Senate Republicans Stage Walkout Against Biden’s Open Borders

Republican senators walked out of a classified briefing on Ukraine in an unprecedented and highly public rejection of Democratic support for President Joe Biden’s $14 billion immigration import plan.

“Senators also shouted this.” [Senate Majority leader Chuck] Schumer, “Ask the Mayor!” points out New York City’s immigration problem.” Tuesday’s report The PBS journalist added:

At one point, a senator said to a congressman:state’s [Antony] Blinken: “We need to convey this to the president. We need to make him understand the Republican position.” [politically and]how furious they are about the border.

The strike took place the day before a scheduled vote on Wednesday. $107 billion spending package.

The package would fund Israel’s counterattack against Hamas, providing $61 billion. Ukraine’s stalled war Until the November elections are over, it’s a relationship with Russia. It would also give $14 billion to Mr. Biden’s plan to expand, accelerate, and cover up the massive influx of migrants.

That influx has now reached citizen replacement levels of nearly 10,000 immigrants per day, or one illegal immigrant for every birth in the United States.

The Republican Party’s fierce demands for border reform have been welcomed by immigration experts who are skeptical of the party’s resistance to demands from wealthy donors to move more wealthy Americans.

“This is probably a Christmas miracle,” said Robert Roe, director of the Center on Homeland Security and Immigration at the America First Policy Institute. he added:

Honestly, the first piece is [political] advice [for Republicans] It means not betraying the American people like Judas did.

Continue to advocate for border security and hold the front line. No issue is more important to Americans today than securing our southern border. It’s about taking cartels out of business and keeping them out of human trafficking. [of] Smuggle all the fentanyl. That’s what the American people want resolved. Everything else is secondary.

But there is ~ some evidence The senators say politicians are betraying Republican voters if they aggressively promote the public’s clear support for border reform before the election.

For example, Sen. Thom Tillis (RN.C.) is one of three Republican senators drafting a compromise with Democrats.

He now says the Senate plan would allow Biden to “CNHV” Parole Program.The program is roughly importing Number of workers per year: 360,000 From Cuba, haitiNicaragua, and Venezuela, it was held annually despite lack of parliamentary approval.

Tillis said “that hasn’t even come up” in negotiations. Said Semaphore on December 5th. “We know we need a safety valve.”

Tillis is A long record of supporting legislation Employers would then have an endless supply of cheap foreign workers.

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CNHV program — and similar programs program for others economic immigration — is “”great opportunityBecause it creates an additional supply of workers. These fresh workers will eagerly and rationally replace Americans who demand higher wages, better treatment, or more investment in high-tech machinery.

Critically, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has done little to curb immigration throughout his career. But he has repeatedly touted his funding for Ukraine, in part because he believes it will shape his post-retirement legacy.

“He lived through the Cold War and believes deeply that this is a moment in history when America needs to assert leadership,” said Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), McConnell’s deputy. Stated. Said Politico in late October.

But for now, McConnell said Ukraine won’t receive any cash until Democrats agree to accept Republican border reforms. He on Tuesday rejected Schumer’s plan to approve the entire funding in a Wednesday vote. saying:

They don’t want to treat border security in the context of a supplement. We do it because we know it guarantees results because nearly every member of the rest of the supplement supports it. we want it to actually happen.

Other Republican senators have also issued surprisingly determined statements.

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“Democrats want $106 billion.” [and] Republicans want borders closed. That’s business,” one person said on Dec. 5. Tweet Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) has previously called on the government to provide businesses with more workers instead of allowing Americans to compete for higher wages. he added:

But ignorant Democrats want to negotiate a border bill. That won’t happen. Are open borders more important to Democrats than Ukraine or Israel?

“There is a misunderstanding on the part of Sen. Schumer and some of his Democratic friends,” said Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas). NBC News. He continued:

This is not a traditional negotiation in which the hope is to find a bipartisan compromise on border issues. This is the price you have to pay to get the supplement.

But Democrats are threatening to block funding to Ukraine if Republicans insist on reform.

Schumer et al. pro-immigrant Democratic Party They argue that Republican disagreements will undermine global democracy and encourage Russian aggression. On Tuesday, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin reportedly threatened House Republicans with multiple invasions by Russia. “if [Vladimir] “President Putin will take over Ukraine, and he will also take Moldova, Georgia, and possibly the Baltics,” said House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas). Said

The huge influx of money to Biden and the resulting economic damage is hurting the poll numbers of many Democratic incumbents.

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some democrats I want to tradeaccording to report According to the Associated Press:

As the number of immigrants in these cities soars, “we’ve seen a fundamental shift in the Democratic Party on immigration” within the past six months, said Muzaffar, director and senior fellow at New Mexico State University’s Immigration Policy Institute. Chishti said. York University Law School.

In the past, Democrats have railed against any discussion of the border, especially after President Trump. But Chishti added: When they see someone saying they want to change policy at the border, they don’t sit back. ”

However, the Democratic Party is being held back from compromise for the following reasons. pro-immigration senatordonors, and their vast network Funded by investors An organization that claims to be the voice of immigrants.

The pro-American stance of Republican senators is also supported by members of the House of Representatives.

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana) spoke from the House, where Republicans have already passed the moderate and popular HR2 border stabilization bill. reprimanded Request for funds from the White House. “What is happening at the border is nothing short of a disaster,” he wrote, adding:

Now, almost every day, news reports report how vulnerable Americans are being left on the back burner against illegal aliens. For example, New York City has converted public school facilities into shelters for undocumented immigrants, potentially putting residents at risk from unsupervised individuals. Elderly Americans, including at least one veteran, have been kicked out of nursing homes meant to house “immigrants.”

From 2019 to 2022, the number of fentanyl deaths in the United States more than doubled, rising from 36,359 in 2019 to 73,654 in 2022.

Emboldened by open borders, vulnerable migrants from many countries around the world are making perilous journeys to illegally enter the country, with countless women and children facing physical abuse and abuse along the way. Being sexually assaulted.

“America’s open borders are an unconscionable and unsustainable disaster, and we have a moral responsibility to insist that this madness end immediately,” Johnson said.

A policy expert working with the Senate Republican Office said Republican senators “need to check the Senate’s snobbery at the gate and unite behind the only proposal that actually secures the border. is HR 2,” said a policy expert working with the Senate Republican office.

“Why form a task force when your party-controlled chamber has already passed the strongest border security bill in U.S. history?” the expert asked. “Republicans have ready-made solutions, so there’s no need to water them down.”



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