Everyone has something to say about President Biden’s immigration crisis, including Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. He explained to the media that Biden’s political positions caused the unprecedented influx of illegal aliens from Central America. President Obrador simply said “They see him as the migrant president.” Obrador is right, and so are the illegal aliens. It is correct to view Biden as the migrant president because that is exactly what he is. The crisis at the border is no mistake. Joe Biden personally invited these aliens to seek harbor on our shores. Mexico’s president knows where the blame lies, which is why it is unlikely that Mexico is going to do anything to stop this deluge.
In the month of February alone, 100,000 illegal aliens crossed into the United States, and that could easily add up to millions this year alone. In four years of a Biden Administration, this influx of unemployed, poor, non-English speaking migrants could top 10 million and bankrupt government services.
If Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans had not blocked President Trump’s efforts to build a southern wall, then this crisis would not be happening in the first place. Stolen elections have consequences, and we face four years of holding migrant children in inhumane detention camps until conservatives can restore order by finishing the wall. President Trump was mercilessly hounded by liberals for supposedly mistreating illegal aliens at the border, but the Biden Administration is providing far worse treatment to far greater numbers of people.
Oblivious to this crisis of their own making, Democrats seek even to pass a comprehensive amnesty bill along with a separate bill to import Mexican farm workers. Democrats bypassed customary committee hearings on both bills, and sent these terrible bills to the House floor under a “closed rule” preventing amendments by Republicans.
Democrats facing midterm elections next year should see their political futures stampeded by endless crowds of illegal aliens breaking into our country. The choice between parties could not be more clear. Biden will not stop the crisis, and thanks to Trump this is a core issue for the Republican Party. If Democrats want any chance of success next November, they have to stop the Biden immigration crisis.