Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration has admitted to establishing a “safe and effective” open border policy to allow migrants to flow into the United States.
The stunning admission was made by White House National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby.
During a Friday appearance on CNN’s “The Lead,” Kirby admitted the Biden admin is working to facilitate “safe and effective pathways” for massive inflows of illegal aliens to cross the border.
Kirby made the remarks while criticizing a comparison made by Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX).
Sessions compared the border crisis to the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal.
“It’s not chaos down there at the border — at least not right now,” Kirby told host Jake Tapper while defending of the collapsed Southern Border.
“I think it’s just incorrigible to compare what we’re trying to do with safe and effective pathways coming in through the border to what happened with Afghanistan.
“It is not at all the same situation.”
“And the footage that you just showed demonstrates that it’s not chaos down there at the border, at least not right now,” he insisted.
“We’re doing everything we can to strike a right balance here between providing legal pathways into the country but enforcement of our border laws, of our need to have a safe and secure border there, Jake.”
Kirby then called on Republicans to pass Joe Biden’s mass amnesty bill he introduced since entering the White House in 2021.
“And if the Congressman really cared that much about helping with the southern border situation, then he would enjoin his colleagues in the Congress to pass legislation, to pass immigration reform to dust off and take a look at the immigration reform that the president put on Capitol Hill the day he took office, which has not yet been acted on,” he said.
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The U.S.-Mexico border has been flooded with tens of thousands of illegal aliens since the recent expiration of Title 42.
The Trump-era law was enacted during the pandemic that allowed the U.S. government to quickly deport migrants to Mexico.
President Donald Trump’s policy has been credited by all sides as a huge success in keeping illegal migrant numbers down at the border.
According to Customs and Border Protection figures, over 6 million aliens so far have illegally entered the U.S. since Biden took the White House.
Another 2.5 million are expected to cross into the U.S. in 2023 alone, according to an analysis by the Princeton Policy Advisors.
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