Immigration Reform

immigrationreformThe protection of our homeland is the cornerstone of our policy. We believe in strong borders and immigration reform which provides a pathway to citizenship to those who arrive in our country legally. We advocate for a strong military which receives appropriate funding to recruit the best and the brightest to serve in our military branches including the Army, The Navy, The Airforce, and the newly minted Space Force. We adhere to a policy that honors and supports our retired veterans and their families. We support the fortification of our electronic borders through cyber security.

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‘Border Czar’ Harris has NEVER spoken with the current or previous Border Patrol chief: report

Border czar turned presidential candidate Kamala Harris has reportedly never even once spoken with the current or former Border Patrol chief. “Border Patrol Chief Jason Owens says Vice President Kamala Harris has not spoken with him since he was appointed in July 2023,” NewsNation reported Monday. “Retired Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz told CBS in March he also never spoke with Harris during his tenure from August 2021 through June 2023,” the outlet added. NEW: I just confirmed that VP/Border Czar Kamala Harris has not talked with Border Patrol Chief Jason Owens, who has been in the position for the last year. The same goes for retired BP Chief Raul Ortiz who disclosed back in March that he never “had one conversation” with the… — Ali Bradley (@AliBradleyTV) July 22, 2024 This revelation comes three long years after President Joe Biden appointed Vice President Harris to serve as his border czar. In that time, the number of criminal aliens crossing the border has ballooned, raising the question of what the hell Harris has been doing in her role as border czar, if anything at all. NewsNation notes that she initially “made trips to some South American countries … to plead with people not to make the dangerous trip to the United States,” but that’s about it. When it comes to actually securing the border, she’s done nothing. One of our live shots in Lukeville, AZ this morning. Masses of men crossing illegally from all over the globe. Trash everywhere. Horrific stench of human feces. None of the men we’ve spoken w/ today have been “asylum seekers”. They tell us they want work & opportunity in US. pic.twitter.com/WYRYdgG0w9 — Bill Melugin (@BillMelugin_) December 5, 2023 If anything, Harris has made it a priority to focus on other countries’ borders — like,

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Majority Of Americans Support Reduction Of Immigration Levels; New Poll Finds

Majority Of Americans Support Reduction Of Immigration Levels; New Poll Finds Authored by Eric Lundrum via American Greatness, According to the latest polling, a clear majority of Americans want to see immigration levels reduced, not increased. Axios reports that the latest poll from Gallup shows that 55% of American adults want legal immigration lowered. This marks the highest percentage of Americans in favor of this immigration stance since 58% said so back in 2001. Last June, that number was down to just 41%. The previous record high percentage in favor of reduced immigration was 65%, which was recorded in both 1993 and 1995. While the stance is more broadly shared among Republican and independent respondents, the poll indicates that even Democrats are starting to shift towards a stricter position on immigration. The poll found that 88% of Republicans are in favor of lower immigration (a 15-point increase from the previous poll last June), as are 50% of independents (an 11-point increase). Although the percentage among Democrats is just 28%, this marks a noticeable 10-point shift from the prior results. Polling throughout the year has consistently shown immigration to be the top issue for primary voters, even ahead of other concerns such as the economy. Gallup also reported that 42% of respondents considered the border issue to be a “crisis.” The noticeable shift on the immigration issue is likely to benefit the campaign of former President Donald Trump, who has consistently made immigration one of the top focuses of his campaigns for the presidency. Tyler Durden Mon, 07/22/2024 – 13:40

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