By Duncan Smith
Donald Trump was tested early in his presidency with migrant caravans from Central America and Mexico.
It took a little bit of time to handle, but through a series of actions including surging National Guard troops to the border along with beefed-up Border Patrol presence, the building of a wall and agreements with those foreign nations to take back their citizens, the caravans ended.
Ahead of the November election steal, the U.S. border was as secure as its been for decades, and Border Patrol agents along with civilian law enforcement and Americans who live along our southwest border will tell you that.
No sooner than it appeared to the third world that Joe Biden was going to ‘win,’ the migrant caravans began again. And by the time Biden was sworn in, hundreds of thousands of migrants were already on their way.
Four months later, the border is a joke. There is no border which is to say, there is no border enforcement.
Worse, Biden’s handlers are have ensured that their party will essentially water down red states with new Democrat voters as they disperse tens of thousands of illegal aliens throughout the country.
The Washington Examiner reports:
More than 61,000 immigrants who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border have been released into the United States since President Joe Biden took office, according to federal data.
The federal immigration agencies that are responsible for apprehending and detaining immigrants have instead discharged tens of thousands of migrants into the country, despite the Biden administration's claims that most migrant families are not being taken into custody in the first place. And it is the first time that an administration has greenlighted the release of immigrants without telling them when to appear in court, as previous administrations have done during surges.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Border Patrol allowed 61,312 illegal immigrants to walk out of their stations in February, March, and April. The number is a staggering increase from the 18 people who were let go during former President Donald Trump's final full month in office, when the number of families showing up at the border was one-tenth of what it is at present. (Historically, though, more people attempt to migrate to the U.S. in the springtime than in the winter or summer months.)
The releases of adults and families do not include the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who are also being discharged by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Border states are going to have to take matters into their own hands if they truly want to protect themselves from the onslaught.
And non-border states will have to do the same if they want to avoid losing their identities — and their voice in Washington.
It’ll take bold action — maybe even revolutionary action — to get it done.
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