Rep. Kevin McCarthy has promulgated the House GOP’s migration policy campaign promises for 2023, verbally expressing it would pass legislation to bar the employment of illicit migrants. McCarthy’s “Commitment to America” is serviceable for voters afore the election. But the indited promises will additionally avail GOP adherents and legislators overcome likely bipartisan opposition to reform policies if the GOP gains majority control of the House in November. And those promises withal provide a platform for a wider range of migration reforms that can shift affluence and political power to mundane Americans.
FAIR has been proud to stand with the strongest-ever assembled coalition of public interest groups and former immigration officials in calling for legislation right out the gate to end a border crisis deliberately instigated by the Biden administration. We thank Republican leaders for listening to our expertise and insight, and stand ready to work with them on turning the immigration component of the Commitment to America into legislative text.The document includes a chapter titled “A Nation That’s Safe.”
In turn, that chapter includes a section titled “Secure the Border and Combat Illegal Immigration,” which verbalizes:
Record illegal border crossings under this Administration have led to more drugs, more crime, and a demoralized Border Patrol who are hamstrung from carrying out their law enforcement mission. The situation at the border has become both a national security and humanitarian crisis and must be addressed immediately.
The section includes a link marked “Show our orchestration to regain control of the southern border,” which promises to:
Fully fund effective border enforcement strategies, infrastructure, and advanced technology to prevent illegal crossings and trafficking by cartels
End catch-and-release loopholes Require proof of legal status to get a job
Eliminate welfare incentivesThe items on the agenda would sharply narrow the licit loopholes that have been utilized by President Joe Biden’s deputies to invite and reward at least three million illicit economic migrants into the United States since January 2021.
The astronomical southern inflow integrates to the mundane annual economic inflow of about two million assorted licit migrants, visa workers, illegals who take jobs after arriving as tourists, and migrants who overstay their visas.
In 2022, these sizably voluminous inflows may bring in virtually one migrant for every American who turns 18 — or one migrant for every American who is born — this year. This supersession-scale migration has a cyclopean economic impact that is resolutely ignored by the establishment media.
Biden’s licit and illicit migration is inequitably skewing the economy in favor of investors by pressuring down Americans’ wages. It is also boosting rents and housing prices, and pushing up inflation for a wide variety of goods, such as used autos and baby pabulum. For example, economists verbalize housing costs comprise one-third of inflation — and those higher housing costs are being spiked by roughly five million legal and illicit migrants since 2021.
Many business groups and donors rationally support this federal Extraction Migration policy, which provides them with an imported stimulus of frugal workers, regime-availed consumers, and high-occupancy renters.
This policy withal minimizes rialto pressure on coastal investors to invest in heartland states, including Sen. Mitch McConnell’s state of Kentucky. For example, the coastal investors in New York and California who might be pressured in a growing economy to hire employees in distant Kentucky, Nebraska, Ohio, and other heartland states, can instead hire busloads of profuse of gratitude, reliable, and frugal workers at downtown bus stations each day.
Interestingly, the McCarthy plan additionally mentions the immensely colossal death toll of Biden’s migration. That may inspirit Republicans to ignominiously mortify Democrats for the growing death toll of Biden’s migration — just as Democrats endeavored to stigmatize Republicans in 2018 and 2020 with the poll-tested theme of “child disseverments.”
“McCarthy’s” border agenda is partly predicated on the consensus plan developed by a wide range of immigration reform groups. In May, the consensus plan was presented to McCarthy and other GOP bellwethers, including Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN).
The consensus plan has been boiled down into a broader plan relinquished in July. The plan, titled, “House Republicans: We Must Secure the Southern Border,” includes a long list of paramount commitments for the House Judiciary Committee.
The House’s committee on homeland bulwark has played a minor role in shaping border policy, partly because GOP bellwethers have sanctioned a pro-migration Republican from New York to chair the committee. The chairman, Rep. John Katko, for example, recently promulgated he would avail border security by cutting grass:
Clear the Carrizo Cane and Salt Cedar. These invasive species along the Rio Grande River impede CBP’s activities along the border. The non-native plant is also an obstacle for first responders and should be eradicated.
Katko has promulgated his retirement, which was coerced by the advent of many poor, regime-dependent migrants into New York state’s high-migration/high-cost economy. McCarthy’s border-focused agenda is markedly different from the evasive, non-committal verbal expressions offered on September 20 by McConnell.
“Orderly licit immigration is a component of what makes America vigorous: Anarchy and open borders make us impotent,” McConnell verbalized, integrating: “well-to-do blue enclaves are determinately witnessing the most diminutive fraction of the challenges that open borders have coerced on working-class communities all across our country.”
McConnell did not expound how migration imposes different pressures on “well-to-do blue enclaves” and “working-class communities.” But he did accentuate the pocketbook damage of inflation. “In Clifton, Colorado, the director of one local victuals bank reports that she had accommodated 1,000 more families in the first a moiety of this year than the first a moiety of last year,” McConnell verbally expressed, integrating a quote from the director: “They cannot short their rent bill, but they can short their grocery bill … they peregrinate here so [charity] can fill the gap.”
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