It should be very clear to most observers that the current White House Administration’s policy involving our border is failing our national citizens. It appears that President Biden is more concerned about the welfare of aliens who are trying to cross our southern borders illegally than the citizens who are already legally here!
Clearly the mass crossings during the last 10 months are hurting our country:
- Communities where the federal government is transferring thousands of these illegal aliens to.
- This is also putting undue pressure on communities and states to provide additional housing (and solve some welfare issues) for these thousands of immigrants.
- It is also putting pressure on other blue collar legal citizens to compete for jobs with immigrants who have already disrespected our immigration laws.
Sadly, the Democrat party is now considering issuing thousands of dollars to illegal immigrant families who are now here and have, in the past, been separated from their children by the government for a period time. These new legislative bills should outrage most citizens.
Recognizing the serious problem of illegal aliens entering their state, the state government of Texas has already committed itself to funding and completing ‘the Wall’ along their southern border. Their Governor recently stated that illegal entry (from their southern border in Texas) has increased by 900% during the last year.
In spite of this Democrats are also now considering granting amnesty to over 8 million immigrants who are still living in our country illegally. You would think that Democrats in the House and Senate would respect the rule of law (namely upholding our existing immigration laws).
It’s one thing when an immigrant applies for citizenship legally. It’s another thing when an immigrant entering this country illegally ignores our laws. This explains why a state like Florida is attempting to sue the federal government for its ‘open door’ policy.
All the above should clearly tell our voting public to deny the Democrat party (in November of 2022) future leadership in both the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.© James Lambert
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