On February 11, the newly installed president, Joe Biden, terminated President Trump’s emergency order that was used to build the wall on our southern border. The border wall protected Americans from violent gangs, human traffickers, drug dealers, terrorists, anchor baby moms, and foreigners infected with deadly diseases, including the Wuhan virus.
On Tuesday, as the Biden administration prepares to end President Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, the newly installed president has asked potential Central American asylum seekers not to rush our US border with Mexico.
Meanwhile, Mexico’s health ministry is reporting that they have detected over 2 million cases of the Wuhan virus in Mexico. Instead of working to strengthen our borders during an international pandemic that’s forced an untold number of businesses to collapse in the United States, citizens living in states run by Democrat governors, like Michigan, New York, and California are being told to stay under their beds while we wait for the pandemic to pass. How will the pandemic pass when we’re not even making a serious effort to prevent infected foreigners from crossing our southern border?
Epoch Times reports – Mexico’s total number of CCP virus cases crossed 2 million with another 8,683 cases recorded on Tuesday, the health ministry said.
The country’s tally of infections now stands at 2,004,575. Mexico also reported 1,329 additional fatalities, bringing the total to 175,986 deaths.
South Korea’s Prime Minister Chung Sye-Kyun on Wednesday warned against loosening enforcement of social distancing rules after the number of new CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus cases, which causes the disease COVID-19, hit the highest levels in nearly 40 days.
The government relaxed distancing curbs starting this week, after getting on top of a third wave of COVID-19 outbreaks that peaked at about 1,200 daily cases in late December. But the numbers shot back up in just three days, topping 600 for the first time in 39 days on Tuesday.
New York Post reported on a recent (strongly worded) statement by White House officials to illegal aliens who would like to cross our borders: “We caution people seeking to immigrate to the United States that our borders are not open and that this is just the first phase in the administration’s work to reopen access to an orderly asylum process.”
“This new process applies to individuals who were returned to Mexico under the MPP program and have cases pending before the Executive Office for Immigration Review.”