May 10, 2019
Joe Biden is known to have so much love to give that he’s unable to resist the urge to inappropriately touch people. He just can’t contain all the love he has inside him.
His nurturing instincts are now manifesting towards goblin invaders.
Vice President Joe Biden said at a California campaign event that the nation has an obligation to provide health care for people, including those who came into the country illegally.
Biden made the statement on a West Coast swing Wednesday.
‘I think that anyone who is in a situation where they’re in need of healthcare, regardless of whether they are documented or undocumented, we have an obligation to see that they are cared for,” Biden said in Los Angeles, where he held a major fundraiser.
He didn’t specify what type of care he had in mind, or whether it would be the same care provided to citizens and legal immigrants. “That’s why I think we need more clinics around the country,’ Biden said.
It’s funny how all of these humanitarian types make statements such as “we have an obligation to care for brown invaders that are totally unrelated to us” without ever accompanying such statements with the reasoning behind them. They never tell us why we’re supposed to be the nannies of the world.
Right now we’re just throwing more resources at the border crisis — not to stop it but to make goblins feel more comfortable during the invasion. We’re building more tent cities, putting more personnel in goblin-care duty, using more taxpayer money to help the invaders and overall just wasting more and more money.
Our cities are already suffering from the effects of this “more free stuff for goblins” policy.
A rural border city in Arizona sees no end in sight to the surge of migrants and families crossing the border into their community.
Yuma mayor Douglas Nicholls issued a proclamation of emergency at the border in April, declaring a “humanitarian crisis” that is still affecting the community.
“This is a federal issue,” Nicholls said. “This is not a local issue. So, it needs a federal level response. We’ve had 2,500 people come through our shelter system. In a community of 100,000 people, that’s a large number that comes through a shelter system in a little over a month (April – May 2019). So, with that number, that volume, it’s a national issue. It’s not just Yuma’s issue.”
It’s put a strain on the Yuma Food Bank, which has turned into a migrant donation center.
The shelter system and the food bank are meant to help Americans there but are instead being drained by destructive economic migrants that abuse our laws and asylum concept.
There is an attempt at addressing the fact that goblins use asylum claims as a mean to achieve economic migration.
The Department of Homeland Security is moving to have front line Border Patrol agents assess migrants’ initial claims for refuge, an aggressive step pushed by White House adviser Stephen Miller that could make the asylum claim process more difficult for migrants.
Miller has pushed for months to have Border Patrol conduct these interviews, according to a US official, despite agency concerns it adds more duties to an already overburdened force and immigration advocates’ worries it will result in deportations with without the opportunity to apply for asylum.
Currently, US Citizenship and Immigration Services asylum officers conduct the credible fear interview, wherein officers will decide whether an individual has a “credible fear of persecution” that could make them eligible for asylum in the United States.
The White House has asked Congress for $23 million to begin implementing the program. The money would be used to increase the federal pay-grade level of Border Patrol agents to “recognize that agents would have more responsibility to conduct credible fear interviews,” according to a source familiar with the funding request.
Immigration advocates say the plan is a mistake and increases likelihood that people at risk of persecution would be “summarily deported” to their home countries without the opportunity to apply for asylum.
House Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee Chairwoman Lucille Roybal-Allard called the Border Patrol proposal “ill-advised” in a statement. “Border Patrol agents are already overwhelmed in trying to perform their own duties,” she said.
“This program will turn the credible fear screening process into an absolute farce,” said Human Rights First’s Eleanor Acer in response to initial reports of this program.
Although it’s better than nothing, this doesn’t really address anything.
“Credible fear” should be automatically disregarded the moment these goblins cross multiple countries in order to be “safe.” What’s happening now is pretty much what was happening in the European “migrant” crisis, where so-called refugees were crossing multiple countries in order to get to the one they deemed would give them the most free stuff and benefits.
The moment they skip a country in which no one looking to kill them, and instead decide to head towards one that is financially better-off, is the moment they’re officially not refugees or asylum seekers. But America has been taking them in instead of laughing in their ugly faces as they scream “ASILO POR FAVOR.”
The root problem is that we’re supposed to care for them due to a gigantic expansion of high-minded asylum laws by the Jews. We can’t have an “asylum” policy that says that we have to let any scared person in, let alone without explicitly capping it somehow.
What if they’re all really scared and fleeing persecution? Are we supposed to absorb entire populations from Central American countries because people there are in danger?
Their countries are nightmare-inducing stuff, but that shouldn’t be a reason for us to let them in.
The proposal has also received some internal pushback.
A senior Border Patrol official told CNN that it “shouldn’t be our role. Our role is to make the apprehension, it’s not to decide whether there’s a credible fear.”
The official stressed the importance of the separation of duties between agents and asylum officers, saying it “brings integrity to the process” and allows for a fair assessment.
“I don’t want to be Judge Dredd,” said the official, referring to the fictional character who is a police officer, judge, and jury rolled into one.
What level of estrogen does someone have to have in their system to not want to be Judge Dredd?
Men who are police officers, judge and jury rolled into one would be of great help to face what’s in front of us.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is on track to apprehend nearly 1 million migrants entering the country illegally in 2019, which would be the highest number since 2006.
CBP has arrested 306,682 migrants at the border so far this year and will reach 931,000 by the end of the year, according to an analysis of the numbers by Princeton Policy Advisors. The expected total of apprehensions is about twice as many as were arrested in 2018 and almost four times as many as were arrested in 2017.
As long as the laws and asylum concept continue without significant change, more and more goblins will continue to come.
The trend is clear.
Goblin hordes will be larger and larger until we give them a reason not to come.