Biden’s Build Back Better Speeds The Fencing Of America
This has nothing to do with the Border Wall.
In law enforcement the term “Fence” refers to one who sells stolen property.
By failures of border security, a lack of the enforcement of our immigration laws from within the interior of the United States and huge numbers of visas for high tech workers, the lives and livelihoods of Americans and their children, are being stolen by America’s corrupt political elite who are doing the bidding of those who provide them with huge “Campaign Contributions” (Orwellian euphemism for bribes) pursue legislation that is diametrically opposed to the best interests of America and Americans.
The issue of national sovereignty is one of the key issues for the globalists. They have, for decades, pushed to essentially dismantle America’s borders and law enforcement programs that address multiple aspects of the immigration system.
America’s borders and immigration laws are our first and last line of defense- but to the globalists our borders and immigration laws are an impediment to their already immense wealth!
On June 11, 2019 Breitbart published my interview and provided a link to the audio of that interview under the title, Exclusive–Michael Cutler: Mass Immigration a ‘Cash Cow’ for Ruling Class While ‘Destroying Middle Class’.
In that interview I referenced a portion of testimony that was provided by Alan Greenspan when he testified before the Senate Immigration Subcommittee that was, at the time, chaired by Chuck Schumer at a hearing on the topic Comprehensive Immigration Reform in 2009, Can We Do It and How?
Greenspan’s prepared testimony included the following infuriating paragraph in which he provided an argument for flooding America with many more foreign high-tech workers under the aegis of the H-1B visa program as requested by Bill Gates:
First, skilled workers and their families form new households. They will, of necessity, move into vacant housing units, the current glut of which is depressing prices of American homes. And, of course, house price declines are a major factor in mortgage foreclosures and the plunge in value of the vast quantity of U.S. mortgage-backed securities that has contributed substantially to the disabling of our banking system.
The second bonus would address the increasing concentration of income in this country. Greatly expanding our quotas for the highly skilled would lower wage premiums of skilled over lesser skilled. Skill shortages in America exist because we are shielding our skilled labor force from world competition. Quotas have been substituted for the wage pricing mechanism. In the process, we have created a privileged elite whose incomes are being supported at noncompetitively high levels by immigration quotas on skilled professionals. Eliminating such restrictions would reduce at least some of our income inequality.
Clearly Greenspan’s goal is address “wage inequality” by driving the wages of American middle class high-tech workers down through the floorboards to destroy the middle class.
No one could be happier about this massive betrayal of America and Americans than the Profiteers of Biden Administration’s Open Borders Policy for whom malfeasance has it rewards!
On November 19, 2021 The Hill reported, Historic immigration reform included in House-passed spending bill.
Here is how the article began:
The social spending bill approved by the House Friday in a 220-213 vote includes the most extensive immigration reform package reviewed by Congress in 35 years, albeit in a much reduced version from what proponents originally sought.
If the provision is approved by the Senate as-is, the immigration measure in the bill would allow undocumented people present in the U.S. since before 2011 up to 10 years of work authorization, falling short of an initial goal to offer them a pathway to citizenship.
The provision approved by the House offers a sort of waiver to immigration laws, using a process known as parole to allow people to stay in the country for five years with the option to extend for another five years thereafter.
About 6.5 million people would stand to benefit from the measure directly, according to an analysis by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
According to that analysis, about 3 million of those people would become eligible to springboard from the parole status to legal permanent residency, the first step toward citizenship.
The so-called “Build Back Better” bill that was passed by the House of Representatives has many troubling elements that have been discussed and debated on various news programs, I will, however, focus purely on the so-called immigration reform measures that it reportedly contains. While much discussion about many of the elements of this disastrous bill, the immigration measures have received little coverage although, in my opinion, are among the most dangerous to the future of our nation and our citizens and their children.
I addressed my concerns about Biden’s immigration plans, even before he was elected, in my article that was published on October 9, 2021, Biden’s 'Build Back Better' is Bunk: Dems' plans to import tens of millions of immigrant children prove it.
Now we come to the article I just noted. To begin with, it is important to remember that when President Ronald Reagan proposed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), it was estimated that roughly one million illegal aliens would participate in that ill-conceived program. Ultimately more than 3.5 million illegal aliens were granted lawful status. What has never been discussed is that those 3.5 million aliens were immediately authorized to petition to have all of their minor children and spouses admitted lawfully into the United States to join them. To my knowledge, the total number of such children and spouses has never been reported but it is likely to have been a multiple of the 3.5 million amnestied aliens.
It was claimed that somehow the government underestimated the actual number of illegal aliens. While it is entirely possible that the government underestimated the actual number of illegal aliens, it is likely that many of those aliens actually entered the United States long after the cutoff date and lied on their applications. Aliens who evade the inspection process do not create a record of entry.
Now we are being told that the Congressional Office (CBO) estimates that 6.5 million illegal aliens would be eligible for what is claimed is a smaller number than the 11 million Biden claimed were illegal present. These aliens would simply have to claim that they entered the United States by 2011.
Because we would be dealing with unknown millions of illegal aliens there would be no capacity to conduct in-person interviews with them and certainly no capacity to conduct any field investigations to verify the information contained in the applications that these millions of illegal aliens would file for amnesty.
Without the capacity to interview these millions of aliens or conduct field investigations, any alien could falsely claim to have entered by whatever date is required and succeed in gaming the system. Aliens who are still in their home countries could enter the United States next year and falsely claim to have entered a decade ago and easily get away with that lie.
Although not mentioned in the article from The Hill, it is likely that these aliens will also have the ability to petition to have their minor children and spouses legally admitted to join them in the United States.
Given the background of the Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS) Alejandro “Get to Yes” Mayorkas, it is likely that there will be no efforts to verify the familial relationships between the legalized aliens and their supposed children and spouses.
How quickly might the now estimated 6.5 million illegal aliens explode into tens of millions of lawful immigrants?
The title of my March 2, 2021 article says it all: Biden’s Immigration Bill Would Be an Act of National Suicide: Figures don’t lie - but liars can figure.
The 9/11 Commission, to which I provided testimony, determined that immigration fraud was the key method of entry and embedding for terrorists- and not just the 19 hijacker terrorists who so savagely attacked our nation on September 11, 2001 as I noted in my extensive piece, Immigration Fraud: Lies That Kill - 9/11 Commission identified immigration fraud as a key embedding tactic of terrorists.
On June 22, 2007 The Washington Times published my Op-Ed, Immigration bill a ‘No Go’ that focused on my concerns about the previous attempt to enact Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Then- U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions quoted from my commentary, on three separate dates, from the floor of the U.S. during the contentious floor debates in 2007 when Comprehensive Immigration Reform legislation was under consideration. He emphasized my suggestion that given the inherent dangers to such a massive amnesty that the bill be given a more honest and descriptive title, “The Terrorist Assistance and Facilitation Act.”
The very first question that Americans should ask is simply, “How would such a massive amnesty program benefit America, American citizens or aliens who abide by our laws and were lawfully admitted into the United States?”