The role of health care
Specialists in the United States during the COVID-19 outbreak cannot be
understated. Your front-line work has saved and treated hundreds of thousands
it remains the American as the country epicenter for the
Illness. Without the help and commitment of these workers, our nation
would be in much worse shape today.
Among these are healthcare workers
approximately 29,000 Deferred action for
DACA recipients (Childhood Arrivals). In the past few months, the Corporate media and have open lobby boundaries
represented these people as crucial figures in the fight against the corona virus.
And with the ruling by the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on legality
the Trump administration’s plan to end DACA in the EU coming weeks, these
Groups have indicated that it would be unfair to deport this group.
But should SCOTUS rule against it?
Program, the United States would lose its ability to fight effectively
the disease and should the DACA population fear immediate deportation? Or
Should this population be rewarded with amnesty for their service? Let’s break
At first glance, 29,000 DACA
Doctors seem to be an important figure, they remain tiny
compared to 14.8 million Healthcare professionals in
the country. In fact, DACA doctors make up only 0.2 percent
of the country’s medical professionals. So it is extremely misleading
for the corporate media and the lobby for open borders to present DACA employees as
crucial in the fight against coronavirus.
In addition, there is a lack of
Healthcare workers could benefit from the 33 million Americans who
have registered unemployment in the past few weeks. Granted, not everyone
Person in this population is a trained healthcare worker, but in April
Employment in the healthcare sector alone declined
by 1.4 Million Jobs with
Medical practices and naturopaths are among the most highly rated
Hit areas. It is more than reasonable to assume that some of these unemployed
Individuals would be qualified to work in these potentially open positions.
The Lobby with open borders also painted the picture
SCOTUS should rule that DACA receivers are set so that they can be immediately removed
against the DACA program. This fear is unfounded.
First, nobody really knows what they are
The logistics would look like after the program ended. Dimensions
Deportations are unlikely to occur even if DACA ends. Become a recipient
Be subject to deportation, but that does not necessarily mean that it will
deported. In fact, immigration and customs officials have only been deported 95,000 illegal aliens in
2018 by some 14 million illegal aliens in the country
(less than one percent). The most immediate result would be a gradual loss of
Work entitlements as DACA status are not renewed.
The bigger point that is often
Misunderstood by SCOTUS ‘upcoming decision on DACA is that decision
I won’t even go into whether the program was constitutional at all.
First, it is addressed whether the Trump administration is authorized to do so
end an administration program implemented by the Obama administration.
Simply put, the corporate media and
The lobby for open borders only uses this crisis as an opportunity to promote it
her long-term goal of obtaining and presenting amnesty for DACA recipients
the Trump government as an anti-immigrant.
It must be repeated that DACA
Recipients are here illegal. DACA never
promised them more than postponing relocation and temporary agency work
Approval in two-year steps. DACA never guarantees
a permanent legal status in the country that many of them have understood
Time of application.
DACA receivers already have
benefited from eight years of postponing relocation and temporary agency work
Approval. The 29,000 DACA healthcare recipients, like everyone else
Workers were “rewarded” for their work in the form of paychecks. Just
do the jobs they signed up for while using the DACA program,
should not include an amnesty expectation for immigration violations.
If the United States would grant
Amnesty or forgiveness of illegal entry into the country, simply for service in
In the healthcare industry, this would lead to more illegal immigration. There
would also be those who would advocate amnesty for DACA professions in others
Industries, since they would classify their work as “essential” or “decisive”. The
Amnesty opportunity would undoubtedly bring migration spurts to the south
Border that creates a potential border crisis, similar to what we saw last spring.
The corporate media and lobby for open borders continue to insist that DACA
Beneficiaries should be entitled to special benefits if they simply do so
work like everyone else in the areas they choose.
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