A plan to stop President Biden’s parole pipeline, which assists in the wholesale release of tens of thousands of immigrants into the U.S. each month, has been put up by Republican senators, led by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa).
Tens of thousands of undocumented migrants are temporarily held before being transported by bus or flown to American cities, many with work permits, under the extensive Catch and Release network that Biden has implemented since entering office.
Since February 2021, an estimated 1.7 million illegals have already been released into the interior of the U.S.; the majority of them likely received parole.
The 2023 Immigration Parole Reform Act, introduced by Grassley along with Senators Tom Cotton (R-AR), James Lankford (R-OK), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), J.D. Vance (R-OH), Mike Lee (R-UT), Katie Britt (R-AL), Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), and Joni Ernst (R-IA), would make it clear that parole is only to be utilized as it was designed — for humanitarian and emergency situations.
“The abuse of parole by the executive branch is abhorrent and totally at odds with the goals of Congress.” In a statement, Grassley said, “I’m proud to lead the battle to stop the misuse of immigration parole and bring order back to our immigration system.”
The legislation would specifically state that parole cannot be issued to foreign nationals in a mass-scale manner. Instead, the measure outlines in detail the few circumstances in which parole may be used to allow an alien entry into the country.
According to Cotton, “the Biden admin. has been exploiting a provision that permits immigrants into the U.S. for emergencies and also for the public interest.”
“However, President Biden’s political interests do not align with those of the American people. Our bill will assist in ending catch-and-release and putting an end to his exploitation of the parole system.”
While almost two million Americans are still out of work versus the same time period in 2019 prior to the Chinese coronavirus epidemic, Joe Biden’s parole pipeline is bringing millions of non-American workers to the U.S. labor market.
The tremendous influx of illegals entering American communities via Biden’s parole pipeline, according to Vance in testimony previously this month, is depriving middle-class and working Americans of the opportunity to own a home.
In this case, Vance stated, “illegal immigration… entails wage theft in the sense of competition for jobs by lower-paid migrants.”
“From the perspective of housing, mass immigration is theft of the American ideal of housing when there are 25 million people that aren’t legally allowed to be in America competing with Americans to purchase their first home or even to rent a home. That is a significant problem. We ought to be discussing more in the area of the immigration situation.”
The amount of border crossers granted parole so that they can enter the U.S. each month is still a secret, according to Biden’s Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS).