Marjorie Taylor-Greene Bill Calls for Full Moratorium on Migration into the U.S.
The bill would also reinstate hallmarks of the Trump presidency
Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene's new bill will call for a full moratorium on migration into the United States along with several other immigration measures.
The bill would also reinstate hallmarks of the Trump presidency such as:
- - The zero-tolerance policy
- - Termination of chain migration
- - Constructing a wall on the southern border and more
The bill also focuses on protecting American workers and national security.
The moratorium would last throughout Joe Biden’s presidency and until Americans can return to work.
They would also get rid of Biden-era executive orders which allowed human trafficking to increase.
The legislation comes as Biden’s relaxation of Trump’s policies triggered a crisis at the border.
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The bill also reduces the removal period for illegal aliens from 90 to 30 days.
It also strips “sanctuary cities” of federal funding and terminates Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
For the southern border, the bill would improve existing portions of wall or construct new panels via a 22-billion-dollar fund housed at the U.S. Treasury Department.
The news comes amid massive overcrowding at Border Patrol facilities now being reported.
Figures are showing 500% occupancy over the COVID-19 adjusted capacity.
According to sources, via Breitbart, the detention capacity recommendations are used to provide front-line agents and migrants with a safe environment during the pandemic.
Until Biden took office, illegal migrants were swiftly returned to Mexico under a CDC emergency order.
Many migrants, including family units, were returned within two hours of crossing.