By Ethan Huff // May 08, 2023
In anticipation of fake president Joe Biden's axing of Title 42, hordes of foreign nationals from all around the world are flying to America's southern border so they can rush into the country illegally after its anticipated May 11 expiration.
One of the few remaining border controls still in place, Title 42 is a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "pandemic"-era provision invoked by President Donald Trump to ensure that federal immigration officials had the ability to quickly return millions of illegal aliens back into Mexico after being caught in the United States.
Biden is scheduled to put an end to Title 42 on May 11, and instead create a new catch-and-release pipeline scheme to do the exact opposite of Title 42. In essence, the Biden regime wants to make it as easy as possible for illegals to enter the country illicitly and embed themselves into American communities.
(Related: Check out our earlier coverage about the expiration of Title 42 and what it means for the future of illegal immigration into the U.S.)
Biden's new catch-and-release pipelines will fast-track illegal alien resettlement into the United States
One foreign national who spoke to KGTV in San Diego explained that he took three separate flights from Jamaica to end up in Tijuana, Mexico, located just south of California along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Once Title 42 is ended by Biden, this person hopes to get released into the U.S. interior through one of Biden's catch-and-release pipelines.
"We just have to wait here," the foreign national is quoted as saying. "We took a few planes to come here. We took three planes."
Just to be clear, the person who said this fully admits that he does not have a valid claim for asylum, meaning he is not a qualified migrant. His reasons for fleeing Jamaica with the intent of illegally resettling in the U.S. include rampant crime in his home country.
Biden's Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in the post-Title 42 era, is likely to funnel this person and many others like him straight into the U.S. where they will be allowed to resettle just about any place they wish – except for Martha's Vineyard and other wealthy enclaves, which have made it clear that illegals are not to be allowed in their posh communities.
"A lot of us want to come here and make it better, come out of the violence," the man from Jamaica added. "We don't want to go back home to the violence ... I think it's better here than in Jamaica where the violence is. They won't treat us that badly, I think. So, hopefully, I'm right."
Other places from which planes are landing in Mexico to await Title 42's end include Ghana, Columbia, Haiti, and India. Some 15,000 people from Haiti alone are said to be waiting in Mexico for the opportunity to illegally enter and resettle through one of Biden's invasion pipelines.
Biden's DHS announced this week that it will be sending another 1,5000 U.S. troops to the southern border – not to carry out any law enforcement duties, just to be clear, but rather to help all these illegals enter the country illicitly as quickly as possible.
"Biden wants to send troops to the border – not to secure it and enforce our immigration laws – but to process illegal immigrants faster," said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.). "It's a publicity stunt that does nothing to stop Joe Biden's border crisis."
Once Title 42 ends, it is expected that close to 400,000 people will illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border into the U.S. every single month until eventually the country is completely taken over by illegals.
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