President Biden Wants to Promote the “Greatest Migration in Human History” by Making It Easier for Asylum Seekers


    President Joe Biden pushed his plan on Tuesday to help immigrants move to the United States after meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada.

    “This has been the greatest migration in human history around the world as well as in this hemisphere,” Biden stated, speaking of the ongoing issue of migration, after his meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), during a press conference in Mexico City.

    The president did not, however, appear to be troubled by the number of border crossers or migrants arriving in local communities across the United States, placing a burden on U.S. citizens and legal residents.

    He discussed his administration's plans for innovative methods to allow immigrants seeking asylum to register for background checks, obtain sponsors, and have their situations pre-examined so they can walk straight up to any port of entry to make their cases.

    “We're trying to make it easier for people to get here, opening up the capacity to get here,” Biden declared.

    He also said that the majority of migrants were fleeing countries such as Venezuela, Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua, and his administration would contact the migrants directly to assist them in securing the necessary documents to allow admission into the United States.

    He suggested that his strategy could reduce the number of people crossing over the southern border with coyotes and cartels and being victimized during their “god-awful” trips to the United States.

    “Look, right now the cartels make a lot of money, which they use for drug trafficking as well,” he added.

    He said that Republicans and certain Democrats did not want to collaborate on immigration reform in spite of the United States’ long history of immigration.

    “All of you know, all of us in the United States are immigrants,” he stated, referring to his own Irish ancestral ancestors who came to the U.S. during the potato famine in Ireland.


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