Title 42 has been used to manage and deter illegal border crossings during the COVID-19 pandemic, and its termination will mark a major policy shift.
The emergency immigration restriction will be lifted on May 11 as the national COVID-19 public health emergency expires.
Its pending termination has left many wondering what this means for our border security — and what the Biden administration is planning in order to prepare.
According to Pat Gray, it’s expected that there will be “750,000 to 1,000,000 border crossings all at once,” and “supposedly, the cartels are arranging” this in order to “overwhelm the system.”
So, what is the Biden administration planning to do about it?
Apparently, the administration is sending 1,500 troops to the border — unarmed.
Gray jokes that this basically only ensures they can “watch the illegals come across the border.”
“I mean, we’re just completely unprepared for that kind of invasion,” he continues.
Gray plays footage of what looks to be thousands of illegals currently camped out in El Paso, Texas — which is happening before Title 42 has even expired.
“If that’s not an invasion, I don’t know what is,” he comments.
“We don’t know who you are, where you’re going. You don’t have any means of support. You don’t have a job,” he continues, adding that this makes us “responsible” for the illegals as they come to America.
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