Trump issues chilling warning about “invasion”: says tsunami of illegal immigrants will rush America if Biden is elected. Here’s why.

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LUMBERTON, NC – On Saturday at a campaign rally in North Carolina, President Trump warned Americans of a “tsunami” of illegal immigrants entering the country if Joe Biden is elected.

The President pointed out Biden’s promised immigration policies and statements made during Thursday’s presidential debate in Nashville.

In a report compiled over the weekend, Breitbart News laid out the groundwork of comparing the two candidates and their immigration policies.

The President and Biden sparred on Thursday night about immigration, along with other major topics. The president pointed out the estimated 12 million illegals in the country.  He also remarked how Joe Biden planned to offer all 12 million amnesty and a path to citizenship within his first few days in office.

Among many statements from the president, this one rang the loudest on the immigration topic:

“Joe Biden has vowed to open borders … mass amnesty, sanctuary cities, and nationwide catch and release programs.”

Trump also indicated that Biden would offer free education and healthcare to illegals. 

“What happens is you have millions and millions of people pour into our country when you do that.”

Joe Biden doubled-down on his promises regarding immigration:

“Within 100 days, I’m going to send to the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people.”

Biden also mentioned helping out children who were brought into the country by illegal immigrant parents. He promising to direct assistance through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and to give amnesty to the parents who brought them.

Biden repeated himself several times:

“We owe them, we owe them.”

In one of the more contentious moments of the recent debate, Biden slammed Trump for separating immigrant children from their parents, once again looking directly into the camera to address the American people with “soap opera” style looks and expressions.

Several facts should be addressed, however, before choosing sides on this topic.  The Department of Homeland Security and its subdivisions have explained that the large majority of children housed in federal facilities were escorted by coyotes, or professional human traffickers, and not their parents. 

In fact, as DHS reaches out to the parents, they’ve found that many don’t respond or wish to claim their children.

Joe Biden attacked Trump for separating children from parents and placing them in “cages.” However, the Obama/Biden administration initially authorized the building of these facilities and housing of children in them.

Trump quickly defended his actions, saying that the children were well taken care of with food, hygiene, and medical needs addressed. Trump countered Biden by attacking the “catch and release” method of apprehending illegal immigrants initiated by the Obama administration. 

“Catch and release” means illegals are apprehended, given court dates with immigration judges, released into our country pending those hearings, and the large majority are never seen again – being allowed to live and work in the United States under the radar.

Microsoft News produced a report that explains the serious problems with Biden’s immigration plan. Biden plans to revert back to the Obama policies on deportation.

Microsoft News’ reported:

“According to Biden, it is counterproductive to target families and people who have never been convicted of a serious criminal offense and who have lived, worked, and contributed to our economy and our communities for decades.”

In other words, if you’re not a hardened criminal, you won’t be deported.

The Obama-Biden administration took action to prevent many immigrants from being deported.

From the Microsoft News report:

“In 2014…Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Charles Johnson informed USCIS, CBP, and ICE officers that they were prohibited from apprehending, detaining, or removing an undocumented alien who was not in a priority category unless, ‘in the judgment of an ICE Field Office Director, removing such an alien would serve an important federal interest’…”

 

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Washington state to create $40 million ‘Immigration Relief Fund’ for undocumented residents

August 20, 2020

 

OLYMPIA, WA – On August 10, Gov. Jay Inslee announced the creation of a state fund to help undocumented workers during the continued COVID-19 pandemic.

In a news release, Inslee proudly spoke of the Immigration Relief Fund, which will provide $40 million to assist Washington residents who have been unable to access federal stimulus programs due to their immigration status.

Allegedly, the governor and his staff worked closely with a coalition representing 430 immigration rights and social services organizations, and labor advocacy leaders to develop the funds. He said in a statement:

“We have to ensure that no one in our state is left behind as we fight this pandemic. COVID-19 doesn’t care about your immigration status. We must support every family affected by the virus, especially those who lack the necessary means to quarantine or isolate and prevent further spread.”

He added:

“This is the right thing for the well-being of individuals, the health of their colleagues, and the safety of our communities.”

According to the news release, the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services has issued a request for proposals to select the nonprofit organization that will be in charge of administering the Immigrant Relief Fund.

Allegedly, once the nonprofit is chosen it will then partner with other community organizations to manage applications and the awards of $1,000 per eligible individual or up to $3,000 per family. If all goes as planned, initial awards are expected to be made later in the fall.

Rich Stolz, executive director of OneAmerica, an immigrant rights group, said:

“Immigrant community members are facing some of the worst outcomes of this pandemic and have been systematically excluded from a social safety net for too long.

A coalition of immigrant organizations came together to develop this fund that recognizes the dignity of our undocumented community members and works to get some relief to their families during this difficult time.”

 

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