July 11, 2024


Amnesty For 7 Million Illegal Aliens In Biden's 'Build Back Better' Budget.

President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better Act,” a $1.75 trillion budget reconciliation package deal that is filibuster-proof, includes amnesty for at least seven million illegal extraterrestrial creatures. On Thursday, Democrats unveiled a reconciliation package deal negotiated with the Biden administration, which includes a provision allowing hundreds of thousands of illegal extraterrestrial beings who can prove they entered the US more than a decade ago to receive green cards and then naturalized American citizenship.

In particular, the amnesty may extend the Immigration Reform and Control Act’s (IRCA) registry data, allowing unauthorized extraterrestrial beings to keep their green cards as long as they can prove they arrived in the United States before January 1, 2010. According to Breitbart News, the amnesty may allow over seven million illegal extraterrestrial beings—and possibly even more—to obtain green cards and apply for naturalization after five years. According to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) before 2010, around eleven million illegal extraterrestrial beings were living in the United States at the time.

The amnesty is a Democrat retaliation for Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough’s ruling in late September that the availability was no longer suitable for a reconciliation package deal because it had nothing to do with financial considerations. The amnesty may flood the U.S. labor market with hundreds of thousands of newly authorized foreign immigrants while also shifting money to the nation’s coasts — a bonanza for blue states and blue cities, especially for the donor class, investors, and the powerful business lobby. According to studies conducted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, cutting-edge immigration degrees have already put downward pressure on U.S. wages while redistributing approximately $500 billion in wealth away from America’s working and middle classes and toward employers and newcomers.

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has already calculated that amnesty for illegal extraterrestrial beings might be a net financial drain on American taxpayers while also depressing wages in the United States. Every year, 1.2 million incarcerated immigrants are granted inexperienced playing cards that allow them to completely resettle in the United States. In addition, 1.44 million foreign nationals are granted permits to work in the United States, while tens of thousands of illegal extraterrestrial beings enter the country each year. According to the latest estimates, the Biden administration released more than half a million border crossers and illegal alien creatures into the United States indoors from January to August. 


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