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The Mess on America’s Open Borders – Ken’s Thought of the Week


Threat Analyst Ken Abramowitz is author of “The Multifront War

Editor: Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, President, American Center for Democracy (ACD)

See the sources for this article and more research in the Additional Reading section


Since taking power in January 2021, the Biden Administration opened the borders to anyone who couldn’t or wouldn’t enter the country legally.By now, more than seven million immigrants from some 160 countries have been listed by the border authorities. (Three to five million illegal migrants have entered each year from the south and more than 100,000 from have died close to the border. In addition, some 85,000 unaccompanied migrant children have gone missing.

Many illegal migrants are unaccompanied minors, aged 13-17, of near military age. Many are victims of sex trafficking. Close to 30% of the women are victims of sex crimes. The federal government transports thousands of these immigrants to large and small cities nationwide, generally without the local authorities’ permission and knowledge. Many are used as “mules” by Mexican human and drug traffickers, bringing in illicit drugs, such as cocaine, heroin, and the Chinese-sourced fentanyl that kills more than 100,000 Americans yearly and harms many others. Over the past two years, enough fentanyl has been confiscated by the Border Patrol to have killed everyone in America twice.

Why does the Biden Administration keep the U.S. borders open? Why does it allow this appalling human and drug trafficking into the country?

We at Save The West can only guess:

1) The Biden Administration and the Democrat Party apparently decided to open the borders to millions of illegal immigrants and furnish them with IDs so that they will be able to vote for Democrat candidates in future elections.2) The huge upsurge of homeless immigrants has already caused chaos and will make mail-in voting and vote harvesting more acceptable to the public.

3) Certain Border police personnel who are corrupted by the very rich and powerful drug and human trafficking cartels allow the entry of unknown numbers of illegal immigrants, huge quantities of illicit drugs, and weapons.

4) The resulting uptick in crime and chaos scares the public into accepting the government’s arbitrary and often illegal policies that have caused radical legal and social changes.

Is there a solution to this mess?

Yes. Americans should use their votes to bring in an administration that would immediately close the Southern and Northern borders.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers must be empowered to deport as many illegals (15 million projected by 2025) as is feasible. Future illegal immigrants should not be promised welfare or other benefits, in order to keep them from even trying to come.

Those U.S. officials who have been responsible for the open borders must be impeached, fired, and indicted. Unless these steps are taken, Americans could find themselves in a civil war with the increasingly-armed illegal immigrants, who will resist arrest and deportation.

All candidates running for President must present their detailed policies, as well as a comprehensive plan to reform the U.S. immigration process to secure the borders, without amnesty for those who broke the law.  The voters who will put them in office should decide. They have the right to know and to approve.


Additional Reading:

More illegal immigrants entered the US – Townhall.com

Nationwide Encounters | U.S. Customs and Border Protection – cpb.gov

Sexual violence during the process of immigration m- vawnet.org

Biden’s open border is attracting a new category of illegal migrants – NYPost.com

Biden’s actions tell the truth: He’s gone full open borders – NYPost.com

Key facts about the U.S. unauthorized immigrant population – PewResearch.org

Corruption on the Border — FBI.gov

Border challenges frustrate South Texans seeing increased human-smuggling, exacerbate political tensions – The Washington Post