Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Biden’s Sanctuary Policies Leave No Safe Haven for Victims, Federal Agents; Biden Opens Borders As Media And Governments Hide Details About Illegal Immigrant Crime, and related stories

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Biden’s Sanctuary Policies Leave No Safe Haven for Victims, Federal Agents:
On his first day in the Oval Office, President Joe Biden signed a record 17 executive orders, many of them voiding commonsense policies enacted during the Trump administration.
One of the worst—and most dangerous—was his “Revision of Civil Immigration Enforcement Policies and Priorities.” A more apt title would be “Providing Sanctuary for Criminal Aliens.”
Biden’s short order revoked former President Donald Trump’s 2017 executive order on interior immigration enforcement.
It’s not enough, apparently, to refrain from removing illegal aliens who commit crimes after they break into the country—the new president wants states and cities to provide such aliens sanctuary. Worse, it seems, he wants to hide their offenses and ignore their victims.
When combined with the radical new guidance on immigration enforcement the Biden administration issued on Feb. 18, the ability of federal law enforcement to enforce our immigration laws has been all but eviscerated. The stark policy of the Biden administration is, in essence, nonenforcement of our immigration laws with only certain minimal exceptions.
The vast majority of illegal aliens (a forbidden term, according to the guidance—they must be called “noncitizens”) will now be given a free pass. --->READ MORE HERE
Biden Opens Borders As Media And Governments Hide Details About Illegal Immigrant Crime
To reverse former President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, President Biden is working with Democrats in Congress on “sweeping immigration legislation” that includes an eight-year path to citizenship for an claimed estimate of 11 million illegal immigrants. Such drastic reform must be supported by facts, which are hotly debated, and even purposely withheld.
Democrats’ sunny population estimation falls in line with the Pew Research Center’s assessment that 10.5 million illegal immigrants resided in the United States in 2017. The Federation for American Immigration Reform alternatively estimates that 14.45 million illegal immigrants reside in the United States as of 2020.
Much information about illegal immigrants is unknown, including their rate of additional criminality and overall cost burden for taxpayers, which FAIR assesses at $133.7 billion each year. While the Cato Institute estimates illegal immigrants are between 26 and 41 percent less likely to be incarcerated than native-born Americans, FAIR concludes instead that illegal immigrants are three times more likely to be incarcerated than citizens and legally present immigrants. To be able to refine and even assess the accuracy of such claims, better information is needed. --->READ MORE HERE
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