Biden Prioritizes Employment For “Noncitizen” Palestinians

It’s hard to believe that the Biden regime has literally blown off a church shooting perpetuated by a pro-Palestinian terrorist, which is evident in its most recent position on alleged Palestinian migrants.

One would think that Biden would consider the very real safety risks of the continuous flood of illegal Palestinian migrants into the nation, especially considering Iran’s avowed determination to destroy the United States.

Alas, Biden has not done so.

On the contrary, he has adopted policies that promote employment for illegal Palestinians, which of course ensure their indefinite stay in the United States.

The White House recently issued a statement that clearly and explicitly demonstrates Biden’s avowed commitment to allowing high-risk migrants to remain in the United States, regardless of how many sleeper cells they may form.

Starting with the unilateral declaration that all individuals who identify as Palestinian have the right to remain “legally” in the United States as “nonimmigrants” for a minimum of 18 months.

“Pursuant to my constitutional authority to conduct the foreign relations of the United States, I have determined that it is in the foreign policy interest of the United States to defer for 18 months the removal of any Palestinian subject to the conditions and exceptions provided below,” Biden declared.

Well then. That’s nice. If you’re an illegal possibly hellbent on wreaking terror across the nation.

After all, it only takes one to cause immense destruction, and, given the current state of geopolitical affairs, there is highly likely to be more than one Palestinian with negative intentions.

On top of the insane 18-month reprieve, Biden strikes a new low by coddling illegal Palestinian migrants perhaps even more than illegal Central American migrants.

Specifically, not only are the high-risk migrants guaranteed sanctuary for an additional 18 months, but they are also apparently amongst the most highly prioritized with regards to obtaining employment, under “[suspended] regulatory requirements” to boot.

“I further direct the Secretary of Homeland Security to take appropriate measures to authorize employment for noncitizens whose removal has been deferred, as provided by this memorandum, for the duration of such deferral, and to consider suspending regulatory requirements with respect to F-1 nonimmigrant students who are Palestinians as the Secretary of Homeland Security determines to be appropriate,” Biden boomed.

Given the DHS’s apparent dedication to allowing as many illegals into the nation as possible, Biden likely should have picked a different agency than the pro-illegal migration department.

Needless to say, Biden pays lip service, at best, to national security issues, claiming that supposedly ineligible Palestinians include those “whose presence in the United States the Secretary of Homeland Security has determined is not in the interest of the United States or presents a danger to public safety.”

Ah. Would that be the same “Secretary of Homeland Security” Alejandro Mayorkas, who has long left the border deliberately wide open to multipe millions of illegals for years?

Something suggests that the DHS will do exactly nothing with regards to those who “[present] a danger to public safety.” Frankly, they may well encourage it.

Author: Jane Jones


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