Amnesty Ahead: Biden Meets with Open-Borders Lobby

On Thursday, January 14, Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris met with Latino cabinet nominees, executives with open-borders lobbying groups, and sanctuary city politicians to discuss their immediate plans for immigration policy changes. Expected to be included in those changes is an amnesty for the 11-22 million illegals already in the U.S.

Taking part were the following Latino designates for cabinet-level posts:

  • Xavier Becerra, Secretary-designate of Health and Human Services
  • Miguel Cardona, Secretary-designate of Education
  • Isabel Guzman, Administrator-designate of the Small Business Administration

Also participating were Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles–second only to NYC as the nation’s largest sanctuary city–and these representatives of the open-borders lobby:

  • Sindy Benavides, President of LULAC
  • Alida Garcia, Vice President of Advocacy of Zuckerberg-funded
  • Domingo Garcia, Board Chair, LULAC
  • Maria Teresa Kumar, President & CEO of Voto Latino
  • Henry R. Munoz III, co-Founder of Latino Victory
  • Janet Murguia, President of UnidosUS
  • Nathalie Rayes, President & CEO of Latino Victory Fund
  • Tom Saenz, President of MALDEF
  • Hector Sanchez, President of Mi Familia Vota

According to a press release issued on Biden’s official President-Elect web page, the group “discussed the challenges facing the majority of Latino workers who do not have the option of working remotely, and the many Latino children who do not have access to high speed internet needed for remote learning.”

The announcement also engaged in the usual self-congratulations, citing the group’s “strong support for the president-elect’s historic Latino cabinet nominations, and the importance of having an administration that reflects the diversity of our nation.”

For more, see Breitbart News.



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