Criminal Alien Admits He Came to US Because of Biden, ‘Definitely’ Would Not Have if Trump Were President

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2021 Mar 23, 5:34pm   87,952 views  880 comments

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A migrant An illegal A criminal alien (no person is illegal!) who is seeking asylum in the United States admitted in an interview that aired Sunday that he would not have attempted to travel to the U.S. if Donald Trump were still president.

In fact, the migrant illegal said specifically that he decided now was the right time to seek asylum here because of President Joe Biden.

ABC News anchor Martha Raddatz recently spoke with a Brazilian man — just one of the tens of thousands of migrants illegals who are traveling to the U.S. in search of asylum — who admitted that Biden's presidency was a motivating factor for coming to America.

"Would you have tried to do this when Donald Trump was president?" Raddatz asked.

"Definitely not. Definitely. We have a chance, you know. The same environment that's been going on today wasn't there last year," the man responded. "We used to watch the news and I definitely wouldn't do this."

Raddatz followed up," So did you come here because Joe Biden was elected president?"

"Basically, basically," the man said. "The main thing was the violence in my country. And the second thing, I think, was Joe Biden."


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523   Eric Holder   2024 Jan 26, 11:05am  

Patrick says

My working hypothesis is that Russia and China have deployed a vast, migrant-based attack against the entire West.

Poland was attacked by "migrants" through Soviet puppet - Belarus. Finland was attacked directly from Northern USSR and now the whole border is completely sealed off. All the bombings of civvies in Syria by Red Air Force were to push massive amount of migrants into Europe where Stazi agent Merkel was ready to wide open the doors.
524   DemocratsAreTotallyFucked   2024 Jan 26, 3:44pm  

Is this for realz...or a scene from World War Z?

Art IV, Sec 1, Clause 1
The United States shall...protect each of them [States]....

No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, ... engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.

A.K.A., the 'Invasion Clause'
530   Patrick   2024 Jan 30, 10:16am  


Here’s an example of our alienation from our own culture: the language we use to describe the Kalergi-planned,2 replacement-level immigration of third-world hordes into our country. Over the past couple decades, we went from talking about “illegal aliens” to talking about “undocumented workers,” “migrants,” and even “refugees.” Instead of speaking frankly about the problem — which has now morphed into caravans of military-age males from unfriendly nations who should more accurately be described as “invaders” — we are told there is a “refugee crisis” for which the only acceptable, humane response is for us to admit all of them and then pay their living expenses and give them each an allowance like they’re our children.

Since the enactment of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 (one of the Trojan Horse “reforms” of the 60s cultural revolution), America’s demographics have shifted dramatically and probably irreparably, and these demographic changes have accelerated in tandem with the adoption of each new dishonest euphemism for the invaders. As our ability to discuss what was happening changed, what was happening also changed. Guerilla moralists from both the Marxcissist Left (“No human is illegal!”) and the Mega-Corporation-Owned Uniparty (“We need them to do the jobs Americans won’t do!”) worked together to gaslight regular people into believing that their natural desire to preserve their own way of life was somehow a sure sign of deep-seated sinfulness that could only be expiated by complete self-denial. Deathly afraid of being labeled a racist or xenophobe (a.k.a., a sinner), the majority went silent and acquiesced to being replaced.
532   Eric Holder   2024 Jan 31, 1:02pm  

Patrick says

I don't think anybody dares to even utter "pathway to citizenship" now, lol.
533   Patrick   2024 Jan 31, 7:18pm  


Our Open Border Policy Is Not an Accident
There’s a new strategy in town: If American voters don’t like what you are offering, import better voters.

Over the past three years, the Biden administration has effectively rewritten U.S. immigration law, creating an entirely new stream of quasi-legal immigration under the rubric of “parole.” The discretion of the federal government to grant parole or legal residence and work permits to a small number of refugees and other foreign nationals has been used by the Biden administration to rip a hole in America’s southern border in order to invite millions of foreign nationals, most of them from Latin America and Central America and the Caribbean, to travel to the U.S. border, from which they are dispersed across the country and supported chiefly by state and local governments and government-funded NGOs.

As of September 2023, an estimated 3.8 million immigrants entered the U.S. under the Biden administration. Of these, 2.3 million have been given Notices to Appear (NTAs) before an immigration court—which could allow them to stay in the U.S. in a “twilight status” for years before a court date. ...

In addition to thwarting federal immigration law enforcement through sanctuary laws, California has turned itself into a welfare magnet for illegal immigrants by providing law-breaking foreign nationals and their children with health care coverage under the statewide Medi-Cal system, in-state tuition at public colleges and universities, K-12 schooling, and housing and food assistance. ...

The beneficiaries of mass immigration of less-educated workers are low-tech, low-wage industries with firms that are unwilling either to raise wages or invest in labor-saving technology as long as there is a constant influx of cheap labor from abroad. New American Economy, an advocacy group that lobbies for higher immigration, claims that Americans refuse to do jobs with largely immigrant workforces like “plasterers and stucco masons” (72%), “maids and housekeeping cleaners” (50.6 %), and “misc. agricultural workers, including workers who pick crops in the field” (52.2%). But U.S.-born workers and many naturalized immigrant citizens avoid these and other fields because of low wages, which a large and easily exploited immigrant workforce allows employers to pay. ...

