Warren Promises to Increase Refugees By 700%

Lizzie Warren is promising businesses that could donate large sums of money to her campaign that she is dedicated to bringing in tons of cheap labor for them while forsaking the American workers. Warren broke from her economic patriotism agenda, where she claims she would oppose their outsourcing of jobs overseas and replace it with importing overseas to the United States. Last year, President Trump allowed just 22,000 refugees into the country. Warren promises to increase that to 175,000 in her first term. Fortunately, she won’t get a first term. Americans don’t vote for radical leftists for president. Right, McGovern, Mondale, and Dukakis?

From Breitbart News

Democrat presidential primary candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is promising to import at least 700 percent more foreign refugees into the United States if she becomes president.

In her national immigration plan released this week, Warren broke from her economic patriotism agenda wherein she has committed to holding multinational corporations accountable for outsourcing American jobs overseas and shifting to a permanent nationalist trade policy that puts the needs of American workers first.

Warren’s immigration plan now includes drastically increasing legal immigration and refugee resettlement to provide businesses and corporations with a never-ending stream of cheaper foreign workers that America’s working and middle class will be forced to compete against.

Specifically, Warren wants to increase the number of foreign refugees currently arriving in the U.S. by 700 percent — eight times the rate of President Trump’s refugee total last year, in which about 22,000 were admitted.

The U.S., thanks exclusively to Trump’s reforms, helped lower the total number of foreign refugees to about 22,000 admissions last year. This is a 76 percent decrease in foreign refugee resettlement from President Obama’s 2016 totals that reached almost 100,000 admissions. Trump also cut Obama’s surge of Syrian refugees arriving in the U.S. by more than 60 percent.