New Illegal Immigration Bill is OUTRAGEOUS!

In a blatant slap in the face to every American, the House has brazenly adopted an 'Israel or Bust' stance, while the Senate has concocted a $118 billion bipartisan agreement. 

This deal shockingly permits 1.5 million illegals to enter the US annually, funnels $2.3 billion into NGOs and organizations complicit in their trafficking, allocates $14.1 billion for security assistance to Israel, and lavishes a staggering $60 billion on Ukraine. Moreover, this bill audaciously ensures green card giveaways until 2030.

Crafted by Senators James Lankford (R-OK), who was recently censured by his own state legislature for brokering this appalling border deal, along with Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Kyrsten Sinema (I-AZ), this agreement flies in the face of every American. 

Biden could close the border with a simple stroke of a pen, but stubbornly refuses to do so. 

The bill, in a detailed breakdown, earmarks $2.33 billion for "Refugee and Entrant Assistance," specifying that these funds may be used for grants or contracts with organizations to provide services that are culturally and linguistically tailored.

Further dissecting the $118.28 billion national security package reveals:

  • $60.06 billion to support Ukraine in its resistance against Putin's brutal invasion.
  • $14.1 billion for Israel's security assistance.
  • $2.44 billion for operations in the U.S. Central Command and related combat expenditures in the Red Sea.
  • $10 billion for humanitarian aid in conflict zones including Gaza, the West Bank, Ukraine, and others.
  • $4.83 billion to bolster partners in the Indo-Pacific against Chinese aggression.
  • $2.33 billion to aid Ukrainians and other refugees fleeing conflict.
  • Border policy changes negotiated by Senators Murphy, Sinema, and Lankford.
  • $20.23 billion for enhancing border operations and implementing new policies, including combating narcotics like fentanyl.
  • The Fentanyl Eradication and Narcotics Deterrence (FEND) Off Fentanyl Act.
  • $400 million for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program for security enhancements in nonprofits and places of worship.

Despite the controversy, Sen. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) praised the deal as a pivotal step in bolstering America's national and border security. 

Meanwhile, in the House, Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC) stands firmly against any legislation that legitimizes illegal immigration, representing a growing dissent among Americans who question the priorities and effectiveness of such expansive spending.

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