Immigration

Immigration.

Immigration is a scare tactic used by the bribers. The more the Bribers can keep the public focused on the murders and rapists supposedly coming across the borders, the less the misinformed will not pay attention to how the wealthy are using the topic to their advantage. To make people afraid that foreigners are going to take away their jobs rights and civil liberties. Fearful that a bunch of freeloader immigrants is going to take advantage of everyone. Meanwhile, the bribers want those same low-income wage immigrants to work for them.

Building a wall was a ruse to exploit. Billions of U.S. Treasury money were diverted to building a wall that was never built, but the money is gone. Trump's good friends like Steve Bannon scammed Trump supporters out of millions with a phony effort to build a wall. When Bannon got busted, Trump pardoned him (like he did so many of his other associates accused or convicted of crimes). We see the impact of immigration surges, even tiny ones, can cause on society and politics and how they can be exploited by cynical, power-hungry Republican politicians.

Trump's good friends like Steve Bannon scammed Trump supporters out of millions with a phony effort to build a wall. When Bannon got busted, Trump pardoned him (like he did so many of his other associates accused or convicted of crimes). We see the impact of immigration surges, even tiny ones, can cause on society and politics and how they can be exploited by cynical, power-hungry Republican politicians.

Immigrants do not take American jobs, lower our wages, and especially hurt the poor. The wages of lower‐skilled Americans actually increase because of immigration. Immigrants are less likely to use means‐tested welfare benefits than similar native-born Americans. When they do use welfare, the dollar value of benefits consumed is smaller. Immigrants grow the economy considerably and increase tax revenue. They work and pay taxes before consuming any welfare benefits—meaning they give an immediate fiscal boost. The most contentious debate concerns whether illegal immigrants are more likely to be criminals than natives or legal immigrants. Study shows that illegal immigration is not correlated with violent crime rates nor is it causal. It is very difficult to immigrate to the United States. America allows greater numbers of immigrants than any other country. However, the annual flow of immigrants as a percent of our population is below most other OECD countries because the United States has such a large population.

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The GOP and right-wing radio and TV have been preparing this ground for the better part of two decades, constantly harping on non-existent voter fraud by undocumented Hispanics and African Americans who, as Trump alleged, go from polling place to polling place by bus to double, or even triple-vote.