President Joe Biden’s border chief has opened up a new avenue for global migrants looking for jobs and housing in the United States.
faster route use Boats carrying around 1,500 migrants a day travel from ports in Colombia to ports in Panama along the deadly Darien Gap trail, according to Todd Bensman is a former intelligence officer who now works at the Center for Immigration Studies.
Bandits, floods, exhaustion and accidents have killed thousands of global migrants on the Darien Gorge trail, as they make their way through the jungles and mountains of Panama to Biden’s welcome spot, Bensman said.
But he said the new boat and bus routes would not prevent many migrants from dying on their way to the United States from South America, the Caribbean, Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.
The best way to save lives, he said, is to persuade potential economic migrants to stay in or near their homes. “You can almost guarantee that if they stay at home or [safer] countries close to home,” he told Breitbart News.
Biden’s progressive lieutenants, led by border chief Alejandro Mayorkas, are opening new routes to help more people who want to flee to the United States, even those hiding their true identities, he said. of unidentified immigrants, adding:
Their argument is that if you build a bridge [for migrants]and making it really good so that everyone can come is really the only way to save lives. [They argue that border] Law enforcement causes immigrants to do dangerous things, so we don’t have any law enforcement. Well, it’s just an untenable position for most Americans, even liberal Americans, that there is no law enforcement.
Once migrants are transported to small ports further afield on Panama’s Caribbean coast, government-funded buses take them to towns in Panama.Many immigrants rely on aid stations run by progressive groups – often funded From the United Nations and the U.S. government north through Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico.
If they reach the U.S. border, the vast majority of Darien Gap immigrants are greeted by Mayorkas representatives and then released to U.S. employers eager to hire desperate immigrants rather than higher-earning Americans.
New route opened after Mayorkas visited Darien Gorge area in April.
I thank Panama Minister Pino and @Gozainesamira and their team @MinSegPma @migracionpanama Thank you to our U.S. delegation for an in-depth tour of Darien Gorge and the facility they built to provide relief to migrants who survived their perilous journey. pic.twitter.com/YXbqGIkBtl
— Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas (@SecMayorkas) April 19, 2022
Bensman said the new boat and bus route bypasses the worst parts of Darien Gorge, where hundreds of migrants — including many women and children — are trying to gain ground by Mayorkas and others. Persons Killed While Hanging American Prizes:
Before Biden, most people coming to Darien Fjord were less than 10,000 [a year], is young single men – strong and healthy young single men. After Biden took office, he began exempting families with small children, pregnant women and unaccompanied minors from Article 42.So for the first time in history [Darien] Gap, the majority of those who started to pass were women, unaccompanied minors, and families with young children in tow. Those people then fell prey to all the dangers that adult young single strong men could endure.
I myself have received a lot of reports of dead pregnant women, about… corpses rotting by the side of the road… I interviewed a group of Senegalese [migrants] Earlier this year, in Tapachula [Mexico] while I’m below. I asked them about the trip and they are still very upset – it only happened a week or two ago. They were a group of childhood friends, and as young men, they said, “Let’s continue this grand adventure through the Darien Canyon.” On the Panama side, some bandits found them and killed one of them. They showed me a video from their phone – the bandits shot the man in the back with a shotgun, killing him on the spot, and they were all trying to save him on the video. They are still very anxious and struggling with it.
I asked them, “Would you all come if you hadn’t heard that Biden would let you across the border?” and they said, “No, absolutely, we won’t come. We come because we know we can be here Enter under the President.” Then I said, “Well, so your friend would be alive today if President Biden had not been elected?” [They said;] “Yes, he will live.”
United Nations report:
People using the route in 2021 will mainly come from Haiti, Cuba, Bangladesh, India, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Nepal, Ghana, Senegal, as well as Venezuela and Colombia. During 2021, a predominance of Haitians was observed, accounting for almost 75% of the total number of people transiting through Panama.the vast majority [of Haitians] Corresponding to secondary flows, mainly from countries such as Chile and Brazil where they temporarily reside.
MSF report The murderous results of the Mayorkas lure in August 2021:
“I saw at least 10 bodies in the jungle,” recalls Angel, 19. “But the worst are those who are left behind – people who can’t climb mountains or slip and fall in the rain and mud. It’s a route where no one waits. You see people sitting down, hurting, and probably already there For days, waiting to die.”
