Biden to American Workers: Drop Dead
When you can't define what the United States is, how can you define its national interests? That's the sort of conundrum that led Biden to not only dismantle President Trump's efforts to protect American workers, but to define turning chain migration back on as protecting America.
"The suspension of entry imposed in Proclamation 10014 of April 22, 2020 (Suspension of Entry of Immigrants Who Present a Risk to the United States Labor Market During the Economic Recovery Following the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak)... does not advance the interests of the United States. To the contrary, it harms the United States, including by preventing certain family members of United States citizens and lawful permanent residents from joining their families here," Biden's proclamation falsely claims.
It's one thing to argue that halting chain migration halts family members and another thing to falsely claim that it hurts the United States.
Then Biden claims that, "it also harms industries in the United States that utilize talent from around the world."
They could try utilizing "talent" from the United States. But Biden doesn't care about American workers. His message to them is, drop dead.