National Populist Newsletter
As the United States currently faces a nationwide baby formula shortage, the Biden administration is sending baby formula to illegal immigrants. Republican Florida lawmaker Rep. Kat Cammack revealed through social media that illegal immigrant mothers were being sent “pallets” after an immigration agent sent her images of the deliveries from a border processing facility in McAllen, Texas, according to the Washington Examiner.
An illegal alien from Honduras was found guilty of trespassing on a local ranch in Texas and was sentenced to a maximum jail time of one year, according to the Epoch Times. This was the first trial conducted under Gov. Greg Abbott’s (R) Operation Lone Star program, which seeks to arrest those who trespass on private or state land. Until the trial, most defendants pleaded guilty, did not contest, or reached a plea deal to serve time with no fine.
President Joe Biden has reversed his decision to give $450,000 to 940 illegal alien family members that were separated under the Trump administration. According to Breitbart News, the Biden administration is now requesting that the illegal crossers’ claims be dismissed in federal court. The Biden administration was in negotiations with these illegal aliens last October over the financial compensation that they would supposedly receive.
A coalition of Conservative groups is pushing congressional Republicans to demand the Biden administration not propose any amnesty packages under the guise of “comprehensive immigration reform.” The group consists of the Heritage Foundation, the National Border Patrol Council, the Claremont Institute, and dozens of other groups. They also shared a 15-point plan that would “toughen border control policies.” According to the Washington Examiner, some of the coalitions’ policy proposals include:
Excluding any type of amnesty.
Creating “an authority to immediately expel illegal aliens across the border.”
Tightening asylum rules.
Completing the border wall system.
Boosting border resources and personnel.
Letting states participate in immigration policy.
Along with the coalition of groups signing on to the bill, other former Trump White House officials have signed on too, including former DHS Secretary Chad Wolf, former WH Cheif of Staff Mark Meadows, former acting ICE Director Tom Homan, and more. (Fox News) The goal of the group’s letter is to have the House Republicans have a unified message on immigration, something they don’t currently have, if they win back the majority in November. If the conservative movement can somehow coalesce Republican lawmakers into this policy framework, they’re hoping they’ll be use it to legislate and govern come 2023 and 2025 with a Republican President.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said this past week that immigration judges should consider the mental health of any illegal alien who is convicted of an aggravated felony while they await their asylum claim processing in court or whether to delay their deportation, according to Yahoo News.