President Joe Biden brought in Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) to deliver a bizarre lecture to American citizens – pushing for them to reject “conservativeness” and embrace “transformation.”
During a press conference with Biden, AMLO went after “the conservatives” in the United States for opposing the Biden administration’s globalist agenda with regards to energy, trade, and immigration.
“I know that your adversaries — the conservatives — are going to be screaming all over the place, even to heaven,” AMLO said. “They’re going to be yelling at heaven.”
“In the face of this crisis, the way out is not through conservatism,” he continued urging Americans to sit back and allow Joe Biden to usher in the destruction of America.
“The way out is through transformation. We have to be bold in our actions. Transform not maintain the status quo.”
Instead of defending Americans, Biden, who once promised to “unite” the American people, agreed with the Mexican leader. seemingly agreed with AMLO.
“We have liberals, moderates, conservatives, and extreme conservatives,” Biden said. “I’m waiting for the Republican Party to come back to traditional conservative positions. We have to start to talk with them, to one another, in this country, with respect.”
AMLO then went on to suggest that it is “indispensable” for Biden and Congress to pass amnesty for illegal aliens living in the U.S.
“It is indispensable for us to regularize and give certainty to migrants that have for years lived and worked in a very honest manner, and who are also contributing to the development of this great nation,” AMLO said.
Back in June, the Mexican president called for completely open borders to form a “continental superstate” that would combine North American employers and South American employees – leaving millions of middle-class Americans jobless.
“My position is that, just as how the European community was created … we have to do that in America.”
However, any unification could only come after the United States and southern countries resolve their disagreements, he said: “There has to be a change in the policy, an end to confrontation, an end to hate, an end to threats, the blockades, the foreign interference, and choose brotherhood, good neighbor policies.”
The policy would spike Wall Street and Fortune 500 profits by giving them floods of cheap foreign workers but put a serious strain on the U.S. job market.
At the time AMLO also said he intended to push for “immigration reform” in the states. “Not anymore, we will not remain silent anymore in the face of insults to immigrants and Mexicans. And I will insist on immigration reform,” he said.
He blamed the GOP — and its anti-migration wing — for the political barriers to greater unification between the United States and southern and central America:
“I am talking now about the attitude of the Republican Party, who surely will drive with their spokesmen that the [this week’s] Summit [of the Americas] was a failure. Well, yes, it is possible it will be a failure, but they are the responsible ones for maintaining a policy of closure and not openness.”
AMLO also ranted that his policy suggestions should not be stopped by voters in democracies, “The option is [continental] transformation and you have to dare to do it. And you don’t have to keep thinking about the next election, you have to think about the next generation.”