While Black Americans still have gotten nothing from Jim Crow Joe Biden, sources are now confirming that the President is expected to unveil the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 this week, providing ease of citizenship to over 11 million illegal immigrants.
The measure is reported to also create an expansion of the refugee resettlement program along with expanding benefits for Dreamers who came here illegally as children and processing minors’ asylum applications in their home countries are also being considered as part of the bill.
Through executive action Biden has also put an indefinite moratorium on deportation of illegals. Texas and Arizona have both sued to stop Biden’s deportation moratorium.
The Trump administration cut refugee admissions by around 80 percent, setting the limit at 15,000 illegals being processed per year. Biden during his campaign vowed to raise that quota to 125,000 illegals being processed per year and promised to boost that number even higher in subsequent years.
Former Department of Homeland Security deputy chief of staff Lora Ries said in January that “Legalizing countless millions of illegal aliens — even discussing it — rings the bell for millions more to illegally enter the U.S. to await their green card.”
The White House has advised that the policy changes will take several months to implement in full effect.
“Now is not the time to come,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at a recent briefing, “and the vast majority of people will be turned away.”
The Homeland Security Department estimates there were 12 million people in the country illegally in 2015, nearly 80% of them for more than 10 years. More than half were Mexicans who came from their own anti-Black racist enclaves to replace Black workers in the United States.
–Barrington Williams, B1Daily