Of course "Indian Colonization Bill" is not the official title of the Cheap Labor bill that just passed with Republican votes—it is HR 1044, the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019. Among other things,
“This bill increases the per-country cap on family-based immigrant visas from 7% of the total number of such visas available that year to 15%, and eliminates the 7% cap for employment-based immigrant visas. It also removes an offset that reduced the number of visas for individuals from China.”
Joe Guzzardi writes in the Colorado Post-Independent:
“According to a USCIS insider, if the per-country cap were lifted, then for the next 10 years, nearly all of the Green Cards in the ordinary professional worker category would go to Indian nationals.”[Bad immigration bills advance, June 2, 2019]
Neil Munro at Breitbart writes that the bill would:
“...put at least 300,000 Indian contract workers on a fast track to valuable green cards, so incentivizing more low wage Indian graduates to take U.S. jobs from middle class American graduates.”
But what is at stake is not just lost jobs and lowered wages for Americans: a Green Card leads to citizenship and voting. Almost 80% of Indians voted for Hillary. Moreover, Indians don't just vote for left-wing politicians, some of them are left-wing politicians. There are a growing number of socialist Indian politicians (like Kshama Sawant) and activists (like Saikat Chakrabarti).
And Indians don't assimilate. Many Indians will come right out and tell you that Indian culture is superior to Western cultures. They prefer to socialize only with other Indians and to live in Indian enclaves—you'll find them wherever there is a tech industry—like on Seattle's Eastside.
People in the computer field will tell you stories about being passed over in favor of a less competent person who happened to be Indian as well as of Americans being fired and replaced with Indians. Indians don't want to become Americans—they are creating Indian colonies.
But who bought this vote? Why the usual suspects of course. According to John Binder at Breitbart, they are:
Now the big question is whether Senate Republicans will also vote to sell out Americans—or will they be too worried about losing the next election? And will Trump actually put America first and veto this monstrosity?