(PresidentialInsider.com)- The Department of Homeland Security has officially issued new guidelines that violate American immigration laws, and they have done so without the consent of the nation’s elected representatives. Under the new guidelines, border agents may no longer deport illegal aliens from the United States solely for being in the country illegally.
On Thursday, the Biden White House issued the orders, which was praised by left-wing pundits and media outlets.
USA Today reported how the guidelines say that an “undocumented” person will need to commit a crime in order to be eligible for deportation, effectively meaning that tens of millions of illegal aliens are here to stay and no longer need to be concerned about being deported.
Biden just made the whole country a sanctuary state.
The Department of Homeland Security issued new guidelines Thursday to immigration officers that say that being an undocumented person should “not alone be the basis” of being deported. https://t.co/f8mHV86Uea pic.twitter.com/UaqaSEAkf7
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) September 30, 2021
In a statement, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that his department will now focus their resources on apprehending and deporting illegal aliens who are a “threat to national security” and to public safety.
Which, if you think about it, is every single illegal alien in the United States. We don’t know who they are, they broke the law the moment they crossed the border, and they are a drain on the national economy.
At what point do the Democrats admit this?
Mayorkas added that as the government strives to put these people on a “path to status,” the department will not spend resources to “remove those who do not pose a threat and, in fact, make our Nation stronger.”
This is extreme. This is one of the most extreme policies implemented by any previous administration, and is clearly being done with a view to establishing a fresh new voting base for the Democrats.
The blatantly unconstitutional new rule will go into effect on November 29.