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Biden’s Upcoming New Regulations for Illegal Immigrant

So, word on the street is they’re gearing up to drop a new asylum regulation, set to shake things up as early as Thursday.

This should be interesting.

The Department of Homeland Security’s announced they’ve got a plan. They want to shift the denial process to the initial screening stage at the border.

So now they’re streamlining immigration?

But can we trust the DHS to actually stick to this ‘screening’?

“Are you an asylum seeker?


“That works for me, you can come in!”

Fox News reports:

The Biden administration is reportedly planning to announce an asylum regulation as early as Thursday that would allow officials to remove some illegal immigrants earlier in the asylum process. Although it is far short of broader changes envisioned by either the administration or Republicans.

The Department of Homeland Security is planning to issue a regulation that would apply denials to eligibility for those claiming asylum at the initial screening stage at the border rather than during the interview stage, Politico reported.

Should migrants fail to meet those criteria, it would allow officials to expedite their removal. Officials told the outlet it would allow officials to move more quickly on those who are national security or public safety threats.

It is unclear to what extent the rule would change the situation at the border. The rule would likely only apply to those who are screened for an asylum claim. The Biden administration last year implemented a broader asylum rule that makes illegal immigrants ineligible for asylum if they have crossed multiple countries without claiming asylum. Since that rule was enacted, the border saw a monthly record for border crossings in December, although numbers have since decreased.

The rule would also be far short of sweeping changes proposed by the Biden administration, which has called on Congress to provide additional funding and a sweeping immigration reform bill it introduced on day one to tackle what it says is a “broken” system.

More recently, it has called for the passage of a bipartisan border agreement that would provide additional funding and implement an expulsion mechanism that would come into play if encounters rose above an average of 5,000 a day. Conservatives rejected the agreement, arguing it normalized already excessive levels of illegal immigration.

“Look folks, it’s been a simple choice,” Biden said at the State of the Union in March. “We can fight about fixing the border, or we can fix it. I’m ready to fix it. Send me the border bill now.”

It has also been reported by multiple outlets that the administration is considering the use of a law known as 212(f), which allows the president to suspend the entry of foreign nationals if he determines it is not in the best interest of the country.

Republicans have said the Biden administration can fix the crisis by itself by ending its current policies and resuming Trump-era policies they believe largely solved the border crisis. They point to border wall construction, the Remain-in-Mexico policy and increased interior enforcement.

This isn’t about ‘asylum for migrants’ and making sure they come in the legal way to get it.

We can all see what it’s truly about.

It’s about allowing this invasion to occur, to replace us, to cause crimes and murder, and to have sleeper cells sneak in this country among them, waiting for the signal for mass unrest.

Pray them down!


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