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Biden to send 1,500 troops to the border – but don’t be fooled

Sounds like an incredible headline. President Biden is sending 1,500 troops to the border as he prepares for the May 11 end of Title 42, which eased the return of illegal immigrants to their countries. Thousands of illegal immigrants are at the border waiting for the day.

But these troops are not there to defend the border. They are arriving to help process the flood of individuals who plan to swarm in. Nobody is going to get shot, and the fentanyl will keep flowing.

Among the jobs the troops will be tasked with, according to the Pentagon: “Data entry and warehouse support.”

The forces will be deployed for 90 days, or until the country is completely overrun with people who don’t belong here and surrenders to Mexico.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre as usual blamed Republicans for failing to “act” on immigration, which means they don’t want to accept mass amnesty.

Meanwhile, the taxpayer-funded wall being built around Biden’s beach house must be done by now.

1 thought on “Biden to send 1,500 troops to the border – but don’t be fooled”

  1. Somebody tell the WH that sending 1500 troops to the border to babysit migrants is not effective management.

    And putting on a Mexican hat on Cinco de Mayo does not make you Mexican.

    Same logic

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