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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #265 on: 21 May 2021 at 20:19 »
Sixty thousand muds in four months, that we know of. Sounds like Joe "race traitor" Biden is fast tracking the plan of White Genocide through the browning of America.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/border-patrol-released-60000-migrants-under-biden

Border Patrol has released more than 60,000 migrants into US under Biden

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Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released more than 60,000 migrants into the U.S. since President Biden took office in January, as the administration has scrambled to deal with a dramatic surge in numbers at the border -- which critics say is a crisis of its own making.

Since February, 61,312 migrants have been released into the interior with either a Notice to Appear or an I-385, which fast tracks migrants out of custody with a notice to report to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office.

Just 47 migrants were released between October and the end of December. In January, 1,317 migrants were released. Then that number increased to 8,797 in February, and then rocketed to 26,282 in March and 26,233 in April.

The numbers, first reported by The Washington Examiner, show the effect of not only the surge in migrants to the border, but also how the administration’s efforts in regards to families has been on processing and releasing them into the interior to reduce pressure on border facilities.

Numbers of migrants skyrocketed within weeks of President Biden taking office, although officials have noted that migrant encounters had been steadily increasing since April. More than 178,000 migrants were encountered in April -- including more than 13,000 unaccompanied children.

Critics have blamed the administration’s rollback of Trump-era policies like the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), the construction of the border wall and asylum cooperative agreements with Northern Triangle countries for encouraging the surge.

The Biden administration has blamed "root causes" in Central America and a lack of preparedness by the Trump administration. However, the refusal of parts of Mexico to take back certain migrant families has exacerbated the issue and led to the release of migrants into the interior. 

Earlier this week, acting CBP Commissioner Troy Miller said that one northern Mexican state stopped taking in migrant families from the Northern Triangle with tender-age children just days into the new administration.

He said that led to a surge that, months later, would lead the agency to begin releasing migrants into the interior without Notices to Appear, instead just giving them a notice to appear at their local  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office.

CBP data also show that the agency transferred more than 75,000 migrants to ICE and Health and Human Services (HHS).

There are currently more than 19,000 unaccompanied children in HHS custody, where officials are focused on caring for children and connecting them with "sponsors" -- relatives, some of whom are illegal immigrants themselves, already in the country. The administration has been paying for travel costs for both children and sponsors.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #266 on: 24 May 2021 at 11:42 »
Of course in the midst of a border crisis why wouldn't the Biden administration plan to except more of these muds. Absolutely Ridiculous.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/22/us/politics/haitians-tps.html

U.S. Grants Temporary Protections to Thousands of Haitians

The designation, which will be in place for 18 months, could protect as many as 150,000 Haitians living temporarily in the United States.

By Eileen Sullivan
Published May 22, 2021Updated May 23, 2021, 12:52 a.m. ET

The Biden administration on Saturday extended special protections to Haitians living temporarily in the United States after being displaced by a devastating 2010 earthquake, reversing efforts by the previous administration to force them to leave the country.

The decision, announced by the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Alejandro N. Mayorkas, makes good on President Biden’s campaign promise to restore a program that shields thousands of Haitian migrants from the threat of deportation under the restrictive policies put in place under President Donald J. Trump.

Mr. Mayorkas said the new 18-month designation, known as temporary protected status, would apply to Haitians already living in the United States as of Friday.

“Haiti is currently experiencing serious security concerns, social unrest, an increase in human rights abuses, crippling poverty, and lack of basic resources, which are exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic,” Mr. Mayorkas said in a statement on Saturday.

The protections, created in a 1990 law, allow foreigners who have had to flee their homes because of natural disasters and conflict to work and live in the United States. Haiti is one of 11 countries that are beneficiaries of the program, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The Obama administration granted the temporary protected status to Haitians living in the United States illegally after the 7.0-magnitude earthquake in January 2010.

Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said the new designation could protect as many as 150,000 Haitians from having to return to the political and security crisis in their home country.

“The last thing our country should be doing is forcing an entire community in the U.S. to decide between packing up their lives and tearing their families apart by self-deporting, or becoming undocumented and forced into the shadows of our society,” Mr. Menendez said in a statement on Saturday.

