Some weasel raghead ass-sucking republican wants 40,000 goat fuckers brought to the US.

I say we put every one of them in his district.

Republican Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI) has drafted a bill to raise the huge inflow of migrants from Afghanistan into Americans’ communities, workplaces, and housing.

The expansion bill is titled the “Showing American Values by Evacuating (SAVE) Afghan Partners Act of 2021.”

The bill offers an additional 10,000 “Special Immigrant Visas” — enough for perhaps 40,000 family members — and widens the eligibility to people who merely “contributed” to U.S. government operations in the country.

Under current rules, the SIV family visas are only granted to Afghans who worked hand-in-glove with U.S. military forces, such as translators. But Meijer’s bill would grant the SIV visas — and also, quickly, citizenship — to Afghans who were paid by the U.S. taxpayers, for example, to build roads, hospitals, and schools for Afghans. The Meijer bill says:

Section 602(b)(2)(A)(ii)(I) of the Afghan Allies Protection Act of 2009 (8 U.S.C. 1101 note) is amended by inserting after “United States Government” the following “, including employment or other work in Afghanistan through a cooperative agreement or grant funded by the United States Government if the Secretary of State determines, based on a recommendation from the Federal agency or organization authorizing such funding, that such alien contributed to the United States mission in Afghanistan” [emphasis added].

Meijer justified the additional inflow as a moral duty to Afghans who worked alongside U.S. forces in Afghanistan, regardless of current moral obligations to fellow Americans. “America has a moral obligation to our citizens and loyal allies, and we must make sure that obligation is being kept,” Meijer and co-author Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) said in a statement.

A U.S. soldier holds a sign indicating a gate is closed as hundreds of people gather some holding documents, near an evacuation control checkpoint on the perimeter of the Hamid Karzai International Airport, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021. Western nations warned Thursday of a possible attack on Kabul’s airport, where thousands have flocked as they try to flee Taliban-controlled Afghanistan in the waning days of a massive airlift. Britain said an attack could come within hours. (AP Photo/Wali Sabawoon)
A U.S. soldier holds a sign indicating a gate is closed as hundreds of people gather some holding documents, near an evacuation control checkpoint on the perimeter of the Hamid Karzai International Airport, in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 26, 2021. (AP Photo/Wali Sabawoon)

Meijer’s office did not respond to emails from Breitbart News.

Opposition to the Afghan migration by “the GOP, at least members of Congress, has been rather muted,” said Robert Law, the director of regulatory affairs and policy at the Center for Immigration Studies:

From Republican leadership on down to run-of-the-mill cheap labor members of Congress like Meyer, their silence is compliance with an initiative to put many cheap foreign workers into this country … They don’t care about the impact on the constituents, on neighborhoods, on the schools, or the healthcare system. That’s all this boils down to — the unholy union of the open-borders left and cheap-labor corporate Republican right.

GOP legislators are choosing to accept the Democrats’ cover story for their wage-cutting, power-shifting migration, he said:

They say, “Oh my gosh, they were all of these Afghans were in the trenches with our soldiers, they risked their lives, they basically took bullets for our troops.” … That’s not true. A very, very, very small subset of the Afghans were actual interpreters or translators, which is a key and appreciable skill … The rest worked at the food court on the base, or at the embassy, or elsewhere, which is not exactly mission-critical work.

Only about 7,000 of the 100,000 U.S. airlift evacuees from Afghanistan have applied for SIV visas. In prior years, only about one-in-six applicants were given SIV visas.

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  1. RedneckGeezer says:

    I have reservations about allowing ANY Afghans to relocate in America. That said, at the VERY least, those that are given such permission should be VETTED to the nth degree. I’m sure there are many who would be loyal to America, but without vetting them, there are obviously going to be a LARGE number of “refugees” who have nothing but violent intent in their hearts to punish America and her citizens. This whole thing stinks from the get go.

  2. antzinpantz says:

    There are no lack of stories from operators about “loyal” ragheads that worked with them for years and then suddenly turned on them.

    All these fuckers (ALL OF THEM!) are nothing more than pedophile-prophet worshiping Manchurian candidates.

  3. bogsidebunny says:

    Funny I don’t hear the Uber-Liberal ex-NY, NJ, Mass & Conn. Martha’s Vineyard folks screaming: “Give us your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”

    we’re DOOMED!

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