Biden Believes Immigration is Making America Better

In an address for Hispanic Heritage Month, President Biden noted 26 percent of pupils in American schools use Spanish, instead of English.

Biden stated the number of foreign-born people in the country reached a record-breaking almost 47 million.

“Joe Biden” by Gage Skidmore

“Most Students Speak Spanish”

26 percent of all students in class today speak Spanish, according to Biden.

The comments come as Biden has increased the number of immigrants living in several states. Democrats promise to register a million new immigrants as voters in the coming four years.

Currently, the U.S. government grants over a million foreign individuals green cards each year and adds more than a million short-term visas to allow them to work in the country.

Additionally, under Biden, nearly 2.2 million illegal immigrants have infiltrated the interior of the United States.

The decades-long surges of mass immigration that Biden boasted about haven’t been well-liked by American citizens, especially working and middle-class Americans. They are the most susceptible to competition from newcomers for employment, property, and public services.

According to a YouGov poll conducted in August, a majority of American adults, 35 percent, believe the country is being worse off as a consequence of current immigration levels.

Another YouGov survey conducted this month indicated the majority of GOP voters now believe the U.S. is being “worse off” as a consequence of current immigration levels.

Similar to this, a May AP-NORC survey revealed over half of Republicans believed Biden and Democrats were importing potential voters, maintaining a continuous political majority in Washington, D.C. through mass immigration.

According to studies and the mainstream media, a place is more likely to vote for Democrats than Republicans, the more foreign-born people live there.

Biden Celebrates Immigration

For instance, Ronald Brownstein of The Atlantic discovered Democrats won over 90% of House congressional districts in 2019 where the proportion of foreign-born voters was higher than the national average.

Accordingly, Democrats have a 90% probability of winning every congressional area with a foreign-born populace above 15%; whereas Republicans have a 10% chance of winning each seat.

The Washington Post, the New York Times, The Atlantic, Axios, the Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal have all acknowledged the nation is shifting rapidly toward a lasting Democratic electoral majority, as a result of mass immigration.

Demographics are “the biggest single danger to Republicans’ long-term survival,” Axios stated in 2019. “The stats just aren’t lying,” Republicans are not favored by any demographic megatrend, per se.

The United States already boasts the most benevolent immigration policy in the world; by 2042, 15 million more foreign-born people are anticipated to become citizens.

Eight million of those voters will have come to the country wholly as a result of the “chain migration” practice, in which newly naturalized citizens are permitted to bring an unrestricted number of foreign relatives into the country.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.