A New Illegal Immigrant Crisis?!

(5MinNewsBreak.com) – Amid a crippling immigration crisis prompted by the Biden/Harris administration’s open border policies, Joe Biden’s 2024 reelection bid will see him bracing for a new massive wave of illegal aliens fleeing the escalating chaos in Haiti.

Pentagon officials, including senior figure Rebecca Zimmerman, have voiced concerns to the House Armed Services Committee about the possible arrival, with plans for enhanced support to the Coast Guard in anticipation.

Overseeing homeland defense, General Laura Richardson echoed the need to stay ready against a large-scale migration from Haiti and emphasized the request for better capabilities to manage such a scenario effectively.

Amidst this backdrop a leaked email from Miami border agents highlights a grim expectation: migrants arriving from Haiti might not face immediate deportation due to the dire situation on their home island, which signals a shift in enforcement tactics that could see Haitian migrants allowed into the U.S.

The leaked correspondence underscores the frightening prospect of Haiti’s collapse causing a non-repatriation stance in contrast to a notable 2021 incident when the administration deported over 20,000 Haitians, drawing sharp criticism from pro-migration advocates.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has previously demonstrated a capacity for severe measures against migrants when it politically serves Democrats: the Del Rio crisis serves as a testament to the administration’s willingness to act by employing mass deportations to mitigate political fallout.

As the administration navigates these challenges the threat of past migration crises looms large and offers warning tales of political repercussions tied to mishandling. The account of Cuban migrants in Arkansas during Bill Clinton’s tenure as governor serves as a stark reminder of the potential for unrest and political damage stemming from large-scale migration events.

However Mayorkas’ advocacy for migrant equity, coupled with expansive Temporary Legal Status grants and parole pathways, exemplifies a deep-rooted commitment to making migration easier.

With polls indicating widespread opposition to such pro-migration policies the coming months may force a key choice for Mayorkas and the Biden administration: keep letting aliens take over the country to the detriment of hardworking Americans or work with Republicans to find common ground on border security.

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