Not a Crisis? Maybe Our Homeland Security Secretary Needs A Dictionary

Via Jim Campbell’s


Not a Crisis? Maybe Our Homeland Security Secretary Needs A Dictionary

Comment by Jim Campbell

March 7th, 2021

It’s truly amazing how the left and the right differ on not just this issue but must issues.

They weren’t hired to create more problems they are in office to solve them.

What would be the result of completely closing Congress for a year?

No new laws stealing our freedoms as laid down in the U.S. Constitution and no new taxes to fund their delusions.

Who’s ready to give this a try?

Biden’s illegal immigration policy has opened the doors for drug cartels to enter America.

Make no mistake about it, they are already here making millions upon millions of dollars now they will be making billions.

By Charles “Sam” Faddis

Asked at a recent press conference whether he believed the situation at the southern border now constituted a crisis, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas had this to say.

“I think that the — the answer is no.

I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing, and we have our resources dedicated to managing it.”

Maybe Secretary Mayorkas needs a copy of Webster’s.

Definition of crisis:

An unstable or crucial time or state of affairs in which a decisive change is impending especially : one with the distinct possibility of a highly undesirable outcome.


In the last week in one portion of South Texas alone, 10,000 migrants have been apprehended crossing the border illegally. Keep in mind those are the folks that got caught.

Along the entire border apprehensions are rising by the month, and compared to last year, the numbers are off the charts.

In January of this year 78,323 people were caught crossing the border without papers.

In January of last year that number was 36, 585.

Records show the number of illegals coming across the border exploded late last year on the cusp of the Presidential election.

Joe Biden made clear before he ever won the Presidency that he would strike a very different tone than Donald Trump on illegal immigration.

He effectively invited migrants to come north and walk across the border.

The people of Central American in particular heard him.

They are coming.

Mayorkas may say what he wants.

Reality has a way of intruding.

The situation is already out of control. Shelters are overflowing. Border Patrol facilities are overwhelmed.

The federal government is now taking custody of 321 migrant children a day.

Those numbers are rising. Officials have already advised that they anticipate needing beds for 20,000 migrant children. The Department of Homeland Security recently told the White House that at this rate they anticipate apprehending 117,000 minors this year.

“We’re seeing the highest February numbers than we’ve ever seen in the history of the [Unaccompanied Alien Child] program,” a Department of Health and Human Services official told Axios.

Migrant children are, of course, only one piece of the story.

Adult crossings are out of control too, and most of the people coming are not simply finding their own way.

They are being moved by smuggling networks, often the same ones that move drugs, and these cartels are making a killing. Jim Campbell’s read more

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