House Dems Begin Drafting Plan To Provide Amnesty For 11M Illegal Aliens
Biden vowed to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens living in America
House Democrats have begun drafting a plan which will provide amnesty for all 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the U.S.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to sign off on the plan, if he wins the election.
The plan, which is led by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA), proposes the plan is filed immediately if Biden takes office.
According to a Poltico report, the open-borders lobby is currently also urging Biden to halt all deportations for at least 100 days and end President Trump’s constitutional travel ban
Tapping Mayorkas, former deputy secretary of the Department of Homeland Security under Obama, is a “conversation starter,” Franco said. But she and other immigrant advocates say staffing is just one piece of it. They want the former vice president to impose a 100-day moratorium on deportations, rescind many of Trump’s more than 400 executive orders on immigration (like the so-called Muslim ban) and lay the groundwork for tougher goals like a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants — all promises he made on the campaign trail. [Emphasis added]
Privately, multiple Hispanic Caucus members said a large number of Democrats would be “severely disappointed” if Biden didn’t push immigration reform early.
“That’s not going to sit well with a lot of folks,” said one lawmaker in the caucus. [Emphasis added]
Biden vowed to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens living in America "in the first 100 days," if he wins the election.
Biden says he would make it a priority to send an amnesty deal to the Senate for “over 11 million” immigrants who have entered the United States illegally.
"Some of it’s going to depend on the kind of cooperation I can or cannot get from the United States Congress," Biden said of his agenda.
"But I am going, I made a commitment, in the first 100 days," Biden promised.
"I will send an immigration bill to the United States Senate with a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people in America."
Around 24.5 million Americans are either jobless or underemployed, but all want full-time jobs.
Those unemployed are made to compete in the labor market by an endless stream of foreign workers who secure visas and green cards that rack up to more than 2.5 million admissions every year.