Joe Biden cut a backroom deal that left Republicans everywhere red with rage

This president has been the least transparent executive in recent memory. The decisions he’s making are infuriating.

And Joe Biden cut a backroom deal that left Republicans everywhere red with rage.

Something Americans can’t get their heads around is why it is so important to Joe Biden and the Democrats to flood this country with foreign nationals.

A poll conducted by Gallup in February of this year showed that the biggest issue to voters is immigration.

The issue topped the list as the number one problem for 28% of those polled.

The next top issues were “government” at 20% and “economy in general” at 12%.

In the same poll, 55% of those polled said that immigration will be a critical issue in the next 10 years with another 31% saying it will be important.

What is Biden’s answer to the concerns of American citizens? He wants to open the flood gates.

President Joe Biden has contributed to a nearly 1.2 million increase in the number of foreign nationals living in the United States who are eligible or obtaining Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which makes them ineligible to be deported.

According to Pew Research Center data, about 1.2 million foreign nationals are eligible for or have received TPS, allowing them to stay in the United States, obtain work permits, and escape deportation.

Since assuming office, Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has added Afghanistan, Burma, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ukraine, and Venezuela to the list of countries where individuals living in the United States but without an immigration status can apply for TPS.

Last September, Biden extended TPS to nearly half a million Venezuelans in the United States. That came after over a quarter-million Venezuelans were granted TPS in 2021.

Under Biden’s leadership, the country’s foreign-born population expanded.

More than 51 million foreign-born people call the United States home, making it the largest number in American history, according to the most recent estimates from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS).

“The foreign-born share of the U.S. population has more than tripled since 1970, nearly doubled since 1990, and is up 40 percent just since 2000,” CIS researchers write.

“Since President Biden took office in January 2021, the foreign-born population has grown by 6.4 million — larger than the individual populations of 33 states.”

Based on all of the polls, is this what Americans are begging for? No, they want secure borders.

Back in February, Gallup polled Biden’s disapproval rating on immigration at a whopping 67%.

Over two-thirds of those polled disapprove! Including a 7% decrease in support by Democrats on the issue since November of 2023.

If Biden wants to get re-elected, he better get his act together quick before it’s too late.

But we wouldn’t advise you to hold your breath waiting on that.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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