The Migrant Border Surge is So Bad, Even Human Traffickers are Overwhelmed

The globalist Biden administration thinks it can sneak in mass migration policies underneath the noses of Americans, but now everyone with a brain knows that an immigration crisis is brewing.

From CIS:

“A mass-migration surge along the U.S. southern border has so overwhelmed Mexican cartel-associated smugglers that they are requiring their customers to wear numbered, colored, and labeled wristbands to denote payment and help them manage their swelling human inventory.

Photos and video of the cartel wristbands, provided to the Center for Immigration Studies by Tripwires and Triggers website owner Jaeson Jones, show that migrants discard the wristbands once they have reached the Texas side of the Rio Grande. The discarded bands are especially prevalent in Starr County in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley sector.

A CBP official confirmed to CIS that Border Patrol agents have been finding the discarded wristbands for nearly two months, coinciding with a migrant surge spawned by President Joe Biden’s promises to open the border to all illegal immigrants once he took office.

According to a report by The Hill on March 1, the Biden administration is “facing pressure from all sides as migration swells at the southern border.”

Some democrats have criticized Biden administration officials for reopening a housing facility for young illegal aliens. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her fellow comrades argue that these housing arrangements are inhumane and are a retrograde policy for a supposedly “forward-looking” administration that wants to distance itself from the fascist “Orange Man.”

Several Republicans, on the other hand, say Biden’s policies are fueling an immigration rush at the southern border. President Trump was one of the loudest voices against Biden’s pro-open borders policies when he attacked the administration’s policies during his speech on February 28 at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Biden administration insiders have gone on the defensive by trying to calm criticism from both sides of the aisle. They claim that the administration will need more time to craft a coherent immigration policy. “Putting in place policies to manage the situation in an orderly way is absolutely the correct approach, and I think they’ve done everything they can to communicate clearly and unambiguously about the direction they’re headed and what it’s going to take to get there,” declared Tom Jawetz, vice president of immigration policy at the neoliberal think tank Center for American Progress.

On March 1, Biden had a virtual meeting with  Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to discuss the emerging crisis at the border. That same day, during a White House press briefing, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas attempted to soothe critics by claiming that the Biden administration inherited a series of problems from the previous administration.

“It takes time to build out of the depths of cruelty that the administration before us established,” Mayorkas asserted. “What we are seeing now at the border is the immediate result of the dismantlement of the system and the time that it takes to rebuild it virtually from scratch.”

Biden made it a point to differentiate himself from Trump’s tough immigration policies. Now in office, Biden has halted the border wall construction and gutted Trump-era measures that kept asylum seekers in Mexico.

According to Customs and Border Protection, there has been an increase in the number of foreigners breaking into the U.S. since January. CBP estimates an average of 3,000 arrests per day, which was a stark increase from January 2020, when there were only 30,000 arrests for that entire month.

Mayorkas became defensive when commentators suggested that there was a “crisis” at the border. The Biden administration has called on asylum-seekers to not go to the border at the moment and has even reopened a Texas facility to house young migrants in order to prevent crowded situations at other facilities during the pandemic.

“We are not saying don’t come. We are saying don’t come now,” Mayorkas during a press briefing.

Those of us worried about the prospects of mass amnesty can breathe a temporary sigh of relief. The partisan makeup of Congress does not bode well for Democrats. Although Democrats control the White House and the two branches of Congress, their majorities in Congress are razor thin. The 50-50 split, with Vice President Kamala Harris as the tie-breaking vote, is not enough to overcome a filibuster.

As weak as the Republcian Party may be, there are not enough Republicans to switch over to the Democrat side to pull the lever for mass amnesty. Contrast that to the Bush era, when Republicans were enthusiastic about passing amnesty. That’s the Trump effect for you.

Despite the roadblocks he faced, Trump was able to make several notable immigration reforms such as tightening asylum rules, limiting travel from countries fraught with terrorist activity, funding a border wall, and restricting the issuance of green cards and temporary work visas during the pandemic.

Sadly, the Biden administration repealed the green card restrictions and lifted the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, and instead using a system that now features three ports of entry where asylum-seekers can enter the U.S. to wait as their asylum requests are processed.

During his speech at CPAC, Donald Trump slammed Biden’s immigration policies and declared they are attracting “some of the most evil people on the planet.”

“We can’t afford the problems of the world, as much as we’d love to. We’d love to help. But we can’t do that,” Trump declared. “So they’re all coming because of promises and foolish words.”

The immigration crisis is only going to grow stronger as the Biden administration refuses to entertain basic principles such as border security. The protection of a nation’s border is a foundation of basic statecraft. If America can’t get this right, it will cease to exist as a stable polity.

Trump and his followers should continue cranking up the pressure from now until the 2024 campaign season. The immigration question still remains the hottest issue among the nationalists who want to completely distance themselves from the regime’s globohomo experiment.

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