Border Chief Extends Covert Migration Pipeline to More Cities

Border Chief Extends Covert Migration Pipeline to More Cities

June 10, 2022

The Biden administration’s open-borders fanatic and DHS chief Alejandro Mayorkas is expanding the covert distribution of economic migrants to jobs and homes in Los Angeles, Houston, and Dallas, according to NBC News.

But the number of his incoming migrants at the border is growing so fast that it will overwhelm those aid groups’ ability to hide the traffic. That is a political problem because crowds of migrants would likely be spotlighted by the evening news. For example, Mayorkas caused a PR disaster for Biden when roughly 30,000 migrants gathered at Del Rio, Texas, in September 2021.

NBC reported on June 8 that “[t]he plan would alleviate overcrowding along the border where record high numbers of border crossers have overwhelmed the capacity of local shelters in some cities, at times leading Customs and Border Protection to release migrants on the street to fend for themselves…

The new model would use federal funds to send migrants to shelters in cities further inside the country before they go to their final destinations. Besides Los Angeles, cities where they will be sent include Albuquerque, Houston and Dallas. DHS is working with shelters in each of those cities in advance of moving migrants. The agency’s Southwest Border Coordination Center, which combines officials from FEMA, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, CBP and others, is coordinating the effort.

The administration’s pipeline plan is intended to keep the population transfer out of the public’s eye, the New York Times reported on May 24:

As the Biden administration sees about 8,200 border crossings a day — or nearly the population of College Station, Texas, entering the country every two weeks, far more than at this time last year — it is counting on small nonprofit organizations like La Posada Providencia to manage the influx into border cities and towns, helping to stave off politically explosive images of chaos and disorder ahead of the November midterms.

Technically, the administration is not smuggling the cartel-delivered migrants into the U.S. economy because it is first giving them temporary legal status at the border, Todd Bensman, an expert at the Center for Immigration Studies, told Breitbart News:

What they do is, when they cross the border, [Maoyrkas’ deputies] can very quickly legalize these people. And then what they do after that is say, “Well, they’re legal, we’ve legalized them.” So when they move them after that, they’re moving legalized people. It’s the act of legalizing them [at the border] that is the aiding and abetting [the cartels] part.

Then it just becomes impossible after that [to track the flow of migrants] … unless you follow one of the buses emptying out in Miami and then follow everybody home, they just disappear from vision.

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