Biden’s admin and the immigration laws are not on the same page. Ever since he stepped into office!
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Many Americans appear to be getting away with dozens of work arounds resulting in an unfathomable number of illegals being allowed to enter and work inside our sovereign borders.
As a result, the admin is making preparations for an another massive wave of illegal aliens and asylum-seekers in the wake of their decision.
“Millions of illegals have already entered this year but the Biden administration is ending Title 42 anyway, removing another tool the Trump administration put in place to turn away illegals over COVID and other concerns,” the Gateway Pundit reported.
“In response to Biden’s decision, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced that state officials would send illegal aliens on charter buses to Washington, D.C., and drop them off at the steps of the U.S. Capitol in protest of Biden’s immigration policies.”
On Wednesday it was discovered that the Biden administration is giving expensive smartphones with service to the illegals, to try to track them until their still to be determined, asylum court dates.
Jen Psaki confirms Biden is giving FREE PHONES to illegal immigrants before releasing them into the U.S. pic.twitter.com/rJnbhTGXuK
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“Our team in Texas says you guys are starting to give smartphones to border crossers hoping they’ll use the phones to check in or to be tracked. Which part of that is supposed to deter people from crossing illegally into the states?” asked Doocy.
“Well I think you of all people, since you’ve asked a range of questions about this topic over time, would recognize that we need to take steps to ensure that we know where individuals are and we can track and we can check in with them,” replied Psaki.
She went on to explain how the phones are used to track the migrants.
“The Alternatives to Detention Program, which is what we utilize, has three unique forms of technology to monitor participants enrolled in the program,” Psaki explained. “Telephonic is one of them, which uses a participant’s voice to create a biometric voiceprint during the enrollment process. And when the participant has a check-in call, their voice is compared to the voiceprint.”