The New Immigration Bill Is a Trojan Horse for E-Verify and Is a Threat to All Americans | Ryan McMaken (

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives are set to vote this week on new legislation that would greatly increase the federal government’s power over private businesses, workers, and US citizens.

This is how both sides use the problems they’ve created to gain our consent without all the information.

“…the “Border Security and Enforcement Act of 2023” (HR 2640)—because it is being marketed as a bill “to secure the border.” 

Much of the bill contains reasonable provisions such allowing state attorneys general the authority to sue the federal government for refusing to detain illegal aliens. Other provisions include denying asylum and residency to known criminals. In many ways, the bill is an effort to rein in the executive branch’s control over immigration policy. 

Alarmingly, however, the legislation also contains a provision mandating nationwide use of “E-Verify” which is essentially a federal surveillance program that determines whether or not a person can be legally employed in the United States. Every American would require the federal government’s permission to work.  So long as the Border Security and Enforcement Act contains these E-Verify provisions, the bill presents a clear and present danger to basic American freedoms and property rights. The expansion of E-Verify would also go a long way in helping the federal government build essential infrastructure that in the future could be used to implement “social credit scores” or restrictions on employment for those who refuse federally mandated vaccines or other mandates. “

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1 year ago

Great find. Those dirty bstrds.

1 year ago

This is alarming but big gov has been warming people up already and encouring themselves to apply for real id. They want to know who you really are and that requires you to give up your privacy.

It seems we are too suspicious and big gov doesnt trust us.