Every record in the annals of mass migration lay shattered after nearly two years of President Joe Biden‘s negligent stewardship of the American southern border.
Yet unimaginably, in about a week’s time, it’s going to get catastrophically worse.
Total known illegal border crossings stand at a record-breaking 4.4 million in 2022 with another 1.5 million estimated ‘got-aways’ believed to have slipped into the country undetected.
Interior deportations are at the lowest number ever and the percentage of global nationalities crossing is at the highest percentage ever.
Still, this pandemonium of 7,000-9,000 illegal crossers caught every single day, 200,000-plus every single month for two years straight, is just a Category 3 hurricane on the mass migration-scale.
A Category 5 is barreling down on the United States with the scheduled December 21 lifting of ‘Title 42,’ the one last real impediment to a next-level crisis far beyond, not just the American experience, but that of every nation in the developed world.
If U.S. intelligence estimates are to be believed, a previously unthinkable storm is gathering just off America’s borders, portending a potentially permanent transformative impact on the country. And barring a last-minute, unlikely appeal by the Biden administration to delay the elimination of Title 42, America is forecast to take a direct hit.
Up for court-ordered demolition later this month, Title 42 is the pandemic-control statute that, since March 2020, has allowed U.S. Border Patrol to quickly expel most crossers back to Mexico and, more importantly in doing so, deny them access to a highly defraud-able asylum system.
By Todd Bensman
Todd Bensman is Senior National Security Fellow for the Center for Immigration Studies and author of ‘Overrun: How Joe Biden Unleashed The Greatest Border Crisis In U.S. History’