill is unlikely to pass, this symbolic gesture signals to the far-left that Biden will at least entertain the idea of radical immigration reform.
“This should be a bipartisan effort. These are Democrat priorities or Republican priorities – but American ones,” he said.