A Federal Program created by the Biden Administration called the Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans (CHNV) Humanitarian Parole Program allows undocumented people who live outside the U.S. to legally enter the country by requesting temporary parole based on “urgent humanitarian or significant public benefits reasons.

To qualify applicants must have someone in the United States willing to offer sponsorship (in other words) financial support. This sponsorship can come from a friend, family member, or even a total stranger.

The program is one of the reasons there’s such an influx of migrants entering the country. The Biden Administration has agreed to allow up to 30 thousand applicants to enter the country every month. These migrants are eligible for Medicaid, Food Stamps, and TANF, benefits.

Meanwhile, according to the Census Bureau, 14.9 percent of blacks live below the poverty line. 37 percent of the prison population are people of color. Our school system is insufficient, and Racial Discrimination is still prevalent in the black community. The black agenda is never addressed but we are expected to be immune to our atrocities and be sympathetic to everyone else’s. It’s a slap in the face to see how America can house, feed, and educate immigrants, while, offering lower wages and inadequate housing to black people.

The State of Texas is currently suing the Biden administration over the CHNV Humanitarian Parole Program. Texas argues that the Biden administration is abusing its authority to parole noncitizens. Other states confirm that migrants are placing a financial burden on their cities. The Federal Government has created a problem that the States have to deal with. In return, that bill is going to trickle down to people like me and you.

So even though we didn’t invite the migrants into the country, don’t be surprised when you’re paying for them to stay.


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