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Old Joe Biden was asked Thursday whether he thought migrating to the United States was a human right. Predictably, he came down on the side of the erasure of the United States of America as a nation-state, saying in his inimitable semi-coherent fashion, “Well, I think it is a human right to—, if you have your, if your, your family is being persecuted, if your bein’ dealt with in a way, I mean, like, it was, I thought it was a human right for, you know, uh, uh, Jews in Germany to be able to go, to get to escape and get help where they could.”
Jews in Germany? So is Mexico a new National Socialist (that’s what “Nazi” means, kids) Germany now? Is Guatemala? Honduras? Or anywhere that the migrants are coming from? Have any Central or South American governments lodged a protest with Biden’s handlers over the alleged president’s egregious slur against their nations?
Remember when Trump was reported as calling some countries “s**tholes,” touching off a media frenzy despite his denial of having said it at all? Yet here is Old Joe saying something far worse, and of course there’s not a peep from the sycophantic establishment media.
Back in the real world, as opposed to the wonderland inside Biden’s head, genocide is not taking place in Central America or socialist Venezuela or socializing Brazil or anywhere else from which the migrants are coming. As bad as conditions may be, they’re not that bad. And the people coming to the border aren’t Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud, Rep. Andy Biggs correctly noted: “Biden just compared illegal aliens—lawbreakers who have been found to be terrorists, drug dealers, and bad actors—to Jews fleeing Germany during the Holocaust. Not even remotely the same situation. This kind of mindset prevents us from legitimately securing our border.”
Indeed. And it’s anything but secure. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), CBP officers had 2,766,582 “encounters” with migrants at the borders during fiscal year 2022, up significantly from 1,956,519 in fiscal year 2021 and 646,822 in fiscal year 2020. In October and November of 2022, there were 561,291. If migrants keep streaming into the U.S. at that rate, there will be well over three million “encounters” in this fiscal year.
Biden did try to give the impression that he had a scintilla of concern for the American people as he added, “Um, but the other side of this is, there’s also, the people in this country have basic rights, that are here. Basic fundamental rights. To assure the people that are coming have been checked out, they’re not criminals, they’re not problem, they’re, you know, that their background checks are real.”
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