Amnesty Polls Show Americans Want Jobs for Americans
Jan 23, 2021 2 mins, 18 secs
Biden make a pathway to citizenship a “clear priority on Day 1.” Polls, he said, show that 75 percent of Americans support that goal.

“Polling consistently shows broad, bipartisan support for immigrants and immigration reform,” a pro-amnesty statement posted January 19 by a huge coalition of business, political, and investor groups said.

Titled “We Support Bipartisan Immigration Reform in 2012,” the statement continued:.

Recent polls have found that over 77% of Americans believe that immigration is good for the country and 78% believe DACA recipients should be able to remain in America, and a Fox News poll on Election Day that found 71% of Americans support legal status for undocumented immigrants.

Historically, strong support has existed for immigration reform that addresses border security, expanded visa programs for high-skilled and agricultural workers, and regularizing the status of undocumented immigrants.

But those polls are the swimming pool floats of amnesty politics.

Three of the four cited polls merely asked respondents about their overall mood toward migrants or immigration without being asked to comment on numbers or civic consequences?

In one poll, the illegal migrants were described a “Dreamers.” Another poll asked if illegals should merely be “offered a chance to apply for legal status“:?

Immigration reform is possible.

The answer showed that 66 percent of Americans prefer more pay and recruitment for Americans, while only 19 percent favored additional foreign workers.

The Rasmussen poll showed Democrats also strongly backed Americans over corporate migrants, 64 percent to 23 percent.

The morning after his defeat, announced a survey by ten establishment pollsters that almost 80 percent of Republicans would support an amnesty and that perhaps 25 percent of Latino voters would be open to supporting a pro-amnesty GOP.

“The entire political class [in DC] has been revealed to be fools” for trusting corporate polls that claim there’s broad public support for amnesty, he said.

In contrast to his central role in the disastrous Gang of Eight amnesty, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is leaving the immigration battle to his allies.

“We need to make the case to the American people, although in poll after poll, we see when the question is raised, we see a majority of Americans in support of reform,” said the bill’s cheerleader in the Senate, Sen.

Representative Lou Correa, a [Democratic] moderate from California, said he worries immigration reform may not be prioritized due to the pandemic and other issues.

“Some of the politicians that we had helped get elected, I would see them on TV, and they would be talking about policies that were antithetical [to our goals] — against immigration, against criminal justice reform, against a more peaceful foreign policy.

The public skepticism toward migration is understandable because migrants help transfer massive wealth from American wage earners to stockholders

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