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It’s been estimated that already 1.3 million people have attempted to cross our Southern border just this year. 1.3 million people who come from varying countries and varying walks of life. They are aware of the significant changes that have occurred at our Southern border since the installation of the Biden Administration, and they are taking full advantage.
The left has been eerily quiet about the glaring humanitarian crisis that is occurring, independent of the potential negative ramifications for our country. The left typically takes the stance that we should be a country with open arms welcoming anyone and everyone who wants to come; however, they never care to address the significant number of problems that can and do arise with that type of mentality.
Safety is a major topic of concern when we talk about the current state of the Southern border. Safety encompasses many things; the safety of the individuals making the track, those individuals themselves, whether or not they have criminal pasts or potential drug cartel connections, and the safety of the things they are bringing into our country, whether it be drugs or communicable diseases. The left chooses to turn a blind eye to any and all of these topics and strategically works to manipulate and gaslight the American public into thinking none of these issues exist.
In addition to the left being seemingly unconcerned with the safety of the American people or the safety of the people entering the country, they seem to automatically contradict themselves surrounding the issue of systemic racism. We’ve heard continuously for the last three years that our country is racist to its core. That non-Caucasians have it harder and will not have the ability to succeed in this country due to the systems that are in place. To me, this makes absolutely no sense considering what we are seeing. We have millions of non-Caucasian people flocking to this country. If systemic racism was so bad, don’t you think those people would think twice about coming to our country? If the left cares so much about these people, don’t you think they would warn them and tell them not to come? You won’t make it here. The racism is too overwhelming. Neither of these things is happening. And in my opinion, they aren’t happening because the theory that our country is disgustingly racist is just not true. It’s an opportunity to fuel emotional responses and continue to divide our country.
Furthermore, the conditions these illegals live in once they arrive in our country are terrifying. We can see cities like El Paso, Texas, as prime examples. There are hundreds of people now living on the streets with no shelter, no food, no running water, and no safety from the elements. I am hard-pressed to be convinced that this way of living is now somehow better than what they came from.
If the left truly believes that we should be a country that welcomes all, perhaps they should start looking at our immigration processes and examining the challenges that immigrants face that inhibit them from legally following the laws of our country. This would be a wonderful place to start to truly help people who want to come and enjoy everything this great country offers.
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