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    Border Battle: Biden’s Controversial Executive Order | Saturday Extra

    enJune 08, 2024

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    • Border CrisisBiden's immigration order allowing 2,500 daily entries for asylum applicants faces criticism and potential lawsuits due to discretionary enforcement and potential mass influx of migrants.

      President Biden's executive order on immigration, which aims to secure the border by allowing 2,500 illegal aliens a day to enter the country and apply for asylum, has faced immediate criticism and threats of lawsuits due to its discretionary enforcement and the potential for mass influx of migrants. The order, according to Todd Binsman, Senior National Security Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, has exceptions that could allow most migrants to enter, and the enforcement part of it is left to the discretion of the officials, making it a controversial move that could lead to a historic border crisis.

    • Border policyComplex rules and exceptions create a perceived tough stance on border control while allowing for continued migration, and political maneuvers hinder effective policy changes

      The current border situation involves complex rules and exceptions leading to a perceived tough stance while allowing for continued migration. The rejected Senate bill, which Democrats blame Republicans for blocking, would have normalized 5,000 illegal entries daily and offered draconian measures but also included loopholes. The net result would have been more mass migration. The debate over immigration policy remains contentious, with both parties employing political maneuvers to appear tough on the border while addressing the underlying issues.

    • Asylum process reformThe Biden administration's 180-day asylum process without detention may lead to a large number of individuals disappearing without being deported or returned to their home countries, making it an ineffective deterrent for illegal border crossings.

      The discussion revolves around the Biden administration's asylum process reform, which aims to expedite it from years to 180 days without detention. However, critics argue that this could lead to a large number of individuals disappearing without being deported or returned to their home countries, making it an ineffective deterrent for illegal border crossings. The administration's deportation numbers, which are in the hundreds of thousands, are misleading as a significant portion of those are Mexican nationals who easily return to the border. The lack of substantial deportations for individuals from other countries, such as Venezuela, creates a weak deterrent for illegal border crossings from those nations. Furthermore, the proposed legislation that would have replaced the INA could have made it difficult for the administration to secure the border in the future. Overall, the discussion highlights the complexity and challenges surrounding immigration policy and border security.

    • Illegal border crossing, terror riskIndividuals from terror-risk countries have illegally entered the US and engaged in terrorist activities, posing an elevated vulnerability to terror attacks at the border

      The current border situation poses a significant risk of terror attacks against American people. Despite credible deterrence measures, there have been instances of individuals from terror-risk countries, such as Mauritania, Mauritania, and Jordan, entering the US illegally and engaging in terrorist activities. For instance, a Jordanian border crosser conducted a vehicle ramming attack outside Washington DC, and another Jordanian visa overstay and a Russian from Chechnya were involved in plotting to send money to Al-Nusrah Front in Syria after crossing the southern border. The FBI Director and the Department of Homeland Security have identified this border situation as creating an elevated vulnerability to terror attacks.

    • Border crossing cover-up, Political maneuversA man's undetected border crossing raises questions of a potential cover-up and the executive order on immigration faces opposition, highlighting ongoing debates and controversies surrounding immigration, border security, and political agendas.

      The discussion revolves around two main topics: the case of a man arrested for planning a terror attack who crossed the southern border undetected, and the recent executive order regarding immigration and border control. Regarding the first topic, the lack of reporting on the man's border crossing raises questions about a potential cover-up to protect the administration during the border crisis. Regarding the second topic, the executive order on immigration faces opposition from leftist groups and may not be implemented by the Biden administration, with some speculation that it was a political maneuver to blame the Republicans for blocking border control efforts. Overall, the conversation highlights ongoing debates and controversies surrounding immigration, border security, and political agendas.

    • Voting Rights Bill and Campaign IssueThe Democratic Party is using the stalled voting rights bill as a campaign issue in the midterm elections, potentially with the lawsuit over the bill being orchestrated ahead of time, while the surge in illegal immigration under the Biden administration was not a sudden event but rather a result of campaign promises made in 2019.

      The Democratic Party is using the stalled voting rights bill as a campaign issue leading up to the midterm elections. The lawsuit over the bill may have been orchestrated ahead of time between involved parties to expedite the process. Additionally, the author, Todd Binsman, argues that the surge in illegal immigration under the Biden administration was not a sudden event but rather a result of campaign promises made in 2019 that encouraged immigrants to come to the US border. Binsman's book documents interviews with immigrants who stated they were coming to the US because they were being let in, contradicting the notion that a specific global event caused the crisis.

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