We all knew this was coming, particularly after Biden’s flurry of executive orders, including 17 signed on his first day of office. In contrast, Trump signed one executive order on his first day, and this order aligned perfectly with one of Trump’s longstanding campaign promises: the border wall.
On the contrary, Democrats ran on a platform of “Not Trump,” providing them with a convenient cover for their real campaign: the total destruction of America, starting with the apparent elimination of a rather critical border.
And now, to supplement Biden’s asinine executive orders, the Democrats have formally introduced an outrageous immigration bill to Congress. Not only does this bill effectively promise citizenship as a reward for illegal entry into the United States, but it also fails to provide any provisions whatsoever for border security.
The Associated Press provided strong insight into this bill, which is nothing short of a simultaneous giveaway to illegal criminals and complete disregard of Americans’ safety.
“While the plan offers one of the fastest pathways to citizenship of any proposed measure in recent years, it does so without offering any enhanced border security, which past immigration negotiations have used as a way to win Republican votes. Without enhanced security, it faces tough odds in a closely divided Congress …
The bill would immediately provide green cards to farm workers, those with temporary protected status and young people who arrived in the U.S. illegally as children. For others living in the U.S. as of Jan. 1, 2021, the plan establishes a five-year path to temporary legal status, if they pass background checks, pay taxes and fulfill other basic requirements. Then, after three years, they can pursue citizenship.” [Source: Town Hall]
Wow. So, not only is basic border security apparently a non-starter (because that worked out so well in Europe), but it also clearly reveals the Democrats’ enmity towards hardworking Americans who dare to wish for something as simple as feeling secure in their own country against literal invaders.
Even RINO McConnell, who otherwise seems to be a useful asset for the Democrats, commented on the disgrace of an immigration bill.
“[This bill is a] massive proposal for blanket amnesty that would gut enforcement of American laws while creating huge new incentives for people to rush here illegally at the same time.” [Source: Fox News]
For once, McConnell actually raises a reasonable point. Which is why it is such a shame he apparently has decided to dislike Trump, given that Trump clearly shares the same sentiments as McConnell. Or McConnell shares the same sentiments as Trump.
In addition, others share Trump’s views, including former Rockwell County Sheriff Harold Eavenson, who would know far more about border security than the Democrats ever will.
“Since the Biden administration had taken office and even before, he said what he would do would revert, basically revert back to the policy of the Obama administration where our borders were open …
And we had thousands and thousands of people coming into our country on a regular basis. And after President Trump took office, those numbers went down and the criminal activity by illegals in our country also went down.”
[Source: The Daily Wire]
Exactly. In other words, Trump got results. Biden presents … platitudes.
Of course, Biden’s ever circling press secretary, Psaki, was sure to inform the public that she had a clue about checks and balances, or at least presented the visage of a clue, as evidenced by her sixth grade civics commentary below.
“Congress will have to work through what it looks like moving forward, and what components will be included here and what components could be dealt with separately.” [Source: Fox News]
Wow, imagine that. Biden may actually have to defer to Congress, even if he chooses to continue avoiding giving a customary speech to Congress. Who knows, maybe Kamala will give the speech instead. After all, she’s already phoning foreign leaders, so what difference does it make if she speaks to Congress?
One can only hope that this bill sputters out on Congress’s floor, but, then again, one also can only hope for lots of things, including transparent elections …
The next few weeks should be quite telling.