Short Film by British Journalist Tommy Robinson on illegal migrants raping Irish women and intimidating the authorities

by Allen Williams

The Muslim invasion of Britain.  A first hand account of the growing public alarm from Tommy Robinson’s report on the migrant attacks. Women interviewed by Tommy have stated that the immigrants grab them on the streets as they walk, if they like what they have seized, they have them.” This is ANARCHY and Rape!  A full documentary is forth coming depicting Muslims immigrants raping as the authorities do nothing/. Keep in mind this same scenario is slowly coming to America. It’s ALSO a part of the ongoing Great Reset.

Federal judge orders Title 42 border policies be kept in place

ByCallie Patteson,, Steven Nelson and MaryAnn Martinez


A Louisiana federal judge on Friday blocked the Biden administration’s attempt to end the Title 42 health policy that allows rapid expulsion of illegal immigrants — keeping the policy in place hours before it was set to expire.

US District Judge Robert Summerhays sided with 24 Republican state attorneys who warned of a possible surge of migrants across the US-Mexico border that would overwhelm their resources.

Summerhays wrote in a 47-page ruling issuing a nationwide injunction that the states “demonstrated harm that will result… and that, despite the impact of the order on the states, they were not able to protect their interest by participating in the notice-and-comment process mandated by the [Administrative Procedure Act].”

The Title 42 order was adopted in 2020 by the Trump administration to allow for the near-immediate deportation of suspected illegal immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The fate of the policy became a point of conflict among Democrats, with more centrist party members arguing for keeping the order in place temporarily and more left-wing advocates urging its immediate repeal.

 Robert R Summerhays
Multiple makeshift rafts are being used to cross from Guatemala into Mexico on May 17.Stringer/AFP via Getty Images

The decision to lift Title 42 was heavily criticized by officials in border states even as current migration levels soar with it in place. 

In April, Customs and Border Protection reported a record high for that month of 234,088 repeat and unique migrant encounters along the southern border, but only 97,000 were removed under Title 42. 

The number of arrests at the US-Mexico border hit a four-decade high last year.

If the order had been lifted, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejendro Mayorkas warned that as many as 18,000 migrants could cross the border daily. 

Despite concerns, the Biden administration repeatedly defended the decision to lift the policy, with former White House press secretary Jen Psaki calling on Congress to take action if they wanted the policy to remain in place.


Biden’s Border Crisis 101: How this Administration’s Policies Created a Self-Inflicted Crisis

by Madison McQueen

Since Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, migrants have been flooding to the border in hopes of taking advantage of his immigration policy promises. The President has taken a sharp turn away from the approach of his predecessor. Instead of instituting policies that deter illegal immigration, this administration is posting a giant welcome sign. And, unfortunately for the American public, it’s working.

We are only one-third of the way through Fiscal Year (FY) 2021, yet the southern border is already experiencing record-breaking apprehension totals.[i] Typically, the bulk of border apprehensions occur during the warmer months of May through June. But so far this year, the southern border is seeing apprehension figures that are far higher than is typically seen during the “busy season.”[ii] At this rate, the United States is on track to make the immigration crisis of FY2019 look relatively mild.
From October to March in FY2021, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) apprehended 569,879 migrants, a 35.4 percent increase from the same time period in FY2019.[iii] That year saw one of the worst surges at our southern border in history with nearly 1 million apprehensions, the highest since 2007. Totals for FY 2021 will almost certainly surpass every total for the past decade (except FY 2019) before the 6-month mark. And, considering the “busy season” on the border is still to come, the rest of the year is on track to experience historically record-breaking apprehension totals. The promise of amnesty, ending the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), reinstituting the Obama-era “catch and release” policy, and many other executive actions have all contributed to these record numbers.

To make matters worse, the surge at the border is happening during a pandemic and subsequent economic recession. Recessions usually decrease levels of immigration, so one can only wonder what these numbers would look like if COVID was not a factor.

