A business-backed group wants to add an amendment boosting immigration to the Democrats’ draft “global warming” tax and spending plan.
Senate needs to expand immigration from business support Niskanen Center. “These family-friendly reforms will reunite millions of families separated by immigration restrictions and generate significant economic benefits and income — within 10 years,” Christie DePeña, the center’s policy advocate, said Monday. GDP could exceed $4 trillion.”
One tweet Suggestion from the Niskanen group that 5 million people could get green cards from the climate bill.
The flood, roughly equivalent to four years of legal immigration, would spur Wall Street by lowering wages, raising rents and boosting consumer sales.Niskanen get funding Silicon Valley Foundation, George Soros and other progressive groups.
But Democratic lawmakers are wary of the push because they fear the immigration amendment could undermine the Senate’s huge climate and tax bills.
Despite public backlash against cheap labor immigration, Joe Biden’s pro-immigration allies are pressuring him to maximize immigration to the United States. https://t.co/0P3Uzj6k5N
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 29, 2020
“this is not [legislative] Vehicles used for immigration,” Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) told A website that supports immigration. “We hope to finish the work this week and stick to it until it’s done –. Open for modification process [to include immigration] Makes things very difficult,” said Durbin, the second-ranked Democrat in the Senate.
The so-called “vehicle” is the climate change bill that is being passed by the Senate through the fast-track settlement process.
The process includes what’s called a “vote vote,” where senators are expected to make many changes to the spending package. The amendments are decided by a majority vote, so even if a minority of Democrats back an amendment supported by Republicans, it will be added to the Democrats’ climate bill.
Republicans are likely to oppose this immigration expansion by Democrats because the influx of new immigrants will rapidly boost Democrats’ voting scores by 2030.
But business-backed demands for more migration could also be aimed at blocking Republican amendments.
For example, Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) Tell Bloomberg said Tuesday that he has an amendment “in line” for debate. The amendment could expand Title 42 legal barriers at the border.
“It seems likely that Republicans will try to force votes on thorny issues like immigration and border security, which could divide Democrats and potentially jeopardize the entire bill,” RollCall.com report August 2nd. “You can expect a lot of challenging votes,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told the magazine.
A new poll shows that more and more Americans want lower immigration levels. https://t.co/NgW9WUvLw9
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 23, 2022
The proposed Section 42 extension has been strongly condemned by Democrats, even though Joe Biden’s border chief has allowed most immigrants to either exempt the Section 42 barrier or sneak across the border with the help of coyotes.
Both sides are using the settlement debate to pose against illegal immigration ahead of the November election, said Jon Phil, a former border agency official who now works at the Center for Immigration Studies.
For example, the leading bipartisan bill to expand the 42nd Amendment did not force Biden’s border chief to close any loopholes he created, Breitbart News said.
“Unfortunately, there are plenty of weak Republicans who can also accept invalid political messages [in stopping migration],” Phil said.
“If Republicans fought harder, they would add amendments to hire thousands of new ICE officers and remove all [President Joe Biden’s] illegal immigration incentives,” he added.
Since at least 1990, DC agencies have extracted tens of millions of legal and illegal immigrants — and temporary visa workers — from poor countries as workers, managers, consumers, and tenants of various U.S. investors, and CEO.
This federal economic policy of extracting immigrants distorts the U.S. free market by inflating the labor supply for the benefit of employers. Inflationary policies make it difficult for the average American to marry, develop a career, support a family or buy a home.
Extractive immigration also slows innovation and reduces American productivity, in part because it allows employers to boost stock prices by using cheap stooped labor rather than productivity-enhancing technology.
Immigration hurts workers’ workplace rights and widens the regional wealth gap between the Democratic coastal states and the Republican heartland and southern states. The influx of cheap labor has shifted the economy toward low-productivity jobs and has driven at least 10 million American men out of the workforce.
An economy built on the extraction of immigrants also eroded Americans’ political influence over elites, alienated young people, and intensified America’s culture of democratic citizenship because it allowed wealthy elites to ignore desperate Americans are bottom society.
The economic policy was supported by progressives who wanted to transform America from a society ruled by a civic culture of European origin to a progressive empire of competing, resentful identity groups. “We’re trying to be the world’s first multi-racial, multi-ethnic superpower,” Rep. Rohit Khanna (D-CA) Tell This New York Times March 2022. “It’s going to be a phenomenal achievement … we’ll win in the end,” he boasted.
Business-backed immigration advocates hide this extraction-immigrant economic policy in a variety of high-sounding explanation and theatrical border security program. For example, progressives claim that the United States is a “nation of immigrants”, that immigration is good for immigrants, and that the country must renew itself by changing its population.
Polls show public wanting to welcome some immigrants, but also reveal deep and broad public opposition to labour migration and temporary contract inflows staff member Enter the jobs young graduates in the US seek.
Opposition is growing, anti-establishment, multiracial, transgender, non-racist, class based, bipartisan, reasonablepersevering, and acknowledging that American citizens should be united with one another.