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Dueling Caribbean Crises Expose Double Standard in White House's Humanitarian Immigration Narrative

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  by  Chris Pierce

For the past week, news cycles have intensively covered the two crises currently unfolding in the Caribbean. Between a presidential assassination in Haiti and anti-socialist protests in Cuba, many Americans braced for another wave of crisis-driven migration - DHS Sec. Mayorkas issued a stern warning though, creating an extreme double standard in the Biden Admin.'s stance on illegal immigration.

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Federal Judge Rules DACA is Illegal; Orders Biden Admin. to Stop Processing Applications

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Federal Judge Andrew Hanen ruled on Friday that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) amnesty program is illegal and ordered the Biden Administration to immediately stop processing new applications. For now, the ruling does not revoke the status of the approximately 616,000 illegal aliens who are protected from deportation and have work permits under the amnesty.

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Despite Deadly Heat, Historical Norms - Border Apprehensions Continued to Sky-Rocket in June

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U.​S. Customs and Border Protection announced today that they ​had over 188,000 illegal alien ​encounters at the southern border through the month of June alone. CBP noted in a press release that agents encountered 123,838 unique aliens in June, meaning tens of thousands of aliens continue to make multiple attempts to illegally cross the southern border.

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What does "restoring normalcy" mean at the border?

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  by  Jeremy Beck

Joe Biden ran a successful campaign on restoring normalcy, and with one notable exception, his approval numbers indicate that voters are generally satisfied with the early returns. Yet six months into his presidency, and after a record number of executive changes to the immigration system, it's the border policies of the previous administration that voters want to see restored.

President Biden and voters appear to have very different ideas about what "normalcy" should look like at the border.

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