Moreover, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 10 million Americans are still unemployed as of February of this year. As the United States continues to recover from the economic impact of the pandemic, it makes no sense to reduce the chances of employment for Americans by increasing immigration.[iv]

Blame for the current border crisis lies solely on the shoulders of President Biden and his administration. As the aforementioned figures show, apprehensions did not drastically rise until after his election. Listed below are some examples of this administration’s worst policy changes which have caused the current crisis at the southern border.

1.  The Promise of Amnesty

One of the pillars of Biden’s campaign was to amnesty 11 million illegal aliens in the United States, and provide a roadmap to citizenship.[v] However, by FAIR’s estimate, there are 14.5 million illegal aliens presently in the country.[vi] So, this amnesty would allow for more than 14 million illegal aliens to gain lawful status and openly compete for jobs in a market that is still struggling from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 lockdowns.

In addition to drawing masses of amnesty hopefuls to the southern border, a move of this size would drastically increase legal immigration over time, with potentially more than 43 million new immigrants eventually entering the country through chain migration.[vii]

Additionally, the costs to American taxpayers would rise exponentially as most amnestied illegal aliens would qualify for state and federal welfare programs. Based on FAIR’s comprehensive fiscal cost study in 2017, illegal aliens impose a net burden of at least $133.7 billion annually.[viii] Those costs would only worsen, and at a time when the economy is still trying to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans should not be expected to bear that fiscal burden.

2.  Halting Construction of the Border Wall and Leaving Hundreds of Miles of the Southern Border Exposed

President Biden ended construction on the border wall on his first day in office.[ix] The Trump administration had previously completed nearly 460 miles of new border wall and had contracts in place for an additional 300 miles.

In some areas, high-speed roadways had already been completed as a part of the border wall system, but the physical barrier had yet to be built. Because of this, halting the construction created a smuggler’s highway. [x]

In areas with a completed barrier, the border wall has proven effective in deterring illegal crossings and cartel activity.[xi] It also increased apprehension rates as illegal activity was forced through ports of entry rather than rough terrain.

Halting construction not only invites more illegal activity along the border, but it also forfeits billions in taxpayer dollars and impacts the lives of Americans.

One New Mexico rancher told The Western Journal, “This is all a politically driven agenda… and [what is] frustrating to me is the Biden administration, they’re stopping the wall, in my opinion, to try to hurt Trump’s legacy of securing the border. When in reality all it is doing is hurting the American people.”[xii]

3.  Ending Policies that Deterred Fraudulent Asylum Claims

The Biden administration ended the Migrant Protection Protocols, or “Remain in Mexico” policy.[xiii] President Trump instituted MPP in the spring of 2019 to combat a humanitarian and security crisis that was occurring at the southern border. The policy required anyone who arrived at the border claiming asylum to wait in Mexico until their court proceedings. This eliminated much of the fraud and loopholes in the asylum system. However, since President Biden ended the MPP, migrants can once again come to the border, claim asylum, and gain entry into the United States, often disappearing into the interior of the country.

The administration also dismantled the “Safe Third Country” or Asylum Cooperation Arrangements (ACA) with the Northern Triangle governments of El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.[xiv] Under those agreements, migrants of those three nations had to apply for asylum in a directly neighboring country if it were safe to do so. This initiative curbed the number of meritless asylum seekers overwhelming the United States’ southern border. Considering that the vast majority of Central American migrants leave their home countries for purely economic reasons, not the legally-permissible parameters for claiming asylum (fear of persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, and/or membership in a particular social group or political opinion), this tool effectively stopped migrants from “asylum shopping” their way to the U.S.[xv]

The MPP and ACA helped reduce the number of apprehensions at the southwest border, easing the backlog of asylum requests. However, when President Biden scrapped those protocols with Mexico and the Northern Triangle governments, he opened the door for unprecedented waves of foreign nationals arriving at the United States’ southern border looking to take advantage of loopholes in the asylum system for economic gain.[xvi]

4.  Reinstating the Obama-era Catch and Release Policy

The administration also reinstituted the catch and release policy previously suspended by President Trump.[xvii] The policy releases most recently apprehended migrants into U.S. cities along the border, thereby increasing the illegal alien population by thousands every day. This greatly incentivizes illegal immigration because migrants know that there is little chance of deportation if they get caught.

