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Joe Biden’s re-election campaign is hanging by a thread.

Now, he’s facing one decision that could change everything. 

And Joe Biden could make one wrong move that would be the nail in the coffin for his re-election. 

Joe Biden considering mass amnesty of illegal aliens 

The border crisis has become one of the biggest political vulnerabilities for President Joe Biden’s re-election.

His administration denied there was a crisis for years until he pivoted this year to claiming he wanted to secure the border. 

Biden issued an executive order on border security filled with loopholes to limit asylum claims after he claimed he didn’t have the authority to do it.

Democrats were outraged that he would even issue a phony executive order, and left-wing activist groups threatened to file a lawsuit over it. 

His administration has been urging Congress to pass amnesty for illegal aliens since he took office. 

Now, he’s preparing to please the open border base of the Democrat Party by making the immigration system “more just.”

 “Today, I have spoken about what we need to do to secure the border,” Biden said.  “In the weeks ahead — and I mean the weeks ahead — I will speak to how we can make our immigration system more fair and more just.”

The New York Times reported that the Biden administration is considering granting parole in place to illegal aliens who are the spouses of American citizens.

Parole in place would allow them to stay in the United States without the threat of being deported and give them work privileges.

And it could include a pathway to citizenship for these illegal alien spouses.

Joe Biden making a cynical play for swing states for amnesty 

Biden’s phony executive order on border security was issued so he could appear like he was doing something to stop the chaos at the southern border in an election year.

His amnesty plan is about trying to save his re-election campaign in two crucial swing states with large Hispanic populations, Arizona and Nevada.

Former President Donald Trump has led in every public poll out of Nevada since last October and has led most polls out of Arizona.

Nearly 700,000 families could be impacted by his decision to give amnesty to spouses who are illegal aliens.

And in a close election, it could make a difference.

U.S. Senator Mark Kelly (D-AZ) thought it could boost Biden in Arizona.

“Everything is on the margins, right?” Kelly asked. “My sense is it should help.”

Former President Barack Obama used a similar political ploy during his 2012 re-election campaign when he issued his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) amnesty plan.

But the White House is misreading the political environment with this plan.

Illegal immigration is the top issue for voters this year, according to a Gallup poll.

And a CBS News poll found that 62% of Americans support deporting all illegal immigrants. 

The public is fed up with illegal immigration in poll after poll.

And an amnesty plan designed to appease a small minority of Hispanics could be the blunder that sinks Joe Biden’s re-election campaign.

*Election Buzz Official Polling*

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