Democrats Play Dirty With New Mass Migration Tactic

A group of four ICE officials recently informed the Washington Post that the department had “prepared plans to release thousands of [illegal] immigrants” in order to make up for the $700 million deficit that the now-defunct Senate compromise was meant to address. Further, ICE “reduces its capacity to retain detainees,” which is a far larger concern. You may say it’s a simplified version of the current catch-and-release method, but it’s actually an improved version of the original.
 

Reports surfaced on Wednesday from the Post stating that “ICE officials have started circulating an internal plan to save money by releasing thousands of inmates and decreasing detention levels from 38,000 beds to 22,000” due to the failed bill. Contrary to what Republicans claim, “the reverse of enforcement happens.”

This is clearly an attempt at political blackmail, so let’s call it that. In essence, ICE threatened to release even more illegal immigrants unless the Democrats got what they wanted. It goes without saying that the Democrats seek an increase in the number of illegal immigrants.

“A $700.0 million deficit is the worst expected shortfall the agency has encountered in recent memory,” the Post said, citing ICE as the source. The “transition” to “green” energy that Biden is proposing “would cost significantly more than original projections.”

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projects that this year’s budget deficit would increase by $25 billion due to the effects of increased emissions requirements, clean energy tax credits, and declining gas tax income caused by individuals buying less gas. The Congressional Budget Office predicts that they will increase the deficit by $428 billion over the next decade.

In case you were wondering about Biden’s priorities, the “transition” deficit spending this year could cover the shortfall in ICE’s 2024 budget 35 times.

It must be frustrating to play the Democrats’ rigged games, since I know I’m not alone. During the first hundred years or so, the saying “heads, I win; tails, you lose” was charming. Here we are, three years into Joe Biden’s presidency: trillions in more expenditure and debt, re-regulation of every aspect of American life, a “Green New Deal Lite,” and an estimated five million illegal immigrants, with millions more on the way.

At this point in time, conservatives could really use a victory. However, maybe the perpetual defeat would be more bearable if it seemed like Republicans in the Beltway were enthusiastic about achieving victory.

However, the fate of the ICE budget is well known. The Republican leader of Kentucky’s Senate minority, Mitch McConnell, consented to an agreement that essentially established a high floor on illegal immigration instead of a low, hard limit by agreeing to give up the farm. The agreement crumbled when his Republican colleagues eventually objected, as they duly did. As a result of McConnell’s blunder, the Democratically controlled bureaucracy was able to assist and console the democratically elected politicians in Washington, D.C.

The Republicans’ decision to remove George Santos from Congress, despite his stated intention not to seek reelection this year, has led to today’s developments, which follow their recent loss of the Long Island congressional seat. Despite Republican state legislator Mazi Pilip’s best efforts, the Democrats were able to utilize the special election to further erode the GOP’s tenuous House control by pouring in money.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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