The catch and release policy has also created problems for border communities in south Texas. Mayor Pete Saenz (D) of Laredo expressed concern over the crisis unfolding in his community, saying, “The point here being, is that we need to prevent this journey from those countries to the border. It’s less risk [to] life, and limb and money, and so on to these folks. But also, to the community…” [xviii]

Migrants released into border towns as they wait for their immigration court dates have strained these cities and towns’ available resources. Mayor Bruno Lozano (D) of Del Rio did not mince words when describing the critical situation his city faces of not having enough resources or housing for the scores of migrants staying in Del Rio. Mayor Lozano said, “I am pleading and requesting with you to please put a halt to any measures regarding the release of immigrants awaiting court dates into the City of Del Rio and surrounding areas. We do not have the resources available to house and accommodate these migrants within our community.”[xix]  

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) has also joined his fellow officeholders to address the Biden administration’s disastrous immigration policies. The Texas governor said, “The crisis at our southern border continues to escalate because of Biden Administration policies that refuse to secure the border and invite illegal immigration.” He continued, “Texas supports legal immigration but will not be an accomplice to the open border policies that cause, rather than prevent, a humanitarian crisis in our state and endanger the lives of Texans. We will surge the resources and law enforcement personnel needed to confront this crisis.”[xx]

The rise of illegal border crossings has prompted Governor Abbott to enlist several law enforcement agencies and the Texas National Guard to slow the flow of unchecked migration into his state. This border crisis has garnered concern from elected officials from both political parties.

5.  Preventing Immigration Agencies from Doing their Jobs Effectively

Under the Biden administration, many interior immigration enforcement and border security agencies have received orders to scale back arrests, deportations, and general border security. For instance, many CBP agents have been ordered to stop patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border for unlawful entries and external threats, and instead administer the transfer of families and unaccompanied minors to detention facilities.[xxi] The COVID-19 pandemic has led to capacity limitation at detention facilities, so border agents must create make-shift camps to house apprehended migrants.

In terms of interior enforcement, the administration issued a memorandum in January of this year that limits the arrest and removal authority of Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) agents.[xxii] The directive bars ICE agents from detaining and subsequently deporting most illegal aliens, including many who have committed crimes beyond illegal entry.[xxiii] This change in deportation policy, coupled with a newly de-secured border, individuals with criminal records are seeing this policy change as an invitation to enter into the United States’ illegally.  For example, the San Diego Border Patrol says they are on pace to apprehend a record number of convicted sex offenders along the border this year.[xxiv]

What Others are Saying About the Biden Border Crisis

Many border states and jurisdictions are feeling the repercussions of these reckless policy actions by the Biden administration:

  • “The crisis at our southern border continues to escalate because of Biden Administration policies that refuse to secure the border and invite illegal immigration.” - Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas
  • “[Illegal aliens] are paying $6,000 to come into our country, [then they’re] taken to communities throughout the U.S. and exploited by the cartels. This is what the mainstream media’s not putting out there right now. The cartels are smiling thanks to this administration.” – Sheriff Mark Dannels, Chochise County, Arizona
  • “Sometimes, unfortunately seemingly ‘compassionate’ decisions made by the federal government, or federal courts for that matter, have resulted in the mass migration of woman and children to Texas. And when that happens, it overwhelms Border Patrol immediately. The cartels are leveraging those gaps… When [women and children] are brought across, they are preyed upon by individuals amongst the smugglers, by the cartel operatives and others.” – Andrea Sparks, Director, Child Sex Trafficking Team for the State of Texas

Even members of his own political party are criticizing his approach toward the crisis:

