The unprecedented invasion from illegal immigrants on both the southern border and through our airspace means absolutely zilch to the Biden administration, who insists on importing even more refugees from a country rife with terrorism.
Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is renewing and expanding temporary amnesty status for more than 3,400 Sudanese and South Sudanese nationals living in the United States.
On Wednesday, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) expansion which works as a quasi-amnesty for foreign nationals who would otherwise be eligible for deportation from the U.S.
More than 3,000 Sudanese nationals will be able to secure an 18-month TPS status that provides them with a work permit and shields them from deportation. Similarly, about 330 South Sudanese nationals will have their TPS status renewed for another 18 months.
“I have decided to offer temporary protection to Sudanese and South Sudanese nationals in the United States until conditions in each country improve and individuals can safely return,” Mayorkas said in a statement.
TPS serves as a quasi-amnesty for foreign nationals, created under the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1990 (INA), that prevents deportations for those from countries experiencing famine, war, or natural disasters.
Since the Clinton administration, TPS has been transformed into a de facto amnesty program as the Clinton, Bush, Obama, Trump, and now Biden administrations have continuously renewed the program for a variety of countries.
As of 2021, more than 400,000 foreign nationals live in the U.S. on TPS status.
The refugees with TPS have been giant burdens on the American taxpayer as well. A growing majority of refugees and illegal immigrants find themselves using utilizing welfare programs and other taxpayer-funded social benefits while securing jobs ordinarily occupied by U.S. workers.
Their willingness to work for cheap ensures that most unemployed Americans will be passed over by leading corporations. The Biden administration ensures this isn’t the case but everyone knows how their view on economics was taken from a page out of the Communist Manifesto.
For now the American working class will have to endure the harrowing policies enacted by the Biden administration until Donald Trump – or some other America First Republican – comes along to reverse them.
Author: Asa Nolan