Thursday, November 4, 2021

Biden’s New Move Makes All of America a Sanctuary State: The invasion is coming from inside the White House

Over 1.7 million illegal alien invaders were caught on the border in the last fiscal year and detentions hit their highest level since the 1986 illegal alien amnesty.
During the election, Biden warned that he couldn't shut down President Trump's immigration enforcement policies right away. “The last thing we need is to say we’re going to stop immediately … and then end up with 2 million people on our border.”
Biden stopped them anyway and we’re less than 300,000 illegal aliens away from 2 million.
And when illegals don’t succeed the first time, they keep trying. A quarter of the invaders captured in September were repeat offenders.
The approximately 147,000 "unaccompanied minors" who were intercepted are the largest number on record. And to reward human traffickers for their use of minors or alleged minors, the Biden administration is proposing to pay invaders who were separated from the minors they were trafficking a sum of $450,000 per minor. That could amount to millions per clan.
All this while Americans can’t afford to buy a home, put gas in their cars, or food on their plates.
There could be no better incentive for illegal aliens to join the mob of border invaders trafficking children as their passports than the promise of million dollar payouts from U.S. taxpayers.
But now the Biden administration is going further by turning America into a sanctuary state.
AP Photo/Patrick Semansky
Sanctuary states and cities had previously tried to force ICE to stop making arrests. Now Biden is giving them what they wanted and making all the country into one giant sanctuary state in blue and red states, in places that want immigration enforcement and those that don’t.
Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden's Homeland Security boss, has issued guidelines for what he deemed to be "protected areas". Renaming “sanctuary” to “protected” does little to disguise what the Biden administration is doing to protect its illegal aliens from arrest and deportation.
The new DHS Guidelines for Enforcement Actions in or Near Protected Areas make it essentially impossible for ICE to do its job by barring arrests in these “protected areas”.
Read the rest from Daniel Greenfield HERE

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