February 10, 2024: The Continued INVASION of America… The Insanity Will NOT End

America’s ‘Last Best Place‘ Is Overrun by Mexican Cartels Because Gangsters ‘Can Charge 20 TIMES the Price for Drugs‘ – With Overdoses ‘SURGING’

Mexican drugs cartels have expanded all the way north and are targeting America’s ‘last best place’ by preying on vulnerable Native American communities in Montana.

A recent report showed Montana to be the second most ‘addicted’ state with 18.2 percent of the state’s population using illicit drugs in 2021 – a figure that has only been rising as time goes on.

Drug cartels from Mexico are drawn to the state of Montana because of how much money they can squeeze out of residents…. (Continue to full article)

Denver Slashes $5M From Its Parks and Rec Budget as It Prepares to Spend $180 MILLION to Shelter Migrants in 2024

Denver officials warn that the 38,464 migrants they have served since late 2022 are increasing every single day. The Mile High City is one of a number of Democrat-run metropolises that have seen

The city is one of many that migrants are routinely shuttled to after entering the US, with weak southern border policies allowing December to shatter the record for CBP migrant encounters at over 302,000.

Alongside the $5 million being slashed from the two departments’ budgets, Denver officials are also set to take $10 million from contingency funds and $15 million from city-wide maintenance projects.

But with those costs only totaling $30 million, there remains a $150 million shortfall caused directly by the migrant crisis… (Continue to full article)

Biden Issues Threat Over Border Bill…

Will Let More Illegal Immigrants Stay in U.S.

Republican lawmakers slammed President Joe Biden and his administration after the White House threatened that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would reduce removal operations of illegal immigrants if Congress refused to pass the Senate’s border bill.

During a press gaggle aboard Air Force One on Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed that ICE will “be forced to reduce operations because of budget shortfalls” in the “coming weeks.”

The press secretary appeared to shift the blame Wednesday for the border crisis that has taken place under the Biden administration’s open border policies. Jean-Pierre argued that congressional Republicans are prioritizing “partisan politics” instead of U.S. national security by “refusing to pass the bipartisan national security agreement.”… (Continue to full article)

Chinese Migrants Now the Fastest-Growing Group Trying to Cross Into the U.S.

The number of migrants arriving at the southern border is unprecedented. Last year, U.S. Customs and Border Protection recorded two-and-a-half million instances of detaining or turning away people attempting to cross into the United States from Mexico.

So what’s the fastest growing group among them? Chinese migrants. Yes, you heard that right…Chinese. We saw large groups, including many from the middle class, come through a 4-foot gap at the end of a border fence 60 miles east of San Diego.

The illegal entryway is a new route for those hoping to live in America… (Continue to full article)

House Republicans Push To ‘Deport’ Alejandro Mayorkas

Lyin’-Ass Mayorkas

The House Homeland Security Committee’s report on impeaching Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says it is about “deporting” him from his position.

“This Committee, through these articles of impeachment, begins the process of deporting Secretary Mayorkas from his position on account of his failure to comply with his official duties, and thereby allow his position to be filled by someone willing to enforce the Nation’s immigration laws once again,” the report says.

…and too many pussified Republc-RATS chose not to support this endeavor – thus far – it has failed… (Continue to full article)

The Unprecedented Situation at the US-Mexico Border

What is behind the surge of people trying to cross the border and what dangers do they face?

Record levels of migration are straining an immigration system left nearly broken by decades of congressional inaction.

Republicans have spent years amplifying scenes of turmoil and tragedy at the southern border, but Democratic leaders are also worried now, particularly big-city mayors and blue state governors who are demanding more federal resources to shelter and feed an influx of migrants.

With many voters now saying immigration is a top priority, what exactly is happening at the US border to make so many people concerned?… (Continue to full article)

Texas Stripped of Powers in Border Security Bill

Conservatives have attacked a provision of the new border security bill that would only allow legal challenges to be made in Washington D.C.

The bill would strip the power of Texas and other states to challenge some of its provisions in their local federal court.

Conservative commentators were quick to denounce the provision, contained on page 221 of the bill. Bill Shipley, who was a federal prosecutor for over 20 years, decried the its court provisions on X, formerly Twitter, on Sunday.

The Texas governor, an outspoken critic of Biden over immigration issues, has vowed that the fight “is not over” and called the razor wire “an effective deterrent” in a post on X, formerly Twitter, despite the legal blow. He also issued a statement declaring Texas’ “right to self-defense…. (Continue to full article)

Greg Abbott Rages at Texas Being Stripped of Powers: ‘Unacceptable

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has responded with fury to a provision in the new bipartisan Senate border security bill that would block the state of Texas from challenging some of its provisions via the local federal court.

The bill sets out the circumstances under which suspected illegal immigrants can request a judicial review of their deportation orders, stating: “The United States District Court for the District of Columbia shall have sole and original jurisdiction to hear challenges, whether constitutional or otherwise, to the validity of this section or any written policy directive, written policy guideline, written procedure, or the implementation thereof.”

In addition to the immigration reform, designed to address a surge in illegal crossings across the southern border, the bill would provide an additional $60 billion in aid to Ukraine, along with assistance to Israel and Taiwan.

On immigration it includes a provision that illegal migrants can be removed with little legal recourse if the number detected rises above an average of 5,000 per week, or 8,500 in a single day… (Continue to full article)

Gov. Eric Holcomb deploys Indiana National Guard to Mexico border

In the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, border agents (pictured here alongside a temporarily deployed National Guard unit) patrol the area for undocumented immigrants entering from Mexico. Credit Photograph by Kirsten Luce

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced Friday morning the deployment of 50 National Guard soldiers to the Mexico border in Texas as part of a border security mission.

