DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas may dance around the reality of the chaos he’s caused, but border towns can’t afford to be so dismissive of the growing national security crisis.
Indeed, El Paso, Texas has formally reached a “breaking point” with illegal migration, as admitted by the town’s Democrat mayor.
El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser admitted that the limited resources of the town have led it to facing a “breaking point” with illegal migration.
“[El Paso] only has so many resources and we have come to … a breaking point right now,” Leeser admitted.
Amazingly, Leeser claimed that President Biden was a “good partner” on the border, despite the fact that border crossings have escalated dramatically under the president’s tenure.
“I think it’s really important to note that we have a broken immigration system … It’s the same thing over and over again,” Leeser added.
Guess what, Mr. Mayor?
Biden has also been in Washington, “over and over again” for over half a century, and the system still remains the same. Shouldn’t that be a rather obvious indicator of the issue with Biden’s presidency?
Needless to say, former President Donald Trump has a vastly different approach to illegal migration, especially as far as violent gangs are concerned.
Should Trump become president again, as many are hoping, then it is likely a very different type of migration plan will be implemented.
As stated directly by the president himself.
“Following the Eisenhower Model, we will carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history,” Trump intoned.
And the emphasis will be especially acute when it comes to violent cartel members.
Specifically, Trump declared that his future administration will “invoke the Alien Enemies Act to remove all known or suspected Gang Members, drug dealers, or Cartel Members from the United States.”
Of course, the media was sure to attack Trump’s plan for protecting the nation by spreading major lies, with one of the more salacious lies including Trump’s apparent recommendation for alligators to serve as de facto border guards.
Which prompted yet another round of denials from an irritated Trump.
“Now the press is trying to sell the fact that I wanted a Moat stuffed with alligators and snakes, with an electrified fence and sharp spikes on top, at our Southern Border … I may be tough on Border Security, but not that tough,” Trump remarked dryly.
What Trump wishes to achieve, more than anything, is a future in which no American town has to be at a “breaking point” with illegal immigration.
“Under my leadership, we had the most secure border in U.S. history. Now, we have the worst border in the history of the world,” Trump proclaimed.
And may the United States revert back to Trump Era borders, as soon as possible.
Author: Jane Jones