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Biden Admin lifts Trump era Title 42 which W.H. admits will create ‘influx’ of migrants



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Breaking Wednesday, the Biden administration announced it will end the Title 42 border policy, which allows for immediate deportation, according to multiple reports. The Title 42 public health order “allows border agents to immediately expel illegal border crossers” reports National Review.

The Title was implemented under the Trump administration in the beginning stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was renewed under the Biden administration in August 2021. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made the order to end the policy, according to people familiar with the plans.

The Wall Street Journal reviewed the draft of the new order, which states that “there is no longer a serious danger” that migrants could spread Covid in border detention facilities. The order will be lifted around late May, in order to “give the administration time to prepare for a potential rise in migrants seeking to cross the southern border illegally” writes National Review.

Reportedly officials in the Department of Homeland Security are concerned that relaxing the order will result in an even worse influx of illegal border crossings. In 2021 alone, over 2 million migrants were detained at the border, according to numbers released by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency.

That number was more than double the 2019 numbers of 921,812. Already in February 2022 agents encountered 164,973 migrants, 60% higher than February of 2021. Even White House communications director Kate Bedingfield said the administration expects to see a surge after the Title is lifted.

“We are planning for multiple contingencies, and we have every expectation that when the CDC ultimately decides it’s appropriate to lift Title 42, there will be an influx of people at the border” Bedingfield told reporters at the White House Wednesday.

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  1. Alert

    March 31, 2022 at 5:26 pm

    The Democrat Party’s formula is simple:
    American tax-dollars* + Open-borders** – Voter-ID = Illegal-votes = Political=power.
    * American tax-payer be damned.
    ** American security be damned.
    Crush the corrupt, anti-American Democrat Party.

  2. S. Kasarsky

    April 1, 2022 at 4:40 am

    I heard someone say that we could have 1 billion foreign nationals in the U.S. by the end of the decade. Has anyone thought to provide the extra jobs? Not to worry, just sit back and watch old movies like “Escape from New York” and “Escape from L.A.”. “Escape from U.S. is coming”. AND… we will still be sending all those countries FOREIGN AID. Sounds logical to me!!!!!

  3. Skeeter

    April 1, 2022 at 7:55 am

    Cant the House and Senate override this?

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German Homeschooling Family in Tennessee Faces Deportation After 15 Years



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The Romeike family, originally from Germany, has been living in East Tennessee for 15 years, but now they face an uncertain and devastating predicament that could result in deportation back to their home country.

According to reports, Uwe and Hannelore Romeike, along with their children, fled to the United States after facing fines for homeschooling their children in Germany, where homeschooling is considered illegal.

The Romeike family’s journey began when they left Germany after authorities there imposed fines for their choice to homeschool their children, citing the country’s goal of fostering an open and pluralistic society.

In their pursuit of a more accommodating environment for homeschooling, they sought asylum in the United States. Initially, an immigration judge found their asylum claim appropriate, stating that the Romeike family had a well-founded fear of persecution due to their participation in the particular social category of homeschoolers.

Kevin Boden, an attorney representing the Romeike family, explained, “The Obama administration appealed that decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals. That appeal court agreed with them, as did the Sixth Circuit, and the Supreme Court denied it… We think this is, in fact, an asylum case. We do think they have a well-founded fear.”

However, their asylum claim was eventually denied, with authorities arguing that they weren’t persecuted in Germany due to their homeschooling practices. Despite the initial support for their asylum claim, their stay in the United States now faces an uncertain future.

The Romeike family’s plight is compounded by the fact that homeschooling remains illegal in Germany, and if deported, they would likely face the same persecution they fled from years ago.

“They did not tell us anything. We don’t really know why [this is happening]. We wonder ourselves because we can’t understand,” Uwe Romeike said in a recent interview.

Hannelore Romeike added, “[Homeschooling] is illegal [in Germany].”

Their attorney, Kevin Boden, also emphasized the ongoing persecution faced by homeschooling families in Germany: “I can tell you today, I talked to families today that have fear in Germany, and the fight there, the persecution there, is very real today as it was 15 years ago.”

The Romeike family’s future remains uncertain as they await further legal decisions regarding their immigration status, raising questions about the balance between parental rights and educational policies in both Germany and the United States.

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