Democrats are trying to blame the GOP for the flood of low-wage, high-rent migrants expected to cross the southern border once Speaker Joe Biden’s lawmakers lift the Title 42 border barrier in May.
“The president sent an immigration plan to Congress on his first day in office. [and] We have consistently asked for more resources,” Biden chief of staff Ron Klain told ABC News on April 3. November midterm elections.
Public dissatisfaction with immigration [policy] was driven by the Republicans and they are fueling that,” Democratic political consultant Cornell Belcher told NBC on April 3. He continued:
Not too long ago, I remember when a guy named Barack Obama thought he had an immigration deal with the Gang of Eight. But it was in the interests of Republicans not to have a deal, comprehensive immigration reform, which included border security, which included a pathway. And by the way, most Americans think you should pay a fine and there should be a way. And that won’t happen. Do you know why that won’t happen? Because Republicans in Congress don’t want that to happen.
“It’s just ridiculous,” replied Rosemary Jenks, the ddirector of government relations for NumbersUSA, which seeks to stem the influx of legal and illegal immigrants. She continued:
There has been no agreement on immigration for decades – and we had no [migration] crisis in early Jan 2021, but we did it late Jan 2021… It’s incredibly transparent to most people – they know the Democrats are in charge, and if [President] Joe Biden wanted a secure border, we would have a secure border…
“It’s definitely damage control,” she said, adding:
Democrats do their normal thing where they project their sins onto someone else – WWhenever they accuse Republicans of something, it’s usually because they do it themselves. IIn this case, they know full well that they are the reason the borders are open and we have this crisis, and so they are projecting their failures onto the Republicans… [But] despite the lack of mainstream media coverage, the public is still very aware of what is going on.
We don’t need to deal — we need solutions, we need to deal with the border crisis. We have to enforce our laws. There is no point in Congress passing more laws with some [new] deal if Mayorkas is going to choose which law he is going to apply… [The Democratic Party] don’t care what the audience wants. He wants what the party wants and the party wants a pool of potential new voters.
But Democrats are pushing their case as Borders Chief Alejandro Mayokras increases the influx each month to around 70,000 illegal migrants accepted.
In February, up to 165,000 migrants arrived at the border and Mayorkas admitted 74,000 under various legal excuses. Very few of the arrivals were detained, as required by law.
The accepted influx of 74,000 migrants comes on top of other influxes of around 40,000 “escaped” migrants sneaking across the border, plus around one million legal migrants a year, plus a huge influx of at least 500 000 endorsements. In total, the current influx imports approximately one migrant for every two American births.
Once the Title 42 barrier is lifted, officials suggest the influx could reach as many as three migrants for every two American births.
But the Biden administration and its media allies are trying to keep the established media focused on blaming former President Donald Trump, not Biden.
The “The Trump administration put in people who were just plain incompetent, and they destroyed our ability to really manage a lot of the influx of people at the border,” former Democratic Rep. Julian Castro said on May 3. April. He continued: “The Biden administration had to pick up those pieces… I commend the administration for lifting title 42, I think it should have been done a long time ago.
“A meaningful solution would require a legislative overhaul of the legal immigration system, which eluded a dysfunctional Congress for years,” the official said. Washington Post’s editorial board claimed April 1.
“The Biden-Harris administration is committed to pursuing all avenues within our authority to secure our borders, enforce our laws, and stay true to our values,” Borders Chief Mayorkas said in an April 1 statement. . “A long-term solution can only come from comprehensive legislation that brings lasting reform to a fundamentally flawed system.”
Mayorkas also blames history and geopolitics, not the establishment policy of extracting migrant workers, consumers and tenants from poor countries:
The root causes of irregular migration predate today’s announcement, and we have seen an increase in migration over the past decade and long before. DHS is always preparing for the ebb and flow of migration patterns.
Democrat shifting blame only works if the public chooses to be misled, Jenks said.
“It’s all based on the idea that the American people are going to buy it, which I just don’t see,” she said. “It’s like the ‘Putin inflation’ thing and the ‘Putin gas increases’ thing – it’s just madness because we’ve all seen prices go up long before Russia invaded the world. ‘Ukraine.”
Since at least 1990, the DC establishment has used a wide variety of excuses and explanations – for example, “Immigrant Nation” – to justify its policy of extracting tens of millions of migrants and laborers from visas from poor countries to serve as workers, consumers, and tenants for various American investors and CEOs.
The self-interested economic strategy of extractive migration has no stopping point. It is harmful to ordinary Americans because it reduces their career opportunities, cuts their wages and salaries, increases their housing costs, and has driven at least ten million American men out of the labor force.
Extractive migration also distorts the economy, stifles American productivity, reduces the political clout of voters, undermines employee rights in the workplace, and widens regional wealth gaps between Democrats’ coastal states and Republican Heartland States.
An economy based on extractive migration also radicalizes Americans’ democratic and compromise-promoting civic culture, as it allows wealthy elites to ignore desperate Americans at home. low of the society.
The economic strategy also kills many migrants, divides foreign families and extracts wealth from poor countries of origin.
Extractive migration policy is supported by progressives who wish to transform the United States from a society ruled by a European-descended civic culture into an empire ruled by progressives from competing identity groups. “We are trying to become the world’s first multi-racial, multi-ethnic superpower,” Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) said. New York Times March 21th. “It will be an extraordinary achievement…we will end up triumphing,” he insisted.
Unsurprisingly, the wealth extraction migration policy is wildly unpopular, according to a wide variety of polls. Polls show deep and broad public opposition to labor migration and the influx of temporary workers into jobs sought by young American college graduates.
The opposition is growing, protesting, multiracial, heterosexual, non-racist, class, bipartisan, rationalpersevering, and recognizes the solidarity that Americans owe to each other.