House Republicans Introduce New Border Security Legislation To Tackle ‘Crisis’

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Republican members of the House of Representatives have introduced a brand new piece of legislation concerning border security on Tuesday that is designed to help reduce illegal immigration and increase the capabilities of law enforcement officers along the southern border. Something most certainly needs to be done because the crisis in that area of the country has been getting worse and worse every single day that Biden has been in the White House. Who knows, at this point, how many terrorists have managed to get across into the United States at this point?

The Daily Caller is reporting, “The 213-page bill, known as the ‘Secure the Border Act of 2023,’ includes construction of a wall along the southern border, additional personnel for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and asylum reform. Republicans introduced the bill before an expected surge in illegal immigration at the southern border, when Title 42, the Trump-era public health order used to expel certain migrants, ends May 11.”

“The bill takes aim at the Biden administration’s program for migrants to apply for Title 42 exemption interviews for U.S. entry using the CBP One app and only authorizes its use solely for ‘inspection of perishable cargo,'” the report continued. “It also instructs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) secretary to present a report within 60 days of the bill’s passage that determines whether or not the Mexican drug cartels meet the criteria to have a terrorist designation.”

“The crisis at our Southern border is among the gravest threats to U.S. national security in our history. For the last two years, President Biden and his Administration have entirely neglected the escalating crisis at our border, and their lack of action has ceded all control to narco-terrorist cartels, who are now among the most powerful in deciding who comes into our country and at what price,” Republican Florida Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, who is leading the charge in the effort to get the bill passed, along with Republican California Rep. Tom McClintock, went on to say in a statement Tuesday.

The new legislation would yank law enforcement officers off of working to process migrants, which has become a huge chunk of their job over the course of the current crisis, by requiring that CBP to have a staff of 22,000 agents.

“Not later than September 30, 2025, the Commissioner shall hire, train, and assign a sufficient number of Border Patrol agents to maintain an active duty presence of not fewer than 22,000 full-time equivalent Border Patrol agents, who may not perform the duties of processing coordinators,” the bill goes on to say.

The crisis at the border is likely part of a Democratic Party strategy to inflate their voter rolls and ensure they can win as many future elections as possible. It’s an experiment designed to mess with our country’s demographics, which might explain why President Joe Biden has done absolutely nothing to secure the border and stop these individuals from coming into the United States illegally.

At the end of the day, it’s about stacking the deck in their favor so they can finish destroying this country and rebuild it using Karl Marx and his work as the blueprint.

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