The border crisis continues, and the numbers are not looking good. In the month of September alone, about 200,000 illegal immigrants crossed the southern border and were processed. And for the fiscal year 2023, which just ended, a whopping 2.2 million immigrants entered the country. This is the second year in American history where the number of crossings has exceeded 2 million. Clearly, this is a major problem that needs to be addressed.
Did Biden Just Admit That the Border Crisis Is Purposely Manufactured to Bring in New Democrat Voters?https://t.co/zI2uWFbnM5
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But what’s causing this mass migration of illegal immigrants? Well, President Joe Biden might have accidentally spilled the beans during an interview with a left-wing website. He basically admitted that the Democrats have been losing support from blue-collar white men who are concerned about the economy and cultural changes in the country. Biden said that his party needs to “treat them with respect” and not change how they operate. Wait, what? It seems like Biden is more focused on pandering to specific voting groups than actually resolving the border crisis.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise though. Democrats have been struggling to maintain support from various voter demographics, including minorities. In the 2020 election, Donald Trump actually gained more support from black voters, with 12 percent voting for him compared to 8 percent in 2016. And a recent poll showed that 18 percent of black voters would back Trump. The promises made by Democrats every election cycle seem to fall flat, and voters are catching on.
Similarly, Democrats haven’t had much success with Hispanic voters either. While 72 percent of Hispanic votes went to Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections, that number dropped to 60 percent in 2022. Many Hispanics care about issues beyond immigration, like the economy, and they’re realizing that the Republican party aligns more with their values. Maria Montero, a Hispanic GOP House candidate, pointed out that many in her community care about the economy as a common sense issue, not a race or party issue.
So, what was Biden even talking about when he mentioned that America will soon be a “minority-white-European” country? It seems like the Democrats are trying to replace their shrinking voter base among minorities with a whole new voting base through mass immigration. This is a risky strategy that could backfire on them in the 2024 elections. According to a poll, only 33.6 percent of Americans think Biden is doing a good job on immigration. The American people are not blind to the crisis at the border, and they’re not happy with how it’s being handled.
And it’s not just Biden who’s talking about this border secret. Alejandro Mayorkas, the Department of Homeland Security Secretary, has openly admitted that he’s building a system to supply cheap labor to American employers and investors while giving “equity” to poor immigrants. This focus on providing benefits to immigrants over protecting the country and its citizens is concerning, to say the least. Congress members like Rep. Delia Ramirez and Rep. Robert Garcia, both Democrats, seem to have lost touch with the fact that we are a nation of legal immigrants, not illegal ones.
The Democrats are getting closer and closer to revealing their true intentions behind their lax immigration policies, and it’s not looking good. Mass immigration may seem like a way for the Democrats to secure a new voting base, but it’s a dangerous gamble that could have negative consequences for the country. It’s time for the Biden administration to take real action and secure the border to protect the American people.