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Mike Johnson calls it ‘The Biden Border Catastrophe’

Posted on Friday, June 21, 2024
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WASHINGTON DC, June 21 — In the three-and-a-half years since President Joe Biden took office more than ten million illegal migrants have entered the U.S.  In an OpEd article published by The Hill, Merrill Matthews, a resident scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation, warned that “if Biden wins a second term in office and there is no serious reform of U.S. immigration and asylum laws — both of which are very real possibilities — we can expect a continuing increase in the rate of immigrants crossing the border illegally.”

Mathews figures that if Biden is reelected “we could be looking at 15 million to 20 million more by the time he leaves office on Jan. 20, 2029.”

House Speaker Mike Johnson [R-LA] called it the “Biden Border Catastrophe” in an article published by Fox News.  As he put it, “The mass release of illegal immigrants into our country is wreaking havoc on families, communities, and law enforcement … the Biden administration’s open door to illegal immigration is flooding America with fentanyl, human trafficking, and increased violence, bankrupting municipalities, and killing our citizens … President Biden and Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas have inflicted a colossal failure of leadership and refused to defend our homeland.  They have the power to stop the catastrophe and secure the border right now, but they simply will not do so.”

Meanwhile, the White House is saying that Biden’s next move is to allow more than half a million illegals who are married to U.S. Citizens to apply for residency.  In an interview with Senator Tom Cotton [R-AR], radio host Hugh Hewitt asked if the president has the authority to parole illegals who marry American citizens.  The senator said “Of course not, only Congress can decide who has legal status and who doesn’t have legal status.  And the people that he’s going to purport to grant legal status to today are plainly in the country illegally.  The president does not have the legal authority to give them legal status.  This is another lawless executive action by Joe Biden.”

The president recently declared that he was going to get tough with illegals at the Mexican border and Cotton accused Biden of not telling the truth.  As the senator put it, the president’s plan “kind of gives the lie to a supposedly tough crackdown on the border just two or three weeks ago, which I would call closing the barn door after the horses are out.  It’s not even closing the barn door, because it’s still wide open.”

In his article in The Hill, Merrill Mathews concluded that “the immigration issue is likely to become even more toxic soon.  Progressive Democrats are pushing for citizenship for the new and previous arrivals, and several progressive U.S. cities already allow illegal immigrants to vote.”

John Grimaldi served on the first non-partisan communications department in the New York State Assembly and is a founding member of the Board of Directors of Priva Technologies, Inc. He has served for more than thirty years as a Trustee of Daytop Village Foundation, which oversees a worldwide drug rehabilitation network.  

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Kim
Kim
20 days ago

If the past 3 1/2 years have brought a flood of illegals into this country, biden’s second term will cause a tsunami of illegals crashing the border. We can’t let it happen! Tens of thousands of crimes have been committed against Americans, not to mention the 90,000 children that the federal government lost track of.

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