Why Can’t Biden Stop This Invasion?
In 1954, after a million Mexicans had crossed over into the United States, President Dwight Eisenhower sent Gen. Joseph Swing to send them back. In the vernacular of the time, the mission was named Operation Wetback.
Mission accomplished. Problem solved. And the point:
America used to regard its southern border as sacrosanct and vulnerable, requiring constant vigilance and occasional action to secure.
This June, 188,800 illegals crossed into the United States. Nearly a million have arrived since Biden swore an oath to defend the Constitution that obligates him to protect the states against invasion.
Biden is conducting the border policy of a failed state.
And U.S. immigration policy is being set by people from Third World nations who can find their way to the Rio Grande.
Why cannot we stop this invasion?
Vice President Kamala Harris redefined her mission as discovering what makes people leave their home countries and trek across Mexico.
Good question: Why are people from developing nations leaving their home countries and crossing Mexico to get into the USA?
After all, our academic, cultural and political elites have told the world that America is a place of “systemic racism,” created by white supremacists, for the benefit of peoples of white privilege, where ethnic minorities remain oppressed.
Why would such a country, of all 193 nations in the U.N., be, far and away, the first choice of peoples migrating from the Global South?
Could it be that people from developing nations are not so ignorant as to believe this anti-American progressive propaganda?
But from the standpoint of the nation to which they are coming, the illegal migrant millions present real problems. They consume far more in benefits than they pay in taxes. They are dead weight on the welfare state.
Why is he failing? Either he can’t do what is needed to be done, or he won’t do it.
America’s border paralysis is induced by liberal ideology.