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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Rep. Mayra Flores: Biden Admin Encourages Illegal Immigration

The policies of President Joe Biden are encouraging people to risk their lives by trying to illegally enter the U.S., said recently elected Congresswoman Mayra Flores from South Texas.

“He is not saying it with words, but he is saying it with actions — with what he is doing,” said Congresswoman Flores in an exclusive interview. “He is telling the people to practically come, bring everyone, take the risk, and endanger your children.” . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Rep. Mayra Flores: Biden Admin Encourages Illegal Immigration

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Rep. Mayra Flores: Biden Admin Encourages Illegal Immigration

The policies of President Joe Biden are encouraging people to risk their lives by trying to illegally enter the U.S., said recently elected Congresswoman Mayra Flores from South Texas.

“He is not saying it with words, but he is saying it with actions — with what he is doing,” said Congresswoman Flores in an exclusive interview. “He is telling the people to practically come, bring everyone, take the risk, and endanger your children.” . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Rep. Mayra Flores: Biden Admin Encourages Illegal Immigration

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Rep. Mayra Flores: Biden Admin Encourages Illegal Immigration

The policies of President Joe Biden are encouraging people to risk their lives by trying to illegally enter the U.S., said recently elected Congresswoman Mayra Flores from South Texas.

“He is not saying it with words, but he is saying it with actions — with what he is doing,” said Congresswoman Flores in an exclusive interview. “He is telling the people to practically come, bring everyone, take the risk, and endanger your children.” . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Rep. Mayra Flores: Biden Admin Encourages Illegal Immigration

The Employment Situation of Immigrants and the U.S.-Born in the First Quarter of 2022

While the overall unemployment rate for immigrants and the U.S.-born has returned to pre-pandemic levels, this obscures the low labor force participation rate of the U.S.-born, particularly those without a bachelor’s degree. The unemployed only includes those who have actively looked for a job in the prior four weeks, while labor force participation measures the share of all working-age people holding a job or actively looking for one. If the labor force participation rate for these less-educated Americans was the same in 2022 as it was 2000, then seven million more people would be in the labor force. . . . Read more about The Employment Situation of Immigrants and the U.S.-Born in the First Quarter of 2022

Denial of mass immigration policy realities is exposing the holes in Biden's bold environmental climate agenda

Better keep President Biden's hot air balloon ready for the escape. It's looking more like the Wizard's curtains are being drawn back further to expose the president's delusion that his mass immigration policies can continue alongside his bold environmental protection agenda. 

The Administration will soon hold its second sale of leases on federal lands to drill more oil. Understandably, this angers environmentalists, seeing it as a betrayal of the president's campaign promises to address carbon emissions reductions and save 30 percent of lands and waters. . . . Read more about Denial of mass immigration policy realities is exposing the holes in Biden's bold environmental climate agenda

Biden’s DHS closing gap in California border wall Trump wanted filled in

The Biden administration has quietly given the green light to completing a border barrier separating Southern California from Mexico — a project that was initially planned by the Trump White House.

In late May, the Department of Homeland Security announced it would replace a “deteriorated barrier” located near the cross-border Friendship Park in Imperial Beach, just south of San Diego. . . . Read more about Biden’s DHS closing gap in California border wall Trump wanted filled in

Poll: Majority of Latinos Support Key Trump-Era Border Policy

A majority of Latinos agree with Title 42, a Trump-era policy used to quickly expel migrants due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a poll released Thursday by Axios-Ipsos Latino in partnership with Noticias Telemundo.

Of the Latinos polled, 51 percent strongly agreed or somewhat agreed with Title 42 remaining, while 44 percent were opposed to keeping it, according to Axios. . . . Read more about Poll: Majority of Latinos Support Key Trump-Era Border Policy

“When fully active under President Trump, MPP required many illegal border crossers to remain in Mexico while they waited for an immigration judge to consider the merits of their applications, many of which were dubious asylum claims. Thus, MPP effectivel

A majority of Latinos agree with Title 42, a Trump-era policy used to quickly expel migrants due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a poll released Thursday by Axios-Ipsos Latino in partnership with Noticias Telemundo.

Of the Latinos polled, 51 percent strongly agreed or somewhat agreed with Title 42 remaining, while 44 percent were opposed to keeping it, according to Axios. . . . Read more about “When fully active under President Trump, MPP required many illegal border crossers to remain in Mexico while they waited for an immigration judge to consider the merits of their applications, many of which were dubious asylum claims. Thus, MPP effectivel

Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

Mexico’s government issued approximately 3,000 travel permits to members of a migrant caravan that arrived over the weekend in Chiapas. Rather than trying to stop the group, authorities issued permits and allowed them to continue north in a fragmented manner. . . . Read more about Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

Group of 300 Migrants Cross into Southwest Texas Border Town

EAGLE PASS, Texas — In one large group, more than 300 migrants crossed the Rio Grande Sunday as temperatures exceeded the 100-degree Fahrenheit mark. As Border Patrol and Texas Highway Patrol Troopers managed nearby traffic, many migrants pleaded for water.

The group consisted of mostly single adults from Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic. Breitbart Texas spoke to several who said they had been traveling for at least four months.  . . . Read more about Group of 300 Migrants Cross into Southwest Texas Border Town

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