Democrat Joe Biden has left a massive problem for the United States of America to clean up in his fantasy of completing the transformation of America that his good buddy – Barack Obama really got underway in 2008.
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Biden has almost been successful in reversing President Donald J. Trump’s America First policies on the southern border, and what we face now is an out-of-control migrant caravan- headed our way.
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According to KSL News:
The largest migrant caravan of the year set off toward the U.S.-Mexico border last week, coinciding with a regional summit where President Joe Biden announced changes to American immigration policy.
By Saturday, Mexican authorities announced they had issued 7,000 temporary documents and travel visas, and reported that the caravan had largely dispersed — however, the majority are still attempting to cross the border into the U.S., according to The Associated Press.
Migrant caravans are a common way for people fleeing violence in South and Central America to travel north. Though the caravans themselves are usually broken up before they reach points of entry, many of the migrants eventually apply for asylum at the U.S. border.
Despite claims that the caravan was dispersed, reports indicate that thousands of migrants will be traveling north in the coming weeks. Here’s what we know:
- Over 6,000 migrants had stopped in Tapachula, Mexico, many of them waiting for the temporary documents needed to travel north to the U.S. border.
- The caravan was initially estimated to grow to as many as 15,000 people. That would have made it the largest to ever assemble in Mexico, though it’s now fizzling out as many asylum-seekers make individual travel plans after being granted the necessary documents from Mexican authorities.
- The asylum-seekers headed for the border will add to what is likely hundreds of thousands of people stuck in limbo after being turned away due to Title 42, a Trump-era public health policy.
- Many are from Venezuela and have already made the treacherous journey through the Darién Gap, a remote stretch of jungle in Panama and Columbia where kidnapping, sexual violence and theft are common. Over 32,000 migrants, 16,000 of them Venezuelan, have walked the lawless stretch this year.
- The U.S. Border Patrol has reported more than 1 million encounters with migrants along the southwest border in 2022, on pace to exceed last year’s record high of 1.7 million. The agency estimates an additional 60,000 cross the border undetected each month.
Biden and leaders from several mostly South American countries met this week in Los Angeles to discuss the northern flow of migrants that is reaching record numbers.
The leaders of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela were not invited, a high-profile source of controversy that led to Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador refusing to attend.
So there is massive pressure to allow all of the people of failed nations into the US to live off of us and Biden is assisting their dreams to do that- as much as possible.
People from undeveloped third-world nations are fleeing to the US on Biden’s promise of a wealthy life here- on the back of the American people. Biden and his administration have crafted lucrative laws to allow the world to come into the country and have their with our country- when they get here, but the Supreme Court of the US just pushed him back a little bit.
SCOTUS Rules Against Migrants’ Rights To Bond Hearings In Detention
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“The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a crucial ruling against illegal aliens this week,” Martin Walsh reported for Conservative Brief.
“The nation’s highest court ruled that illegal aliens detained for six months do not have the legal right to a bond hearing for release,” Walsh reported.
“The decision addressed two separate cases involving three illegal aliens, two of which were Mexican nationals that entered the U.S. illegally after being previously deported. After they were detained, they filed a putative class action for a bond hearing after six months of detention,” the Daily Caller reported.
“The third illegal alien was from El Salvador and also reentered the country illegally after being previously deported. He also sued in Washington federal court for a bond hearing. The case was brought to the high court under the Trump administration and was inherited by the Biden administration, which continued to pursue the previous administration’s fight,” the outlet added.
In an 8-1 ruling that brought together the conservative and liberal wings of the court, liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote that the law is silent on the point.
“Respondents sought withholding of removal under the INA based on their fear that, if returned to their countries of origin, they would face persecution or torture,” Sotomayer stated in her opinion.
The case was brought to Court under the Trump administration and was inherited by the Biden administration, which continued to pursue the previous administration’s fight, according to the Associated Press.
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Biden was criticized for the move, with the American Civil Liberties Union claiming the administration was “decidedly on the wrong side of this fight.”
In an opinion by Justice Samuel Alito, the court held that the statute does bar class-wide injunctive relief, leaving open the possibility of injunctive relief for multiple named plaintiffs.
Alito wrote, “It generally prohibits lower courts from entering injunctions that order federal officials to take or to refrain from taking actions to enforce, implement, or otherwise carry out the specified statutory provisions.”