Thursday, April 1, 2021

ILLEGALS for Biden: A voter drive masquerades as a border incursion

Never was the saying that Democrats import the electorate they prefer more obviously true than in recent days as Biden campaign flag-waving future Democrat voters overwhelmed the nation’s southern border at the invitation of the Biden-Harris regime.
Having ceded whites and blue-collar voters to Republicans, Democrats and their placeholder president who can barely climb the stairs to Air Force One, are mobilizing armies of illegal aliens from Latin America. They do this as a failsafe in case their signature legislation, H.R. 1, the proposed “For the People Act,” which would gut the First Amendment and turn America into a one-party state, fails to become law.
The people crashing the border and setting up camps near it make no effort to conceal their enthusiasm for the Democrats who want to do away with the U.S. border altogether. They want the massive amnesty Joe Biden promised them.
A man who crossed the border from Mexico at Tucson, Arizona, told ABC’s Martha Raddatz that he “basically” did so because Biden is now president.
“Would you have tried to do this when Donald Trump was president?” Raddatz asked the man.
“Definitely not,” the man replied.
Breitbart News published photos of “Biden for President 2020” flags displayed at a migrant tent city close to the border in Tijuana, Mexico, as the future Democrat voters await U.S. immigration processing. No doubt many of them will head for Democrat-controlled so-called sanctuary cities.
Under Biden-Harris, no one new is being enrolled in the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” program that required non-Mexican asylum-seekers appearing at the southern border to wait in Mexico for their claims to be adjudicated. The program, part of the Migrant Protection Protocols enforced by Trump, discouraged individuals from making fraudulent asylum claims.
These Migrant Protection Protocols, which were approved by Congress and signed into law during the Clinton administration, had not been used until then-Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced in December 2018 that they would be implemented. The goal, she said at the time, was to curtail the so-called catch-and-release system, in which individuals made fraudulent asylum claims knowing they would be allowed into the United States and would be able to stay for years before their court appearance.
Read the rest from Matthew Vadum HERE

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