The Biden regime is going to be off to a rip-roaring start as the string-pullers behind the former vice president are hellbent on reversing every aspect of President Trump’s America First policies.
When the geriatric gaffe machine takes the oath of office in a heavily militarized Washington D.C. that offers a glimpse of the nation’s dystopian future under one-party rule, he will immediately get busy with signing executive orders.
One of the Biden regime’s top initiatives is to throw a bone to the big business interests that have offshored millions of American jobs to low-wage hellholes and rely on cheap imported labor to fill the rest.
According to an Associated Press report that cites sources who have been briefed on the plan, Biden “will announce legislation his first day in office to provide a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants in the United States illegally,” a precursor for the open borders society that activists have been clamoring for.
That lunchbucket Joe has prioritized pandering to Latinos with the gift of amnesty despite his campaign rhetoric to another key demographic is a signal that its time for blacks to go to the back of the bus now that the election is over.
Biden’s “aggressive” immigration agenda includes a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants. https://t.co/CcbDBdjg1m
— Vox (@voxdotcom) January 16, 2021
Via The Associated Press, “Biden to prioritize legal status for millions of immigrants”:
“President-elect Joe Biden’s decision to immediately ask Congress to offer legal status to an estimated 11 million people in the country has surprised advocates given how the issue has long divided Democrats and Republicans, even within their own parties.
Biden will announce legislation his first day in office to provide a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants in the United States illegally, according to four people briefed on his plans.
The president-elect campaigned on a path to citizenship for the roughly 11 million people in the U.S. illegally, but it was unclear how quickly he would move while wrestling with the coronavirus pandemic, the economy and other priorities. For advocates, memories were fresh of presidential candidate Barack Obama pledging an immigration bill his first year in office, in 2009, but not tackling the issue until his second term.
Biden’s plan is the polar opposite of Donald Trump, whose successful 2016 presidential campaign rested in part on curbing or stopping illegal immigration.
“This really does represent a historic shift from Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda that recognizes that all of the undocumented immigrants that are currently in the United States should be placed on a path to citizenship,” said Marielena Hincapie, executive director of the National Immigration Law Center, who was briefed on the bill.
If successful, the legislation would be the biggest move toward granting status to people in the country illegally since President Ronald Reagan bestowed amnesty on nearly 3 million people in 1986. Legislative efforts to overhaul immigration policy failed in 2007 and 2013.
Ron Klain, Biden’s incoming chief of staff, said Saturday that Biden will send an immigration bill to Congress “on his first day in office.” He didn’t elaborate and Biden’s office declined to comment on specifics.”
The Biden amnesty is so audaciously bold that it reportedly floored advocates.
According to Politico:
Biden has said he plans to “immediately” introduce an immigration bill after taking office on Wednesday. And top Latino and immigrant advocacy groups who’ve seen details of the coming package said they were stunned by the boldness of Biden’s plan.
In anticipation of Biden’s throwing open of the border despite the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent economic devastation wrought by lockdowns that sent tens of millions into unemployment, the migrant caravans are massing and marching northward to the land of plenty.
A group from the Central American migrant caravan forcefully push past border patrol in Guatemala. pic.twitter.com/5ALDRclVPI
— The Hill (@thehill) January 16, 2021
Dramatic video shows people from the Honduran migrant caravan pushing past border control to cross into Guatemala. pic.twitter.com/GFLX4CRwyK
— The Hill (@thehill) January 17, 2021
The great Biden amnesty further underscored the difference between the Democrats and President Trump and one has to wonder whether some of those who voted for good old Joe from Scranton may be having buyer’s remorse with his prioritizing of illegal aliens over those who stand to be harmed greatly from the economic fallout including higher taxes to pay for their free healthcare.
At least one prominent Biden backer reacted negatively when arch-neoconservative David Frum who is credited with coining George W. Bush’s term “axis of evil” bemoaned the move.
The Biden immigration plans could wreck his whole administration from the start. They will invite a border surge that will force Biden to choose between mass detentions or ever-accelerating unauthorized migration. https://t.co/LaeLu0JLE8
— David Frum (@davidfrum) January 17, 2021
In Frum’s case, his anxiety has a root in his desire for more costly foreign wars, something that may be a problem when millions of illiterate, poverty-stricken immigrants flood the country.
For Americans, there is nothing that they can do, they are completely helpless as is evident by the brazen theft of an election and ongoing efforts by Democrats to declare all who dare to disagree with them as domestic terrorists.