G. McConway
January 18, 2023

Buried Government Report Bad News for Biden’s Immigration Plan

There is a government report that has been sitting around since 2008 that Democrats do not want anyone to see.

That is because the report offers up a scathing review of how illegal immigration impact minority communities specifically.

Well, now it is out, and if minority communities in this country see it, perhaps they will not pull that handle so willingly for Democrats next time.

Taking Opportunity

The report is from the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

The committee was commissioned to specifically research how illegal immigration opportunities for lower-skilled workers, particularly in minority communities.

The report states, “In the midst of public debate over immigration reform, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights voted to examine the possible effects of illegal immigration on particularly vulnerable segments of the U.S. working population, specifically low-skill black workers.”

The final report found that illegal immigration “has tended to depress both wages and employment rates for low-skilled American citizens, a disproportionate number of whom are black men.”

The commission ultimately decided that working-class American citizens should be a “piece of the puzzle that must be considered by policymakers in formulating sound immigration policy.”

Since 2009, when Obama took office, what has been the focus of the Democrat Party?

Legalizing illegal immigration and getting amnesty for the illegal immigrants that are already in this country.

Yet, this study was probably on Obama’s desk when he moved into the White House, and he sold out the black community for illegal immigrants.

Peter Kirsanow, the longest-serving member of the Commission, wrote, “There is ample evidence to suggest that at a minimum, [illegal immigration] has had an aggravating effect on both the displacement of low-skilled American workers and the racial divide in employment.

“This is because illegal immigration tends to increase the supply of low-skilled, low-wage labor already available in the U.S. labor market.”

Well, gee, then what do you think the impact of more than five million over two years has done?

Source: Breitbart

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