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Neil Munro at breitbart.com reports the following:

"President Joe Biden’s border security chief is promising to end the workplace enforcement of migration laws and to help illegal migrants get higher wages from their U.S. employers.

Alejandro Mayorkas, the Cuban-born refugee and pro-migration zealot who now runs the Department of Homeland Security, portrays his “Worksite Enforcement Strategy” as a benefit for both illegals and Americans. He wrote:

We will not tolerate unscrupulous employers who exploit unauthorized workers, conduct illegal activities, or impose unsafe working conditions … By adopting policies that focus on the most unscrupulous employers, we will protect workers as well as legitimate American businesses.

Mayorkas told the Wall Street Journal:

The message is, exploitative employers should beware. Businesses that merely employ [illegal] immigrants not authorized to work but offer them fair wages and safe working conditions wouldn’t be a priority for immigration enforcement, he added.

Federal law bars the employment of illegal migrants but Mayorkas “does not want to enforce that law,” said Rob Law, the director of regulatory policy for the Center for Immigration Studies. Law continued:

Mayorkas actually wants to encourage illegal aliens to get into and remain in the workforce. I think that’s the key thing here: Mayorkas is actually becoming the greatest champion of illegal alien workers. That’s astonishing, that the Secretary of Homeland Security is the greatest advocate for illegal alien workers in this country.

Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), said:

They are giving employers a green light to hire and employ illegal aliens, ordering a halt to nearly all worksite enforcement. Joe Biden’s policy is precisely the opposite [of the law]: to draw as many illegal aliens as possible to the United States, no matter the cost to national security, public health, burdens to taxpayers, or the jobs and wages of American workers.

Myriad economic studies show that the flood of migrant workers into Americans’ national labor market prevents “tight labor” worker shortages. Those shortages are good for the economy and for Americans because they pressure employers to recruit Americans with offers of higher wages and more technology support.

Rest of article here.

Biden admin working harder for those in the country illegally than US Citizens.   Would not it be great to see the same effort put into helping homeless vets and other citizen and those here legally find jobs.  But only those that love American and Americans would do that. 


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( October 13th, 2021 @ 1:53 pm )
 
Willful violation and suppression of our immigration laws by the Biden regime should be handed over to a special prosecutor for investigation and indictment when Republicans take back Congress. Castro infiltrator Mayorkas should be at the top of the list for prosecution.



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