As illegal aliens storm the United States’ southern borders, the Biden Administration has been relocating them to small communities across the country.
It’s an effort to enact culture change in “fly over country” and influence election results.
But one representative is committed to putting an end to the Democrats 4D Chess attempt to secure elections long into the future.
Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama has introduced legislation that would give states and local municipalities the right to decline illegal immigration resettlements from the Federal Government and groups like Catholic Charities.
The Huntsville Representative has been leading the charge in the People’s Chamber against President Joe Biden’s handling of the crisis on our southern border.
“The first duty of any government is to protect its citizens against invaders,” Rep. Brooks said. “I believe in empowering governors and local elected officials to defend their states and communities since Joe Biden has proven incapable or unwilling to do his duty. Reports indicate that illegal aliens are being driven in unmarked white vans and being flown into communities in the dark of night by the Biden Administration.”
Catholic Charities also has a long history of relocating refugees into small communities, where they can change the culture of the municipality.
Combined with the Democrat’s so-called, “Voting Rights Bill” these illegals would have carte blanche to impact local, state and federal elections.
Border security advocacy group, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), are endorsing Brooks’ Local Control Act, citing that the bill returns power to the people.
“As the historic crisis on the border continues to worsen, FAIR applauds Representative Mo Brooks’ leadership in assuring that the wishes of the American people are respected by the federal government,” said FAIR President Dan Stein.
Southern border states have been irreparably harmed by Biden’s disastrous open borders policies.
“The Local Control Act returns power to the American people by requiring state governors to approve any federal plans to house or resettle illegal aliens in their state. It also gives localities the ability to opt-out of illegal alien resettlement,” Stein said.
Stein went on to say federal funds should only go toward immigration policies that in the best interest of existing and legal U.S. citizens.
Unfortunately, this bill will never see the light of day with Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.
For any chance of this legislation passing, Republicans would need to win both the House and Senate in the 2022 Midterms.