Donald Trump: While Biden Keeps Americans in Lockdown, He’s Opening America to Refugees


In a recent appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said it will take until the “end of 2021” before we “will be approaching a degree of normality.” Another of Biden’s top health advisers warnedthat new variants of the coronavirus might lead to further lockdowns in months ahead.

It’s one year into the pandemic, and indoor restaurant dining in many states is still limited at best, houses of worship are operating at a fractional capacity, entertainment and fitness venues are substantially restricted and many citizens continue to shelter in place at home. Throughout the country, school is a purely online experience.

But while Biden and the Democrats have clenched our economy, they have relaxed our borders.

Last month, the president signed an executive order aimed at revamping the U.S. refugee resettlement program and vastly expanding refugee admissions. Although his predecessor in the White House, Donald Trump, set the refugee admissions cap at 15,000, Biden aims to quadruple that number to 62,500 for the current budget year and raise it to 125,000 starting in October, when the 2022 fiscal year begins.

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