Wouldn't it be something, though, if Biden shocked the world and charted a brand new course?
Today, I want to introduce you to nine Members of this two-year Congress who have achieved the top distinction in battling immigration policies that drive down wages and increase the non-employment of American workers. There are dozens of others who have done a great job this year. But these nine are the Rock Starts who earned NumbersUSA's A+ "Challenge Status Quo" grade.
In picking Sen. Kamala Harris of California to complete his ticket, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has made two groups very happy -- Wall St. and Silicon Valley. If her voting record on immigration is any indication, Sen. Harris will aggressively advocate for the Biden-Sanders 'Unity Plan' -- a list of policy recommendations that would increase legal immigration while all but eliminating immigration enforcement. That's good news for Big Business and bad news for American workers and their wages.
Bob Good -- who filled out NumbersUSA's candidate survey and promised to be a True Reformer on 12 top immigration goals -- has unseated incumbent Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman at the Party's primary convention.
A key issue in Rep. Riggleman's defeat was the charge that he was a close ally of business lobbies in their desire for more foreign workers.
During his third State of the Union address, Pres. Trump focused his immigration remarks on policies that protect American workers and national sovereignty. It was a message reminiscent of 2016 when, as a candidate, he consistently appealed to voters by calling for immigration policies that put Americans first.