More wall miles and deportation flights, Biden’s new attempt to stop immigration

Published October 15, 2023
New wall section. Biden’s administration raised eyebrows on October 2 by announcing it would build around 20 miles of border wall in southern Texas.
Broken promises. The new section brokes Biden’s campaign promise that his administration would not allow for the construction of “another foot” of border wall.
Contradictions. The wall also sparked direct contradictions in Biden’s speech, who told the press that the plan would not work on the same day it was announced.
Trump era funds. The President claims that the new wall section aims at complying with the law, as Congress appropriated the funds for its construction in 2019, during Trump’s administration.
Victory claims. On the other hand, the former President claimed victory on a Twitter (now known as X) post. Donald Trump said that Biden should apologize for taking so long.
Spend it or lose it. Still, President Biden argues that the authorization to build the new wall section came from the need to spend those funds that Congress refused to rescind.


RELATED: Biden’s go-ahead for added border wall draws criticism from Democrats in Congress

The criticism comes after the Biden administration moved to use funds appropriated during the Trump administration to allow for 20 miles of additional border wall along the South of Texas, in the process waiving 26 federal laws. (Photo via Getty Images)
Published October 15, 2023

WASHINGTON — U.S. congressional Democrats are frustrated with the White House’s decision to allow for the construction of additional border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Walls don’t work. It’s that simple,” Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal of Washington state wrote on X, formerly Twitter. “If we really want to take steps to solve the situation at our border, we must invest in real solutions to process migrants and refugees.”

The criticism comes after the Biden administration moved to use funds appropriated during the Trump administration to allow for 20 miles of additional border wall along the South of Texas, in the process waiving 26 federal laws.

In a Federal Register notice, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security noted that the additional construction of the border wall in Starr County, Texas is part of a busy U.S. Border Patrol sector seeing “high illegal entry.”

About 245,000 illegal entries have been recorded in the region for the 2023 fiscal year, according to DHS data.



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Illinois among blue states stressed by migrants sent from border states
Published October 15, 2023

Nothing seems to come easy for Republicans when it comes to settling on a Speaker of the House.

Tax cuts in Iowa are on the way after the latest report of a surplus.

And the Illinois governor puts pressure on the President for help deal with migrants. Now the President will allow the border wall to be built.

Host Jim Niedelman gets to all that with Scott County Democratic Party Chair Kay Pence and Iowa Republican Party Chair Jeff Kaufmann.

Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker openly admitted recently his state is having problems managing the influx of migrants sent there from southern states, some along the border with Mexico.

Pritzker called on President Biden for more federal resources to establish a coordinated response.

Democrats in other states made similar requests.

It’s hard to deny this is a brilliant political strategy by Republican governors for blue states to feel their pain. President Biden responded ultimately by lifting his ban on building the border wall to calls of hypocrisy from Republicans.



RELATED: ‘I felt backstabbed’: Biden’s US-Mexico border wall plans elicit condemnation

Nayda Alvarez, a vocal opponent of the border wall, near the Rio Grande, which runs alongside her property in Rio Grande City, Texas. Photograph: Michael Gonzalez/The Guardian
Published October 15, 2023
Area residents thought their land was safe after Trump’s wall plans were foiled, only to discover Biden’s plans to build more

Nayda Alvarez and her family love to spend time outdoors on their sprawling property along the Rio Grande in south Texas, fishing the river and barbecuing.

Under the previous administration, Alvarez fought against plans for Donald Trump’s “wall” along the US-Mexico border designed to prevent migrants crossing into the US without permission, especially as the steel barrier would have sliced through her property, effectively ending her family’s deep ties to the land.

Suddenly, the Biden administration is forcing Alvarez to reopen a chapter in her life that she thought was closed for good after Trump never finished his project and a lawsuit seeking to seize her property was dropped.

“I felt backstabbed … Biden did say ‘not another foot’,” Alvarez said, as she sat in her yard amid rural tranquility, where birds were singing and fish occasionally jumped out of the water.

Oftentimes, though, the sounds of nature are interrupted by the whirring blades of low-flying government helicopters patrolling the river, which marks the international boundary.





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