Every single action by Joe Biden and Democrats since January 2021 has resulted in the total destruction of the American way of life.
Every single one.
The inflation, the gas prices, the foreign policy, the spending, Ketanji Brown Jackson, the radical America-hating judges, the DC Gulag — It was all meant to take down America.
But the greatest assault on America is waiting on the southern side of the US border in Mexico.
Over 170,000 illegal aliens are waiting, just waiting, for Joe Biden to end President Trump’s COVID-era policies that allowed immediate expulsions of illegal aliens during a public health emergency. This massive group of illegals is waiting for Biden to end Trump’s COVID policies so they can storm the border. The invasion is days away.
The Department of Homeland Security put out a call for volunteers to assist with the invasion.
Steve Bannon and Ben Berquam discussed this cataclysmic development on The War Room.
U.S. intelligence officials are privately bracing for a massive influx of more than 170,000 migrants at the Mexico border if COVID-era policies that allow instant expulsions during the public health emergency are ended, sources with direct knowledge of the discussions tell Axios.
- The response under way includes a newly created — and previously unreported — Southwest Border Coordination Center (SBCC), essentially a war room to coordinate an interagency response.
Why it matters: Border officials have used Title 42 more than 1 million times to rapidly expel migrants at the southern border without hearing asylum claims. But the Trump-era order wasn’t set up to be permanent, and senior Biden officials are preparing for its end as the virus is brought under control.
- Department of Homeland Security intelligence estimates that perhaps 25,000 migrants already are waiting in Mexican shelters just south of the border for Title 42 to end.
- On Wednesday, DHS Deputy Secretary John Tien asked employees “to consider stepping forward to support the DHS Volunteer Force,” citing large numbers of migrants at the southwest border, according to an email seen by Axios. The email seeks general support for U.S. Customs and Border Protection and help with data entry.