Joe Biden has already promised to give amnesty to over 8 million illegal aliens on week one of his presidency. He has a plan that will give them a pathway to citizenship in under 8 years time. When people were worried about the Democrats getting away with a fraudelent election changing the voting demographics was one of the key concerns moving forward.
We already have a caravan of over 6,000 illegals on the way to the United States.
According to Fox
The ‘Special Report’ All-Star panel of Brit Hume, Mara Liasson, and Fred Barnes give their analysis.
A radical immigration overhaul to be proposed this week by President-elect Joe Biden would include a path to citizenship that could see millions of illegal immigrants become U.S. citizens in just eight years.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris told Univision last week that the immigration bill would be “first order of business” and will be about “creating a pathway for people to earn citizenship.” She said that pathway would be eight years long.
The Washington Post reported Monday that the bill, to be unveiled on Inauguration Day Wednesday, would put illegal immigrants into protected status and a five-year pathway to a green card. If they meet certain conditions, such as payment of taxes and a background check, they could then be put on a three-year pathway to citizenship. Some estimates put the population of illegal immigrants at around 12 million as of 2015, other estimates are higher.
The Associated Press, which also reported that the eight-year path is in the bill, noted that it would be one of the fastest pathways to citizenship for illegal immigrants in recent years.
A pathway to citizenship — not just legal status — for illegal immigrants has been a top agenda item for liberals and immigration activists for decades and now — with Democratic control of the White House, House and Senate — that goal could be in sight.
It would also grant immediate green cards to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants protected from deportation under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs. President Trump had moved to abolish DACA, the 2012 Obama-era executive order that protected those who came to the U.S. as children. But he was rebuffed by the Supreme Court, and Harris said that “we are going to expand protections for Dreamers and DACA recipients.”