“While advocates for unfettered immigration may invoke the Statue of Liberty when making the case for open borders, they neglect to recognize that there are many tired, hungry, and sick American citizens.”
Joe Silverstein is a student at Cornell who makes some excellent points about Joe Biden’s presidency here.
From the Cornell Review:
The End of America?
In his first couple of days in office, Joe Biden has already taken action to further an open borders agenda that will wreak havoc on the nation for years to come. In a slew of executive orders and memorandums, the 46th president ordered a hundred day freeze on all deportations, demanded the construction of the southern border wall be halted, and instructed that all illegal immigrants are to be counted in the census survey for purposes of congressional apportionment.
Inspired by Biden’s destructive executive orders and promises of amnesty, a caravan of 8,000 migrants from South America marched towards the United States with hopes of gaining entry into the country through our now porous Southern border. The group was stopped not by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, but by the government of Honduras due to a Trump-Era agreement.
While advocates for unfettered immigration may invoke the Statue of Liberty when making the case for open borders, they neglect to recognize that there are many tired, hungry, and sick American citizens. According to a report released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10.7 million Americans are unemployed. Similarly, the Department of Agriculture published an economic research report in 2018 that found an estimated 37 million Americans were food insecure. Feeding America, a nonprofit organization dedicated to eradicating hunger, projects this number has increased to 50.4 million due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Even prior to the pandemic, Americans have been struggling. Since 1979, real wages have fallen for people with lower levels of education and risen for people with college degrees.
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