They Want Biden Re-elected?!

( – Proving the Biden administration has allowed illegal aliens to control the country while believing they even have rights, illegals preparing to cross the southern border have expressed a strong desire for Biden to be re-elected this November.

They fear that a return of former President Donald Trump to the White House would mean exclusion from the country.

Richard Betancourt, a 46-year-old pipe fitter, shared his concerns, “If it’s Trump, it doesn’t matter how much I work or want to work. They won’t let me in.” Likewise, Alejandra Falcon expressed similar worries, stating, “If Biden doesn’t win, I can’t imagine what will happen.”

During Trump’s tenure in office, immigration policies saw significant changes which included reductions in refugee admissions and attempts to construct a border wall.

However, despite his efforts, deportations of undocumented migrants decreased compared to the former President Barack Obama era. Soon after he was voted out of office, illegal border crossings surged which reached a record 2.2 million in 2022.

Since Biden took the Oval Office in 2021, approximately 7.3 million migrants have crossed the southwest border illegally, excееding the population of 36 states.

Biden aimed to repeal Title 42 which would allow migrants to claim “credible fear” to enter the U.S. and await court hearings. Yet, this process could take years, in which migrants may move freely within the country, challenging immigration tracking efforts.

On the campaign trail, Trump has strongly criticized Biden’s border management, referring to it as a “border bloodbath,” a sentiment that resonates with many voters in a recent poll.

This starkly contrasts with Biden’s approach, which aims to provide a more inclusive and humane immigration system.

Likewise, a growing number of voters also expressed concerns in the poll about the number of migrants committing crimes in the nation.

In response, Biden pledged in January to “shut down the border until it could get back under control,” although his campaign manager, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, clarified that Biden does not advocate for such measures.

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