Another Game-Changing Policy – You’ll Never GUESS Who’s Behind It

President Joe Biden has signed an executive order that would allow hundreds of thousands of migrants to enter the United States by the end of the year. The move expands a previous policy and uses the temporary protected status label to allow for new entrants from Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Haiti.

The policy is being sold as an attempt to reduce illegal crossings at the southern border, but critics argue it is an overreach that circumvents Congress’ authority to legislate immigration.

Republicans and opponents of the measure hope the courts will agree that President Biden’s move is unlawful or at the very least an abuse of discretion. Already, 20 Republican-led states have filed suit in federal court to suspend the program.

The move is just another example of the Biden administration’s abuse of executive authority and its apparent objective for immigration policy: open borders and amnesty for all.