Jim Jordan Sounds On Biden's Last-Minute Migrant Rush-Motive Revealed
Apparently, Biden wants to rush in the migrants to fill job vacancies rather than employ able Americans...
In the wake of the pandemic, unemployment has been on the decline, but millions of Americans are still without work. Representative Jim Jordan, Republican of Ohio, is urging the Biden administration to prioritize American citizens when it comes to filling job openings. He believes that the government should look to its own citizens and provide them with the opportunity to work, which would help the economy and ensure that the people of the country are taken care of first.
With the Biden administration looking to employ more migrants in the coming year, Congressman Jordan has urged President Biden and his administration to put American citizens first. He believes that doing so is the best way to help the economy and ensure that the people of the country are taken care of. He is calling for the government to prioritize American citizens when it comes to filling job openings, so that they can get back to work and contribute to the economy.
"Why not just hire AMERICANS looking for jobs?" the Ohio Republican asked in a tweet, responding to a report of the Biden administration’s new plan.
On Tuesday, Axios reported President Biden was looking to tackle immigration reform in the coming year and to negotiate with a Republican majority in the House of Representatives.
His plan, according to the report, will include the hiring of more so-called "Dreamers," or "lawfully present" recipients of the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program or Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act.
According to the report, the Biden administration is looking to tackle two problems with one solution: As up to 14,000 migrants are expected to cross the border daily when Title 42 ends, the Biden administration is looking to get them into the workforce to lower inflation.
Why not just hire AMERICANS looking for jobs? https://t.co/ZIUwFRPWBN
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) December 21, 2022
Immigration reform is "harder in the divided Congress, but it's so clearly necessary in light of what we're seeing in the job market," Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said in a statement to Axios. "The thing that's underpinning inflation still — that’s driving inflation still — is this tight labor market."
"Immigration is a lever," she added. "We're down a million immigrants a year. That's a workforce that we need."
Tyrannical lockdowns and pay increases shut down many small businesses around the country. Couple that with Biden paying folks to stay home to get a few votes, and of course the workforce is struggling. Does that really mean that the best solution is to legalize migrants while able-bodied Americans go on unemployed?