President Joe Biden is preparing to end border protection measure Title 42, but not without ordering 1,500 to the border first. Biden is simply preemptively creating a train wreck, but sending workers out ahead of time in order to assist when it goes off the rails.
The dispatch of 1,500 soldiers to the Southern border is “to stem the surge of illegal immigrants that are expected to follow next Thursday’s expiration of Title 42, a pandemic-era public-health measure that allows Border Patrol to immediately expel illegal immigrants” reports National Review.
Following a request by the DHS, the Department of Defense agreed to “provide a temporary increase of an additional 1,500 military personnel, for 90 days, to supplement CBP efforts at the border,” an unnamed US official said in a statement provided to CNN.
“These 1,500 military personnel will fill critical capability gaps, such as ground-based detection and monitoring, data entry, and warehouse support, until CBP can address these needs through contracted support. They will not be doing any law enforcement work.” The Army units sent will only be permitted to use their weapons in self-defense.
Past 72 Hours…
– 2 Agents Assaulted/Prosecution sought
– 22,220 Apprehensions
– 806 lbs. Methamphetamine
– 283 lbs. Marijuana
– 62 lbs. Cocaine
– 3 Firearms
– 5 Maritime Events
– 2 Sex Offenders
– 2 Tractor Trailer Events
– 1 Convicted Murderer
– 1 Gang Member
Great work! pic.twitter.com/IQxiB6uGVX
— Chief Raul Ortiz (@USBPChief) May 1, 2023
Border states and their leadership have pled with the Biden administration, hoping they would not let Title 42 run out in order to give some sort of relief to the overwhelming border crisis. More than two million migrants have been intercepted at the U.S.-Mexico border since Title 42 was enacted by then-President Donald Trump at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.
On Monday of this week, Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz shared on Twitter that federal agents had apprehended over 22,000 individuals and confiscated more than 800 pounds of methamphetamine in the past three days alone.
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Apart from a “lone officer” in the group who believed the virus “originated through zoonosis,” the remaining officials agreed that, on balance of probabilities, the coronavirus was likely the result of a lab-leak.
“According to the whistleblower, at the end of its review, six of the seven members of the Team believed the intelligence and science were sufficient to make a low confidence assessment that Covid-19 originated from a laboratory in Wuhan, China,” the letter reads. “To come to the eventual public determination of uncertainty, the other six members were given a significant monetary incentive to change their position.”
In June, the agency declassified its report that the available evidence on the origins of the coronavirus suggested it “was not genetically engineered.”
New testimony from a highly credible whistleblower alleges @CIA rewarded six analysts with significant financial incentives to change their COVID-19 origins conclusion from a lab-leak to zoonosis. pic.twitter.com/KIemfi2Wgl
— Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic (@COVIDSelect) September 12, 2023
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