Team Biden’s immigration plan will add about 4.5 million migrants per year, or at least one extra migrant for every American birth, reports say.
When Title 42 is ended later this month, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) expects 9,000 to 14,000 migrants to pour across the border per day, CNN reported.
Democrat leaders apparently prefer to allow in more migrants than help Americans build families and raise more children.
“We have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the same level that it used to,” New York Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer said on Nov. 16.
“Now, more than ever, we’re short of workers … The only way we’re going to have a great future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants, the dreamers and … all 11 million — or however many undocumented there are here,” Schumer said.
Team Biden is vowing to spend billions of additional dollars to register and then quickly transport the migrants from the border to Americans’ workplaces and K-12 schools.
Pro-Biden media outlets are welcoming the plan.
CNN reported: “DHS officials are pulling from border plans released over the spring to prepare for the end of Title 42, including, for example, considering additional soft-sided facilities to process migrants. The department is also accelerating asylum processing times, doubling down on anti-smuggling operations, and coordinating with partners in the Western hemisphere, according to the administration official.”
Axios reported that Team Biden might try to reduce the number of illegal migrants by simply legalizing their entry, despite Congress’ yearly cap of roughly 1 million immigrants:
“Actions to expand legal pathways for migrants and asylum seekers and crack down on people who do not enter the U.S. at legal entry points were discussed in detail as recently as a Cabinet-head level meeting on Monday, according to the two sources familiar.
“To incentivize people to apply and enter the U.S. legally, officials are looking at raising the 24,000 person cap on the number of Venezuelans who can be paroled via a new process started last month. The process forces back to Mexico those who instead attempt to cross the border illegally”.