As part of its hard-line efforts to curb legal and illegal immigration, the Trump administration sought to end protections for about 400,000 immigrants living in the United States, including Haitians. Officials at the time said that the emergency conditions that had compelled the immigrants to flee their countries — earthquakes, hurricanes, civil war — had occurred long ago and that most of the immigrants no longer needed the haven provided by the United States.

Lawsuits blocked the cancellations, but in September a federal appeals court sided with the Trump administration, putting hundreds of thousands of immigrants on notice that they would have to leave the country or face deportation. Many of the people affected had been living in the United States for years. The Trump administration agreed to keep the protections in place at least through early 2021, meaning a new administration could decide to continue the policy.

Immigration advocates have called on the Biden administration to restore the temporary designation for Haitians and other immigrants living in the country and welcomed the decision announced on Saturday.

“Better late than never,” the National T.P.S. Alliance, a grass-roots organization wrote on Twitter.

In March, the Biden administration issued special protections for as many as 320,000 Venezuelans living in the United States, citing the extraordinary humanitarian crisis in the country under the leadership of President Nicolás Maduro.

But some said more needed to be done to give many of those immigrants permission to live in the United States permanently.

“Haitians have been living in uncertainty for the past several months,” Erika Andiola, the chief advocacy officer for the nonprofit organization Raices, said in a statement. “In the future, that uncertainly could be solved by a permanent fix through legislation that puts T.P.S. holders on the path to citizenship,” she added, using the abbreviation for the program.

This month, the House passed a bill that would create a path to citizenship for an estimated four million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, including those granted temporary protected status for humanitarian reasons. The bill passed mostly along party lines, and getting it through the more evenly divided Senate is likely to be a challenge.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #267 on: 24 May 2021 at 20:33 »
Trump joked that Turnbull had “two thousand of the worst terrorists in the world locked up on a desert island” and had talked Trump into taking them.

Hannah Ryan | BuzzfeedNews.com (Australia) | 23 May 2021

https://www.buzzfeed.com/hannahryan/australia-us-refugee-swap-deal-trump-turnbull

Some idiots wanted to collect the set!

Remember the infamous first phone call between US president Donald Trump and then Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull?

"This is the most unpleasant call all day," Trump said, as he brought the January 2017 conversation to an end. "Putin was a pleasant call. This is ridiculous."

The topic of the call was the refugee swap deal between Australia and the US, struck by Barack Obama and Malcolm Turnbull, and later reluctantly adopted by the Trump administration.

Under the deal the US agreed to resettle up to 1,200 refugees Australia had held in offshore detention camps in the Pacific for years.

The deal survived Turnbull's August 2018 removal from office, and so far the US has resettled more than 700 refugees under it, with almost 300 more approved for transfer. Homeland Security staffers were in Sydney as recently as February interviewing candidates for resettlement.

Turnbull's tell-all book about his political career, A Bigger Picture, was released on Monday. Here's what it reveals about the deal he argued over with Trump

When Turnbull won the prime ministership from Tony Abbott in September 2015, there were about 1,800 people in offshore detention, on Nauru and Papua New Guinea's Manus Island. Finding a third country resettlement solution for these people was one of Turnbull's highest priorities, and he met regularly with then immigration minister Peter Dutton and foreign minister Julie Bishop about it in the early months of his term, he writes

Turnbull said he realised early on that the US was the "best, and possibly only, realistic option" for resettling the refugees. He raised the issue in an Oval Office meeting with Barack Obama in January 2016, where the two made an in principle agreement.

Turnbull said he realised early on that the US was the "best, and possibly only, realistic option" for resettling the refugees. He raised the issue in an Oval Office meeting with Barack Obama in January 2016, where the two made an in principle agreement.

