Biden, Far Left Gang Have a Nasty New Years Gift for Us All

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The radical aides to President Biden brag about their work to speed foreigners into American jobs, culture, and voting rights.

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“I’m tremendously pleased with the USCIS workforce [for] adopting several organizational and policy reforms in response to executive directives from the Biden-Harris presidency,” stated Ur Jaddou, the director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.


Within Alejandro Mayorkas’ Department of Homeland Security is the Citizenship and Immigration Services division. Foreigners’ applications for work permits, green cards, and citizenship are processed by the USCIS agency.

The agency assists people applying for jobs in the United States from other countries, as well as migrants who illegally cross the border. It also helps migrants who are let into the United States by Mayorkas’ Customs and Border authorities.

As per Jaddou, from October 2020 through September 2021, the government granted citizenship to 855,000 migrants. They also issued 172,000 green cards to foreigners who took employment that Americans needed.

“Inside the coming year, we will continue to represent the [foreign] community with sympathy and represent America’s promise as a country of welcome and opportunities for all,” Jaddou said.

“In the coming season, we will continue serving the [foreign] public with sympathy and reflect America’s promise as a nation of greetings and potential for all.”

Progressives are increasingly using the phrase “a nation of welcome” rather than the controversial “nation of migrants” demand that was first advocated during the Cold War.


Biden’s subordinates are rushing to integrate more immigrants into American society after President Trump said in 2020 the federal government’s economic policy of plucking migrants from other nations would be phased out.

Things Have Been Better

As per a December 21 study by the US Census Bureau, the yearly inflow of visa workers, job-seeking “schools,” temp staff, and green card holders fell by one million under Trump, from 1.6 million in 2017 to under 600,000 in 2021.

The Trump legislation popped the low-wage labor bubble that allowed entrepreneurs to make a fortune by developing a slew of low-wage businesses and positions in the three decades following Congress’s 1990 rise in migration.

Several organizations, including JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs, attributed Trump’s reduced labor supply to raising wages and forcing more investment in labor-saving technologies.


In the United States, the reduction also aided in the resolution of various ethnic confrontations. For example, a growing number of Latinos are moving their political attention away from divisive identity politics and toward shared national concerns, like wage growth and family budgets.

Biden’s aides, on the other hand, are currently working extra to re-inflate the low-wage job market. More immigrants are being brought in to act as laborers, customers, tenants, and, eventually voters.

In 2021, for example, the government permitted around 1.5 million refugees, migrants, border crossers, Afghan parolees, new citizens, family reunification recipients, and visa workers to enter the United States.