Sunday, December 5, 2021

Congress Spends $1.6 Billion to Subsidize Cartels’ Labor Smuggling in U.S.; Spending Shock! $1.6 Billion For Unaccompanied Alien Children “Disguised In Legislative Language”

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Congress Spends $1.6 Billion to Subsidize Cartels’ Labor Smuggling in U.S.:
Congress has voted to spend $1.6 billion to help cartels deliver children and job-seeking youths to cities and towns around the United States.
The giveaway is buried within the continuing resolution, which was rushed through Congress late Thursday to keep government agencies operating until February.
“This money is available through September 30, 2024, and its intended purpose is disguised in legislative language that says ‘for the account specified and for the activities specified, in section 141 of this Act,'” said a December 2 report by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).
From February to October 2021, President Joe Biden’s deputies admitted roughly 125,000 younger migrants from Central America as “Unaccompanied Alien Children.” That inflow was six times larger than the 20,000 younger migrants who were admitted during the prior four months by President Donald Trump.
Pro-migration groups — including lobbies for Fortune 500 investors — portray the cartel smuggling as a rescue effort for “children” trapped in crime-ridden countries.
But the cartels are using a 2008 law that requires federal agencies to relay migrants to U.S. destinations if they claim to be younger than 18.
The agencies then deliver the migrants to “sponsors” throughout the United States, saving the cartels and clients from paying the extra cost of smuggling people from the border to distant U.S. destinations.
The vast majority of the sponsors are either illegal migrants who earlier paid the cartels to sneak them and their children into the United States, or else the labor traffickers who steadily work with the cartels to smuggle indebted workers into the United States.
This government-funded migrant-delivery system helps to persuade illegal migrants to stay in the United States instead of returning home to their left-behind families. It also provides U.S. employers with cheap labor that reduces the need to hire Americans or invest in American-made labor-saving machinery. --->READ MORE HERE
Spending Shock! $1.6 Billion For Unaccompanied Alien Children “Disguised In Legislative Language”:
Spending bills passed by Congress on Thursday night included $1.6 billion in emergency funding for the Biden administration to address the rising problem of unaccompanied minors crossing the southern border illegally.
As little attention as it deserved, the money’s placement in the law was a sign of government’s growing recognition of how serious the situation has become.
To help Health and Human Services shelter and locate sponsors for the thousands of migrant youngsters, the money will be used.
A total of $1.6 billion was “hidden in legislative wording,” according to Rob Law, the Center for Immigration Studies’ director of regulatory relations and policy.
$1.6 billion is allocated to a “account designated and for the activities specified in section 141 of this Act,” according to the text. Congress enacted the first stopgap budget package in late September, which provided a $2.5 billion financial infusion, with Section 141 included in it.
As a result of this, Congress has now forced to push $4.1 billion to HHS in less than two months in order to accommodate the influx of unaccompanied illegal immigrant adolescents. --->READ MORE HERE
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