Haitians Pile Up At Border To Await Biden’s Stopping Title 42 Expulsions. But They’re From Chile, Which Means They Needn’t Claim Asylum
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The news that the Biden Regime plans to stop Title 42 expulsions in 18 days, and that the regime will permit any and all illegal-alien colonists who cross the southwest border to declare squatter’s rights, is having the intended effect.

Illegals are piling up in Mexican border towns, continuing to attempt crossing en masse, and crossing the border packed into tractor trailers like sardines.

Fox News’s Bill Melugin tweeted video that showed Haitians piling up in Nuevo Laredo two days ago. But then he followed with proof that the Haitians aren’t from Haiti.

“Many of these Haitians left Haiti years ago & settled in other countries, predominantly in Chile,” he continued:

At the bridge in Del Rio last summer, many of them ditched their Chilean documents at the river’s edge to conceal this fact b4 asking for US asylum.

In other words, they don’t need “asylum.” They come because they can. They know that Biden and his Homeland Security chief, Cuban-Jewish immigrant Alejandro Mayorkas, will, again, let them stay in the country.

Meanwhile, an “official source” sent free-lance journalist Ali Bradley video of Nicaraguans trying to cross the Rio Grande on a rope line. “Officials say at least 23 migrant bodies were pulled from the Rio in April,” Bradley reported.

Yesterday, U.S Customs and Border Protection reported five major smuggling events, all within a day, during which agents caught 66 illegals [In Just 24 Hours, RGV Agents Disrupt Five Smuggling Events, CBP.gov, May 4, 2022]:

  • 25 Central Americans were hiding in a tractor trailer carrying produce and stopped at the Javier Vega Jr. checkpoint;
  • Agents arrested another seven from Mexico, Honduras, and El Salvador near McCallen, Texas;
  • Agents caught 16 illegals hiding in a stash house in Hidalgo County, then another seven after a car chase;
  • At Norias, agents caught seven more after yet another car chase, then another four near San Manuel.

Recall Mayorkas’ Great Replacement blueprint published in February:

When directed by the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in conjunction with international and homeland security enterprise mission partners, will take action to humanely prevent and respond to surges in irregular migration across the U.S. SWB Security and Irregular Migration Zone (SWBIMZ). This will be done while ensuring that migrants can apply for any form of relief or protection for which they may be eligible, including asylum, withholding of removal, and protection from removal under the regulations implementing United States obligations under the Convention Against Torture [emphasis added].

This, plus Mayorkas’ no-deportation policy, means that illegals who make it across the border are home free.

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