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Joe Biden is wasting no time in screwing the average American worker. In the past, he has been known as the King of Outsourcing. But this time he takes it a step further. He has promised mayors that the corporations within their cities will be able to import millions of cheap labor workers.

He will have to see that these workers get government freebies to make up for their lower wages. So, not only do Americans lose their jobs, they could end up paying for housing and feeding their replacements. That’s adding insult to injury. Democratic voters don’t care because they don’t understand economics.

Biden’s plan will allow:

Any employer to import any number of workers from anywhere in the world to do any job at any wage above minimum wage. What Biden wants to do … is to give city and county governments the ability to import people and then give them to the employers.

Mark Krikorian, director of the Center for Immigration Studies says that in return the employers will reward Biden and the Democrats with campaign donations and consulting jobs for the sons and daughters of the Democratic politicians.  Even when they are drug addicts. It’s a typical pay for play scheme Democrats have become famous for. See teacher unions, trial lawyers and the recipients of government grants.

Biden calls his plan “The Biden Plan for Securing Our Values as a Nation of Immigrants”:

As president, Biden will support a program to allow any county or municipal executive of a large or midsize county or city to petition for additional immigrant visas to support the region’s economic development strategy, provided employers in those regions certify there are available jobs, and that there are no workers to fill them. Holders of these visas would be required to work and reside in the city or county that petitioned for them.

The imported workers would not be legal immigrants at first but would be eligible for green cards if the mayors look on them favorably. Democratic mayors never met a cheap foreign worker they didn’t love. Or the campaign contributions that accompany them.

From Breitbart News

Even without approval from Congress, the plan is doable because it builds on the existing pipelines of foreign workers.

For example, both presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama cited section 1324a of the 1965 immigration law to create and expand the Practical Training pipeline, which provided work permits to roughly 500,000 foreign graduates of U.S. colleges in 2019. In contrast, President Donald Trump has trimmed the program.

Obama used the same 1324a claim to bypass Congress, as he provided work permits to at least 800,000 younger illegal immigrants under the so-called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

For more than a decade, lower courts have ping-ponged two lawsuits by the Immigration Reform Law Institute challenging the 1324a claim. The Supreme Court declined to address the legality of the 1324a claim when it rejected President Donald Trump’s effort to cancel the program.

As President Trump has stopped the steady flow of illegal immigrants into our country, wages have gone up dramatically and those who have benefited the most are Black males. Their wages have gone up more than for any other labor demographic. So, once Biden opens up the floodgates, who do you think will get hut the most. Rich white, liberal CEOs or Black workers. It’s a no brainer.

Biden’s plan says the new pipeline would:

…allow cities and counties to petition for higher levels of immigrants to support their growth. The disparity in economic growth between U.S. cities, and between rural communities and urban areas. Is one of the great imbalances of today’s economy. Some cities and many rural communities struggle with shrinking populations. An erosion of economic opportunity, and local businesses that face unique challenges. Others simply struggle to attract a productive workforce and innovative entrepreneurs.

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Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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