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Video by US Tech Workers explaining, in detail, the parts of the bill dealing with immigration. Probably the first 8 or 9 minutes are the most important:

Link: https://youtu.be/i_c0xb2KW20

Our comment:
There is an entire section on helping foreigners to stay in the USA, and to roll over unused immigration slots so that there will be a surge of immigrants later (See p. 1729 (Title XII): https://docs.house.gov/billsthisweek/20200511/BILLS-116hr6800ih.pdf )

If Americans don’t stand up and take action they will be a minority in their own country soon, and it will be too late. The truth should be clear to all by now that the government of the United States hates its own people. Things have gotten worse and worse in the United States for almost 40 years. Not only have they exported our jobs but they have been importing workers in increasingly large numbers to take our jobs. If you continue to be cowed into accepting this, things will only continue to get worse.

Americans can’t work together as a people for the pandemic or anything else, if we aren’t a people anymore. We can’t be a people with social cohesion if workers keep being imported to undermine American livelihoods, and who have neither the time nor interest in becoming Americans. It undermines social distancing, too, through overcrowding. Employees cannot even legally hire Americans first anymore.

As discussed in the video, there are large numbers of American doctors who can’t get residencies and thus can’t practice medicine, because the residencies are being given away to foreign doctors. Going to Med School is very, very expensive in the United States. Getting good grades in pre-med and accepted to Med School is tough. Imagine not being able to practice in your own country, while saddled with debt. Meanwhile, foreign doctors, who often went to cheap foreign Med Schools, are able to work. The immigration components of this bill aren’t only about immigrant doctors, however.

Dr. Bright says in his statement that Americans have a record of working together, but that was when citizens had been mostly melted into Americans. Now the United States is a chaotic mosaic of peoples, and increasingly no country at all. India is a country, so unless Americans have roots there, they can’t move to India, but people in India can come take American jobs, be elected to US Congress, etc. The same is true of most other countries. They can come here, work, and become politicians, but we can’t go there. Additionally, the US population has doubled – since the mid 1950s or so – mostly through out-of-control immigration: https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6889630/Testimony-Bright-Protecting-Scientific-Integrity.pdf

Bernie Sanders asked recently in a tweet why we can’t be like Denmark. It’s because Denmark is a country, which is inhabited by Danes. Their immigrants become Danes, too. Danes have a high level of discipline, social cohesion, and team spirit, which are virtually non-existent in the United States today – largely because of the sheer numbers of immigrants that the US has imported for decades, which undermines social cohesion. Meanwhile, Denmark is working to restrict immigration, to the extent possible within the context of EU rules. Danes are proud of their viking heritage, which gives them resilience. Bernie used to want to be Sweden, but Sweden’s not looking so good these days.