Biden Regime Could Stop the 60,000 Migrant Surge Immediately

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Kris W. Kobach
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27 October 2021
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National News
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Some 60,000 migrants are reported to be gathering south of the border to enter the United States.  It will be one of the largest surges of illegal aliens into the country in a year that has already shattered previous records in border apprehensions.
It’s yet another chapter in the ongoing saga of human trafficking, drug smuggling, and fraudulent asylum claims that has defined the Biden Administration’s record on immigration.  The Administration has pretended as if the flood of illegal immigration is an uncontrollable natural phenomenon like a hurricane—driven by abstract “root causes” in countries such as Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, according to Jen Psaki.  Vice President Kamala Harris has even attributed the surge of migrants to “the lack of climate adaptation and resilience.”
Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.  The surge of migrants has been a predictable outcome caused by two policy changes:  (1) the Biden Administration’s termination of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MMP), also known as the Remain in Mexico program, as well as (2) the Administration’s February 18 and September 30 directives that prevented ICE officers from deporting hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens.  Both policies violate federal law.
But just as those two faucets were quickly turned on by the Biden Administration in February, they can just as easily be turned off.  If the Biden Administration won’t do it themselves, the judiciary may do it for them....
The constitution allows the 50 states to take over the nation’s border defenses when the federal government refuses the task, says a report from the Center for Renewing America.
“Given the federal government’s dereliction of duty, it is now incumbent on governors and states to fill the void and do what federal officials and lawmakers refuse to do: end the invasion at the U.S. southern border and restore both order and sovereignty,” said the report, released October 26....
“This is not immigration law — this is constitutional self-protection against invasion,” said Ken Cuccinelli, a senior fellow at the center.
Several states are already acting to stop the migration. Texas, for example, is spending $3 billion to build a border wall and to arrest and detain migrants,...


Watch: Former ICE Director Says Biden Should Be Impeached Over "Intentionally Unsecured" Border, ZeroHedge, October 27, 2021.


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