It’s not enough that illegal aliens are appearing on our border with the same speed the Allies displayed on Normandy Beach on D-Day. It’s not enough that Joe Biden refuses to deport illegal aliens who commit felonies. It’s not even enough that Biden grants temporary amnesty to 100,000 Haitians.
Now, Biden’s administration wants to return deported aliens to the United States. Come one, come all is the Biden motto.
The open borders lobby shared a plan with the Biden administration. They want a new plan that will allow illegal aliens deported during the Trump administration, nearly one million, to apply to return to the United States apparently on the dime of the American taxpayer.
Of course, not all 1 million will be accepted. There could be literally dozens that won’t be approved. Who will suffer the most under the Biden immigration plans? Blacks and Hispanics.
Because of the huge amount of illegal aliens who will be allowed to join our workforce, newly graduated Blacks and Hispanics who for one reason or another will not be attending college, will be at a huge disadvantage for attaining employment.
Employers will have a choice of hiring experienced workers or kids right out of high school. Which ones do you think will be hired?
Think about this. President Trump deported almost 1 million illegal aliens and what happened to the unemployment rate for Blacks and Hispanics? It hit an all time low. And they weren’t all fast food jobs.
There were oil and gas jobs and tons of manufacturing jobs that pay well. Meat production plants had to raise the pay for employees after the illegals were cleared out by ICE and the plants were forced to hire Americans.
The AP reports:
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The plan asks the government to take into account factors like people who were eligible for legal status and had applied before being deported or those who have compelling circumstances.
The proposal has been shared with White House staff, the group said. It plans to invite Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to discuss the proposal and include a letter signed by 75 immigrants’ rights organizations supporting the plan.
A White House spokesperson referred questions about the proposal to the Department of Homeland Security, which did not immediately respond.