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Open borders will reduce the number of migrants

Migration advocates tell Democrats and reporters that fewer migrants will be registered at the border each month once the Title 42 anti-disease border rule is removed.

The implausible claims come as President Joe Biden is being pulled in two directions. Democratic lawmakers and voters want him to keep the Title 42 border barrier past its scheduled May 23 expiration date — but his trade and progressive allies want him to remove the barrier.

“The administration’s decision to roll back Title 42 is wrong and reckless,” Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) told Politico on April 20. His voice matters because he is likely the Democratic nominee in the Ohio Senate race this year.

Biden’s pro-migration border chief Alejandro Mayorkjas is using the Title 42 barrier to exclude only about half of economic migrants arriving at the US southern border. But it brings most rejected migrants back to Mexico by bus, instead of flying them home. This lax policy allows rejected migrants to try again and again to sneak past border guards.

Repeat crossings of Mayorkas swell the monthly figures, which hit 221,000 in March 2022, officials say.

Mayorkas’ inflated numbers create a public relations problem for Biden, say pro-migration activists who want to admit all migrants. They argue that Biden and the Democrats would have fewer political problems if they opened the border to almost all migrants the first time they show up at the border.

“It is misleading to suggest that the number of administration numbers is so high simply because of Title 42 and the so-called double counting of repeated attempts,” countered Robert Law, a law enforcement advocate who worked for President Donald Trump’s department. Internal security.

“The [monthly] the numbers are high because the Biden administration [welcoming] policies encourage these numbers,” Law told Breitbart News. Law now works with the Center for Immigration Studies.

At least one former Biden official publicly agrees the numbers will go up: “I think the numbers will go up when Title 42 is removed,” Tyler Moran, a former immigration official in the Biden administration, told Slate. .com.

Additionally, Mayorkas’ 115-page plan to respond to the end of Title 42 projects a massive spike in migration.

The White House has announced that Title 42 will be lifted on May 23. But a growing number of Democratic lawmakers, and apparently some White House officials, are looking for ways to extend the barrier as they fear rejection in November by many swing voters.

In response, pro-migration administration officials and their allies claim that openness is less.

“Once Title 42 is lifted…if they try again, they’re committing a crime,” an official told Fox News, which also reported:

The White House cited figures from February, noting that in February, under the Title 42 order, more than 90,000 people were deported for attempting to cross the border, and warned that they will not had “no legal hurdles to try again and again”.

Axios got the same open rhetoric from “Biden administration officials,” possibly Mayorkas deputies:

Once Title 42 is lifted, they say, the administration will properly treat migrants. Those deported after being processed would face more severe consequences than those deported quickly under the current system.

Officials did not tell reporters that the eviction “process” takes several years.

During this processing time, migrants can get jobs, pay off contraband debts to coyotes and cartels, import their wives and children, apply for green cards, and also hide from federal deportation officers when they are sent home. Thus, the much-vaunted “process” increases the existing illegal immigrant population that is used by investors to drive down wages and drive up housing prices.

In effect, the legal process provides a legal facade for the bipartisan extractive migration economic policy that is boosting the US economy with more consumers, tenants, and foreign workers.

Progressives who are backed by business and investor groups echo the assertion of more is less.

“Further delay to ‘buy time’ to pursue Trump’s policies that will cause more cruelty, repeat entries and inflated border statistics would be a political miscalculation… [and] a moral and legal miscalculation. tweeted Eleanor Acer, director of Human Rights First.

“Title 42 does not work!” claims Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, a pro-migration American Immigration Council advocate:

It makes things worse. It’s counterproductive. Last month, 2 out of 5 people apprehended by Border Patrol had already been apprehended and deported at least once. Average repeat cruiser is now caught more than 3 times! Title 42 is responsible.

