January Jobs—Immigrant Workforce Surging, Worker Displacement Inching Up, Border Crossings Increasing.

Article subtitle: 
The Biden Rush Gains Steam
Article author: 
Edwin S. Rubenstein
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Article date: 
16 February 2021
Article category: 
National News
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Joe Biden has been in the White House for a few weeks, but his impact on immigration has already been dramatic. The Immigrant Workforce Population (legal and illegal, federal data doesn’t distinguish) surged for the second straight month after 15 months of decline, immigrant displacement of American workers continued, and illegal border crossings increased—even before his dismantling various Trump protections has really had time to take effect. Biden may not know what to do about Covid or the economy, but he does know how to Elect A New American People.
The most troubling news for immigration patriots: the abrupt post-election end to the 15-month net exodus of working-age immigrants seen in December has been confirmed in January. The Immigrant Workforce Population grew by 724,000 in January year over year....
The decline in immigrant workers during the 15 month-long “Trump Triumph” (September 2019 through November 2020) was striking—much greater than we saw in the 2008 Great Recession. And of course, the Trump Triumph decline dwarfed the brief “Trump Effect” decline seen earlier in the Trump Administration.
It was remarkable achievement—but, alas, not institutionalized by statute and thus easily reversed.
Remember, immigration is the ultimate form of voter fraud.
Also troubling, illegal immigration across the southern border seems to be surging again....