Biden’s covert plot against America is turning heads

The Radical Left are constantly putting everyone and everything before America. But now, they have taken things too far.

And Biden’s covert plot against America is turning heads.

In another shocking and anti-American move, President Joe Biden is set to announce new immigration rules that could provide permanent residency to up to 500,000 illegal immigrants.

The Biden administration is preparing to roll out these new rules aimed at giving illegal immigrants a pathway to permanent residency.

This initiative appears to be part of Biden’s broader strategy to address the immigration crisis that has plagued his presidency since day one.

The plan involves expanding eligibility for temporary protected status (TPS), which grants temporary legal status and work authorization to immigrants from countries experiencing armed conflict, environmental disasters, or other extraordinary conditions.

By broadening the criteria for TPS and easing the process of obtaining it, the administration hopes to offer a more permanent solution for those who have been residing in the U.S. without legal status for years.

The administration has also indicated that they will streamline the application process for green cards for those who qualify under the new TPS criteria.

This move could impact up to half a million individuals who have been living in the shadows, offering them a chance to step into the light.

This announcement has been met with severe criticism from many Americans. \

They argue that this move will only encourage more illegal immigration and undermine the rule of law.

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) tweeted, “Biden’s open border policies have already caused a crisis at our southern border. Now he wants to reward those who broke our laws with permanent residency. This is a slap in the face to every legal immigrant and American citizen.”

Former President Donald Trump also weighed in, stating, “This is just another example of the Biden administration’s radical open borders agenda. Instead of securing our borders and protecting American jobs, they’re focused on giving amnesty to those who broke our laws to get here.”

Critics also argue that this policy change will further strain an already overburdened border security system.

The Biden administration’s handling of the border crisis has been widely panned, with record numbers of illegal crossings and apprehensions occurring since he took office.

By offering a pathway to permanent residency for illegal immigrants, conservatives fear that this will create a perverse incentive for even more people to attempt to enter the country illegally.

They argue that this policy effectively rewards illegal behavior and sets a dangerous precedent.

The economic and social implications of this policy change are also a significant concern.

Critics argue that providing permanent residency to half a million illegal immigrants will have a profound impact on American workers, particularly those in low-wage jobs.

They fear that this influx of newly legalized workers will drive down wages and make it harder for American citizens to find employment.

There are also concerns about the strain on public services.

With many states and localities already struggling to provide adequate services to their residents, the addition of hundreds of thousands of new permanent residents could exacerbate these issues.

Many people argue that this policy will lead to higher taxes and reduced quality of services for American citizens.

It is also expected that this policy change will face legal challenges.

Conservative legal groups are already preparing to file lawsuits to block the implementation of these new rules.

They argue that the Biden administration is overstepping its authority and circumventing Congress, which has the sole power to create and amend immigration laws.

The coming weeks and months will undoubtedly see intense political and legal battles as both sides fight over the future of America’s immigration system.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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