If you think the Biden Administration can’t possibly do more harm than they already have to the United States, here’s proof that they can and will.
Joe Biden is now considering paying a huge sum of money to immigrants who were separated from their families after ILLEGALLY crossing the border.
Several illegal immigrants have filed lawsuits against the United States claiming that their detention by the federal government has resulted in “major psychological trauma.”
Now, the Biden Administration is considering payouts as high as 450,000 each for family members who were separated after crossing the border illegally.
This means illegal immigrant families could end up being paid MILLIONS of dollars just for breaking the law.
American citizens, who have struggled to make ends meet as Biden destroys the economy, are furious with this news.
Republicans are now demanding answers.
Here are more details on this disturbing idea by the Biden Administration from the Daily Caller:
“President Biden has agreed that the family separation policy is a historic moral stain on our nation that must be fully remedied,” ACLU lead negotiator Lee Gelernt said, according to the WSJ. “That remedy must include not only meaningful monetary compensation, but a pathway to remain in the country.” (RELATED: Democrats’ Stalled Budget Bill Includes $8 Billion A Year For Illegal Immigrant Parents: REPORT)
The Biden administration could end up paying illegal immigrant families over $1 billion in settlements, according to the WSJ. Trump’s immigration policies included separating migrant minors from adults after they illegally crossed into the U.S. regardless of relation.
Republicans Demand Answers
Republicans are demanding answers from the Biden Administration.
Here's more on that from Fox News:
Dozens of House Republicans are sending a letter to three of President Biden’s Cabinet secretaries regarding reports that their agencies are in talks to give illegal immigrants separated at the border under the previous administration $450,000 each.
The Republicans are demanding answers from Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Attorney General Merrick Garland.
Forty-five House Republicans, including House Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, GOP Caucus Chair Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York and Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw, have signed onto the letter, which is led by North Carolina Rep. Greg Murphy.
In the letter, the Republicans outline their "severe concerns" over reports that the agencies are considering paying $450,000 to illegal immigrants separated at the border under the Trump administration.