Lindsey Graham Wants to Open Up the Immigration Floodgates to Chinese Oligarchs
Is Lindsey Graham trying to pass amnesty as the Wuhan virus crisis rages on?
Mark Krikorian, the Executive Director of Center of Immigration Studies, tweeted on March 18, 2020, about a potential backdoor legal immigration expansion scheme that Graham is pushing in a Wuhan virus bill.
Krikorian commented “I’m told by a Hill source that @LindseyGrahamSC is trying to slip into the coronavirus bill a massive increase in the #EB5 green-card-selling program, which is mainly used by wealthy Chinese. My source’s list of specifics seems too detailed to just be a rumor.”
I'm told by a Hill source that @LindseyGrahamSC is trying to slip into the coronavirus bill a massive increase in the #EB5 green-card-selling program, which is mainly used by wealthy Chinese. My source's list of specifics seems too detailed to just be a rumor.
— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) March 18, 2020
Graham has built a track record as a mass migration booster.
Back in 2006 and 2007, Graham was supporting “comprehensive reform bills” aka amnesty bills.
Fast forward to 2020, BLP reported on Graham pushing a Big Ag amnesty bill last month.
It’s no surprise why Lindsey Graham has earned the nickname of “Grahamnesty.”
EB5 visas are a peculiar animal.
According to a Politico report, “The Trump administration is considering a controversial proposal to boost the number of visas offered to wealthy immigrants who invest money in the United States as it tries to boost a faltering economy amid the escalating coronavirus outbreak, according to four people familiar with the situation.” EB5s are essentially a pay-to-play visa.
And given the nature of the Chinese state and how it uses its citizens as potential Fifth Column operatives in other countries such as the Philippines, such visas would subject America to even stronger Chinese influence.
Anyone who believes in American sovereignty and wants to keep China at bay should firmly oppose EB 5 visas.