‘$3.5 Billion to Supercharge Mass Migration from the Middle East’ in Ukraine-Israel Aid Bill

 April 26, 2024

In the midst of pro-HAMAS protests in U.S. cities and just after Congress provided $3.5 billion extra for migration as part of the $95 billion aid package.

This package is for Ukraine and Israel, the pro-migration border director assigned to President Joe Biden is building new processing centers for Muslim migrants, as Breitbart News reported.

“Not only did the ‘Foreign Aid’ package do nothing to secure our own border, it included $3.5 Billion to supercharge mass migration from the Middle East,” said a tweet from Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-MO).

“The Biden-Harris administration set the refugee admissions ceiling for fiscal year 2024 at 125,000 refugees,” said an April 23 release from the Department of Homeland Security’s visa-granting agency, adding:

With the opening of the Doha Field Office on May 7, 2024, and the Ankara Field Office on May 9, 2024, USCIS will have 11 international field offices. Other international field offices include Beijing; Guangzhou, China; Guatemala City; Havana; Mexico City; Nairobi, Kenya; New Delhi; San Salvador, El Salvador; and Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
As Biden signed the $95 billion military aid package for Taiwan, Israel, and Ukraine, the announcement was published.

There are no provisions in the package to assist in the reconstruction of U.S. border defenses against migration. However, it does allocate $3.5 billion to expand migration programs worldwide and $481 million to resettle migrants in U.S. cities.

The Department of State, in collaboration with numerous international organizations that provide sustenance and transportation for migrants en route to the United States, was allocated $3.5 billion.

Biden's deputies are currently supplementing their "equity" migration policy, which seeks to increase diversity, with refugee programs.

A New Program

In March, Biden's deputies utilized the program to import 3,009 migrants from Guatemala and El Salvador, both of which are democratic and secure nations.

Additionally, the refugee funds are being utilized to broaden migration routes from numerous African and Muslim nations. Stacker.com reports that in March, they received 12,018 individuals from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and 16,732 migrants from the Muslim-majority nations of Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Iraq, and Eritrea.

Muslim emigration increased substantially during the former Obama administration. This influx has contributed to the Democratic Party's radicalization and imposed disorderly diversity on numerous communities, including Michigan and prominent universities.

It appears that President Joe Biden is currently preoccupied with the diversity issue that Obama has created.

Increasing Attention

Amid television coverage of campus disorder caused by resentful Muslim supporters of the Arabic HAMAS terrorist organization, he is currently campaigning for re-election. As immigrant Muslims demand that Biden exert pressure on Israel to cease its counter-offensive against HAMAS, which killed over 1,200 Israeli civilians on October 7, the pace of the demonstrations is increasing.

A significant number of Muslim voters in the pivotal state of Michigan, which Biden must win in November, also support the campus disorder.

Additionally, the presence of Muslim diversity is creating a rift between Democratic leaders and their Jewish community constituents, who are becoming more persecuted due to the echo of anti-Semitic chants by radical youths, street criminals, and immigrant organizations.

An April survey conducted by Siena College in New York State reveals, for instance, that majorities of adherents of the state's three principal religions oppose Biden's migration. The percentages of those who approve and disapprove are as follows: 26% to 71% for Catholics, 40% to 57% for Protestants, and 30% to 61% for Jews.

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