The Biden Border Rush Is Still On

The Biden Border Rush Is Still On
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ABC News recently proclaimed, “Unlawful southern border entries down 70% from record highs since end of Title 42.”

That seems to be the consensus of the media and Biden administration (or do I repeat myself?)

However, if you look at the big picture, you see that the Biden Border Rush is continuing. But it’s diversifying.

The Biden administration is transforming the ways by which they can bring in more foreigners and projecting an aura of false legality over much of it.

Check out this headline in the UK-based Daily Mail: Migrants find LOOPHOLE in Biden border policy: Venezuelan says he got into the U.S. after blaming 'technical issues' as DHS prepares to DOUBLE monthly asylum appointments

The article is about the CBP One app, a service provided to illegal aliens by the U.S. government which enables migrants to simply make an appointment on the app and then show up at a port of entry. Thus, they aren’t counted in the tallies of migrants caught by Border Patrol.

[A] few dozen migrants found in the fine print that those with 'language barriers, illiteracy or technical issues' can instead show up in person to request an interview,” the Mail reports.

I have “technical issues” all the time, so if I were an illegal alien I could easily use that loophole!

The article features Venezuelan migrant Cesar Segura who, on June 5, “walked up to officers with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the San Ysidro Port of Entry to request an appointment…Dozens of other migrants had this same idea.'It was our trump card to play,' Segura said in Spanish… Segura was allowed into the country and is flying to Miami to meet up with his sponsor. The Venezuelan migrant is not due in asylum court until June 26, 2026 – meaning he will be permitted to live in the U.S. with undocumented status for at least three years.”

There you go, that’s how you can do it!

And check this out: “Starting this month, the U.S. will admit roughly 40,000 migrants into the country every month at ports of entry along the border, DHS told CBS News. Previously, the number of migrants who secured asylum appointments through the CBP One app was at 20,000 per month – but now 1,250 appointments will be awarded each day to allow migrants the chance to gain entry and claim asylum.”

Our asylum system is now just another method to get people into the country.

Another plan the administration is working on is to open up processing centers in Latin American countries where migrants can report and apply to enter the United States. If accepted, they can then go straight to the U.S.A.

On June 1, the U.S. and Guatemalan governments announced that “Guatemala and the United States announce a comprehensive program to manage irregular migration, including as the first step the implementation of a six-month pilot phase of ‘Oficinas de Movilidad Segura’. This program will facilitate access to lawful pathways to the United States and other countries, family reunification, and access to temporary work visas.”

In a previous blog entry, I reported on the capture of a bus in Mexico carrying 49 Latin American migrants who were eventually recovered. Further information revealed that there were at least four other passengers on the bus, who were also recovered, plus two drivers, who later showed up alive but beaten.

On June 2, a Venezuelan national was arrested in Fort Worth, Texas, for murdering a Honduran woman in El Paso. The suspect and victim had crossed the border on the same day. They were both processed and released ("catch-and-release") by Border Patrol on May 20.  She was found dead on May 21 at a motel in El Paso.

Et sic sequitur

Note: I was recently interviewed by Silvio Canto, Jr. on his Canto Talk show.  We discussed my trip to Spain, Spanish elections, and the illustrious president of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known by the initials AMLO, who seems to be getting more authoritarian as he approaches the end of his term.

You can watch or listen to the interview here.

You can find more of Allan Wall's work at his website.


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