Last Updated on November 28, 2022
Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar vowed that he will “always” oppose amnesty for illegal aliens in a post he made to Gab, reminding readers that those who violate America’s laws don’t deserve to be handed citizenship. With Joe Biden in the White House and Republicans holding only a tiny House majority, Democrats are poised to work with the GOP establishment to ram amnesty for illegal aliens through the legislature.
“Illegal aliens, whose very first act in our country is to violate our laws, are criminals who do not deserve citizenship,” Rep. Gosar posted to Gab over the weekend, blasting out his opposition to the recent talks on providing amnesty to tens of millions of illegal aliens.
“I’ll always be a NO vote on amnesty,” Rep. Gosar wrote.
Gosar’s Gab post against amnesty for illegal aliens comes as Democrats and the GOP establishment appear poised to ram an amnesty through the House and Senate, following the 2022 midterms in which the predicted “red wave” failed to materialize, showing itself to be a mere pink trickle instead.
This is after legislators in Washington, have spent decades using America’s borders as a political football.
Under Joe Biden, record levels (millions) of illegal aliens have crossed America’s southern border, and untold hundreds of thousands to millions more are actively overstaying visas from other parts of the world, with enforcement efforts at an all-time low.
In 2022, open borders are a public piece of the Democrat agenda and a private piece of the GOP establishment agenda.
In the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan gave no-questions-asked citizenship to millions of illegal aliens when he signed amnesty legislation very similar to what Democrats are calling for today.
Even though it was supposedly a “one-time” amnesty program that failed to secure America’s borders, Democrats have spent the next roughly 40 years demanding one more one-time amnesty program for illegal aliens.
Now, they appear dangerously close to getting exactly that, needing only a few establishment Republicans to cross the aisle and throw their support to the open borders agenda backed by the donor class of both parties. If they can ram amnesty legislation through Congress, it will almost certainly receive a rubber stamp the moment it gets to Joe Biden’s desk.