Biden Asks Congress for Billions for Catch and Release Network


    Any additional funds will help speed up this federal “cheap labor distribution [network] that too many politicians in Washington are willing to participate in,” said John Feere, a former homeland security official. He is now employed by the Center for Immigration Studies.

    The influx of renters, workers, and customers “benefits groups on both sides of the border — governments, human smuggling operations, and businesses,” he said to Breitbart News.

    It's part of the budget request known as a “Short-term Continuing Resolution” -which was issued from the White House to Congress. The document calls for Congress to allocate billions of dollars to fund Democratic priorities, which include $11.7 billion to Ukraine and additional funds to manage the federal government's off the books migration network.

    For instance, the document solicits additional funding to support The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act as well as for the Emergency Food and Shelter grant program and the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPRA) of 2008.

    The document requests $1.8 billion to finance the TVPRA that relays youngsters who are rescued by cartels from coyote guides at crossings to Federal agencies. The agencies then run the North-side network for migration and transfer the migrants free of charge to their parents who are illegally migrant,” sponsors,” and employers across the United States:

    Language is necessary to provide $1.8 billion for the Department of Health and Human Services to fund the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), Refugee and Entrant Assistance account, which includes The Unaccompanied Children program, Transitional and Medical Services program as well as Refugee Support Services program. Without this oversight, ORR will not have enough resources to take care of or accommodate additional children without a parent in shelters for the duration of the CR or offer medical aid, cash as well as support services for people who are displaced by humanitarian causes, in particular due to the increasing numbers of Cuban refugees.

    This request would allocate $2.9 billion for the Disaster Relief Fund in the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency to tackle the ongoing and anticipated flood cost of response.

    Since Biden's inauguration in January, his aides have permitted more than 3 million immigrants to cross the border to seek jobs and housing.

    The massive economic downturn in conjunction with the flow from legal immigration and visa-workers is bringing about one immigrant per two Americans who will turn 18 between 2021-2022. The massive foreign inflow has helped to cut Americans wage levels and work automation, and also raise their housing costs as well as transferring money to investors in the coastal areas.

    A large portion of the money has been financed through the tacit act of transfer of funds taken from federal government programs to pay for shelters for homeless people and buses that are utilized by authorities to transport immigrants northwards. The funds are often handed over to non-profit organizations to manage certain parts of the government's migration network. In May, Politico reported:

    The funds redirected include $850 million Congress initially allocated to rebuild the country's Strategic National Stockpile, the emergency medical reserve that was strained through the covid19 response. Another $850 million has been taken from a pot that is intended to expand the testing of coronavirus, according to three individuals who are aware of the situation.

    “The mass influx of illegal immigrants is creating extra costs on state and local levels, and the Democrats are hearing a lot of complaints from Democrat city officials,” Feere explained. “Democrats have likely calculated that providing increased taxpayer monies to these local politicians is one way to keep them quiet about this administration's ongoing effort to encourage illegal immigration,” Feere added.

    For instance, Hill used to play the Democrat's claim that the economic troubles caused by Biden's departure are attributable to Republicans opposed to the movement:

    The group, composed of House Democrats, on Friday urged Congress to allocate $50 million in federal funds to shelter and feed the people who are transported to northern cities in Texas in addition to Arizona.

    “Instead of helping to create solutions for immigration that are beneficial to Texas as well as the country, Governor Abbott's ploys are expensive, ineffective, distracting, and risky. They're intended to generate headlines and stir up anger among the MAGA base, not to develop an effective policy or serve the interests of Texans or asylum seekers and immigrants.” stated Mario Carrillo, campaigns director for America's Voice, an progressive immigration advocacy organization.

    The Democrats like to to blame the GOP governors from Texas and Arizona for the influx of immigrants who were welcomed and accepted by Biden's pro-migration border chief:

    Since mid-April, governors from Texas as well as Arizona have been exploiting and harming about 10,000 vulnerable persons who fled dangerous and desperate situations in their countries of origin to gain political advantage by transporting the people for transport to D.C., New York City, and Chicago.

    The article was written by Rafael Bernal, a recent immigrant who has written about immigration and corporate priority issues for many years.

    “The problem for the GOP is that they haven't pushed back on the funding of open-border NGOs,” Feere said.

    GOP lawmakers tend to be unaffected as Biden's deputy ministers are welcoming, transporting, and integrating migrants from different countries into American society, Biden stated.

    They haven't asked for any increase in funding for border security, for instance … It is clear that the GOP must focus its attention on boosting federal law enforcement, if they want to reduce illegal immigration. However, it often seems as if the GOP just lets the masses of immigrants get whatever they would like.

    It's not a secret that wealthy groups are pressing both parties to ensure that cheap laborers are flowing into the United States. Of course, plenty of Republican politicians are embracing this idea that there's a shortage of labor and the only solution is to increase the amount of foreign workers and amnesty.

    In the real world, there's no shortage of jobs. The government should be informing business owners to begin offering higher pay and working conditions in order to lure legally-qualified workers to these positions. They could invest in automated processes as we're seeing it across a variety of industries. However, this requires an upfront expense and there's no incentive for companies to make the investment in automated processes if it's the government's job to provide the labor force that is dependent.

    The budget proposal will likely gain backing from Republicans.

    These include Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and retired Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO) and a threatened Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). The plan for spending is also supported by supporters of immigration House Republicans such as Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA), Fred Upton (R-MI), Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI), Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Jenniffer Aydin Gonzalez Colon (R-PR) as well as John Curtis (R-UT).

    Numerous polls show that people want to accept certain immigration. However, the polls also reveal the overwhelming public opposing labor migration as well as the influx of temporary workers into jobs required for U.S. graduates.

    The “Third Rail” opposition to the federal government's policy on extraction migration has been growing and is anti-establishment multiracial, trans-sex, non-racist, and based on class. This opposition has been multi-partisan, rational, persistent, and acknowledges the bond of friendship that American citizens owe one another.


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