By Allan Wall, August 17, 2020
So now it’s official. With the selection of the Democratic vice-presidential candidate, we now know that the 2020 election pits Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and veep candidate Kamala Harris against Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
Here at US Incorporated, we are not permitted to endorse candidates or legislation. But we can certainly discuss candidates, and you can, freely, make your own decision.
Let’s see what sort of immigration platform the Biden/Harris duo have in store for the country, should they win in November.
Not that we’re hoping for anything like this, but what if they win and during their term, Biden suddenly passes away or totally loses any capability to govern? Then, Kamala “Momala” Harris would be in charge.
For starters, what does the Biden/Harris campaign website have to say?
The website has a section entitled The Biden Plan for Securing our Values as a Nation of Immigrants.
You have to wade through a lot of rhetoric and Trump-bashing before finding anything concrete. But consider this doozy: “Biden will aggressively advocate for legislation that creates a clear road map to legal status and citizenship for unauthorized immigrants who register, are up-to-date on their taxes, and have passed a background check.”
Amnesty for illegal aliens, in other words. Not only does it reward lawbreakers, but it encourages more foreigners to enter our nation illegally.
The Biden/Harris campaign also proposes “expanding the number of high-skilled visas and eliminating the limits on employment-based visas by country … ”
The Biden/Harris campaign even wants to create a new business program “ … to allow any county or municipal executive of a large or midsize county or city to petition for additional immigrant visas to support the region’s economic development strategy …. ”
Just imagine, that would put federal immigration decisions into the hands of local or county leaders. Can you believe the corruption that such a visa would invite?
As a nation, we really need to be moving away for this insatiable desire for foreign labor. Given advances in automation, we will soon enough be struggling to provide enough jobs for the people who already live here, much less if we bring in more and more immigrants.
Kamala Harris (pictured) is currently a sitting senator in the U.S. Senate, where her immigration voting record is, according to Numbers USA, an F– so don’t expect her to bring any common-sense immigration restriction ideas to the ticket.
Kamala was a candidate for president herself in 2019 (from January 21st to December 3rd), so we can learn from what she said during that time period.
In May of 2019, then presidential candidate Kamala Harris was interviewed by CNN’s Jake Tapper, and this topic came up:
Tapper: “Do you support giving universal health care, medicare for all, to people who are in this country illegally? “
Harris: “Let me just be very clear about this. I am opposed to any policy that would deny in our country any human being from access to public safety, public education, or public health. Period.”
If you support immigration reform and gun rights, consider then-candidate for president Harris’s Combating Violent Hate initiative which was on her campaign website and is still available online.
The potential policy proposes giving federal courts the authority “to temporarily seize the gun of a suspected terrorist or individual who may imminently perpetrate a hate crime.”
It’s not referring to radical Muslim, Antifa, or “Black Lives Matter” terrorists, but to “white supremacists.”
You probably don’t consider yourself a “white supremacist,” few Americans do, but Kamala Harris might consider you to be one.
After all, her document says that federal courts can determine those who haven’t yet, but are about to, commit a “hate crime.”
According to the document: Whether it’s violent racist threats or anti-immigrant manifestos, signs of impending violence are often evident before tragedy strikes.
Be careful. How do Joe, Kamala and Co. define such “manifestos”?
Could it be any document criticizing, or even questioning, current U.S. immigration policy?
What about US Incorporated? Would this blog be considered an “anti-immigrant manifesto”?
Would that justify gun confiscation from a US Incorporated writer or reader?
Keep an eye on this crew. And consider for whom you vote.
Not that we’re endorsing any candidate.
Listen to Allan’s interview with Silvio Canto.