The Biden administration plans to move 3,000 immigrant teenage males to the Dallas Convention Center to handle overcrowded facilities along the nation’s southern border. The change comes just two months into President Joe Biden’s immigration reform policies.
“The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center will be used for up to 90 days beginning as early as this week, according to a memo obtained by The Associated Press that was sent Monday to members of the Dallas City Council,” the Associated Press released in a statement Monday. “Federal agencies will use the facility to house boys ages 15 to 17, according to the memo, which describes the soon-to-open site as a ‘decompression center.’”
In addition, more than 1,000 immigrant children and teenagers are being held 500 miles south of Dallas in Donna, Texas. Homeland Security has now brought the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on board to assist because our borders are so overrun.
As predicted, Biden’s immigration policies have now led to refugee camps within the United States. Our country is quickly deteriorating into Third World America.
A Third World country is generally defined as a nation that has high rates of poverty, economic and/or political instability, and high mortality rates. Biden has already successfully checked off items one and two.
A high mortality rate may be an overstatement for America, but an increased mortality rate could apply. Between COVID-19 deaths, the mental health fallout from long term lockdowns and increased dangers due to immigration influx, the Biden and Harris years may bring the nation down to the level of the impoverished countries the U.S. traditionally helps.
Of course, from Biden’s perspective it’s not a crisis; it’s a surge. But if 3,000 immigrant teen males showed up in your town, you might be a little concerned. Where will they sleep? What will they eat? What about school? Where will they go after 90 days? The questions continue to add up, but the answers don’t.
Instead, borders states like Texas are being forced to take on international immigration on their own because Joe Biden opened up our borders and told all of central and south America to come on in. Texas leaders were forced to launch Operation Lone Star to deal with all of the incredible immigration expenses Texas taxpayers are forced to cover.
Arizona, California and New Mexico share a smaller portion of the nation’s southern border, and are beginning to also cry out for assistance. Arizona (along with Montana) filed a lawsuit last week against the Biden administration over his 100-day moratorium on deportations.
Here’s one clear example of the differences between Trump’s immigration policies and Biden’s. Trump’s Remain in Mexico policy ensured 71,000 asylum seekers remained in Mexico until their cases were held. Biden ended this policy, allowing such immigrants to remain in America.
We’re now seeing the results of this and other changes. If the pace continues, major cities across the nation will start seeing similar refugee camp-like locations. Third World America is no longer a prediction. It is becoming reality.