“It’s a nightmare with 1,001 demons,” said Oscar, 40, from Colombia but living in Bolivia. “I saw a child being dragged down a river when he let go of his parents’ hands. I’ve seen corpses, drowned, four of them. I smelled rotting corpses in the valley.”
Off-book migration routes are managed by Mayorkas.
He is a pro-immigration zealot who is using federal funds to open new immigration routes to American jobs and families despite Congress repeatedly rejecting his demands for more legal immigration. His lethal operation was carried out in tacit cooperation with the coyotes and the cartel, although Mayorkas and his allies also tried to grab market share from the cartel.
The authoritative American media whitewashed Biden’s deadly invitation to the world’s poor.Take October 2021 as an example to support immigration New York Times subtly report:
In the first nine months of this year, an estimated 95,000 people, Panama officials said migrantmost of whom are Haitians, tried the passage on their way to the United States.
They embarked on the journey in shorts and flip-flops, their belongings in plastic bags, their babies cradled and children holding hands. Not sure how many succeeded – how many didn’t. And yet, thousands more gathered in Colombia, eager for their turn to try.
But the evidence strongly suggests that the progressive welcome offered by Biden, Mayorkas and their progressives has killed thousands of immigrants, Bensman said:
I’ve spoken to journalists who live in the area, or who have been in the area for many months, and they estimate that 5 to 10 percent of everyone in that year has the condition.So if 130,000 people pass [in 2021 ] – they had another great year this year – so you can guess 5,000 to 10,000 to 15,000 people will die there in 2021.
Republican politicians are learning to criticize the brutality of Biden and his lieutenants’ policies to exploit the immigrant economy:
“We’ve created a process for people to come here legally,” said Marco Rubio (R-FL), Say July 13. But Biden and his lieutenants are inviting people into the country illegally, posing a huge danger to Americans and immigrants, he said, adding:
Luring people to travel, rapists and murderers and the worst people on earth grab their claws, abuse them and their children, women who travel alone, there is no compassion whatsoever. It was a horrible experience. There is nothing to sympathize with.
“It’s a human catastrophe,” Say Sen. Todd Young (R-IN). “I believe this administration will not do anything about … this humanitarian situation until we do harm to it.”
Since at least 1990, DC agencies have extracted tens of millions of legal and illegal immigrants — and temporary visa workers — from poor countries as workers, managers, consumers, and tenants of various U.S. investors, and CEO.
This semi-hidden extraction of immigration federal economic policy tilts the free market in favor of investors and employers.
Inflationary policies make it difficult for the average American to marry, develop a career, support a family or buy a home.
Extractive immigration also slows innovation and reduces American productivity, in part because it allows employers to boost stock prices by using cheap stooped labor rather than productivity-enhancing technology.
Immigration harms workers’ workplace rights and widens the regional wealth gap between the Democratic coastal states and the Republican heartland and southern states. The influx of cheap labor has shifted the economy toward low-productivity jobs and has driven at least 10 million American men out of the workforce.
An economy built on the extraction of immigrants also eroded Americans’ political influence over elites, alienated young people, and intensified the American culture of democratic citizenship because it allow wealthy elite ignore Desperate Americans at the bottom of society.
The economic policy was supported by progressives who wanted to transform America from a society ruled by a civic culture of European origin to a progressive empire of competing, resentful identity groups. “We’re trying to be the world’s first multi-racial, multi-ethnic superpower,” Rep. Rohit Khanna (D-CA) Tell This New York Times March 2022. “It’s going to be a phenomenal achievement … we’re going to win in the end,” he boasted.
Business Supported Immigrant Advocates hide Various high-sounding explanations and dramatic border security behind this extractive immigration economic policy programFor example, progressives claim that the United States is a “nation of immigrants”, that immigration is good for immigrants, and that the nation must renew itself by replacing its population.
Polls show public wanting to welcome some immigrants, but also reveal deep and widespread public opposition to labour migration and the influx of temporary contract workers into jobs seek by young American graduates.
This “third railroad” opposition is growing, anti-establishment, multiracial, transgender, non-racist, class-based, bipartisan, reasonablepersevering, and acknowledging that American citizens should be in solidarity with one another.