Via Breitbart Immigration, Breitbart.COM/immigration, see Neil Munro
on whether Donald Trump regrets taking Jared Kushner's advice to
downplay the National Question on the campaign stump against Joe Biden
and Kamala Harris:
| "Now, more than ever, we're short of workers," Schumer said on the
| Hill at a press conference, which was intended to tout several draft
| amnesties for illegal migrants. He continued:
|| We have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the
|| same level that it used to. The only way we're going to have a great
|| future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants, the
|| dreamers and all of them -- because our ultimate goalis to help the
|| Dreamers [illegals who were brought in by their parents] get a path
|| to citizenship for all 11 million -- or however many undocumented
|| there are here [emphasis added].
| Schumer's more-migration policy echoed the economic strategy adopted
| by New York's elite, which uses low-wage migration to subsidize an
| elite-run economy of investors and landlords. The huge inflow of
| cheap and compliant foreign workers hasforced downNew Yorkers'
| wages,boostedtheir rents and housing prices, and reducednative-born
| Americans' clout in local elections.
Will Ken Griffin allow Ron DeSantis to run to Trump's right on
affordable family formation?
"After writing the same "Trump is the biggest threat the republic
has ever faced" column three thousand times, Max Boot will be moving
on to "DeSantis is the biggest threat the republic has ever faced"
for the forseeable future." - Karol Markowicz