What Would You Call Biden’s Border? Take a Look
So critics of President Biden keep declaring that his administration has an “open border” policy, and Biden’s cronies often loudly protest this as inaccurate. They try to show evidence of record-setting monthly numbers of border encounters and convicted felons captured. They talk about reports of guns and drugs being found and taken into custody, trying to debunk the “open border” tagline.
They really go way beyond rationality when they attempt to describe the border as “closed” and even worse, “secure.”
Sometimes they make such an absurd claim under oath.
The crazy truth about Biden’s border is that many of the so-called people who are detained by border control have crossed over illegally and “want” to be caught. They are surrendering in large groups because it has become an incredible way to be able to stay in America for an indefinite amount of time.
And the best thing of all for them is that they can do this all on America’s dime. We will even make sure that we will pay the bill for their passage to a destination city that the illegal immigrant can choose.
Not a bad penalty for illegal behavior.
This is the usual process, you break the law by crossing the border; you do it out in the open so that you will get “encountered” by border patrol; you get briefly detained, processed, then released pending a future court date for which you probably won’t show up; and eventually, you get on a bus or a plane to the city of your dreams.
Only in America!
What has been Biden’s response since taking office? Instituting policies that make it even harder for you to be deported once the process has begun. This is true even if you are found guilty of committing a crime while in the process.
What kind of border would you call this?
NEW: Per multiple CBP sources, there were at least 73,000 known gotaways at the border in the month of November, representing a daily average of at least 2,400 illegal immigrants slipping past Border Patrol.
There have been at least 137,000 known gotaways since 10/1. @FoxNews
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) December 1, 2022
Over 105,000 illegal crossings in the El Paso sector in just two months, including nearly 2,000 in last 24 hours alone. Up 257% over same time last year.
And this is with Title 42 still in place.
Buckle up for when it drops in 3 weeks. https://t.co/dPgRkHACYD
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) November 30, 2022