When it comes to the issue of illegal immigration, the choices for the 2020 election are clear.
Trump is against illegal immigration and is working to protect America’s borders. He is building the southern border wall.
Joe Biden is defending illegal immigrants. He even said during a recent interview that illegal immigrants make us strong.
In the video below, he says:
“One day one I’m going to send legislation, immigration reform legislation, that will provide a road map to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants and so much that make up so much of what make our communities so strong.”
Joe Biden says illegal migration makes us “strong”?
No Joe, it endangers our economic and personal security — and represents a massive affront to legal immigrants who became Americans the right way…pic.twitter.com/jY7AOO8PBU
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) July 29, 2020
This is not the first time Biden has said something along these lines.
Joe Biden: Illegal Migrants ‘Enrich’ America
The nation’s huge population of illegal migrants is “enriching our country,” Democratic candidate Joe Biden said in a July 28 statement.
“As President, I will protect Dreamers and their families and offer a roadmap to citizenship for Dreamers and all 11 million undocumented immigrants enriching our country,” Biden said, using the “dreamer’ term to describe roughly 800,000 young illegals who were brought into the United States by their illegal immigrant parents.
The population of illegal immigrants is likely larger than 11 million, and they do enrich investors and employers as they expand the economy by buying consumer goods, lowering wages and salaries, and driving up housing costs.
However, the new arrivals also impoverish wage-earning Americans by cutting wages, by raising home prices, and by allowing employers to hire replacements for the Americans whom they do not want to hire.
Biden seems to feel very strongly about this issue.
Almost more strongly than he does about American citizens.
That says a lot about him and his candidacy, doesn’t it?