Mike Pence Warns of Coming Storm
Former Vice President Mike Pence issued a dire warning to Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer on Thursday night, saying that “a storm is coming one week from today” when Title 42 expires. Title 42 is a law that allows the U.S. government to expel migrants who cross the border illegally on public health grounds, citing the pandemic. The Biden regime has announced that it will end Title 42 on May 10, opening the floodgates for a surge of migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.
"A storm is coming one week from today at the Southern Border." pic.twitter.com/aeqCNRwNDW
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) May 4, 2023
Pence said that ending Title 42 is a “reckless and irresponsible” decision that will undermine the security and sovereignty of the nation. He accused Biden of creating a humanitarian and national security crisis at the border by reversing the Trump administration’s policies that deterred illegal immigration and enforced the rule of law. He said that Biden has “turned the most secure border in American history into the worst border crisis ever.”
Pence urged Biden to reinstate Title 42 and other Trump-era policies, such as the Remain in Mexico program and the asylum cooperation agreements with Central American countries. He said that these policies were effective in reducing illegal crossings and protecting the health and safety of Americans. He also called on Congress to pass legislation to secure the border and reform the immigration system.
He said that the American people deserve leaders who will put America first and defend their interests and values.
According to Representative Andy Biggs, there may be between 700,000 to one million illegal immigrants who will enter the US southern border when Title 42 is lifted. Unfortunately, he believes that the Border Patrol is not equipped to deal with this situation. The situation will cause irreparable harm to the country, and the media is ignoring it. Since Joe Biden opened the US border, millions of undocumented individuals have entered the country.