Joe Biden is the most radical president in American history, and he appears to relish that moniker. His government has opened up the borders precipitously and intentionally, including legal immigration & refugee resettlement, virtually allowing anybody in the world to settle in the United States without papers, documents, or any inkling of legality. This will likely mean millions of additional foreigners within our borders within 4 years, and as much as tens of millions if Biden & Harris get two terms. Congressional Independents, Republicans and Democrats of good will need to put a stop to the Biden-Harris Open Borders agenda. Open Borders mocks the concept of even having a country, and not only makes jobs harder to find and housing harder to get and less affordable for our own citizens, but gradually relegates United States citizenry to the same status as non-citizenry in our own country, if not less so in many aspects, and denigrates our traditional culture. [More on U.S. House candidate Mark Greene's views, later.]
The last moratorium on immigration was during the Calvin Coolidge administration in 1927, as President Coolidge (photo to the right) and his predecessor, President Warren Harding (on the left), understood the limitations of legalized open borders and the need for a cooling off period after long and sustained immigration since the Ellis Island era. Harding slowed it down, and Coolidge put the brakes on it, more or less, with a cap on total immigration of 150,000 people, annually.
It's long past time for a moratorium on immigration, with exceptions for some family and spouses of American citizens. This includes the Trojan Horse H1-B style visas as well. This idea that America should be some collection of the rest of the world is not an idea that most Americans agree with, and especially not one that Native Americans agree with. The "idea" idea is an invention of elites that want foreign workers and laborers to enrich themselves, or they and others have some pious belief of their own that they want to impose on the rest of us. We need to outvote them in the next election.
The exploratory congressional campaign of Mark Greene is reminding voters of the importance of civics & history, Old America, and our choices of government officials. We don't believe in nor practice identity politics, and we're R.E.A.L.L. -- Renewing English/American Language & Liberty
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