Biden’s New Migrant Stance Just Like Something He Called ‘Inhumane’ When Trump Said It (Video)

With a crisis of his own making blowing up at the Border, Biden needs to do damage control. He has a message for the would-be immigrants — stay away.

It isn’t exactly the welcoming message Biden WANTS to offer them, but the stories [of how he’s cramming kids into cages; or into tents where they are underfed, overrowded, and seldom shower; or finally that teenage boys are packed into a convention center] have been piling up.

When you find yourself contemplating using NASA facilities to house foreign-born children… you’ve gone terribly wrong somewhere.

Frankly, Joe is looking like a chump over his handling of this issue. Worse, he’s even pissing off Mexicans for how his open-border policies are enriching the criminal cartels in Mexico. NOT a good look.

Don’t misunderstand — Joe really IS ‘all in’ for this illegal immigration idea. He loves it. And why wouldn’t he? It’s the Democrat party’s surest path to assuming permanent power, after all. But the situation is being mishandled so badly that he’s coming off like an incompetent.

So now Joe — and his administration — are changing their tune.

President Joe Biden said in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday that his message to migrants is “Don’t come over.”

Amid a surge of migrants and unaccompanied minors on the U.S. southern border, Stephanopoulos asked the president, “Do you have to say quite clearly, ‘Don’t come’?”

“Yes, I can say quite clearly: Don’t come over,” Biden said during the wide-ranging interview in Darby, Pennsylvania.

“Don’t leave your town or city or community,” he added. — ABC

This is pretty much what DHS Secretary Mayorkas said on Good Morning America:

It’s sounding like Joe’s solution to the illegal immigration crisis is for those who want to come in to patiently wait on the OTHER side of the border, and come across in a more orderly fashion. Any plan for ‘coming across in an orderly fashion’ really doesn’t sound like Joe at all, does it?

The course of action he has decided to take was… for would-be asylum seekers to — now hear me out — wait in Mexico?

All this backpedaling makes THIS rushed decision and Executive Order seem kind of foolish, now doesn’t it?

The Department of Homeland Security announced two significant immigration policy changes late Wednesday that include a 100-day pause on deportations for some undocumented immigrants. The department also announced that asylum seekers who attempt to enter the United States will no longer be part of a controversial policy enacted under former President Donald Trump that has forced tens of thousands to wait in Mexico for American court hearings.

The deportation moratorium and changes to the Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as “remain in Mexico,” come on President Joe Biden’s first day in office. He also signed executive orders rolling back additional Trump-era immigration policies. —TexasTribune

But why should we count on Joe to make the right decision … for practically anything? He’s already shown us who he is…

Cross-posted with Clash Daily


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