Oh, look…Biden has decided he wants to let even more migrants into the U.S. As if those entering at the southern border, he’s decided to cut a deal with Haiti, too.
Many have been worried that Americans have been placed second…and now it appears that Americans are third. That, or we’re even much further down the list of the president’s priorities.
The Department of Homeland Security has just provided Temporary Protection Status (TPS) to more than 100,000 Haitians for 18 months.
During the course of those 18 months, Haitians can not only remain in the U.S., but they can also take jobs from Americans.
How are we ever supposed to get the economy back on track if hardworking Americans can’t find jobs? It’s as if the Biden administration is doing everything they can to help everyone except for Americans become employed.
TPS has been extended for Haitians for more than a decade…and the move made by Alejandro Mayorkas, the DHS Secretary, has only made things worse.
The Biden administration must have redefined ‘temporary’ when we weren’t looking. Now, the new definition must mean indefinitely.
According to Mayorkas, Haiti isn’t able to provide what is necessary for those on TPS to return home. He cited “social unrest, an increase in human rights abuses, crippling poverty, and lack of basic resources.” He goes on to say that many of those issues have been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Well, since the root cause has been established, that should make it easier for Kamala Harris to do something about that, right? Oh, wait…she’s just using that as an excuse to not do anything about immigration.
First, it was the Mexicans and Central Americans at the southern border. Now, we’ve got the Haitians. And, still, Harris and the rest of the Biden administration are only encouraging the migration.
At least with Haiti, the reasons for migration are well known. The U.S. could vouch to help – we’ve helped plenty of other countries to gain their footing. However, that’s not the Biden administration’s style. They’d rather let the countries suffer while taking in all of the migrants.
As for Mayorkas saying that the pandemic has exacerbated the issues, that’s not necessarily true. COVID deaths continue to be impressively low. The country has very lax rules, and, yet, the number of deaths is nominal in comparison to the cases. Over the past year, there have been less than 300 deaths attributed to COVID-19.
The CDC offers information to travelers – and travel has never ceased to the Caribbean nation. This means that the country is more than capable of generating tourism revenue, even in the midst of a pandemic.
With a bit of guidance from the U.S., they could turn things around enough to end TPS once and for all. Then, the Haitians go home – and that could free up tens of thousands of jobs for Americans to take. Why, it could even end unemployment once and for all.
As the TPS is extended, it will allow over 100,000 Haitians to secure work permits. With 16.4 million Americans still remaining jobless, this shows just how daft Biden really is.
The 100,00 Haitians granted TPS doesn’t even pale compared to the 320,000 Venezuelans and the 1600 Burma nationals that Biden granted TPS to in March.
The administration has found a loophole. By granting TPS, they don’t have to use the word ‘amnesty.’ However, every Republican is well aware of what’s being done. It’s why so many people are furious with what Biden is doing – and why his approval rating is plummeting.
How many other people are going to get in on the sweetheart deal that Biden has created? Perhaps we can start flying people over from other war-torn and poverty-stricken countries. The residents of South Sudan, Guinea, Madagascar, and others would likely love to get a free ride into the U.S. so that they can get the goodies handed out to migrants like candy.
Biden has to work hard to put the country in the economic crisis that it’s hurtling toward. It’s only a matter of time before he grants another group of migrants TPS, too. After all, we don’t dare allow Americans to become employed in America, right?