May 23, 2022

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The migration crisis in the United States is the worst moment for Biden

Havana -. US President Joe Biden is in trouble, and immigration is one of them, his country’s media warns, pointing out that a new crisis on the southern border will occur at a moment most inappropriate for him and his democratic colleagues. .

The Wall Street Journal reports that March will end with the arrest of the largest number of illegal immigrants on the dividing line with Mexico in “at least 22 years”.

Citing preliminary data from the Biden administration, the newspaper reported that the border guard had “made an estimated 7,000 fears a day in March.”

With more than 200,000 border patrol interruptions in the two months of July and August, illegal crossings into the area last summer rose to the highest level in decades.

Since then, there has been a slight decline and its downward trend is starting to reverse, The Hill said.

Recently, the Office of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that it had detained 164,973 illegal immigrants in February alone, an increase of seven percent compared to January and 73 percent more than in the second month of the previous year. .

“February saw a slight increase in the number of meetings on the southwest border, dominated by people from Mexico and the northern triangle, and most of the non-citizens were removed under Title 42,” said CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus. In a statement.

To complicate matters for Biden, the controversial move of the Donald Trump era, Chapter 42, was used to prevent the entry of immigrants for public health reasons (protected by the health emergency caused by the Govt-19 epidemic). .

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on April 1, Trump’s border controls imposed during the epidemic and the Bordeaux administration’s torture into immigration into the United States will end on May 23.

With the interruption of Article 42, immigrants may be detained or deported if they do not apply for asylum, or they may be released on U.S. territory while procedures to formalize their status are in place.

The implementation of the current administration’s rules has drawn criticism from leftists, immigrant supporters and members of the mainstream Democrats who do not know how to break the White House, such as Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (New York).

In that sense, the Executive Mansion expects the number of attempts to cross the border between the United States and Mexico to be greater after the repeal of that policy, which was used as a public health measure at the beginning of the epidemic The Hill. .

White House Director of Communications Kate Beddingfield told a news conference that the administration would “postpone” the responsibility for the CDC’s decision on when to complete the policy. Meanwhile, the Hispanic Caucasus in Congress added pressure to decide the outcome of Piton’s controversial plan.

The 38 members of the parliamentary committee sent a letter to Secretary of State Anthony Blingen; Health and Human Services, Xavier Bezera; Secretary of National Defense, Alejandro Meyerkos and Director of the CDC, Rochelle Valensky.

In it, the Biden administration argued in court that the order, which has been in effect since March 2020, should be stayed.

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“Trump’s chapter 42 must be completed now,” Congressmen said.

Until now, the strategy implemented by the Customs and Border Protection Agents has been periodically reviewed by the CDC to justify its use during Govt-19.

In fiscal year 2021 alone, more than 500 million migrants will be affected by this policy.

Congressmen are seeking clarifications from the authorities on how they determine if a family or individual is harming the health of the country and how to ensure proper care of children.

“For more than two years, asylum seekers have been illegally deported from the United States without due process,” said Joaquin Castro (Texas) of Congress, quoting the Hispanic newspaper La Opinion.

The Democrat called the current application of Article 42 “an unjust continuation of the Trump administration’s brutal immigration policies.”

Civil society organizations backed by senators, including Majority Leader Schumer, have also urged Pita to rescind the move.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials estimate that 18,000 undocumented immigrants are being prepared daily after the move was lifted.

However, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Myorgas said: “The DHS will enable persons found at the border under Article 8 in the absence of the 42nd Order, which will be used to deport people.”

“Let me be clear: those who cannot establish a legal basis to stay in the United States will be expelled,” he stressed. In other words: Deportation will continue.

Undoubtedly, the issue of immigration is the talk of the Red Army (the color that symbolizes the Republican Party) and they see it as the Achilles heel of President No. 46.

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Nearly seven months before the legislative election, the Republican opposition is trying to capitalize on the “horrors of Joe Biden’s open border crisis.”

Trump did not hesitate to launch himself against immigrants, and using the rally in Michigan, without any support, testified that between 10 and 12 million people would soon “invade” the United States.

As experts and the press have warned, the worst thing that could happen to Biden right now is that he is adding another problem to those already at home.

For example, the president faces decades of bad inflation, while his agenda continues to stagnate in Congress, largely due to internal divisions within the Democrats, which did not allow him to pass his built-back Better Bill, his ambitious social and climate spending plan.

Both of Biden’s immediate predecessors in the White House met with negative reviews ahead of their first midterm elections, and both saw their party representatives lose control of the House.

In November 2010, Republicans used a powerful red wave triggered by a tea party around the room, diminishing Barack Obama’s recognition.

With these experiences, Democrats fear what will happen when the balance of new forces is determined in Capitol Hill in November.

For now, Biden’s poor scores on the ballot continue.