  • “Any president should come down [and] really spend time with border communities… They didn’t talk to anybody, not even members of Congress down here.” – Rep Henry Cuellar (D-TX)
  • “I am pleading and requesting with you to please put a halt to any measures regarding the release of immigrants awaiting court dates into the City of Del Rio and surrounding areas. We do not have the resources available to house and accommodate these migrants within our community.” – Democrat Mayor Bruno Lozano, Del Rio

Despite these pleas, the Biden administration refuses to acknowledge the crisis at our border:

  • “The answer is no. I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing, and we have our resources dedicated to managing it.” Alejandro Mayorkas, DHS Secretary

While the situation at the border is dire, it would immediately begin improving if the Biden administration would simply rescind his worst executive orders regarding immigration, and institute several new common-sense reforms. Below is a short list of policy changes that could be enacted at the executive level to immediately alleviate the crisis created by the current administration:

  • Reinstate Title 42 COVID border restrictions for all inadmissible aliens arriving at any place along our borders, regardless of age. Prosecute all illegal border crossers.
  • Require those seeking asylum to make their claim in the first safe nation they reach; make asylum-seekers remain in Mexico as their claim is immediately heard without appeal.
  • Reinstate agreements with all Northern Triangle nations to accept and protect asylum seekers near the home country.
  • Ensure all families here illegally are reunited safely in their home country, not in the United States.
  • Free up ICE to do its job; remove arbitrary limitations on who may be arrested for removal.
  • Immediately stop all discussions and proposals regarding amnesty, which encourages human smuggling and trafficking.


All of these actions taken by the Biden administration are directly to blame for the crisis along the southern border. Each policy and promise further incentivizes illegal immigration. The administration has touted a promise of open borders, citizenship, and work permits for all throughout their campaign. So, it should come as no surprise that hundreds of thousands of migrants have already tried to enter the U.S. in hopes to take advantage of these promises. And there is no doubt that thousands more will continue to do the same in the coming months.

President Biden must reverse course on his immigration agenda if he wishes to properly serve the interests of the American people. He can begin that by admitting it was a mistake to dismantle interior enforcement and border security and restore the tried-and-true policies that helped stem the border crisis in 2019. Beyond that, he must show American citizens that they are his top priority by focusing on social and economic initiatives that benefit those who are legally allowed to be in this country, and de-incentivize illegal immigration.

It Isn’t Immigration, It’s a Government-Sponsored Invasion !!

by Laura Hollis (

It Isnt Immigration Its a Government-Sponsored Invasion

Do you know how many people have come across the border illegally so far this year?

According to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP), it’s 1.1 million people, and the numbers are rising every month.

According to the USCBP’s website, more than 75,000 people crossed the border illegally in January of this year. In February, that number climbed to more than 97,000. In March, it was more than 169,000. In April, 173,000. More than 180,000 people crossed the southern border in May. In June, it was almost 189,000. The June number was a 450% increase over June of 2020, and more than 4% increase from May’s numbers.

USCBP just released the figures for July: 210,000 illegal immigrants crossed the U.S. border that month alone. That is the highest monthly total in more than two decades. 

The number of illegals is already more than twice the total number of those who crossed the border during the entire last year of former President Donald Trump’s term — and these are just the ones we know of.

This is not merely a crisis; it is an existential threat.

First, these are election-changing numbers. As we’ve seen, a few thousand additional votes here and there can flip important counties in battleground states, and in so doing, affect the outcome of elections. We’re now talking about millions. Newsweek put it this way: the number of people who have come to this country illegally so far this year is already large enough to “create the tenth largest city in the U.S.”

Regardless of what the migrants’ own objectives for coming to America are, the Democrats’ plan is for these people to vote. Democrats in Congress have been pushing for “amnesty” for illegal immigrants, granting them citizenship and the right to vote. They’re currently trying to use the budget “reconciliation” process, which would enable them to pass such legislation this summer – well before the 2022 midterms, and without any Republican support.

How many undocumented immigrants are in the U.S.? The “official” number, at least before the 2021 surge, was around 11 million. But organizations like the Foundation for American Immigration Reform estimate that it is quite a bit higher. FAIR’s estimate in 2019 was closer to 15 million.