Turnbull writes that he told Obama the offshore population of about 1,800 people, mostly from the Middle East, "weren't terrorists or criminals" and had been thoroughly vetted, but that if he brought them to Australia it would encourage people smugglers to start sending boats to Australia again. He said the largest single group was of Iranians, who were mostly economic migrants, but that Iran would not accept returned asylum seekers

"I said, ‘And we want to get them off those islands. So, can we do a deal where you offer asylum to them and we do the same with some of the people seeking refuge in the US?’

"The president described his nation’s challenge: waves of unaccompanied children and youths crossing the border from Guatemala, El Salvador and elsewhere fleeing gang violence."

Australia and the US decided to hold off announcing the deal until after the 2016 presidential election

The deal was signed on Sept. 20 that year when Turnbull was in New York. Obama and Turnbull both agreed they should not announce it during the presidential campaign, "lest Trump seize on it and make an issue of it"


The text of the deal has never been made public, and it is not clear exactly what Australia's side of the bargain was.

"It was a fair deal: we were resettling people for the Americans, including some complex cases, as they were assisting us," Turnbull writes. Those complex cases may include three Rwandan men who were charged with murder over a massacre of tourists
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(A US official has said that Australia agreed to make efforts to take refugees fleeing Central America, and to take refugees from areas it does not normally take refugees from, but it was not a one-to-one swap.)

Australia was nervous that Fox News would criticise the deal

The deal was announced on Nov. 13 and American officials began interviews on Nauru in early December. "Naturally, we were anxious to ensure that the right-wing media in the USA, especially Fox News, didn’t latch on to the deal and make it an issue, so we were careful to say as little as possible," Turnbull writes

A December conversation with incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus gave Turnbull the impression Trump would stick with the deal, but then in January Australia heard of Trump's plans to ban refugees from majority-Muslim countries. "Frantic lobbying" from Australia followed. Dow Chemicals CEO, Australian-born Andrew Liveris, introduced Turnbull and Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Turnbull called Kushner and Trump's immigration adviser Stephen Miller to urge them to stick with the deal.

"They were sympathetic and assured me the new executive order wouldn’t prevent the refugee deal going ahead," Turnbull writes.

Vice president Mike Pence and national security advisor Mike Flynn also assured senior Australian officials that the Trump administration would honour the deal. On Jan. 27, the executive order carved out an exemption for preexisting international agreements

Just before Turnbull arrived at his office for his first call with Trump, Flynn and Pence called Australian counterparts to ask them not to even mention the deal on the call. Trump had changed his mind and he would not honour the deal


Kushner told Turnbull over a month later that Trump was "still hurt" about the deal.

"‘He hadn’t expected you’d come on so strong, although we knew that was your reputation,'" Kushner told him, according to Turnbull. "I told him I didn’t think the call was so bad. ‘Malcolm, it was bad’."

Kushner urged Turnbull to be "low-key and deferential" towards Trump at an upcoming event, which Rupert Murdoch had persuaded Trump to attend.

Turnbull wrote in his diary that day: "It sounds like Trump felt he had been bested in the negotiation and was furious with himself and with me. Well, WTF was I meant to do? Anyway sounds like we have to play it by ear and the goal of the meeting is simply not to have a row or a diplomatic debacle like so many of his other international meetings."

Australia's ambassador to the US, Joe Hockey, was also worried that Trump might "nurse this grievance and want to pay me back". At one point, Australian diplomats suggested Turnbull offer Trump a concession on a tax treaty in exchange for honouring the refugee deal

When Trump and Turnbull finally met in May 2017, Trump told his wife Melania: "Melania, do you know, Malcolm has two thousand of the worst terrorists in the world locked up on a desert island and that fool Obama agreed to take them. Can you believe that? And now Malcolm has talked me into taking them too! He got me to do something I promised never to do! He is a tough negotiator!" By this point, Trump knew that the refugees posed no security risks.

"Melania smiled, faintly and mischievously. ‘Just like you, Donald,’ she said," Turnbull writes


New Zealand has a standing offer to take 150 people from offshore detention. But, Turnbull writes, "they didn't want any single men (the bulk of the detainee population)", and Australia's agencies advised that people smugglers would exploit resettlement in New Zealand as being the same as settlement in Australia.

