Biden: 'We’ll Cut Migration by Raising Migration'
Biden offers Mexico’s president plan of action
Joe Biden has told Mexico’s president that he would reduce migration by raising migration.
According to a White House statement:
President [Joe Biden] outlined his plan to reduce migration by … increasing [migrant] resettlement capacity and lawful alternative immigration pathways [in the United States], improving processing at the [U.S.] border to adjudicate [migrants’] requests for asylum, and reversing the previous administration’s draconian immigration policies.
Biden told President Andrés Manuel López Obrador that he also plans “to reduce migration by addressing its root causes.”
According to the statement, Biden will reduce illegal migration into Americans’ workplaces by increasing legalized migration.
Increases in immigration reduce Americans’ wages while inflating cheap-labor profits for CEOs and investors.
The US currently imports roughly 1 million legal immigrants each year.
President Donald Trump’s popular restraints on migration aided in raising Americans’ household income by 7 percent.
But Biden now faced the task of carefully extracting more workers and consumers from Central America while trying to prevent a wave of people seeking U.S. jobs and homes.
The White House statement said:
“The two leaders agreed to work closely to stem the flow of irregular migration to Mexico and the United States, as well as to promote development in the Northern Triangle of Central America.”
Mexico’s government provided a short and vague statement.
“We spoke with President Biden, he was kind and respectful,” the statement read.
“We deal with issues related to migration, # COVID19 [Chinese coronavirus], and cooperation for development and well-being. Everything indicates that relations will be good for the good of our peoples and nations.”
Earlier this week, Biden issued a 100-day "pause" on all deportations of illegal immigrants.
DHS said in a statement:
"The pause will allow DHS to ensure that its resources are dedicated to responding to the most pressing challenges that the United States faces, including immediate operational challenges at the southwest border in the midst of the most serious global public health crisis in a century."
Neon Nettle reported Biden's amnesty plan would grant U.S. citizenship to all illegal aliens who are able to prove they were in the United States illegally on January 1.
A description provided “by transition officials” to the Washington Post said:
“To qualify, immigrants must have been in the United States as of Jan. 1, a move meant to blunt any rush to the border."
“Biden, he’s going to help all of us,” one English-speaking Honduran told CNN.
“He’s given us 100 days to get to the U.S. and give us legal [unintelligible] paper so we can get a better life for our kids and family.”