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Aug 9, 2023 18:41:19   #
Knightlady
 
Biden is finally talking about the Southern Border instead of telling us it's great and secure. During an e******n year too. Hmmm..As you read this, see if you can picture Kamalas job during the first or second year?

File: President Joe Biden during a past event. Photo: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

The Biden administration is making strategic moves at the border as concerns rise about potential shifts and increases in migrant traffic. These actions come amidst ongoing discussions about immigration policies and border security, underscoring the administration's efforts to address complex challenges related to migration.


As reported by Fox News on Wednesday, August 9, 2023, the Biden administration's proactive approach at the border reflects its recognition of the evolving nature of immigration patterns and the need to manage potential surges in migrant arrivals. While specific details about the actions were not provided, they indicate the administration's intent to ensure the border's integrity and enforce i*********n l*ws effectively.

Migrant traffic at the border has been a subject of ongoing discussions, with factors such as economic conditions, political instability, and natural disasters influencing migration patterns. The Biden administration's response to these changes is a reflection of its commitment to adapt to evolving circumstances while upholding humanitarian considerations.

Efforts to manage migration at the border also highlight the complexities of addressing immigration challenges. Balancing border security with humanitarian concerns requires a multifaceted approach that takes into account the factors driving migration and the legal framework surrounding asylum and immigration.

The Biden administration's actions also come amidst ongoing debates about immigration policies, including the handling of asylum requests, detention practices, and pathways to legal immigration. These discussions underscore the importance of a comprehensive approach that considers both immediate border management and broader policy reforms.

As the Biden administration takes steps to address potential increases in migrant traffic, its actions are likely to impact public perception and political discourse. Immigration remains a polarizing topic, and the administration's approach will be closely monitored by both supporters and critics.

The border's role as a focal point in the immigration debate highlights the need for effective communication and collaboration between federal agencies, border states, and international partners. Managing migration requires coordinated efforts that address the root causes of migration, provide humanitarian assistance, and ensure border security.

The Biden administration's approach to border management also intersects with discussions about infrastructure and resources. Ensuring adequate facilities and personnel at the border is essential for processing arrivals, addressing health and safety concerns, and maintaining order.

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Aug 10, 2023 00:18:57   #
Justice101
 
Knightlady wrote:
Biden is finally talking about the Southern Border instead of telling us it's great and secure. During an e******n year too. Hmmm..As you read this, see if you can picture Kamalas job during the first or second year?

File: President Joe Biden during a past event. Photo: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

The Biden administration is making strategic moves at the border as concerns rise about potential shifts and increases in migrant traffic. These actions come amidst ongoing discussions about immigration policies and border security, underscoring the administration's efforts to address complex challenges related to migration.


As reported by Fox News on Wednesday, August 9, 2023, the Biden administration's proactive approach at the border reflects its recognition of the evolving nature of immigration patterns and the need to manage potential surges in migrant arrivals. While specific details about the actions were not provided, they indicate the administration's intent to ensure the border's integrity and enforce i*********n l*ws effectively.

Migrant traffic at the border has been a subject of ongoing discussions, with factors such as economic conditions, political instability, and natural disasters influencing migration patterns. The Biden administration's response to these changes is a reflection of its commitment to adapt to evolving circumstances while upholding humanitarian considerations.

Efforts to manage migration at the border also highlight the complexities of addressing immigration challenges. Balancing border security with humanitarian concerns requires a multifaceted approach that takes into account the factors driving migration and the legal framework surrounding asylum and immigration.

The Biden administration's actions also come amidst ongoing debates about immigration policies, including the handling of asylum requests, detention practices, and pathways to legal immigration. These discussions underscore the importance of a comprehensive approach that considers both immediate border management and broader policy reforms.

As the Biden administration takes steps to address potential increases in migrant traffic, its actions are likely to impact public perception and political discourse. Immigration remains a polarizing topic, and the administration's approach will be closely monitored by both supporters and critics.

The border's role as a focal point in the immigration debate highlights the need for effective communication and collaboration between federal agencies, border states, and international partners. Managing migration requires coordinated efforts that address the root causes of migration, provide humanitarian assistance, and ensure border security.

The Biden administration's approach to border management also intersects with discussions about infrastructure and resources. Ensuring adequate facilities and personnel at the border is essential for processing arrivals, addressing health and safety concerns, and maintaining order.
Biden is finally talking about the Southern Border... (show quote)


2 Big reasons why Biden has addressed border management recently:

1) Democrats Urge Biden to Declare ‘State of Emergency’ as Migrants Flood Streets of NYC
With the arrival of approximately 90,000 i*****l i*******ts and border crossers last spring, these politicians have requested billions in federal funding to manage the situation.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/democrats-urge-biden-to-declare-state-of-emergency-as-migrants-flood-streets-of-nyc/ar-AA1eDkuX

2) Mass. governor slams White House for ‘federal crisis of inaction’ on migrants
Maura Healey of Massachusetts is the latest Democratic governor to declare an emergency over the migrant surge as blue-state leaders ramp up pressure on the Biden administration to expedite work permits for asylum-seekers and support their overwhelmed shelter systems.
https://www.politico.com/news/2023/08/08/massachusetts-new-york-asylum-seekers-biden-00110278

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Aug 10, 2023 06:05:55   #
Big Kahuna
 
Justice101 wrote:
2 Big reasons why Biden has addressed border management recently:

1) Democrats Urge Biden to Declare ‘State of Emergency’ as Migrants Flood Streets of NYC
With the arrival of approximately 90,000 i*****l i*******ts and border crossers last spring, these politicians have requested billions in federal funding to manage the situation.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/democrats-urge-biden-to-declare-state-of-emergency-as-migrants-flood-streets-of-nyc/ar-AA1eDkuX

2) Mass. governor slams White House for ‘federal crisis of inaction’ on migrants
Maura Healey of Massachusetts is the latest Democratic governor to declare an emergency over the migrant surge as blue-state leaders ramp up pressure on the Biden administration to expedite work permits for asylum-seekers and support their overwhelmed shelter systems.
https://www.politico.com/news/2023/08/08/massachusetts-new-york-asylum-seekers-biden-00110278
2 Big reasons why Biden has addressed border manag... (show quote)


And #3) kameltoe Harris is so inept as slo Joe's appointed border crisis manager that when slo joe told her to go to the Border, she thought he meant go eat at "On the Border", one of her favorite Mexican restaurants. She did mention that the enchilada plate with refried beans was excellent. Slo joe said he would give it a try.

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Aug 10, 2023 10:14:23   #
Knightlady
 
LOL and the Dems are scrambling now to try to fix what they ignored. But when NYC gets more Fed money for being overrun with "migrants" than they gave Arizona, people got a bit pissed.

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Aug 10, 2023 16:34:08   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Knightlady wrote:
LOL and the Dems are scrambling now to try to fix what they ignored. But when NYC gets more Fed money for being overrun with "migrants" than they gave Arizona, people got a bit pissed.


No one of the reasons , actually two are more v**ers and cheap labor! Wanting no joe to give work permits!! Just when you thought dems wanted to provide free stuff only!! Like nuisome owns many businesses

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