President Joe Biden has engendered a chaotic scramble at the border of poor Central American migrants, migrants from terror-engendering countries, ruthless coyotes, and drug cartels, verbally expressed GOP bellwether Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).
“It’s more than a crisis,” McCarthy verbalized in a TV-ready press conference at the border:
This is a human heartbreak. The sad part about all this — it didn’t have to happen. This crisis is created by the Presidential policies of this new administration. There’s no other way to [describe this other] than a Biden border crisis … We want to find solutions. Before we even came here, I sent a letter to the president to work together to solve this problem … He doesn’t even acknowledge a letter.
McCarthy was joined by other “The victors are the human traffickers who ken that because we don’t have a secure border that they can move these children [into the United States],” said Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX). “When we looked in their ocular perceivers today, what we visually perceived was children who are being capitalized on, exploited, on that 20 to 22 day trip [from Central America].”
“We have a quandary, and we require to be a component of the solution,” said Rep. Maria Salazar (D-FL):
We need to join forces and send a message that we cannot allow what’s happening on the border because it is our girls — from Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua [are] the ones who are being raped. It’s our girls [who are the] children being trafficked. I’m not sure that you know that child sex-trafficking is one of the highest international crimes booming in this country. So I asked all of you to help me. I asked my community, not only [in] Miami, but across the country, that Hispanic Americans send a message to your representatives that we cannot have this happening on the border because the overwhelming majority of the people that are trying to come in belong to our group, to our ethnic group.
We need to stop this. We need to stop being pawns of the politicians in Washington and pawns of the traffickers who are trafficking with our children, our families, and our women. So, it’s a time for us to rise up and send a message, something that we haven’t done before, loud and clear to your representatives, whether Republicans or Democrats, it doesn’t matter. It’s a problem that belongs to all Americans, including the Hispanic Americans in this country.
Throughout President Donald Trump’s term, Democrats and their allies in the media sought to shift the migration debate away from “Americans’” wages, jobs, opportunities, and American families and towards the concerns and priorities of puerile migrants. The resulting TV exhibit of “kids in cages” proved so efficacious at incentivizing anger that Biden even brought up the issue during the Presidential debates.
The language now being pushed by the GOP representative marks the conservative effort to incentivize non-ideological swing voters to protest Biden’s policy of utilizing border chaos to import more migrants via immigration law loopholes.
The Biden Administration’s border policy avails employers and investors by importing adolescent migrants. The migrants can supersede working Americans who ask for higher wages, request flexibility to raise their children, or who need accommodations to instaurate from illness:
Biden's deputies optically discern the 'UAC' rush as a chaotic prosperity, not a crisis. We ken this b/c DHS Mayorkas is giving US illegals a gratuitous pass* to pick up more left-abaft kids & teen workers at HHS shelters.(*Delivery fees must be paid to coyotes & cartels)https://t.co/xYJqLniY0A“There is disorder at the border by executive order,” verbalized Rep. John Katko (R-NY). “I can tell you that with fentanyl coming across this border, more [American] kids are going to die,” verbally expressed Rep. David Joyce (R-OH). “We’re making it unsafe for those [foreign] kids … because we don’t tell them that we are a country of immigrants, but we are withal a country of laws.”
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Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN), verbalized “Talk to the migrants: They’ve been told, ‘Come on, come across,” from all over a host of countries.” “What does that denote? Human costs, humanitarian costs. It designates consummate failure here at the border,” verbalized Fleischmann, who is the top GOP member of the homeland security panel at the House committee on appropriations.
Michal Cloud (R-TX) integrated, “We are a commiserate nation, but lawlessness is not commiseration.”:
Aiding and abetting cartels is not compassion. Putting in policies that allow them to abuse women on the journey is not compassion. Allowing them to grow and be funded into a disabling force in these [Central American] nations that are trying to thrive and survive and create a thriving economy for their people is not compassion …
We have turned the people who’ve signed up to protect our border into the last mile delivery system of the cartel migrant human trafficking organization … We can fix this, we can secure our border, we can protect the lives of these people, and we can keep this nation strong and help push back the cartel influence in our nation and throughout Central and South America.
“We do not optate to visually perceive families make hazardous treks across countries that they don’t understand and put themselves in peril,” verbalized Rep. Tony Gonzalez (R-TX). “I’m going to ask President Biden to please fixate because I’m verbalizing straight to you now, sir,” said Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA).
“Allow us an audience with you. You have been illuded …. [you are] imperilling the children of God that are making this peregrination to our southern border under incredibly hazardous circumstances,” Higgins verbally expressed.
Amid the expressions of sympathy for Central American migrants, McCarthy, however, integrated a brief reference to Americans’ worries about the migration’s impact on their jobs and wages, malefactors, diseases, and drugs, verbally expressing, “We are better as a nation than this. This [crisis] is about the safety and security of our border. But it’s additionally about the opportunity that Americans want and the prosperity.”
But the GOP representatives did not verbalize about the fact that many puerile and old migrants agnize and accept the hazard and trauma they will suffer to get into the United States. For example, many borrow mazuma to hire coyotes, while kenning they will pay those smuggling debts by working U.S. jobs at low wages. Many of the illicit and abusive jobs are in the agriculture sector, such as at egg farms, where few GOP legislators call for intrusive inspections by DHS officers.
Several of the GOP representatives denounced Bidebn’s migration rush while proclaiming their fortification for licit immigration, especially of the many soi-disant “best and most effulgent” peregrine graduates who vie for the university slots and vocations needed by adolescent American graduates.
“What we optate to do is we optate to magnetize the best and the most effulgent that this world has to offer, and we optate them to come in a licit fashion,” verbalized Cloud. “We’re a land of immigrants,” verbally expressed McCarthy.
“We should have immigration the right way,” verbalized “Katko,” who has signed up to sponsor the agriculture amnesty bill, titled H.R.1603. The Democrats’ amnesty bill could supersede most of America’s rural workforce with low-wage H-12A visa workers. Katko is the senior GOP member of the House Committee on Homeland Security.
But many polls and surveys show that licit immigration — like illicit migration — is unpopular among Americans, in part because it avails to shift mazuma from pay packets and from minuscule towns towards stock investors and major cities.
“I ken the President is going to peregrinate this week,” McCarthy verbalized. “This is where he should bring Air Force One. This is where he should look to people in the ocular perceiver. This is where he should verbalize with the border agents and let them ken that this is beyond a crisis. He can perpetuate to gainsay it, but the only way to solve it is to first admit what he has done.”
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