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The Women Over 50 Working To Reform Immigration Policy | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

Know Your Value and Forbes Magazine highlight the women over 50 pushing for immigration reform, including Rep. Vernonica Escobar and Cecilia Muñoz. Aired on 04/01/2021.
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The Women Over 50 Working To Reform Immigration Policy | Morning Joe | MSNBC

42 comments

    1. The U.S. is taking these children in for one reason: to exploit them. We have millions of children living in poverty in the U.S. and they are being ignored, so why spent money on poor children from another country that could be spent on kchildren in America who live in poverty? Only one reason: exploitation. These children are exploited south of the border by their own parents and governments and exploited north of the border by the U.S. government. If the Dems and Biden cared about children in poverty they would be taking care of their own poor children. So it’s not about “the children”. And there are over 250,000 homeless children in the U.S. but who cares, not Biden, Pelosi, the Dems or the Republicans. Since a minor can’t give legal consent for anything how is the U.S. government allowing them to give consent to be taken into the care and custody by a foreign government?

  1. All this fake concern over people from other countries, while they won’t even get $15 minimum wage for the millions of citizens who need it

    1. Yesss who cares need to think about the poverty in the U.S. an theses people’s that brings it here

  2. The crisis this administration created. Don’t forget that.
    The border wasn’t a issue. Tell Biden signed executive orders to reverse the remain in Mexico policy. And a order to stop border wall construction.

  3. open borders = overpopulation = fewer jobs = stagnant wages = greater social ills
    That’s a formula for disaster. Democrats don’t care as long as it gets them more votes.

  4. While this indeed may be a humanitarian disaster this country cannot afford these overwhelming numbers of illegal immigrants. Unless the ultra wealthy and corporations chose to finance these expenses. As it stands we cannot afford thousands and thousands of people being in hotels by our government or on programs that include child and adult protective services; programs addressing weather emergencies and homelessness; shelters, soup kitchens and meals delivered to individuals; medical, public health and mental health services; disability or substance abuse services necessary to protect life or safety; and programs to protect workers and other community members. We ARE NOT helping literally millions of US citizens that lost their jobs prior to and after Covid-19 as we DO NOT have enough homeless shelters, food banks or free kitchens, or other services to help OUR OWN CITIZENS. The RESPONSIBILITY to help the citizens of South and Central America BELONGS TO THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE COUNTRIES THEY CAME FROM NOT THE USA. SEND THEM BACK AND HELP US CITIZENS FIRST – THEN HELP OTHERS.

    1. @A. Barrera Wow, so having American values = zero concern or regard for American citizens that are poor. Thank you for YOUR definition of American values.

    2. A view from Canada. Perhaps the US should stop spending trillions of dollars on pointless wars. Reduce feeding the military/industrial complex and redirect some of the money to social programs. Think about it.

    3. @A. Barrera – I see. Your plan is to stick your grubby little fingers into someone else’s wallet to pay fid YOUR idea of charity. How about letting the wealthy pick their own charity and you can pick your own?
      Did you know by bringing poor from other nations here you guarantee more poor are harmed than helped? For what it costs to help one poor immigrant we can help 5-12x as many if they stay home. So a million poor kids here or 12 million poor kids someplace else. Which do you pick to help?

  5. why is msmbc still on you tube, 4 years of proven lies, they need to be banned, time to report them again,

    1. @James Smith Abusing 5000 children at the border and letting 150,000 ppl die of covid after promising to shut it down isn’t a very good start!! Is Creepy Joe still in hiding from Putin?

  6. Investing in crypto now should be in every wise individuals list, in some months time you’ll be ecstatic with the decision you made today.

  7. 42 States are passing laws on immigration reform. Illegal immigrants aren’t going to vote in our elections anymore.

    1. @mario Dias Isn’t that what they mean when people talk about immigration reform? Enforcing our laws, and making sure foreign nationals don’t vote in our elections?

  8. Veronica Escobar wants more covid positive illegal immigrants in the country. What a surprise.

  9. Biden spend War money on collaboration and cooperation between US, Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras.
    Biden and Deb Haaland set up trade and tourism routes. A hospital was built in 10 days so add more accommodation it’s not LA’s skid row.
    Follow China’s Poverty Alleviation 5 pronged strategy: develop local industry, relocate, ecological restoration, education and social security.

  10. CLOSE THE BORDER! There are many people in Canada and the US who need help, the homeless and poor. Sending all these children here is NOT acceptable, it puts a burden on our governments when we can’t take of our own. Mexico and Central America does not practice birth control, these places are severely over populated, shuffling the children across the border does not solve the problem.

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