Asking the Wrong Questions on Immigration
“If someone proposes that next year we should import 10,000 unskilled immigrants from Pakistan, the first question we should ask is: why do we need them? But that is the one question that no one ever seems to pose,” says Powerlineblog.
“In the Atlantic, David Frum has an excellent essay titled “America’s Immigration Challenge.” Frum asks, slightly less directly, my question. He describes the bizarre policy of chain migration that dominates American immigration law.”
Zuckerberg Backed Bill Would Allow Unlimited Immigration
“In January of 2015, a handful of Senators quietly introduced new legislation in Congress that would allow for virtually unlimited Muslim immigration into the United States – lifting caps entirely on several categories of visas favored by immigrants from Muslim countries,” Breitbart News says.
“The Mark Zuckerberg-backed legislation, S.153, is called the Immigration Innovation Act (or I-Squared), and it has taken on new significance following the terrorist attacks in San Bernardino. Those attacks were only possible due to Muslim immigration: Syed Farook is reportedly the child of Pakistani immigrants, and his jihadi bride, Tashfeen Malik, was reportedly born in Pakistan.”
Another Border Surge Underway as 10,000 Minors Cross Border in Fall
“More than 10,000 unaccompanied, illegal alien minors have illegally crossed the United States border from Mexico border between October and November of this year. According to the Daily Mail, the notable surge in unaccompanied alien children (UAC) has doubled since the same period in 2014, skyrocketing to an all-time high. It has been reported that many of these children were settled in Ellis County at the Lakeview Camp and Retreat Center located near Waxahachie, Texas, on Saturday, December 12 and approximately 400 workers are scheduled to arrive at the facility sometime this week,” Inquisitr.com says.