After decades in which most academic economists and business lobbies claimed that flooding labor markets with new entrants has no effect on wages, as soon as inflation spiked following the COVID-19 pandemic many of the same authorities declared that immigration should be increased to lower inflation by … guess what: lowering wages. ...

The impact of wage-suppressing immigration falls chiefly on Americans, both native and immigrant, who work in low-wage, labor-intensive industries like construction, agriculture, retail, and hospitality. According to America’s bipartisan economic elite, low-wage American workers need to take one for the team by having immigration undermine their power to get raises, so that other Americans, most notably those with large disposable incomes, can enjoy lower prices for goods and services. ...

Because low-wage, unskilled immigrants depend more on welfare than highly skilled immigrants or American citizens in general, their employers get to privatize the benefits of their labor while forcing the taxpayers to socialize the costs.

Unfortunately for the Democratic Party’s pro-mass-immigration coalition of the declining, many immigrants and their children are deserting both the party and the cities and states that it rules. Having counted on Hispanic immigrants and their descendants to compensate for the exodus of the white working class, Democrats were shocked in December 2023 by a Reuters/Ipsos poll that showed Hispanics favoring Trump over Biden by 38% to 37%. An even more recent USA Today and Suffolk University poll has Trump leading Biden among Hispanic voters 39%-34%. Trump’s share of the national Hispanic vote rose from 28% in 2016 to 36% in 2020. In Texas, ground zero of America’s immigration crisis, the number of Hispanics who identify as Democrats fell from 63% in 2019 to 54% in 2022. ...

If Latin Americans fail to vote the way that Democratic strategists want, new voters will simply have to be found and imported from other regions of the world like the Middle East and Africa, where Democrats can hope that the combination of race, religion and deep-seated ethnic hatreds will successfully ghettoize new voters and ensure their allegiance to the party. ...

What remains to be seen is whether the immigration Ponzi scheme that has turned California, New York, and other states into dystopias whose low wages, declining social conditions, and failing infrastructure send residents fleeing to other states will crash before it consumes the country as a whole.
534   RWSGFY   2024 Feb 1, 8:12am  


543   Onvacation   2024 Feb 2, 5:15pm  

Darien Gap. Long but interesting.

544   Patrick   2024 Feb 3, 8:53am  


SESAME STREET — With the nationwide migrant crisis continuing to make headlines and cause intense debate among lawmakers, a disturbing new report confirmed beloved local resident Elmo had been radicalized after migrants were bused to Sesame Street.

Witnesses reported noticing a marked change in Elmo's worldview over the last several weeks, as bus after bus rolled down Sesame Street before coming to a stop and opening its door to allow scores of illegal migrants to pour out into Elmo's beloved neighborhood.

"Elmo can't believe this. Elmo has had enough!" the furry red creature was heard saying as he watched yet another busload of foreign nationals arrive outside his home from the southern U.S. border. "Why are they bringing them here? This isn't right! They are committing crimes and making Sesame Street a scary, scary place to live! Elmo demands an explanation! Elmo is tired of this invasion of Elmo's country!"

Other residents also expressed concern with the repeated waves of migrant arrivals. "One thousand, three hundred, forty-five! Ah-ah-ah! One thousand, three hundred, forty-six! Ah-ah-ah!" The Count could be heard saying as he kept a running tally of the number of migrants that have arrived on Sesame Street. Though Oscar the Grouch was not in a happy mood, he did express relief that he would no longer be the only one blamed for the trash and general state of decay that would soon overtake the previously clean neighborhood.

Other local residents grew most concerned after Elmo appeared wearing a red "Make America Great Again" baseball cap. "This has pushed him over the edge," said Big Bird. "He was always a moderate before, but he's definitely been radicalized now."

At publishing time, Kermit the Frog had been detained by government agents for attempting to give a news report on the migrant crisis.
553   Patrick   2024 Feb 3, 2:59pm  


Video Appears To Show Migrants Tucked Away In Hidden Room Under Military Guard At Major US Airport
559   Patrick   2024 Feb 3, 4:22pm  


Popular TV host “Dr. Phil” McGraw visited the U.S. Southern Border in Texas on Friday and blasted Democrat President Joe Biden over the ongoing crisis there.

The former daytime talk show host criticized Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for the administration’s response to the influx of illegal migrants flowing freely across the border.

McGraw spoke about the ongoing crisis at the border, including the legal fight between the Texas government and the Biden admin.

He also noted Harris’s absence at the U.S.-Mexico border after being appointed by Biden as the so-called “border czar.”

“Wrapping up my trip to the border,” he wrote in a post on X.

“This is something I needed to see with my own eyes.

“I have so much to say and share.”

In a video posted to X, Dr. Phil cited Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s assertion Biden “refused” to enforce protection laws.

Abbott says Biden has “enticed” thousands of migrants to avoid legal points of entry into the U.S.

“Texas law enforcement has seized over 454 million lethal doses of fentanyl during this mission,” McGraw said.

“Governor Abbott has said that the federal government has broken the pact between the United States federal government and the states.

“Governor Abbott says President Biden has refused to enforce those laws and has even violated them.

“The result is a humanitarian crisis, unlike anything we’ve seen before, smashing records for illegal immigration by wasting taxpayer dollars to tear open Texas border security infrastructure,” he continued.

Good God! Soon he'll become a Trump supporter!
561   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 4, 12:58pm  

Patrick says

With the Scalabrinis and Jesuits providing them "Casas de Migrantes" waystations.

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