In a shameless plea to flood the United States with more illegal immigrants, three Democrat lawmakers are begging President Joe Biden to throw open the doors for Palestinians to enter the country. Senators Dick Durbin and Jan Schakowsky, along with Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, are pushing for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for Palestinians already in the U.S. Translation: once they’re here, they can stay.
These three Democrats, with no regard for the safety and security of American citizens, wrote a letter urging Biden to designate the Palestinian territories for TPS and DED. They cited the ongoing armed conflict and claimed that Palestinians already in the U.S. shouldn’t be forced to return to their homeland. They even had the audacity to reference the tragic loss of life, conveniently ignoring the fact that Hamas is a recognized terrorist organization responsible for the violence.
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Their agenda is clear: flood the country with more potential undocumented immigrants, no questions asked. They want to allow anyone claiming to be a refugee to come to the U.S., with no way to distinguish between innocent civilians and dangerous terrorists. This reckless policy would put American lives at risk and open the door for criminals and extremists to blend in among law-abiding citizens.
Thankfully, Representative Ryan Zinke and other House Republicans are taking a stand against this madness. They have introduced legislation to prevent the Department of Homeland Security from handing out green cards, visas, refugee status, and parole to Palestinians. This action would not only protect national security but also ensure that those who pose a threat are held accountable and not given a free pass to remain in the country.
The Democrats’ call for unrestricted entry and stay for Palestinians in the U.S. is nothing short of a dangerous and irresponsible scheme. It’s time to put the safety and interests of American citizens first, rather than caving in to the demands of those who prioritize political agendas over national security.