Senate Democrats are seeking ways to create a “pathway to citizenship” for up to eight million illegal immigrants through legislation in 2021, according to Bloomberg.
Among the eight million are three million “Dreamers,” children who were brought to the U.S. illegally. The remaining five million would include yet to be defined essential workers, according to the report.
One method included the proposed $3.5 trillion budget plan in the Senate. Democrats hope to include amnesty as part of the package deal. Including amnesty as part of “infrastructure” remains key to passage of Biden’s amnesty deal.
According to the official totals, President Joe Biden defeated former President Donald Trump 81 million to 74 million votes. Those seven million votes gave Biden a numeric win of about 51 percent, though the election is decided based on the electoral vote.
The addition of 11 million votes in the years ahead would create a tremendous advantage for Democrats in future elections.
In addition, consider Democrats are also working to add both the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico as additional states. If passed, the changes would add four likely Democrat Senators and at least four House members, also likely Democrats.
And don’t forget, Democrats also continue to strategize to pack the Supreme Court. The recommendation to add more justices would allow whoever is in power at that time (hint: Democrats) to nominate and pass the new leaders of the court. Democrats appear to be playing the long game when it comes to winning elections.
While these trends may sound concerning for conservative Americans, the battle’s not over yet. First, Senate Democrats must overcome the 60 votes needed due to the filibuster to pass most legislation. They are attempting to make changes through a reconciliation process that would then only require 50 votes, which Democrats would have. However, to do so will most likely require some negotiating which means they may get some of their wish list, but not all of it.
In addition, Trump shared a statement this week to challenge Senate Republicans to wait until after the 2022 midterm elections and not to negotiate. Why? If Republicans can regain the advantage in the Senate and the House, then bye bye illegal immigrants turned Democrat voters.
Third, there is you, the American voter. This is your government, after all. You don’t have to stand by and watch the nation handed over to those who are not citizens. You are not required to give up because Democrats currently control the House and Senate and White House. There is work to be done. Your voice still matters.
Instead of becoming discouraged, it’s time for conservative Americans to rise up to the challenges of the day. Whether the border crisis, inflation, critical race theory, censorship or other American issues, each battle needs conservatives willing to stand up and act.
Many of the current challenges facing conservative Americans at the moment are already due to far too many remaining silent. This approach will no longer work. It’s time to join the movement to help promote the values that make the nation great.