Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden proposed a freeze on deportations for all illegal aliens during his first 100 days in office.
Biden revealed his plan during Sunday night’s debate with fellow pro-illegal immigration defender, Bernie Sanders.
The former vice president said that “no one” will be deported at the beginning of a Biden administration. Regardless of criminal history and regardless of the threat to the American people.
He makes no distinction.
The leading Democrat poised to challenge President Trump also stated that after the 100 days, the only illegals who will face deportations are those who have been convicted of serious crimes.
“We can be a nation of immigrants, as well as a nation that is decent,” Biden advised.
“In the first 100 days of my administration, no one, no one will be deported at all,” Biden said. “From that point on, the only deportations that will take place is convictions of felonies in the United States of America.”
The mainstream media will continue to peddle the narrative that Biden is a moderate candidate, something the Center for Immigration Studies calls a “myth.”
“Are amnesty, taxpayer support for immigrants, and open borders mainstream?” they facetiously ask.
Just last week, as coronavirus has become a major concern in the United States, Biden alleged that walls and travel bans would be ineffective against stopping diseases.
Earlier this year, Biden suggested that as president he would end illegal immigration detention “across the board.”
He has raised his hand when asked if his health care plan would provide taxpayer-funded benefits to illegal immigrants.
And Biden has curiously claimed some illegal immigrant ‘Dreamers’ become American before actual citizens or legal immigrants.
Biden has made amnesty for over 10 million DACA recipients a central part of his 2020 campaign.
“We should be in fact legalizing DREAMers right now,” Biden has said. “There are over 4 million families, over 10 million people. We should be uniting families, not separating families.”
It wasn’t always like this for Joe, but as a career politician, he shifts wherever his aspirations will take him.
This is the same man who was vice president when the Obama administration was ‘separating families’ and putting kids in cages, something the current President is repeatedly criticized for.
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