In order to transport and shelter the southern influx of economic migrants into American workplaces and dwellings, the Biden White House is requesting Congress give an additional $5 billion.
According to John Feere, a former homeland security officer, any increased financing will hasten the government’s “cheap labor network that far too many lawmakers in D.C. are prepared to take part in.” He is currently employed at the Center for migration Studies.
He told Breitbart News that the influx of tenants, workers and customers “benefits entities for both sides of the border – human smuggling activities, governments and companies.”
The request is a component of a “Short-term Continuing Request” budget request that the White House made to Congress. In the memo, Congress is urged to allocate vast sums of money to Democratic priorities, such as $11.7 billion for Ukraine and additional funding for the federal government’s shadowy immigration network.
For instance, the paper requests additional funds for the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) of 2008, the Emergency Shelter and Food Grant Program, and the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act.
The request for $1.8 billion is made to support the TVPRA, which connects federal agencies with juvenile migrants’ coyote advisers who are supported by cartels at the border. The organizations then run the migration network and transfer the illegal migrants all for free to their employers and parents who are also illegal immigrants across the country:
“Language is necessary to designate $1.8 billion to the Dept. of Health Services for the ORR, and Support account of the Refugee and Entrant to the Unaccompanied kids program, Health Care and Transitional program, and Refugee Assistance Services program. Without this, the office will not have enough resources to take care of or place more children who are unaccompanied in shelters in the time of the CR or to give medical assistance, cash, and support programs to humanitarian migrants, particularly in regard to the increasing number of Cubans.”
“This request would give $2.9 billion to the Fed. Emergency Management Agency’s Catastrophe Relief Fund to hit ongoing and projected disaster response expenditures.”