How H.R. 2 Trumps the Weak Senate Proposal in Protecting America’s Sovereignty

The Senate’s consistent failure in delivering border security measures only amplifies the significance of H.R. 2, a bill that champions the core values of our nation and ensures the safety of its citizens.

At the forefront of H.R. 2’s strength is its commitment to fortify the criteria for asylum qualification. Unlike the tepid language employed by the Senate proposal, H.R. 2 takes a bold step in cracking down on frivolous claims, setting a standard that truly safeguards the integrity of our immigration system. By rendering illegal aliens ineligible for asylum when a safe third country is available, while the Senate proposal would require a bilateral agreement with the third safe country.

Addressing the loopholes that allow unaccompanied alien children to avoid being returned home, H.R. 2 presents a solution that is sorely lacking in the Senate proposal.

H.R. 2 makes a move to cut off funding for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that facilitate illegal crossings. These organizations, currently aiding and abetting the Biden administration, are rightfully denied support under H.R. 2. In contrast, the Senate proposal fails to take a stand against these enablers, displaying a disturbing lack of resolve in the face of the crisis at the border.

Recognizing the need for a functioning Border Patrol, H.R. 2 mandates a force of 22,000 agents committed solely to enforcing the law, not burdened with the duties of processing coordinators. The Senate proposal doesn’t address this issue at all. 

H.R. 2 further distinguishes itself by stripping funding from corrupted programs, such as the Case Management Pilot Program, the Office of Immigration Detention Ombudsman, and the Shelter and Services Program. Unfortunately, the Senate proposal fails to grasp the necessity of eliminating these programs.

H.R. 2 would be a great step in securing the southern border, and hammering down better immigration policies everywhere. The Senate proposal is a disgraceful attempt to continue to allow illegal aliens flood into our southern border. The safety of Americans is at stake, and the Senate proposal doesn’t get the job done.

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