By Bethany Blankley (Center Square)
Border Patrol agents who have spent their careers protecting the US will now have to face termination if they refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-1 for by November.
At the same time, the Biden administration is imposing no processing requirements for illegal entry into the United States in order to be processed and released into the United States.
In response, U.S. representatives Jim Jordan, R-Ohio and Tom McClintock, R-Caliph. Letter They expressed disbelief that “the Biden administration will allow cowardly-positive illegal aliens to cross the border but will eliminate dedicated law enforcement officials who do not comply with the president’s order.”
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“The Biden border crisis continues to escalate due to illegal alien flows across the southwestern border as a result of President Biden and your fundamental immigration policy,” they wrote. “The brave men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol are working tirelessly to address the border crisis created by the administration,” the DHS said, threatening to dismiss a significant number of agents who refused to comply.
Congressmen argue that the work of agents is made more difficult “when senior officials, including Vice President Kamala Harris, spread false allegations of cruelty, as has happened to officials mounted in Del Rio in recent days, ignoring reports of attacks against Border Patrol personnel.”
Biden’s order “risks reducing the number of border patrol personnel already in the border crisis,” they added.
Since February, more than 1.2 million people have entered the United States illegally, and none are subject to vaccine orders.
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Frank Lopez, a retired Border Patrol agent in the Del Rio sector, told Jr. Center Square that the president’s order was “a complete betrayal by the government that border patrol agents swore to protect the border.”
“Our delegates took the oath of office enacted by the US Congress,” he said. “We have a system. But under the president’s executive order, millions of illegals are allowed to violate immigration laws and agents who follow the law who don’t want to get COVID shots can be fired.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), another policy of the administration is that those who legally apply for permanent resident status by October 1 must receive both Covid-1 sh shots. Order, Or their application will be denied.
Another executive order requires millions of workers to be tested regularly for Covid-1 for if they do not receive the vaccine, but Myorcas 2 admitted on September 24 that 15,000 Haitians had illegally gathered in Del Rio, Texas, to be tested before Covid-1 was released. Didn’t.
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“Yeah, so, we didn’t test that population of individuals,” he said. “I don’t know if anyone was sick at Kovid. We have certainly had some people get sick, especially not with Kovid, to my knowledge and we have solved their illness. In fact, we set up medical tents that had a certain standard to meet medical needs. “
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said Fox News That “the Biden administration cares more about those who are not in this country than American citizens who live in this country.”
Texas Attorney General Ken Pactson has joined the Multistate Alliance and promised employers to fight the Biden Vaccine Order.
And U.S. Representative Roger Williams, R-Texas, former Texas Secretary of State argued, “Under the Biden administration, illegal immigrants are not tested for COVID-19 or face vaccine orders. But American workers are fined President Biden cares more about the safety and security of Americans than about illegal immigrants.
In July, Axios Report By the time illegal immigrants were not required to take the Covid-1sh shot before being released in the United States, more than 18% of immigrant families and 20% of unaccompanied minors who entered the United States illegally were testing positive for the virus, the New York Times reported. Report.
In mid-September, when the Biden administration forced American workers to receive the Covid-1 vaccine or fined their employers, forced them to lose their potential jobs, or required regular tests and masks, when the same standard did not apply to ‘illegal immigrants, refugees or Applying for immigrants, White House press secretary Jane Saki simply said Replied“That’s right.”
He said of the thousands of Haitians who have entered Del Rio, Saki said, those who do not provide proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-1 test are “not the same thing” who enter the country legally. “They are evaluated to see if they have any symptoms. … If they have symptoms, the purpose is to stay in quarantine for them. This is our process.
“They don’t want to stay here for long. I don’t think it’s the same thing. ”
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But about 15,000 Haitians under the bridge were not isolated or tested, the DHS acknowledged. The majority were also not deported, instead being given “notice to appear” to return to immigration court. While they wait 12 to 36 months during the process, they stay in the United States
U.S. Representative Chip Roy, of R-Texas, told The Center Square, “It should come as no surprise that the Biden administration will once again show its hypocrisy by threatening American citizens with an unconstitutional vaccine mandate and threatening their livelihoods. The full implementation of the title prot2 protocol and the release of immigrants inside, many of whom are covid positive.
“We must hold this administration accountable for its impenetrable failure at the border, fully enforce the title, and put the safety of the American people first.”
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