Biden’s open-border policies have not let us down. If the goal was to completely destroy a society, they would be succeeding at levels never seen before. Unfortunately for them, a government’s role is to protect its people from foreign and domestic threats. Which it seems this entire administration neglected to read in the civilian leadership handbook.
President Joe Biden’s border deputies have faced a tremendous surge of economic migrants at the southern border in April, marking a concerning escalation of the ongoing crisis. The Department of Homeland Security, led by Alejandro Mayorkas, disclosed on May 17 that a staggering 137,374 migrants were admitted throughout the month, preceding the influx of approximately 40,000 migrants in the days leading up to May 11.
An alarming incident that highlights the administration’s skewed perspective occurred on May 11 during a press conference where Mayorkas was questioned about the taxpayer cost of migration. Rather than providing a straightforward answer, Mayorkas dodged the question and served up a load of garbage.
These figures signify a significant increase compared to the 135,211 migrants admitted in April 2022. In fact, Biden’s April 2023 inflow is a staggering 87 times higher than what was recorded in April 2020 during President Donald Trump’s term.
However, it is important to note that these numbers do not encompass the roughly 50,000 migrants who were specifically invited to take advantage of Biden’s parole pathways. Additionally, approximately 60,000 young migrants managed to evade detection and cross the thinly monitored border. In total, Biden’s deputies permitted the entry of an estimated 250,000 migrants in April alone, equating to roughly two migrants for every three U.S. births.
Disturbingly, this surge is not an isolated incident but rather a continuation of an ongoing crisis. Since January 2021, Biden’s deputies have admitted around 4.5 million migrants across the southern border.
Biden’s deputies’ prioritization of economic migrants poses significant economic and social consequences for ordinary Americans. They have resorted to twisting U.S. laws to create multiple pathways for delivering additional workers, consumers, renters, and government clients to benefit the party’s donors and unions. These actions blatantly disregard the migration caps established by Congress in 1990, further exacerbating the strain on American workers and families.
The Biden administration’s lenient policies and disregard for the well-being of American workers continue to perpetuate the strain on the economy and pose potential security risks. As the administration prioritizes economic migrants over the interests of American citizens, it is crucial for the public to stay informed and engaged. The consequences of this crisis extend beyond the southern border, affecting the livelihoods of ordinary Americans across the nation.
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