National Populist Newsletter
Since the inauguration of President Biden in January of 2021, around 954,000 illegal border crossers have been released into the United States, with nearly 118,000 being released in the month of April 2022 alone, according to Breitbart News. That’s roughly the same population of Austin, Texas being added into our country. The Biden administration is currently pushing to end the Title 42 protections, which have been used to return border crossers safely into Mexico. Rep. Tom McClintock hypothesizes that the end of the protections could lead to some 18,000 illegal border crossings daily.
The Biden administration, in a memo by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Mayorkas earlier this year, has implemented a policy of ditching workplace immigration raids. As Newsweek notes, immigration began to rise substantially after the policy change was announced, likely due to a lack of deterrence. The presence of undocumented workers in the workforce is leading to lower wages on average for American workers, according to multiple reports.
Under the Biden administration, the DHS has increasingly been refusing to use Title 42 protections to return illegal border crossers to Mexico, instead opting for catch and release practices that release illegals into the U.S. interior, according to a new report by Breitbart News. According to a Fox News poll, 63 percent of US voters want the Biden administration to keep Title 42 protections in place.
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that federal courts do not have jurisdiction to review certain executive-branch factual findings that determine whether non-citizens are eligible for "adjustment of status." Those findings can dictate whether a person is deported, The National Law Review reported. Gorsuch ruled with the liberal justices, which is quite problematic given his weakness on issues of law and order. Never put a libertarian on the bench.
According to a new report by the New York Times, youth drug deaths are rising due to the availability of pills like Perocet and Xanax on social media apps such as Snapchat and TikTok, the majority of which are laced with fentanyl, per police officials. During the pandemic, drug use has risen, and mental health has declined among young people in the US.