Dems Plan To Hand Over Taxpayer Money To Fund Pro-Illegal Program
As the debate over illegal immigration rages on in the United States, Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey has proposed a controversial policy that would give illegal immigrants the ability to get a driver’s license. This policy, which is backed by state legislators and voters in the Commonwealth, would cost taxpayers an estimated $28,000,000 to implement.
While proponents of the policy argue that it is a step forward for safety and equity, opponents of illegal immigration argue that it is an unnecessary expense and a violation of immigration laws. They point out that the policy would not only be a waste of taxpayer money, but could also lead to an increase in criminal activity as some illegal immigrants may use the licenses for fraudulent purposes.
In addition, opponents of illegal immigration argue that the policy could lead to increased competition for jobs and wages as illegal immigrants will now be able to legally drive and seek employment. They also note that the policy could encourage more illegal immigrants to come to the United States, putting a strain on the state’s resources such as schools and hospitals.
Given these concerns, it is clear that this policy has the potential to be a major cost to taxpayers and a burden to the state. Democrats in the state should not be using taxpayer money to pick up more voters, but instead should be focusing on finding solutions to the real problems facing Massachusetts.
Democrat Question 4 passes, allowing for illegal immigrant to get a driver’s licenses, in the State of Massachusetts 🤦🏻#TheFix is in for the 2024 presidential Elections already 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/1Yv48xcLZ1
— @StevenWright🇺🇸 (@steven74041494) November 10, 2022
Ultimately, it is up to the state’s legislature to decide whether or not to approve the $28,000,000 in funding to implement the policy.
While proponents of the policy may argue that it is a step forward for safety and equity, opponents of illegal immigration argue that it is an unnecessary expense and a violation of immigration laws. This debate is sure to continue as the state legislature considers this policy, and it remains to be seen whether or not the policy will be approved.