Biden’s Clever Sleight Of Hand: It’s All STAGED

A senior-level Border Protection source claims that the most recent executive order signed by President Biden this week will merely cause Americans to become acclimated to the fact that over 2 million migrants enter the country each year. Unauthorized to speak to the media, the source claims that even if court challenges by pro-migrant groups fail to overturn the order completely, it will not significantly alter the landscape of an out-of-control border.

The executive order issued on Tuesday, “A Proclamation on Securing the Border,” will prevent migrants from requesting asylum if the number of people apprehended at the southwest border in a seven-day period averages 2,500 or more per day. The source claims that if cartels or the Mexican government set the daily quota at fewer than 2,500 crossings, the proclamation could permit the capture of around a million migrants annually with no restrictions on their application for asylum.

The source also asserts that the Biden administration’s implementation of additional “lawful pathways” to entry into the United States has, in many cases, enabled nearly a million more migrants to cross the border at ports of entry under cover of darkness.

According to the source, “the average citizen has already grown accustomed to 2,400 crossings being permitted through airports and land border ports of entry based on the whim of this administration,” Breitbart Texas said. “These requests for asylum are not subject to the same level of scrutiny as an unauthorized port crossing. The CBP One application’s admissions function merely as a tool to influence the negative perception of crossings between ports of entry.

According to the source, the directive has no effect on the 800–1,000 known migrant runaways that the Border Patrol counts every day. Overall, the source claims that over 2 million migrants could cross the border annually through the “lawful pathways,” counting those who enter the country illegally in quantities less than 2,500 per day and adding those whom the Border Patrol is unable to detain. This would avoid any of the repercussions mentioned in the Tuesday-signed order.

The source went on, “Some of the statements within the order are outright lies.” “The order falsely claims that travel restrictions imposed by other nations during the COVID pandemic are to blame for the low number of migrant crossings in 2020.”

The source clarified that in 2020, “strong enforcement rules put in place under the past administration lowered the crossings from past years.” “We removed 3 million migrants who reached our borders under the Trump administration’s Title 42 COVID-19 authority, and most countries did not care who came to the United States illegally.”

According to the source, the problem that will soon affect the Border Patrol is a lack of jail capacity for migrants who cannot be deported for logistical or diplomatic reasons.

The insider stated, “It takes time to get a migrant ready for removal to non-contiguous countries, and we only have so many planes.” “The cancellation of earlier policies negotiated under the Trump administration has extended that time.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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