President Biden’s White House has announced it might give citizenship to foreign “climate migrants” who claim they are displaced by climate change, the AP reported this week.
The executive order orders national security adviser Jake Sullivan to give a report on “Planning for the Affect of Climate On Migration., including possibilities for resettling climate-displaced people.
Also early this week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken pushed the idea that climate change is fueling the surge of migrants from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras that is overwhelming officials at America’s southern border.
And on Thursday, Democratic Senator Edward Markey (MA) and Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez (D-NY) pushed a measure to expand the definition of “refugees” under U.S. law.
Specifically, the new law would create a U.S. resettlement path for people claiming to be displaced by “climate change.”
“We now have a greater opportunity than ever before to pass this., Senator Markey said, citing President Biden’s climate change agenda.