Senator Mike Lee’s (R-UT) bill to lift per-country caps on permanent residency, long sought by Indian and Chinese immigrants, failed to bypass a roll-call vote on Thursday.
The bill is backed by the same Silicon Valley tech giants censoring American patriots online.
And, of course, the anti-American business groups, including the Chamber of Commerce, Amazon, Facebook, and FWD.us support the bill.
Senator Lee’s legislation would have given China and India nationals the ability to obtain green cards faster. Lee tried to push the bill up before the August recess but failed then too.
Lee has been a frequent critic of President Trump and his America First agenda.
The bill was blocked today in the US senate.
Via Lou Dobbs Tonight:
But Mike Lee is not done yet.
Lee will try again to pass his S.386 bill this week.
Mike Lee is a “foreign worker first” Republican.
It is ready to become law … I intend to be back next week making yet another attempt to pass this bill into law. And I hope and expect that we will be able to do so.
** Contact your US Senator this week to SAVE AMERICAN JOBS!
— William Gheen (@ALIPAC) September 20, 2019