Joe Biden Calls for Illegal Alien Amnesty to Be Included in $3.5T Spending Bill
Democrat says he fully endorses amnesty plan for millions of illegal immigrants
Joe Biden gave a preview of his government's plans to add millions more Democrat voters to the U.S. population this week.
Speaking to reporters as he left the White House, Biden revealed that he is pushing for the $3.5 trillion spending bill to include amnesty for the millions of illegal aliens living in America.
Biden said he is fully endorsing the plan to reward immigrants who have entered the country illegally.
“I think we should include in the reconciliation bill the immigration proposal,” he told reporters as he left to visit his wife, Jill Biden, at Walter Reed Hospital.
Biden commented after meeting with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL).
He confirmed they discussed the issue of amnesty at the White House.
The White House clarified and expanded Biden’s comments in a statement about the meeting:
President Biden and Vice President Harris expressed their strong support for including immigration reform in upcoming reconciliation legislation to enable Dreamers, TPS recipients, farmworkers, and essential workers to gain long-awaited pathways to citizenship.
Despite Biden’s endorsement, it is unclear if the Senate parliamentarian will decide if amnesty may be added under the budget rules of reconciliation.
Democrats believe they can use budget reconciliation to pass amnesty, as they are confident in the economic benefits of their plan.
Congressional Democrats view the reconciliation bill as the last chance to pass amnesty for illegal immigrants with their 50 votes in the Senate and a tiebreak from Kamala Harris.
It appears as though the Democrats' pro-migration push is a little one-sided, however.
As Neon Nettle reported this week, Biden's administration is deporting 27 Cuban asylum seekers, who fled to America to escape Cuba's far-left communist dictatorship.
The news follows a Wednesday report from Neon Nettle that the Biden admin has so far released 50,000 non-Cuban migrants into the interior of the United States without giving them court dates for their "asylum" claims.
The double standard is raising a few eyebrows as the Democratic governments are often accused of welcoming migrants from Central America as they are viewed as future Democrat voters.
Cubans, on the other hand, are more likely to vote Republican after escaping Cuba's brutal left-wing regime.