Sara breaks down the horrific consequences to come from the Biden administration’s decision to end the “Remain in Mexico” policy, formally known as Title 42. Begun during the Trump administration, the policy required those requesting asylum or other permission to enter the country to stay in Mexico until their cases were resolved.
Sara details how this will lead to an explosion in illegal immigration, more crime and deadly drugs entering the U.S., and far greater exploitation of desperate women and children by the cartels. And she explains why the government is deporting far fewer people than it would have us believe.
She also cheers Elon Musk’s decision to become the largest Twitter shareholder and the huge impact that could have on our nation and chronicles how the Taliban is treating women and girls horrifically once again.
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Former CIA station chief Daniel Hoffman joins Sara to discuss the biggest international challenges facing the United States. Hoffman details the threats posed by China and urges U.S. officials to speak boldly about what the communist leadership is doing there and why it needs to be publicly condemned. He also shares the main reason that the Biden administration is so insistent upon striking a new nuclear deal with Iran, and what comes next with Russia and Ukraine.
But Sara and Hoffman also take time to discuss the recent passing of his beloved wife and how Hoffman’s young son is now on a mission to raise money to fight childhood cancer.
Article on Jerron Hoffman: https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/virginia-12-year-old-kids-cancer-losing-mom-disease
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