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 in September 2019.
The bill was 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 supported 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 said he will try again to pass his S.386 bill in the future.
And he did.
In December 2020 after the 2020 election, Senator Mike Lee led the US Senate in a UNANIMOUS vote to give US tech jobs to foreign visa workers.
S.386/H.R.1044 “Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019” is a betrayal of American tech workers and represents a love note to Big Tech.
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) December 2, 2020
And now, three months later we find out that 2’3 of new tech jobs in the US are going to foreign visa workers.
Bloomberg: White-Collar Visa Workers Take 2/3 of New Tech Jobs Each Year https://t.co/wlHdmz9bny
— TEXAS RED PATRIOT (@scootdooby) March 13, 2021