When Jacinda Ardern raised the issue with Turnbull shortly after she was elected New Zealand's prime minister in October 2017, he told her he wanted to complete the US deal first, he writes. "She was later to press me on this but wanted to prioritise taking women and children; as I pointed out, these were the most likely to get offers to go to the USA."

A spokesperson for Ardern has described Turnbull’s account as fair, as New Zealand prioritises families, children, vulnerable groups and people with high protection within its refugee intake. However, the New Zealand government has also said its policy does not exclude men.

Can you just see how much S&;t these muds have made and the trouble they’ve cooked up for both countries?!

So what If Iran won’t take the muds back , so what about Central American gang violence! Don’t breed what you can’t feed in your own bloody war zone! If America has to take them , put them in remote Alaska, If Australia has to take them , put them in Antarctic colony! Some excercise bikes and treadmills will get us some green energy generated like human wind farms in no time!
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #268 on: 28 May 2021 at 19:45 »
No matter how many times these mud races get caught by border security, they will continue their attempts to enter the U.S. until they are able to successfully sneak in. And since they have no problem violating the American immigration laws, then it's safe to say that these mud races will have no issue violating any law once they're in the country. We need to drop all illegal muds onto a deserted island in the Arctic not just on the Mexican side of the border.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/guatemalan-man-us-mexico-border-caught-fifth-time

Guatemalan man trying to cross US-Mexico border is caught for fifth time, report says'It’s always the same struggle,’ Orlando Yaxi said after fifth attempt to cross US-Mexico border

By Greg Norman | Fox News

A Guatemalan man has reportedly been caught for a fifth time trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. 

Orlando Yaxi, 23, was detained Tuesday by Border Patrol agents near the McAllen-Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge in Texas, according to Border Report. 

"It’s always the same struggle," Yaxi, a construction worker and father of two children, told the website.  

"We had nothing," he added. "We couldn’t afford to buy anything because of the pandemic and hurricanes." 

But Yaxi told Border Report that he and two of his friends spent three months traveling through Mexico and paid a smuggler $10,000 before being caught after crossing the Rio Grande. 

Yaxi also said that each time he is caught he is brought back to the bridge and ordered to walk over it into Mexico. 

Under current travel restrictions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, asylum-seekers who aren’t families with young children or unaccompanied youth are returned to Mexico, according to Border Report.  

"I guess we’ll go back," Yaxi told the website after his fifth capture. "But I know God is watching." 

His capture comes after the Border Patrol says it apprehended 206 migrants from Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Ecuador and Belize in the same area Sunday night. 
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https://www.foxnews.com/us/border-agents-rescue-26-migrants-stranded-in-arizona-desert

Border agents rescue 26 migrants stranded in Arizona desert

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U.S. Border agents on Wednesday rescued 26 migrants who had become stranded in the sweltering Arizona desert.


The agents received a 911 call from a group of migrants in the Tabletop Mountains, which is near Arizona’s southern border shared with Mexico.

Agents from the Casa Grande Border Patrol Station and Tucson Sector BORSTAR responded to the area and located the 26 migrants, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a press release.

Of those migrants, several needed immediate treatment for heat-related illnesses, while four were flown to a local hospital for severe dehydration.

No further details were released.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection says temperatures that day had surpassed 95 degrees Fahrenheit. The agency said crossing the U.S.-Mexico border will become even more dangerous going into summer amid increased temperatures.

The rescue came just a couple of days after Yuma Sector Border agents found two deceased individuals in separate locations in the desert southeast of the Foothills.

The first individual, a 40-year-old male Mexican national, was found in the Barry M. Goldwater bombing range Monday morning – just a few miles away from a rescue beacon, CBP said.

The following day, Yuma Air Interdiction responded to an area south of the Yuma foothills regarding a call about a female who had collapsed and died.

The female, identified as a 20-year-old Guatemalan national, was with a group of other migrants, including a 16-year-old guide from San Luis, Mexico.

The agents took the migrants into custody and the deceased female was turned over to the Yuma County Sheriff’s Officer coroner, CBP said.

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