Just when you thought it could not get any worse on the immigration front…
On Monday, the Biden administration announced that it is starting the process of ending the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy.
This means even more people will come to the border and remain in the United States.
This was, by far, one of the most successful policies regarding immigration that the Trump administration implemented.
As soon as Biden took office, his administration moved to end it.
The decision was fought with legal challenges, eventually winding up on the docket of the Supreme Court.
Conservatives were stunned and livid when the court ruled in favor of the administration ending the rule.
It was a staggering decision, especially when you consider the rule was put in place due to the pandemic and according to Biden, the pandemic was still raging.
With monkeypox now added to the equation, there is good reason for concern.
On the ending of the program, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) stated, “As Secretary Mayorkas has said, MPP has endemic flaws, imposes unjustifiable human costs, and pulls resources and personnel away from other priority efforts to secure our border.”
Over the last four months, roughly 200,000 encounters have occurred each month, with approximately 500,000 gotaways since the beginning of the fiscal year (October).
While the administration was not overtly enforcing this policy, it was still a deterrent.
With yet another element of the Trump immigration plan removed, it is scary to think how many people will make their way to the border.
As we move into the final and cooler months of the fiscal year, we will likely blow right past last year’s record-setting numbers and have numbers this country has never seen.
We are being overwhelmed, saturated, in fact, with illegal immigrants with no jobs, education, or way of supporting themselves.
Joe Biden is, essentially, turning parts of this country into a third-world country.
Source: Fox News