'National Security Disaster': House Unanimously Passes TPS Amnesty For Hong Kong Residents, Expands Definition Of 'Refugee'Chris Menahan
Dec. 08, 2020
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Republicans and Democrats in the House united unanimously to screw over the American people on Monday by passing a bill to give "Temporary Protected Status" (see: long-term amnesty) to Hong Kong residents and redefine "refugee" to mean anyone with "concern" about the "possibility" of political persecution.
From Big League Politics, "House of Representatives Rams Through TPS Amnesty for Hong Kong Residents, Chinese Citizens":
The House of Representatives passed the Hong Kong People's Freedom and Choice Act of 2020 through a unanimous voice vote in the chamber on Monday. The law enables residents of China's special territory to claim temporary protected status in the United States, thus making them immune to most forms of American immigration law enforcement.CIS reported Tuesday that Section 10 of the bill also massively expands the definition of what constitutes a "refugee":
Here's what the relevant portion of existing law says:Incidentally, another alleged Chinese spy was outed on Tuesday just one day after the House unanimously passed this bill.
China must be laughing at how easily we're getting played.
Since Biden's supposed victory, the Senate unanimously passed a green card giveaway for Big Tech and the House unanimously passed a TPS amnesty giveaway for 7.5 million Hong Kongers.
Biden said just three weeks ago he wants to give amnesty to 11 million illegal aliens within his first 100 days in office.
All China has to do at this point is wait for our own government to destroy us from within!
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