Desperate For Support, Biden Ramps Up Third World Migration

The Democrats know they’re in trouble. Americans are vocalizing their dismay over the policies set forth by the current ruling party. No one supports the growing tyranny, whether it be medical or otherwise, coming from Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, et al.

To combat the growing resistance to their radicalism, the Biden administration has set forth a plan to ramp up migration from third world countries, quickly convert them to American citizens, nationalize elections, and voila! You have an entirely new voting base in which to exploit.

The Biden administration announced a plan on Monday to bring about 10 times as many refugees in the Fiscal Year 2022 as they did this year. Confirmed by the State Department, this entire strategy has been devised to radically shift the demographics in America to give Democrat globalists a better shot at maintaining their grip on power, regardless of who’s in office.

Are you paying attention yet?

In May, Biden announced he would raise the refugee resettlement cap to 62,500 refugees for Fiscal Year 2021 — more than four times the cap that Former President Trump imposed for the year at about 15,000 refugees.

For Fiscal Year 2022, which begins October 1, Biden will set the cap at 125,000 refugees who can be resettled across the U.S. over the subsequent 12 months, a State Department notice to Congress confirmed. The data projects that the Biden administration will have brought about 12,500 refugees to the U.S. by the end of Fiscal Year 2021.

You can read the State Department plan here.

Specifically, the State Department will allocate the most refugee spots for Africans and foreign nationals from East and South Asia. About 10,000 spots will go to Europeans and foreign nationals in Central Asia, while 15,000 spots will be allocated to Latin Americans and those in the Caribbean.

In addition to increasing refugee resettlement, Biden rescinded an order that allowed states and localities to decide whether they wanted refugee resettlement in their communities. The order, signed by Trump, gave Americans veto power over the program that they, for decades, have been shut out of.

Over the last 20 years, nearly one million refugees have been resettled in the country. This is a number more than double that of residents living in Miami, Florida, and would be the equivalent of annually adding the population of Pensacola, Florida, to the country.

Refugee resettlement costs American taxpayers nearly $9 billion every five years, according to research, and each refugee costs taxpayers about $133,000 over the course of their lifetime. Within five years, an estimated 16 percent of all refugees admitted will need housing assistance paid for by taxpayers.

Despite all of this, the plan to destroy America continues.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth