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USA | May 16, 2023

Migrant workers dropped off outside Kamala Harris’ home…again

Al Edwards

Al Edwards / Our Today

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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris attends an “Investing in America Cabinet” meeting hosted by U.S. President Joe Biden in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., May 5, 2023. (Photo: REUTERS/Leah Millis)

Politics in America can be vicious.

The border crisis has many divided in the United States.

Former President Donald Trump made it clear that those pouring over the border should be sent packing to their countries and that the country could not afford hoards of people coming over in search of the American dream.

The Democrats and those who are of a more liberal disposition take a more humanitarian approach, they believe Title 42 should end.

Homeland Security will have a job on its hands keeping back thousands of people keen to get into America every day, mainly from Central and South America, now that restrictions have ended.

Title 42 was employed to allow the government to take emergency action to stop communicable diseases from migrants. Trump used it justifably during the COVID pandemic.

Now that Title 42 has ended, the U.S. Government will be going back to its usual immigration laws which comes under Title 8.

Speaking in Atlanta, Vice President Kamala Harris said “I hear that in the last couple of days everything is going rather smoothly given what the concerns were.

“The issue of immigration falls squarely within the responsibility of the United States Congress. We’ve done what we can but the Congress must pass legislation.”

Earlier this year, Republican governors dropped off several bus loads of immigrants in front of Vice President Kamala Harris’ official residence in Washington D.C..

Migrants seeking asylum cross the Rio Bravo river to return to Mexico from the United States, after members of the Texas Army National Guard extend razor wire to inhibit migrants from crossing, as seen from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico May 13, 2023. (Photo: REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez)

Last week, a bus load of Venezuelan migrants were dropped off outside her home. This is part of a tactic which sees beleaguered migrants dropped off outside liberal enclaves as Republicans make a point.

Commodore William Bell, a supporter of Texas House of Representatives’ Trent Ashby said: “ We can’t afford to have millions of people come into America and change the face of our country. If these third world countries are so great, why do their people want to come here? They should seek paradise in their own lands.

“If Biden and Harris want to do away with Title 42, why don’t they give sanctuary to these migrants in their own homes? It’s fitting that they are dropped off outside their residences. DeSantis was right to send migrants to Martha’s Vineyard. Let’s see how the elites like that !”


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