White House Dinner Faces Protests Amid Biden’s Immigration Controversy

This weekend, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner will take place at the Washington Hilton. Many presidents, government officials, media, and even Hollywood stars attend this event. It’s called the ‘Nerd Prom’ and comedian Colin Jost is headlining this year’s dinner. C-SPAN will broadcast the event, including the “red carpet arrivals.” The dinner is a celebration of the First Amendment, with proceeds supporting the work of the White House Correspondents’ Association and journalists who cover the presidency, as well as scholarships and other awards. President Biden is expected to attend the event, which is his third since taking office. However, some groups are planning to protest the dinner as a platform that celebrates and endorses the administration’s actions.

Senator Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican, emphasized the importance of bringing faith back to America and the need to defend the country’s freedoms. Additionally, there are concerns about the Biden administration’s expanded mass parole program for illegal immigrants potentially affecting lawful voter registration and election law. This program could allow up to 30,000 migrants per month, who wouldn’t normally qualify for a visa, to gain parole and work in the United States. There are concerns that this could impact election law and lead to an increase in Social Security numbers for people who are not in the country legally.

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A recent Quinnipiac University poll found that 47% of registered U.S. voters “strongly disapprove” of President Biden’s job performance, with 84% of Republicans, 46% of independents, and 10% of Democrats agreeing with this sentiment. Another 13% of overall voters “somewhat disapprove” and only 21% “strongly approve” of President Biden’s job performance.

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