Well, this can’t be good.
There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about the border policies of the Democratic Party, and the sort of sentiment that this agenda instills in would-be migrants. While America is an accepting and kind nation that literally asked for the tired, poor, sick, and hungry, we also have a standard to uphold when it comes to naturalization.
And, furthermore, by being less than stringent about the situation at the border, we wind up having no clue exactly who, (or what), is entering our nation.
For instance, a whole heck of a lot of Russians.
The number of “encounters” with illegal aliens at the southwest border originating from countries other than Mexico and the “northern triangle” climbed to 59,006 in July – a 24.9 percent increase from the previous month and 328.6 percent increase from the (pre-COVID) July two years ago.
Figures released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Thursday also showed significant jumps between June and July in the number of “encounters” of migrants hailing from Russia (from 402 to 703) and Colombia (from 481 to 748), while the number from Ukraine more than doubled (from 48 to 101).
This is worrisome for a whole slew of reasons, not the least of which is the fact that Russia has been seemingly willing to do whatever it takes to make life difficult for the United States, and any undocumented Kremlin agents slipping into America are certainly not coming here for any of the right reasons.