Sunday, August 22, 2021

Biden’s Immigration Policies Vs. National Security & Public Safety

With just about all attention focused on the crisis on the U.S./Mexican border, scant if any attention is being paid to the many other ways aliens may enter the United States in violation of our immigration laws.
I have frequently written about the irrefutable fact that the United States has 50 border states and not just the four border states that abut with the Mexican border.
In addition to the four “border states” that everyone is well aware of, any state that lies along our nation’s northern border, lies along our nation’s 95,000 miles of coastline or has an international airport are all “border states.”
Aliens who run our nation’s borders are entering the United States without inspection, but then so do aliens who stow away on ships and then sneak off those ships. Boats undoubtedly make landfall along our 95,000 mile coastline and enable aliens to also evade the inspections process that is mandated by immigration laws and protect the United States from the entry and presence of aliens who may pose a threat to national security, public safety, public health and the jobs and wages of Americans.
On June 6, 1993 a dilapidated and vermin-infested boat, the Golden Venture ran aground in the Rockaways, a coastal neighborhood in Queens, New York. On board were some 300 illegal aliens from China who had paid alien smugglers thousands of dollars to enter the United States without inspection and they hoped, without detection.
The Golden Venture: 25 Years Later
On June 7, 2018 a local newspaper, The Rockaway Times, published a detailed report about that event, The Golden Venture: 25 Years Later.
Authorities only became aware of that aliens smuggling / human trafficking criminal enterprise because it failed. The obvious question is how many such efforts have been successful? As the saying goes, “You don’t know what you don’t know.”
Numerous reports prepared by the GAO also point to another means by which aliens enter the United States in violation of our immigration laws. These aliens enter the United States and violate their immigration status. All too frequently such aliens are referred to as “Visa Overstays.” This tends to sound less ominous that the reality. The notion that aliens remain past their authorized period of admission does not sound particularly worrisome, after all, we have all had houseguests who stay too late and ruin our nights sleep.
Why then should we be concerned about aliens who don’t leave when they are supposed to?
Read the rest from Michael Cutler HERE

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