Biden Regime Begging Mexico To Accept Back Third Country Deportees To Support The Parole Amnesty

The Biden Regime is in a bind, the big plan is to create a parallel immigration system to the current legal immigration system but the zerg rush at the border has made the first plan, just let everyone in, too politically costly to continue. Instead, the Biden Regime is attempting to coop Mexico into the new expanded parole amnesty by asking Mexico to accept back for deportation the third-country nationals that Mexico allows to enter its territory for onward movement to the United States. Likely the Biden Regime is promising Mexico some participation of its citizens in the parole amnesty.

The problem of unsightly masses of non-Mexicans rushing the border will be solved by having Mexico accept back for deportation a portion of the illegal entrants that are not just released into the United States, while the United States makes those third-country nationals removed to Mexico eligible for the parole amnesty, ensuring that they do not remain long in Mexico.

The Biden administration is negotiating an agreement with Mexico that could allow U.S. authorities to carry out large-scale deportations of non-Mexicans back across the border for the first time, according to four current and former U.S. officials familiar with the discussions.

Biden Weighs Border Deal That Would Deport Non-Mexicans To Mexico, By Nick Miroff, Maria Sacchetti and Kevin Sieff, WaPo, February 8, 2023

But accompanying this deportation scheme will be a parallel immigration system based on parole.

With pandemic-related emergency border restrictions scheduled to expire this spring and immigration legislation stalled in Congress, Biden officials are moving to implement a new enforcement model ahead of the presidential election. Their plan would permit hundreds of thousands of migrants to enter the United States lawfully, while threatening severe consequences for those who don’t follow the rules.

The real question is why is the Biden Regime negotiating with Mexico? While Mexico has a law that says third-country nationals cannot be deported to Mexico, the United States holds the cards in this relationship. If Mexico refuses to take back third-country nationals whom enter the United States from Mexico, the United States can retaliate by closing the land border or air border to Mexicans. It is a net negative for the United States to allow Mexicans access to land border crossings, only a few border merchants in the United States benefit, while the land border crossings are the primary source of drugs and a major source of illegal immigration. Mexican nationals who live in Mexican border communities are heavily dependent on the United States for medical care, welfare, schools, and employment, most of it illegal.

The United States could unilaterally impose deportation of third-country nationals to Mexico and there is nothing Mexico can do about it. If they refuse entry, then we just refuse entry to all Mexicans with Border Crossing Cards (BCC). The Mexican government would immediately cave, and even if they did not, the United States would save hundreds of millions of dollars that go to Mexican illegals who use BCCs to illegally obtain welfare, schooling, employment, and medical care in American border communities.

But in the end, the Biden Regime is not serious about the deportations, other than a distraction from their parole amnesty. Any deportations to Mexico will only be a cover for the expanded implementation of a permanent parole amnesty.

DHS officials declined to respond to questions about talks with Mexico. But the deportations would be carried out using the fast-track process known as “expedited removal,” according to the Federal Register Notices and officials with knowledge of the plans who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss them publicly. The notices issued by the DHS last month make multiple references to Mexico accepting U.S. “removals,” the government’s term for deportations, when pandemic-related Title 42 border restrictions expire.

But the plan is even more of a farce, in that only citizens of four nations will be deported to Mexico; Venezuelans, Cubans, Nicaraguans, and Haitians.

An administration official said Wednesday that removals to Mexico would be limited to Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans, as stated in the notices, primarily when U.S. authorities are unable to send deportees to their home countries.

Everyone else; Chinese, Indians, Africans, Brazilians, etc. will be released into the United States. Clearly the ostentatious use of Expedited Removal of third-country nationals to Mexico is only for public relations. The zerg rush will continue in the case of everyone other than Venezuelans, Cubans, Haitians, and Nicaraguans. Everyone other than those four nationalities will be paroled upon arrival in the United States after crossing illegally, while the favored four will get parole before they arrive at the border so they can fly to the United States in comfort.

Biden officials say fast-track deportations are needed to steer migrants toward new legal pathways and away from predatory smugglers. Applicants are directed to an online app, CBP One, allowing them to schedule an asylum appointment at a U.S. port of entry or seek a two-year permit to live and work in the United States through the parole process.

They are not even trying to hide it. A parallel immigration system has been created based on parole, which has no basis in law. The House must impeach both Biden and Alexandro Mayorkas. And President DeSantis must arrest and prosecute both for alien smuggling!

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