Opinion by A. Dru Kristenev
Texas GOP defied the Biden Administration and challenged their own governor by openly declaring there is an invasion on the southern border. Identifying the crush of illegal immigrants pouring across the U.S.-Mexico boundary as “Biden’s border crisis,” Governor Abbott has forestalled the inevitable by sidestepping the term “invasion” and instituting half-hearted measures to counter the human flood.
Abbott’s filling busses and sending them to Washington, D.C. and New York has caused outcry from those mayors about the strain the new arrivals are placing on civic services. Not everyone has been supportive of the Texas governor’s tactic, but transporting immigrants to municipalities like D.C. and NYC that have adopted sanctuary city designations should be expected and welcomed.
The trickle of immigrants relocated north aren’t putting a dent in the hundreds of thousands of nation crashers in the Southwest
The trickle of immigrants relocated north aren’t putting a dent in the hundreds of thousands of nation crashers in the Southwest, however. And the stream of immigrants is swelling due to the shuttle diplomacy carried out by DHS Director Mayorkas and Secretary of State Tony Blinken in Mexico and Central America many weeks ago. These were efforts to shorten the route through the dangerous Darien Gap, located at the base of the Panamanian Isthmus that conveys the major flow of immigrants from 150 countries, paving a “superhighway” to American soil.
The Biden administration is claiming that departments of Homeland Security and State are responding to a humanitarian crisis by expediting travel for undocumented and illegal entrants into the United States. By clearing the way for quicker journeys through Central America and Mexico, the administration has increased the suffering of displaced people, especially unaccompanied minors. It has green-lighted the trafficking and exploitation of women and children, essentially partnering with drug cartels and their militarized armies.
The collaboration doesn’t end with the administration smoothing the way from the Darien Gap to our lower 48 states. Biden has been funding the “travel agents” with taxpayer dollars since he walked into office.
The recently exposed federal contract with MVM Inc. for $136 Million last year to transport by air and bus unescorted children to each state in the union has continued unabated. A whistleblower uncovered the fact that nonprofits are feeding minors into the trafficking pipeline at the rate of 30,000 a month, landing them at airports in the middle of the night from the Northwest to NYC. These children are being handed over to individuals, foregoing background checks and, in a growing number of situations, without claiming familial relationship.
The Biden administration is complicit in illegal trafficking of unprotected minors, women and men under the pretense of abating an immigration emergency, all the while spending millions of dollars that amplifies the suffering. It is also tacitly facilitating drug cartels by tying the hands of INS and Border Patrol agents, commanding them to disregard their sworn duties to enforce immigration law.
Because the administration is sticking to defining its role encouraging caravans to breach the southern border as dealing with a “humanitarian crisis,” it expects to evade the term “invasion” and it may even work… for a while.
Biden administration working in tandem with terrorist cartels to deliver illegal drugs and slaves
By financing the illicit transportation of women, minors and military-aged men to communities all across the nation, the Biden administration has mired itself in a role far more dire. Working in tandem, be it public or covert cooperation, with terrorist cartels, enemies that have taken to marching armed members deep into U.S. territory to deliver illegal drugs and slaves, the nature of the administration’s actions takes on a wholly different character. It becomes treason.
How so? The administration is no longer operating in the interest of protecting the national security of the United States but is actively subverting it by aiding enemies to cross our international boundaries with the intent of profiting from inflicting harm to American citizens, their lives and property, and undermining the economy and individuals’ health and well-being. The administration has, under the guise of dealing with a “humanitarian crisis,” declared war on the nation for which its members took an oath to defend, the United States of America.
Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.
The foregoing section doesn’t apply to President Trump. It describes the actions of the current administration under the presidential seal of Joseph R. Biden.
A. Dru Kristenev
Former newspaper publisher, A. Dru Kristenev, grew up in the publishing industry working every angle of a paper, from ad composition and sales, to personnel management, copy writing, and overseeing all editorial content. During her tenure as a news professional, Kristenev traveled internationally as a representative of the paper and, on separate occasions, non-profit organizations. Since 2007, Kristenev has authored five fact-filled political suspense novels, the Baron Series, and two non-fiction books, all available on Amazon. Carrying an M.S. degree and having taught at premier northwest universities, she is the trustee of Scribes’ College of Journalism, which mission is to train a new generation of journalists in biblical standards of reporting. More information about the college and how to support it can be obtained by contacting Kristenev at [email protected]. ChangingWind (changingwind.org) is a solutions-centered Christian ministry. Donate Here
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