Republicans weren’t alone in blasting President Joe Biden’s ever-worsening border crisis as one key Democrat called out the administration’s latest move as “the last thing we want…”
The White House’s managed decline of the economy through Bidenomics corresponded with the managed decline of national sovereignty that has escalated beyond a merely porous border. On Friday, Democratic presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. held a press conference where he slammed the incumbent’s current policies that encourage a lasting invasion.
Speaking from Austin, Texas, Kennedy called out Biden’s intention to provide work visas to nearly half a million aliens, likening it to a worldwide invitation. “Giving 470,000 migrants work visas is a signal to the rest of the world that anyone who comes to the country is going to get a work visa. And that’s the last thing we want to signal at this point.”
“Until the border is secure, we should not be talking about work visas for anybody,” he declared.
Of course, the president had been called out earlier in the month over misrepresenting the jobs report by touting job creation. What Biden hadn’t pointed out was the fact that over 1.2 million U.S.-born workers had dropped out of the labor force from July to August and nearly 700,000 foreign-born workers were among those finding work.
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Kennedy went on to state in Austin, “Since Biden was elected, 7 million immigrants have come across the border illegally. In the same period, just 3.1 million arrived legally. What that means is the Mexican drug cartels are driving American border policy.”
In addition to the jobs report and the president’s visa plan, it had recently been reported that the current occupant of the White House had moved ahead with a plan to issue aliens a photo ID card which an official from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) insisted would not serve as an “official form of federal identification.”
“The ICE secure docket card concept is a pilot program that would modernize documentation provided to some noncitizens. While the specifics of the program are under development, it is important to note the secure care will not be an official form of federal identification,” the spokesperson said. “The secure card will indicate it is for use by DHS agencies and would be provided only after national security background checks have been performed.”
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Demonstrating that border security was not a partisan issue, but rather one dividing those who would defend American sovereignty and those who would betray it, Kennedy reaffirmed his own commitment to secure the border if elected president and stop the influx of illegals by tackling how to address those who’ve already entered the United States.
“As president, I will make the border impenetrable to illegal migrants, but we can’t afford to wait a year and a half for that to happen. That is why I am calling on Democratic and Republican leaders to unify on this issue. I’m asking Democrats, in particular,” he asserted, “to reexamine their assumption that a loose border is somehow more compassionate. It is not. It has created a humanitarian crisis for the migrants that are now destroying our cities, crushing our social services and harming the working poor by undercutting their wages.”
Writing for Newsweek, Kennedy also said in a recent op-ed, “Current policies are failing our country and putting an intolerable strain on American cities that have already faced unprecedented challenges in the last three years.. We desperately need a different approach.”
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