Joe Biden wanted this to be a triumph.
But now Americans are worried for the future.
Now, Jen Psaki confirms this rumor about Joe Biden.
President Biden has signed more executive orders into existence than any other President.
But what do all of these orders mean? And do these orders have Americans’ best interests in mind?
One policy that has people especially worried is President Biden’s support of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals policy, enacted by former President Barack Obama.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the President’s support of this policy in a briefing held last week.
When asked about his stance, Psaki replied that Biden was “somebody who believes in the rights of the DACA recipients to be in the country.”
She continued, saying Biden had expressed his support for the program multiple times:
“Well there certainly is (support) as part of the proposal that the president outlined and proposed on day one as an earned path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrations who are living in the country,” Psaki said.
In light of the court case in Texas which is questioning the legality of DACA, the President’s stance is worrying many people.
But this case is not the only thing people are now worried about.
According to inside reports, President Biden plans to reveal his immigration reform legislation to Congress this week.
He plans to put into place the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 which would expand amnesty to over 11 million illegal immigrants currently living in the United States.
This act could cause many problems for Americans and states as a whole in the long run.
In his article, “Why Amnesty Is the Wrong Way To Go,” Peter Skerry explains how amnesty is not all it seems:
“Amnesty may seem, on the surface, to be a reasonable measure, but what specific problems facing illegals does it redress? Research has shown that undocumented immigrants get paid less than other workers. But the research also attributes this fact not to the immigrants’ legal status, but to their youth, their low education and skill levels, their limited English proficiency and their short stints with specific employers. In fact, there is a considerable body of research indicating that the well-being of immigrants is less a function of their legal status than of the length of time they have been in the United States. The problems that beset undocumented immigrants diminish as they cease to become transients…”
While amnesty might look good on the surface, it could cause great unrest in the country.
It could cause a backlash of racial violence, as seen by the uptick in violent crimes against Asians by those who are wrongfully blaming them for coronavirus.
It will put undue stress on already struggling states in this time of crises and a global pandemic.
Overall, it is not a good move by the Biden administration.
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