“Folks, I’m not interested in playing politics with the border or with immigration. I’m interested in fixing it,” President Joe Biden said.

However, many find that his border policies reflect just the opposite. Since he walked into the Oval Office from day one, he has put all kinds of new immigration policies in place. He quickly rescinded Donald Trump’s border-protection measures with the stroke of a pen and enacted 94 executive actions in the first 100 days.

By getting rid of Trump’s border wall and the “Remain in Mexico” policy, it stopped deportations and meant illegal immigrants could arrive via charter flights in the middle of the night.

As a response to the influx of migrants, democrats cast the blame to Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX), when it was their own president. 

In recent polls, voters have expressed dissatisfaction in President Biden’s handling of illegal migration. However, his response was not to reinstate Trump’s border policy, but to amend the DACA 2.0 policy. In the long term, this will attract even more of the Third World to illegally cross the border and place more burden on taxpayers.

In his amendment, he’s now giving green cards a three-year path to citizenship to at least half a million illegals who happen to be married to US citizens.

Meanwhile, migrants from around the world continue to arrive across the U.S. southern border daily.

On the very same day that Biden announced this amended policy, an illegal immigrant from Ecuador was arrested for allegedly tying up and raping a little 13-year-old girl in broad daylight in a Flushing, Queens.

Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi, 25, who entered the US through Eagle Pass, Texas, in June 2021, reportedly told police Wednesday he cut off the girl’s clothes with a knife and recorded the rape midway through.

The heinous crime occurred only days after another illegal migrant, Victor Martinez-Hernandez, 23, was arrested in Oklahoma for allegedly raping and murdering Maryland mom-of-five Rachel Morin while she was hiking.

Many have argued that these crimes could’ve been avoided if they were simply denied entry into the US. And there have been countless incidents similar to and even worse than these.

In another frightening case, an illegal migrant from Somalia with ties to terrorist group al-Shabaab crossed the southern border in March 2023 and roamed the country for almost a year before being arrested in Minnesota in January.