Give President Joe Biden credit where it’s due.
He will keep his promises, one of which is creating illegal-alien anarchy and flooding the country with poverty-stricken Third World immigrants.
Since inauguration day, he has stopped deportations, sent a “pathway-to-citizenship” bill to Congress, and most frighteningly, ordered the release of some 14,000 detained illegals. He is determined to destroy whatever progress his predecessor made in stopping the demographic dispossession of the American people.
The Biden Rule is easy to understand. Anyone from Timbuktu to Tierra del Fuego is a citizen no matter how he entered the country.
Carlson Reveals Release Order
Fox talker Tucker Carlson revealed the most shocking and potentially dangerous of the three measures.
Carlson claimed to have laid his hands on an internal memo blasted to ICE personnel:
As of midnight tonight, stop all removals. This includes Mexican bus runs, charter flights and commercial removals (until further notice) … all cases are to be considered [no significant likelihood of removal in foreseeable future].
But the memo also added something that portends great danger for Americans: “Release them all, immediately. No sponsor available is not acceptable any longer.”
If followed to the letter, ICE will loose at least 14,715 illegals upon an unsuspecting public, ICE data show. How many are rapists and murderers might be impossible to know.
Carlson did not show a copy of the order. But it’s hardly impossible to believe given that Biden’s acting homeland security secretary, Trump holdover David Pekoske, shut down deportations on inauguration day.
“Due to limited resources, DHS cannot respond to all immigration violations or remove all persons unlawfully in the United States,” his open-borders memorandum reads.
Thus, the administration’s “priorities” at the frontier with Mexico will be terrorists and illegals apprehended after November 1:
Accordingly, and pending the completion of the review set forth in section A, I am directing an immediate pause on removals of any noncitizen with a final order of removal (except as noted below) for 100 days to go into effect as soon as practical and no later than January 22, 2021.
In other words, even illegals already ordered to leave the country can stay.
The unnamed author of the release order told Carlson that he was merely “the messenger.” The policy, he said, was not his.
Also on January 20, Biden released his plan to make 11 million new Democrat voters by legalizing some 11 million illegal aliens. And the government won’t call them “aliens,” anymore, either. Instead, they will be “noncitizens.”
“The bill allows undocumented individuals to apply for temporary legal status, with the ability to apply for green cards after five years if they pass criminal and national security background checks and pay their taxes,” the fact sheet on the bill explains:
Dreamers, TPS holders, and immigrant farmworkers who meet specific requirements are eligible for green cards immediately under the legislation. After three years, all green card holders who pass additional background checks and demonstrate knowledge of English and U.S. civics can apply to become citizens. Applicants must be physically present in the United States on or before January 1, 2021. The Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may waive the presence requirement for those deported on or after January 20, 2017 who were physically present for at least three years prior to removal for family unity and other humanitarian purposes. Lastly, the bill further recognizes America as a nation of immigrants by changing the word “alien” to “noncitizen” in our immigration laws.
So any “noncitizen” ambitious enough to have jumped the border before December 31 can stay here indefinitely.
The bill also protects illegal-alien sex deviants who call themselves LGBTQ, and amusingly, it includes “protections” for “Filipino veterans who fought alongside the United States in World War II.”
The bill will invite a deluge of new foreign workers, and will even permit their children to take jobs that would have gone to Americans.