In case there was any doubt remaining concerning the intentions of Joe Biden’s open border agenda, the one being rammed down America’s collective throat, the administration’s reaction to Donald J. Trump’s second term immigration agenda confirms they are intentionally coordinating a coordinated invasion.
Today, there are at least 1.2 million fugitive illegal aliens living across the U.S. who have final orders for deportation whom Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has not deported.
Last month, a House Judiciary Committee report from Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Tom McClintock (R-CA) suggests that Biden’s DHS is failing to deport about 99 percent of illegal aliens arriving to the U.S.
On Saturday, Trump said during a rally in New Hampshire.“We’ll stop the invasion on our southern border and begin the largest domestic deportation operation in American history.”
“Joe Biden and his administration have made a conscious decision to allow our border to be wide open, allowing criminals, human traffickers, and deadly drugs to flow into American communities.”
“When President Trump returns to the White House, he will secure the border and ensure Americans are safe once again,” Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung said in a statement.”
Trump’s immigration agenda was detailed in the New York Times over the weekend.
Former President Donald J. Trump is planning an extreme expansion of his first-term crackdown on immigration if he returns to power in 2025 — including preparing to round up undocumented people already in the United States on a vast scale and detain them in sprawling camps while they wait to be expelled.
The plan includes:
Mass deportations of illegal aliens
End birthright citizenship for the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens
A large-scale increase in immigration detention space
The end of Obama’s DACA program for now grown children brought into US by illegal alien parents
Travel ban for countries with a history of exporting terrorism
Safe Third Country Agreements to end asylum shopping
Reinstatement of the Remain in Mexico policy
Reimposition of Title 42 to better control the southern border
Stephen Miller, a senior aide who crafted many of Trump’s first-term policies, is once again involved in the planning, according to the Times.
Politico sounded an alarm for their left leaning readership that former president further wants to end birthright citizenship for children born to undocumented immigrants along with “other hardline policies”.
A Biden campaign spokesman, Ammar Moussa, told the popular DC beltway online news source that if former President Donald Trump is elected president next year his plan is a “horrifying reality that awaits the American people”.
“Mass detention camps, attempts to deny children born here citizenship, uprooting families with mass deportations — this is the horrifying reality that awaits the American people if Donald Trump is allowed anywhere near the Oval Office again,” Moussa added.
Biden is facing political pressure within his own party.
Immigration groups and progressives continue to urge the president to not concede any long-lasting policy changes during the last minute congressional negotiations.