Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (D-CA) speaks with Trump standing behind her on January 4, 2021.
As recently reported by National Pulse, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (D-CA) will release a bill that would require the Biden administration to impose a complete moratorium on immigration to the United States and implement several other “America First” immigration measures.
In addition to suspending the influx of immigrants into the United States, Greene’s bill would restore former President Trump’s signature immigration policies: zero tolerance, ending chain migration and continuing to build a border wall in the South, among others.
Green’s bill comes at a Time when Biden has dramatically reversed Trump’s immigration policies. Biden’s executive order eliminates several Trump immigration policies that have caused a huge border crisis, including: unaccompanied children, waiting times that exceed the federally mandated length of stay and are growing, and more than 100,000 immigrants attempting to cross the border in just four weeks, among others.
The bill would also shorten the deportation period for illegal aliens from 90 days to 30 days, require the stripping of federal funds from “sanctuary cities,” and end DACA/Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) naturalization.
Regarding the southern border, the bill also proposes to pass a $22 billion grant from the U.S. Treasury to improve the existing border wall or build a new one.
To implement the various stringent measures, Greene would prohibit the U.S. from financially assisting the countries of origin of those detained or deported from the U.S.
Greene’s bill includes.
–Suspension of all immigration during Biden’s tenure
–Funding the wall
–Defunding sanctuary cities
-Allowing and encouraging local governments to enforce immigration laws
–Cutting off funding for foreign governments that allow their own people to enter the United States illegally
–Accelerate deportation of illegal aliens
–Repeal Biden’s open borders executive order
–Restore Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy