Joe Biden has not even been certified as President-elect of the United States but Univision is already demanding a mass amnesty via executive order.
Watch as anchor Aranxta Loizaga feeds her late-night audience with what she states is "what the Democrat promised throughout his campaign. And as Galo Arellano reports, an emergency declaration issued by Trump could help Biden make good on his promise.”
ARANTXA LOIZAGA: Joe Biden’s arrival to the White House sparks hope for millions of undocumented who hope for passage, within the first 100 days of his administration, of a comprehensive immigration reform which would normalize their immigration status. This is what the Democrat promised throughout his campaign. And as Galo Arellano reports, an emergency declaration issued by Trump could help Biden make good on his promise.
GALO ARELLANO: Ironically, the Trump Administration seeded the ground so that the Biden Administration not only reestablish the DACA deferred action program, but also legalize 12 million undocumented via a new TPS.
Trump's emergency declaration – known as the Suspension of Entry as Immigrants and Nonimmigrants of Certain Additional Persons Who Pose a Risk of Transmitting 2019 Novel Coronavirus -- was dispensed on March 13, 2020. It called for the CDC to issue a memorandum banning foreigners from entering, identifying the existence of a globally communicable disease.
For Univision, a pro-illegal immigration PAC with a broadcast license, this is the chance they´ve been waiting for to warrant a steady flow of Spanish-speaking new arrivals at the border to cater to. For sure, we will see more of this on the airwaves- as they state at Univision.com, it “would be the easiest option to protect the undocumented for Biden, who promised that in his first 100 days of government he would send a proposal to Congress for immigration reform”.
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