Migration advocates are also trying to portray supporters of the Title 42 policy as immoral acolytes of former Trump aide Stephen Miller, a man hated by many progressives. “Just absolutely crazy to see Democrats adopting a policy implemented by Stephen Miller”, mentioned Mario Carrillo, activist of the progressive group American’s Voice. “I’ll never understand which voters they’re trying to win over by basically admitting that Stephen Miller’s assault on asylum suits them.”

Inflation caused by repeat arrivals is an element of monthly border figures, Law countered. But those numbers will grow faster if authorities remove the Title 42 barrier between poor migrants and jobs in the United States, he added:

the [migrants] are rational thinkers, and they have an economic incentive [to cross the border] if they see that title 42 has been lifted. If they think they are more likely than ever to be allowed inside the country… We will win 10 newcomers [for every reduced repeat crosser] and they will come further and further.

Biden’s team should revert to Trump’s policies, he said. Economic migrants arriving at the border should be denied entry, not released for employment, he said. “They need to be sent back to their country of origin… which makes the [economic] calculating from the alien’s perspective that much more difficult.

Some migration advocates accept Law’s prediction.

“At the border. I think the numbers will go up when Title 42 is removed,” Tyler Moran, a former immigration official in the Biden administration, told Slate.com. She continued:

There have been a lot of reports about the high number of arrests at the border. But [each] apprehension means the system is working. This means that Border Patrol apprehends or catches people at the border. And some of these people will seek asylum and they will have the right to do so. And some of those people will be deleted. In fact, if you look at the general percentage of people who apply for asylum, it’s only about 30.5% of people… [So] we can defend secure and well-managed borders and the right of people to seek asylum. It’s not a choice.

“When title 42 is removed, anyone [in the world] will have the right to seek asylum,” she added.

Furthermore, “immigrants have always been a huge boon to our country economically but also culturally… We need immigrants to keep our economy afloat,” she said.

Overall, Mayorkas’ team has released 840,000 migrants in the United States since January 2021, despite a federal law mandating migrant detention.

This agency-approved influx is only part of the immigration influx.

For example, the agency’s estimates indicate that around 600,000 migrants were detected crossing the border, but were classified as “fleeing” because they were not caught. Additionally, Biden officials have welcomed a huge influx of legal and visa immigrants. Overall, the huge influx probably accounts for one legal or illegal migrant for every two American births.

Checkout Migration

Since at least 1990, the DC establishment has used a wide variety of excuses and explanations – for example, “Nation of Immigrants” – to justify its economic policy of extracting tens of millions of migrants and workers. visa holders from poor countries to serve as legal or lawful status. illegal workers, consumers and tenants for various US investors and CEOs.

The self-interested economic strategy of extractive migration has no stopping point. It’s brutal for ordinary Americans because it shrinks their career opportunities, cuts their wages and salaries, increases their housing costs, and has driven at least ten million American men out of the labor force.

Extractive migration also distorts the economy and stunts Americans’ productivity, in part because it allows employers to use hunched labor instead of machines. Migration also reduces the political clout of voters, undermines employee rights in the workplace, and widens regional wealth gaps between Democrats’ coastal states and Republicans’ Heartland states.

An economy based on extractive migration also alienates young people and radicalizes Americans’ democratic and compromise-promoting civic culture, as it allows wealthy elites to ignore desperate Americans at home. low of the society.

The economic strategy also kills many migrants, exploits the poor, divides foreign families and extracts wealth from poor home countries.

Extractive migration policy is supported by progressives who wish to transform the United States from a society ruled by a European-descended civic culture into an empire ruled by progressives from competing identity groups. “We are trying to become the world’s first multi-racial, multi-ethnic superpower,” Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) said. New York Times March 21th. “It will be an extraordinary achievement…we will end up triumphing,” he insisted.

Unsurprisingly, the wealth extraction migration policy is wildly unpopular, according to a wide variety of polls.

Polls show deep and broad public opposition to labor migration and the influx of temporary workers into jobs sought by young American college graduates.

The opposition is growing, protesting, multiracial, heterosexual, non-racist, class, bipartisan, rationalpersevering, and recognizes the solidarity that Americans owe to each other.

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