Biden Promises Amnesty For ALL Illegal Aliens In 100 Days, Claims “We Owe Them”

( Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made the shocking promise during the second and final presidential debate on Thursday to offer amnesty to every single illegal alien in the United States in the first 100 days.

The move would give the Democrats access to tens of millions more votes in future elections and potentially cement Democrat wins in every election for generations.

During the debate, Biden promised to take the extremist move in the very early days of his administration.

“Within 100 days, I’m going to send to the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people,” he said, referring illegal aliens who entered the country illegally or overstayed their visas.

“And all of those so-called DREAMers, those DACA kids, they’re going to be immediately certified to be able to stay in this country and put on a path to citizenship,” he continued. “We owe them, we owe them.”

Biden’s argument that many of the kids who were brought into the United States by their parents illegally are working legally in the United States, suggesting that legal American citizens somehow “owe” them for it.

His plan, should it be passed, could see as many as 22 million illegals in the United States a pathway to citizenship in America. It would reward not just innocent children who were brought over the border illegally by their parents, but people who overstayed their visas and made the decision to illegally enter the country themselves. It would also provide an incentive for people to cross the border now, while they can, in anticipation of an amnesty under a possible Joe Biden presidency.

What’s more, Joe Biden has already promised to give free healthcare to all illegal aliens. During the primary debates, Joe Biden and every other Democratic candidate raised their hands when asked if they would support giving free healthcare to people living illegally in the United States. Such a plan would cost up to $66 billion every year and put a huge financial burden on taxpaying Americans.