Holcomb got a detailed briefing about the border crisis along with 13 other governors earlier this week according to a press release. Texas Governor Greg Abbott requested help from other states as a means to secure the border.

“Federal negligence enforcing immigration law and the failure to secure our country’s border jeopardizes national and economic security, affecting every state, including Indiana,” Gov. Holcomb said. “We’ve worked too hard in Indiana attacking the drug epidemic for more Hoosier lives to be put at risk by a constant supply of killer drugs spilled over an open U.S. border. The only way to resolve this is to stop the historically high flow of illegal immigrants crossing the border.”

These soldiers will begin mobilizing for the mission immediately and will arrive in Texas in mid-March… (Continue to full article)

The Dramatic Turn of Events: Rep. Al Green Saves the Day with a Decision Altering Vote

In a whirlwind of political drama, the halls of Congress witnessed a breathtaking showdown as a Republican-led push to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas came down to the wire on Tuesday. The outcome hung in the balance, teetering on the edge of history, until Democratic Rep. Al Green of Texas swooped in, quite literally, to cast a deciding vote and thwart the Republican effort.

The tension reached its zenith as the final vote tally stood at a razor-thin margin of 214-216. With just a single vote separating success from failure, the chamber held its breath. Three Republicans dared to defy their party line and joined forces with all present Democrats in opposition to the measure.

As the dust settles and the echoes of the day’s events reverberate through the hallowed halls of Congress, one thing remains clear: the fate of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas hangs in the balance, and the political drama shows no signs of abating… (Continue to full article)

GOP Gains Critical Vote to Impeach Mayorkas as Scalise Plans Return

House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.) will return to Congress after more than a month of cancer treatment and recovery, his office said Thursday.

Why it matters: It puts Republicans one step closer to impeaching Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, which could happen as soon as next Tuesday.

With Scalise absent and all Democrats present and voting against impeachment, the vote ended in a tie after three Republicans defected… (Continue to full article)

Abbott Vows to Expand Texas Border Standoff With Biden Admin

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expanding southern border security as Congress can’t reach an agreement for a massive federal immigration overhaul.

A comprehensive 370-page, $118 billion bill negotiated behind the scenes for months didn’t make it out of the U.S. Senate earlier this week due to Republican opposition, namely due to a provision within the legislation requiring the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to shut down the U.S. border only if migrant crossings exceeded a 5,000 daily average in any given week.

“In Texas, we’ve been able to achieve a decrease in illegal crossings only because of great teamwork,” Abbott said Thursday at Shelby Park in Eagle Pass, on the southern border. “Part of that teamwork is our partnership with the Texas National Guard, and we are currently working with the Texas Military Department to add more razor wire, anti-climb barrier, and personnel… (Continue to full article)

80% of Asylum-Seekers Rejected, DHS Official Says

About 80 percent of asylum-seekers who come to the United States are being rejected and sent back home, according to Luis Miranda, Assistant Secretary for Communications with the Department of Homeland Security.

“In general, most of the people who arrived in the United States during the last three years have been deported, expelled or returned to Mexico,” Miranda said during a video news conference on Wednesday afternoon.

He stated those who could not be immediately sent back face removal proceedings that can take years… (Continue to full article)

Immigrant Rights Group Reacts to Lamont’s Offer to Deploy CT National Guard at US Southern Border

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont made headlines during a televised interview with CNBC, where he announced his readiness to deploy the state’s National Guard to assist at the U.S. border with Mexico.

Lamont emphasized the far-reaching impact of the immigration crisis, asserting that it affects states beyond those typically associated with frontline border issues, such as Connecticut.

The conversation comes as Democratic U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy from Connecticut has sparked a contentious debate with his bill addressing national security and immigration. The bill failed to pass the Senate on Wednesday, amid heightened tensions between Republicans and Democrats surrounding the management of migrant crossings at the southern border… (Continue to full article)

Texas on Track to Build More Border Wall in State Than Trump

Texas is on track to build more of Donald Trump’s infamous border wall than the former president’s own administration put up in the state, Gov. Greg Abbott said Thursday.

“Texas is the first and only state in the history of the United States of America to build our own border wall,” Abbott said during a press conference in Shelby Park.

“If you look at the amount of wall already constructed and the amount of wall that is going to be under construction, Texas will have built more of the Trump border wall than even Trump built in the state of Texas,” the governor boasted.

The Lone Star State has additionally erected roughly 160 miles of barriers — including razor wire fencing, anti-climb barriers, Conex boxes and buoys in the river — that do not include the wall, according to Abbott… (Continue to full article)

Map Shows How Much Undocumented Immigrants Cost in Each State

Record numbers in illegal immigration have resulted in United States taxpayers bearing the burden of tens of billions of dollars going toward paying for migrants and their families.

The federal government is at a political standstill following Senate Republicans’ rebuke of a $118 southern border bill claimed by advocates to be among the most comprehensive immigration reform in four decades. The bill included emergency powers for the federal government to deter migrants in large numbers, changes in asylum laws in addition to tens of billions in foreign aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan.

With no new legislation in place and more than 1 million migrant encounters at the U.S. border since the new fiscal year began on October 1, states like Texas are leading the way in trying to enforce their own laws. Texas Governor Greg Abbott said deployment of his state’s National Guard has reduced daily encounters from a couple thousand or more to less than a dozen per day… (Continue to full article)

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