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Center for American Progress: Reconciliation "Plan C" could Cover 7.1 Million Aliens

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Democrats' plan to include a multi-million alien amnesty in the massive partisan fiscal spending bill (a.k.a BBB) Dems. hope to pass via the filibuster-proof budget reconciliation process - has now entered "plan C" after the Senate Parliamentarian shot down the past two attempts.

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Pres. Biden continues to lose support from key groups on immigration

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  by  Chris Chmielenski

Immigration is a top issue for American voters as the border crisis continues unabated. The Biden Administration's failure to take effective actions to secure the border, and in many ways actively encouraging more illegal border crossings, is hurting the President's approval rating with voters.

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Biden's Former BP Chief Confirms, U.S. Spending Millions/Day to NOT BUILD Border Barriers

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In a recent issue with Fox News, President Joe Biden's former Chief of Border Patrol, Rodney Scott, stated that President Biden and his Department of Homeland Security is spending millions of taxpayer dollars each day to NOT build effective border barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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NYT Writers' Dissonance on Immigration-Driven Population Growth

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  by  Lisa Venus

What's a pundit to do when his commitment to ever-increasing immigration makes it much more difficult to achieve realistic policy goals he claims to care about? If he works for The New York Times there's a good chance he'll just ignore the contradiction and keeping penning paeans to the cure-all powers of immigration-driven growth.

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Obama: Open borders are "unsustainable"

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  by  Jeremy Beck

As Obama indicated in his interview, there is a tension between Americans' openness to the world and America's ability to absorb the world. The benefits of moderate immigration levels include tight labor markets, better wages, more economic opportunities for women and the less-skilled, less demand on resources and infrastructure, greater access to the outdoors, and greater hope for protecting wildlife and wildlands, and open spaces.

We are moving further away from a system we can sustain.

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