Between Matamoros, Mexico and Brownsville, Texas lies the Rio Grande river. On one side is the Matamoros migrant camp where thousands of illegal invaders prep for the invasion with the aid of American open borders non-profit groups, squatting in their own filth, fighting, shaking each other down and starting fires like those that killed 40 male migrants. Across is America.
At 160 feet wide and only 2 feet deep, the invaders have little trouble making their way across. Despite the slur ‘wetback’, little actual swimming is usually required. Past proposals to widen and deepen the river so it’s a tenth of a mile and twenty feet deep would have been fairly expensive, but was shut down by open borders advocates who claim the invaders might drown.
In one week in April, some 15,000 illegal invaders traversed the river. The media regularly features dramatic photos of migrants crossing the Rio Grande and offers sympathetic portrayals of the invaders such as the New York Times story: “Desperate Migrants on the Border: ‘I Should Just Swim Across.” The coverage often describes these invasions as “sudden” or “unexpected”.
But there’s nothing sudden or unexpected about them. They’re the work of the Coyote-in-Chief.
The Center for Immigration Studies recently revealed that it was told by Mexican immigration officers that the river crossings were secretly coordinated with the Department of Homeland Security on Whatsapp so as to be able to expedite the release of the invaders into America.
CIS’s Todd Bensman described how, “Once the Americans felt they could take in more, they message the Mexicans that ‘they are ready to receive them.'” And then “the officers signal to the waiting crowd to go forward and, once they figure enough are in the water, they cut off the rest and push and cajole them back into line until the Americans signal they’re ready again.”
What appeared to be the epitome of illegal migration was actually being run by the government. The new ‘wetbacks’, much like the rest of the open border, was the policy of the White House.
Why keep the coordination secret? To maintain the fiction that the border is being policed.
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas claimed that the “border is not open” after authorizing the mass release of illegal invaders without even the polite fiction of giving them a court date and a tracking app on their phone. DHS claimed that it had to release the migrants because at over 10,000 invaders a day, it didn’t even have the resources to do any kind of processing, but also claimed that the illegals being released had been “carefully vetted”.
The Biden administration claims with a straight face that it doesn’t have the resources to give migrants a court date or put a tracking app on their phone, let alone actually deal with their fake asylum claims, but that it does have the resources to have “carefully vetted” them. And that ought to tell you all you need to know about its standards for careful vetting.
When a Florida judge ordered DHS to stop just dumping illegals, Mayorkas denounced the ruling as “very harmful”. The harm it’s causing is to the Biden open borders agenda.
Parole or ‘Alternatives to Detention’ was already an illegal abuse of authority that turned border security into one massive coyote program. Mayorkas is protesting that requiring any standards for releasing illegals into the country is harmful. Speaking at the border, he offered a policy alternative that encompasses the larger agenda of the Coyote-in-Chief.
At the end of April, DHS announced that it would be working to open “regional processing centers” with the State Department to “significantly expand lawful pathways for protection” while targeting smugglers for enforcement. “The great thieves lead away the little thief,” Diogenes observed. On the border, the great coyotes are leading away the little coyotes.
While the little coyotes just want to make a few thousand dollars, the big coyotes want to fundamentally transform America. And so rather than securing the border, the Biden administration, Kamala, Blinken, Mayorkas, and all the big coyotes, are proposing to stop the uncontrolled border mass invasion by organizing it into a controlled mass invasion through the immigration system. But as we can see from the swimmers crossing the Rio Grande, what appears to be an uncontrolled mass invasion is actually a closely controlled invasion.
“Heads you get illegal migration, tails you also get illegal migration,” has always been the open borders scam. Amnesty, work permits and expanded refugee arrivals were all pitched as compromise alternatives that would control illegal immigration. While Republicans imagine that the invasion overwhelming not only Brownsville, but Chicago, New York City and D.C. will mobilize enforcement action, the Biden administration is using it for its own open borders agenda offering to take on the role of the coyotes to control the invasion.
Ending the invasion would be childishly easy. Nations have been controlling their borders for thousands of years. Preventing mobs from storming across is not some esoteric art, it’s the fundamental reason why we have a military. But the military, like CBP, is not allowed to do its job and secure the border. The troops are deployed at the border to provide additional “resources” and the thing that they’re providing resources for is expediting the release of illegal invaders.
Having turned CBP into coyotes, Biden also decided to turn the military into coyotes.
Open borders advocates claim that we need migrants “to do the jobs Americans won’t do.” Texas and Florida are proposing to do the job that the federal government won’t do.
H.B. 20 in Texas would create a protection force and criminalize crossing the border. The House bill makes trespassing into a felony while the Senate bill would hand out life sentences to previously convicted and deported felons trying to reenter the United States.
Such a law might have stopped Francisco Oropeza, who had been deported four times from the United States and then returned and killed 5 people, or Nicolas Jaimes-Hernandez, who shot 5 people, last year. The Biden administration can be expected to argue, much as Obama did when Arizona tried to enforce immigration laws, that it’s strictly a federal responsibility.
Since the disastrous Arizona v. United States Supreme Court ruling, the composition of the court has changed dramatically with three of the five justices who issued it no longer on the bench. Since then rulings, like those that upended Biden’s catch and release programs, recognized that states have a compelling interest in immigration policy and are harmed by open borders.
But Texas will still likely face an uphill battle. And not just legally. Any force it deploys will collide with Biden’s coyote forces. Last year, video showed Texas National Guard troops locking a gate to keep illegals out while Border Patrol personnel unlocked the gate to let the invaders in. Whatever Texas does to keep illegals out, the Biden administration will counter to let them in.
Such are the policies of the Coyote-in-Chief and his coyote secretaries and administrators.
The border isn’t in a “state of chaos” as even some conservatives argue, it’s a neatly executed plan that can look chaotic from the outside. But on the inside, much like the Rio Grande swimmers being waved through in coordination with Mexican authorities, it’s very orderly.
The deployment of immigration authorities, open borders activists, resettlers, reporters and the invaders themselves is going according to plan. The coyotes aren’t on the outside anymore, they’re on the inside. The illegal invasion isn’t coming from out there, but from in here.