Illegal aliens have been invading the country at a record pace. An estimated 500,000 have been stopped at the border and allowed into the United States in just the last three months.
Now, Biden has decided we need even more illegals so he has a plan to fly relatives of the illegal aliens into the country. Estimates are the program will fly their relatives into the United States.
Not only will we have to pay for the flight but we will also provide them housing and other benefits all of which you and I will pay for.
To make matters worse is the illegal aliens are not approved to remain here. So what happens if the illegal is deemed not qualified for entry. What happens if that person is deported.
Do all of his or her relatives get deported as well? Who are we kidding? Biden is not going to deport anyone, including criminals. He wants to flood the country and then push for amnesty.
He won’t get it, but he will take comfort that some of the illegals will vote illegally for the Democrats.
The number of illegals entering the US through Texas is ten times the number that entered the US one year before.
President Joe Biden is allowing Central American economic migrants with pending asylum claims — not just approved claims — to have the Department of State fly their families on the American taxpayer dime to live with them in the U.S.
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On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times revealed:
The Biden administration on Tuesday announced the major expansion of a program that would allow many such youths into the country legally, part of its stated goal to increase “legal pathways” for immigration. The changes could boost the number of Salvadoran, Guatemalan and Honduran children joining their families in the U.S. from several hundred to tens of thousands.
The in-country processing will resume with Tuesday’s announcement, administration officials said. Advocates warned against allowing burdensome backlogs to form in El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras, with screening, interviews, vetting, and cross-border paperwork that delay and ultimately discourage applicants, some of whom feel too at risk to wait it out [and choose to take their shot trying to sneak into the U.S.]