On Tuesday, President Joe Biden said it was “not rational”Economic migrants are to be returned to Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba.
“Fewer immigrants [are] coming from Central America and from Mexico,”Biden spoke to reporters about Friday’s massive migration when asked. He said:
It is quite a different situation. [from prior years]. What’s on my watch now is Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua. They also have the potential to be sent. [the migrants]It’s not rational to go back to such states.
However, Biden’s migration is unfairly pressuring down Americans’ wages. It is also boosting rents and housing prices, and pushing up inflation for a wide variety of goods, such as used autos and food.
Biden’s opposition to deportation is also giving the GOP an advantage in the midterm elections. Biden’s migration is giving voters rational pocketbook reasons to vote for the GOP in the House and even the Senate. These rational votes can sink other advocacy groups in the Democratic Party.
The GOP’s leaders have been slow to build a case for migration against the ballot in 2022, despite strong donor pressure.
Biden’s non-enforcement policy may also be illegal. Congress adopted the border laws popular to stop economic migrants taking jobs that are otherwise available to Americans. However, Biden’s border policy may soon be vetoed by the Supreme Court, which is responsible for ensuring that Congress’ laws are implemented and enforced by the administration.
Biden has received nearly 2 million migrants from the south since 2021.
In August, Biden’s welcome attracted more migrants from distant countries than he did from Mexico, and three countries in Central America, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.
These two lines intersected last month, which is incredible.
The vast majority of immigrants that US authorities found at the US/Mexico border in august were from places “very far” from the US. It has never been done before. pic.twitter.com/CgyLaRE6AA
— Adam Isacson (@adam_wola) September 20, 2022
Mexico, the three Central American nations, have exported many of their youth to America as consumers and workers.
This is a result of the increasing inflow from distant countries a rapid increaseThe three autocracies have accepted migrants. Biden’s deputies accepted roughly 56,000 migrants from those countries in August, up from 3,000 in October 2019.
Biden’s deputies also insist that the migrants from those countries are political refugees fleeing communist states.
“We should not be using people, migrants who are fleeing communism, as a political pawn,” Biden’s spokeswoman said Friday about the transfer of migrants to Martha’s Vinyard.
“Failing communist regimes in Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba are driving a new wave of migration across the Western Hemisphere, including the recent increase in encounters at the southwest U.S. border,”Chris Magnus (Customs and Border Protection Commissioner) stated this in a Friday declaration. “Those fleeing repressive regimes pose significant challenges for [deportations],”He said.
New data shows that Biden reduced the number illegal aliens being deported to the United States during Fiscal Year 2021. https://t.co/Qgl2QM0694
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) March 12, 2022
But, migrants say that they have come to the United States because of economic reasons.
“I am a welder, and I am looking for work here,”Adrian Medina, a Venezuelan refugee, told The New York PostOn September 21,
And Biden’s policy of accepting unhappy migrants from those countries strengthens the autocracies’ unpopular governments.
“De facto, the U.S. government is helping the regime in Havana get rid of its discontented [young] population by taking them in,”Mark Krikorian (director of the Center for Immigration Studies) added:
This was true for Mexico. It was because the Mexican grassroots were able to move to Chicago to get a job as a landscaper, which is why political reform took so long. I don’t mean dissidents — I mean the ordinary folks who would have demanded better lives in their local town or village. They could just move on. [via immigration].
We’re seeing that in an even more stark sense in Cuba … They use us as the bogeyman, and by us taking everybody who’s discontented with the regime, we end up helping them.
Krikorian explained that Venezuela is an autocracy but almost all Venezuelan migrants have already fled to South American countries.
Most people [migrating]These were the Venezuals of many years past. They were living in Colombia and Peru and decided to take Biden up on his invitation to come to the United States …They’re just joining the crowd, heading to the border, because of Joe Biden’s invitation.
Autocracies also gain economic short-term benefits from the remittances of migrants. The gain is even larger because Biden’s welcome means the migrants can work in the United States instead of in Mexico, Brazil, or Chile.
Biden’s claim to be rescuing migrants from autocracy is also undercut by the reality that the governments are eager to send those migrants to the United States. For example, most Cuban migrants fly from the island to Nicaragua, where they are released by the Nicaraguan government to head north to Texas. Also, Breitbart News reported on September 18 that Venezuela’s government is releasing prisoners so they can migrate to Biden’s welcome.
Rep. Matt Gaetz addressed Biden DHS chief Mayorkas regarding the 1.2 Million illegal aliens who live in America and have been deported. “You actually don’t want to remove them.” https://t.co/bWkwepf7kr
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) April 29, 2022
Biden’s emphasis on autocracy was also undercut by the news that his deputies are negotiating with Cuba’s government for the transfer of more migrants to the United States. Jake Sullivan, Biden’s national security adviser, told reporters Tuesday:
We’ve actually had a series of discussions with the Cuban government about getting visas restarted, which has been previously announced — that the United States is providing a significant number of visas for Cubans to be able to come directly from Cuba to the United States and not make the harrowing journey. They will be continuing to communicate with us on the matter of migration.
Critics claim that the U.S. expulsion of youth from these countries causes their long-term decline, regardless of democratic and government aid.
“Our immigration policy has had negative effects on various countries in different ways for years and years,”Rosemary Jenks is the director of government relations at NumbersUSA. “By bringing all of the motivated and educated and resourced people from a very poor country to the United States, that harms that [poor sending] country,”Breitbart News interviewed her in April.
Darinel Peez, a Cuban doctor aged 31, was interviewed by Reuters Tapachula in Mexico to show the extent of Extraction Migration. I had to sell my house, everything I had,” she said. “Leaving Cuba was very hard.”
Biden’s officials claim they have to accept migrants from those countries because their governments will not accept deported migrants. Biden, however hasn’t shown willingness to press those countries into accepting their return.
A convicted Afghan rapist deported by former President Donald Trump’s administration was reportedly brought back to the United States thanks to President Joe Biden’s massive resettlement operation out of Afghanistan. https://t.co/za6qy9yLQF
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) August 30, 2021
Sullivan expanded Biden’s message during the midday press conference:
I would make a larger point here, which is that I think the American people need to understand that a significant part of the reason why we’re seeing an increase in the number of people who are coming to America’s southwestern border is because people are fleeing three repressive dictatorships: Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua. These three countries have many citizens who are suffering under the oppressive regimes of their three governments and are trying to escape.
And that’s what makes it so challenging for someone who works in the national security space to see anyone from one of those three countries — from Venezuela or Cuba or Nicaragua — be treated as some kind of pawn, because these are people who are trying to escape brutal dictatorships.
Now, from the U.S.’s perspective, we will step up to our responsibility to help the citizens of those three countries, but we also believe that this is a region-wide responsibility.
What you’ll see over the next weeks will be a lot of intense diplomacy, as we work together with every country in the region to address the particular migration problems coming from Venezuela or Nicaragua.
Business lobbies are also available “just want more warm bodies”Krikorian stated that they are available for workers, renters and consumers.
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