Sunday, January 15, 2023

Joe Biden Claims He Can Expand Legal Migration by 360,000; Biden ‘parole’ to Let In 30K Migrants a Month from 4 Countries, and related stories

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Joe Biden Claims He Can Expand Legal Migration by 360,000:
President Joe Biden claims he can legally admit 360,000 extra migrants each year, despite Congress’ annual cap of roughly 1 million migrants.
“Today, I’m announcing that my administration is going to expand the parole program for people not only from Venezuela, but from Cuba, Nicaragua, and Haiti,” Biden told reporters at a White House press conference.
Biden claimed he has the power to raise immigration numbers because the Republicans have refused to vote for his mass immigration policies. “I’m left with only one choice — to act on my own, do as much as I can on my own to try to change the atmosphere,” Biden said.
The plan would use the soon-to-expire Title 42 border barrier to block illegal migration while also awarding 360,000 “parole” tickets that allow would-be migrants to work and live in the United States.
The migrant plan is being touted by White House officials and establishment media sites as a “carrot and stick” policy.
“This is more smoke and mirrors than carrots and sticks,” responded Rosemary Jenks, the director of government relations at She added that the establishment media will accept the PR with, “Okay, thank you, may I have another?” --->READ MORE HERE
Biden ‘parole’ to let in 30K migrants a month from 4 countries:
Ahead of a weekend visit to El Paso, President Biden unveiled a new border policy Thursday that will allow in 30,000 migrants a month from Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela — while also ordering the rapid deportation of those who illegally enter the US from those countries.
Thousands of those four nationalities will be let into America via what Biden is calling a humanitarian “parole” program — but members of those groups are less likely to be admitted than other migrants who illegally cross the border.
“My message is this: If you’re trying to leave Cuba, Nicaragua or Haiti . . . or have agreed to begin a journey to America, do not — do not just show up at the border,” Biden said at the White House.
“Stay where you are and apply legally from there. Starting today, if you don’t apply through the legal process you will not be eligible for this new parole program.”
The deportation policy, a variation on a Trump-era program, was first imposed upon Venezuelans in October, despite their relatively obvious claims of persecution, resulting in tearful deportations of families and scuffles at the US-Mexico border--->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

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