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Minnesota Democrats Shifting Taxpayer Money To Provide Free College And Healthcare To ILLEGAL Immigrants

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Make no doubt about it, Democrats will at some point attempt to give all illegal immigrants in the US the right to vote in order to cement a permanent one-party, socialist ruled nation.

According to official sources quoted by Axios, illegal immigrant students staying in Minnesota are now qualified for the recently announced tuition-free college program.

The “North Star Promise,” which covers tuition at two- or four-year universities inside the University of Minnesota or the Minnesota State system, is available to students with families that make $80,000 or less annually.

For example, candidates must have graduated from a Minnesota high school and have lived in the state for at least a year without enrolling in college for more than half of that time in order to be eligible. To continue to be eligible for the program, students must also file an FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form and keep up good academic progress.

The action is an element of the Democrats’ campaign to provide Minnesotan noncitizens access to state benefits funded by US taxpayers. Democrats have passed a number of new laws that give illegal immigrants a variety of perks thanks to their dominance in the legislature.

The provision permitting undocumented people to obtain driver’s licenses, enabling them to travel and drive legally throughout the state, is one of the newly passed legislation. Additionally, MinnesotaCare, the government-run insurance program created to aid low-income citizens, is now available to these people.

If the projected bill becomes law, more than 40,000 alleged illegal immigrants who reside in Minnesota and satisfy the program’s economic requirements will have access to public health care.

“We want to make sure that when we’re expanding opportunities for everybody, we’re doing it for all Minnesotans, regardless of background, regardless of their documentation status,” Senator Omar Fateh (DFL-Minneapolis) declared in a statement provided to Axios.

The lone Republican on the conference committee that drafted the accord, Rep. Marion O’Neill of Maple Lake, however, said that she was “completely frozen out of all discussions.”

“Everything was done in secret and between the two chairs,” said O’Neill, R-Maple Lake. “I haven’t even reviewed it yet. It was a shame,” the Star Tribune reported.

“Remember, it’s a “conspiracy theory” that America’s govt is replacing the current population. Of course not! Illegals are just getting free housing, free food & free college. The only thing they don’t get: the VAX.”

According to Axios:

Between the lines: Getting a degree can be especially challenging for people without legal status, advocates say. Just 5 to 10% of students without legal status who graduate from high school in the U.S. continue to higher education, per the Hechinger Report.

Cost is seen as a major barrier, as undocumented immigrants, including DACA recipients who were brought to the country as minors, are not eligible for federal financial aid.

The other side: Republicans have previously raised concerns about the free college program, which passed as part of a broader higher education spending bill.

Some argued that the $80,000 threshold would shut out students whose parents already work multiple jobs to support their families.

Others complained about being left out of the legislation process.

Zoom out: Minnesota was already among a small number of states that provides access to in-state tuition, as well as scholarships and other state financial aid, to students regardless of their immigration status.

Early in May, internal documents obtained by CBS News revealed that the Biden administration established a broad restriction on asylum that it intended to use to boost the speedy deportation of immigrants who enter the country through Mexico after the deadline for the Title 42 pandemic-era emergency provision.

Less than 48 hours before the termination of Title 42, the regulation was published, and hundreds of American asylum officials received enforcement training.

The regulation’s finalization and the instructions sent to the asylum officers who will be putting it into effect were first covered by CBS News.

The rule represented the government going back to the border policy of the Trump administration and is likely to be challenged in federal court.

If migrants do not apply for refugee status in another nation, such as Mexico, while coming to the southern border, they are ineligible for U.S. protection.

Due to recent record-breaking migrant arrival rates, this trend has recently grown more pronounced. These arrivals have taxed the already overburdened asylum system, inundated border neighborhoods, and turned Biden into an electoral risk as he prepares for his 2024 candidacy.

In the early stages of the epidemic, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a public health order to stop the spread of Covid-19. Due to the related part in US law, this order is also known as Title 42 and gave officials the right to immediately deport immigrants at US land borders.

When people were found under Title 42, they were either deported back to Mexico or their native nations. Since the policy’s inception, almost 2.8 million migrants have been turned away at the US-Mexico border, based on figures from US Customs and Border Protection.

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