Biden Administration Says “More Inclusive” Language Needed for Immigrants
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has just released a memo featuring new, more inclusive language to be used in immigration efforts. The updated terms are certain to cause friction, however, among those who desire strong borders for our nation.
For example, instead of “illegal alien,” the department will now refer to such individuals as an “undocumented citizen” or “undocumented individual.” Instead of immigrants “assimilating” into America society, these people will be part of “civic integration.” Fence-jumpers will no longer be called an “alien,” but rather a “noncitizen.”
The move stands in stark contrast with former President Trump’s references to illegal aliens who are “invading” America. While Trump ran and won his first election based on the promise of building a border wall, Biden has signed executive orders to stop construction, as well as to end most deportations along the southern border for 100 days.
But it doesn’t take much effort to see the game being played. By changing the language, the Biden administration seeks to control the media narrative regarding immigration. The illegal alien will become an undocumented citizen who will soon become a citizen. The Democrat voting pipeline plan is now in full effect, with future legislation soon to follow.
Biden has already revealed plans for a new immigration reform bill to Congress to grant citizenship for 11 million “undocumented individuals.” This U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 will expand benefits for so-called dreamers, and may include processing the asylum applications of minors in their home nations. This is in addition to Biden’s refugee change from Trump’s limited 15,000 for the year to 125,000, with talk of increasing numbers even more in following years.
In addition, an average of 3,000 people are caught illegally crossing the southern border of the nation each day. That’s over one million people per year. With Biden’s current revival of the Obama catch-and-release policy, those individuals continue to largely walk free.
In total, our immigrant-friendly Biden is now working to create 11 million immigrant voters, importing 125,000 immigrants per year, and allowing another million-plus illegal immigrants to remain in the nation. And don’t forget, he’s only been in office less than 30 days.
But this won’t be a humanitarian crisis or refugee camp, at least under Biden’s new language. Instead, our new noncitizen neighbors will simply relocate as regional migrants as part of civic migration alongside fellow Americans.
Changing the words may make the situation sound better, but the reality will be a nation inundated with new people in need of jobs, education, health care, housing, and other basics. These needs will continue to take place at the same time America seeks to recover from COVID-19 and other disastrous leftist economic policies.
If conservatives don’t find a way to stop the damage by the 2022 midterms, the next presidential election could be too late. Even if Trump or another border wall-building candidate takes office after Biden, the next president could be finishing a wall that keeps millions more “undocumented individuals” inside America.