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9 hours ago, Tripnsweep said:

I'm sure some people complained, but it wasn't a concern that many people had a thing with. It was mostly like, ok it happens, people come here to wash dishes and pick fruit, good for them. It isn't like people are crossing the border to take high paying jobs. 

Personally I don't know why it's even a big deal. It's just convenient politically to demonize people you don't like who don't have any way of fighting back. 

Illegal immigaration has always been a concern.  Wtf are you talking about? 

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Biden Admin Expands Paths to Muslim Refugees with USCIS Announcement
 

"Opening these field offices establishes a USCIS presence and expertise in critical locations in the Middle East and is part of our commitment to the Biden-Harris administration's efforts to facilitate safe, lawful, and orderly migration and family reunification. Our presence in Qatar and Turkey expands USCIS' footprint outside the United States, supports our humanitarian mission, and strengthens the integrity of the U.S. immigration system." 

Under Biden, U.S. immigration policy seems more concentrated on making it orderly and easy than lawful and safe. In his May 2023 press conference, Mayorkas clarified current immigration policy, which focuses on "lawful, safe, and orderly pathways" for migration to the U.S. The reality is that this administration has made it much easier to come here and stay.

It is also likely that this administration seeks to minimize or hide the numbers entering illegally by structuring its policies so that it can cleverly claim more pathways as "legal." One such example is the expansion of humanitarian parole supported by this administration. The way asylum law is interpreted under Biden's humanitarian parole programs is unprecedented and, arguably, nearly completely lawless.

https://www.uncoverdc.com/2024/04/25/biden-admin-expands-paths-to-muslim-refugees-with-uscis-announcement

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32 minutes ago, Offthemat said:

It’s with some exasperation and incredulity that I announce Oklahoma has seen fit to pass a law making it illegal for illegals to be here illegally. 

Is there a chance the 10th Circuit Court strikes that down as illegal?  🤔

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For that alone he should be removed from office.   He swore to enforce the laws of the land.   He is not doing it and he admits it right there.   Hopefully he is booted come Nov and outta there in Jan.   Come on man!!

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41 minutes ago, mspart said:

For that alone he should be removed from office.   He swore to enforce the laws of the land.   He is not doing it and he admits it right there.   Hopefully he is booted come Nov and outta there in Jan.   Come on man!!

mspart

Maybe you are being too harsh.  There's another way to look at it.  Joe is simply saying we should base policy on what 2 year olds think.  🙄

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