Chuck Schumer Admits Democrats’ ‘Ultimate Goal,’ And It’s Not Good

Senator Chuck Schumer, D-NY, revealed that the Democrat Party plans to give citizenship to every illegal immigrant who enters the United States.

Schumer told reporters on Friday that his “ultimate goal” was to give citizenship to all illegal immigrants in the United States.

Some speculate that the Democrats do not want President Joe Biden securing the border because they need to vote for him to get another four years as president.

Secretary of State Michael Watson, a Republican from Mississippi, said that leaving the border wide open is all about “control” and “power”, which are used to get illegal immigrants registered to vote and cast their ballot for Biden. Watson (R-Miss.) insists that the “control” and “power”, which are used to register illegal immigrants to vote and to cast their ballots for Biden, is what is driving this policy of leaving the border open.

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The New York Post also reported that illegal immigrants are flooding the southern border before the November elections, anticipating a Trump victory.

If Trump wins, it does not matter how hard I work or desire to work. One illegal immigrant said to The Free Press that they wouldn’t let him in.

If he wins the election, Donald Trump, former president, has said that his administration will deport 20 million illegal aliens living in the U.S. by using the National Guard and local law enforcement.

Schumer’s remarks come after Schumer’s border bill failed for a second time this week in the Senate.

The “immigration bill” (as Johnson called it) was defeated by 43-50 votes by senators, who argued that the legislation would be “worse then doing nothing.”

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., called the Schumer-backed Bill an “election-year political stunt.” Sen. Kyrsten S. Sinema, I-AZ claimed that the senators are playing “political game” instead of focusing on results.

Biden entered office in January of this year, and since then, almost 17 million illegal immigrants entered the U.S. The president stopped deportations on the first day, halted border wall construction and ended the Trump-era policy to Remain in Mexico and Title 42. He also reinstated the catch-and release program.