Democrats Plan to Force Through Mass Amnesty For Millions of Illegal Aliens in Spending Bill

Chris Menahan
Jul. 14, 2021

Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) has thrown his support behind Democrats' plan to shove through a mass amnesty for millions of illegal aliens in a spending bill using budget reconciliation.

From Breitbart, "Red State Democrat Joe Manchin Throws Support Behind Amnesty for Illegal Aliens in Democrat Budget":
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is reportedly throwing his support behind a Democrat budget that includes providing amnesty to millions of illegal aliens living in the United States.

For months, House and Senate Democrats have plotted to slip amnesty for illegal aliens into a filibuster-proof budget through the little-known “reconciliation” process. Manchin’s support for such a measure is crucial as he is considered one of the Democrats’ most moderate Senators, along with Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ).

According to Bloomberg News reporter Steven Dennis, Manchin has signaled his support for slipping an amnesty into the Democrat budget:

Manchin’s support for amnesty in a Democrat budget via reconciliation comes even as 5.5 percent of West Virginia’s residents are unemployed, all of whom want full-time jobs. Previous estimates have suggested that the Democrats’ amnesty will legalize about six million illegal aliens, setting them up to eventually apply for American citizenship.

Nationally, nearly 16 million Americans remain jobless but all want full-time employment. Another 4.6 million Americans are underemployed but want a full-time job. Their job prospects are diminished by massive influxes of cheaper, foreign workers that keep U.S. wages down so that businesses can expand their profit margins.

The amnesty effort is being backed by the left-wing Center for American Progress, former President George W. Bush, the billionaire Koch brothers, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s, as well as corporate interests like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Business Roundtable.
From The Hill, "Manchin signals support for immigration in budget deal":
Asked by a reporter how he felt about the immigration provisions in the bill, Manchin replied, "I'm fine."

"I'm a 2013 immigration supporter. You can look at the 2013 bill and I thought that was a great bill. If we had that bill then, we wouldn't have the problems we'd have today," he said, referring to a comprehensive immigration reform bill that passed the Senate in 2013 but was never taken up by the House.

As the most conservative Senate Democrat, Manchin's support is critical to inclusion of any provision that ends up in the reconciliation bill.
Only Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) appears to be speaking out against it:

Vulnerable Democrats in swing states appear to be prepared to suicide bomb their political careers knowing they'll get cushy jobs from the open borders lobby as kickbacks.

Why don't we just get rid of our Congress altogether and let the ADL directly run the country?

Enough with the pageantry!

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