MISSION, TEXAS — A full-blown crisis is brewing at the U.S. southern border as cartels and traffickers – with the support of our own federal government and globalist organizations – are plotting to funnel hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens into the country. This week, Title 42 – the current measure that allows the U.S. Border Patrol to turn away illegal aliens from the country quickly – is set to expire.
“There is no doubt that the ending of Title 42 will bring a tsunami of migrants, many of whom will make their way to Florida unobstructed by the federal government. The Biden administration is to blame,” Attorney General Ashley Moody tells The Florida Standard.
But despite arguments on both sides of the political spectrum, even Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security “expects that encounters at the southwest border will increase as smugglers spread disinformation.”
Evidence of horrible atrocities – including child sex trafficking – continues to mount as Biden remains silent. The Florida Standard reported the story of an 8-year-old girl who was raped so many times that 67 different DNA samples were discovered inside of her.
According to the U.S. Border Patrol, more than 73,000 illegal immigrants crossed the southern border in the past ten days – an estimated 17,000 were “gotaways” who avoided detention and entered the country illegally.
On May 1, U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz tweeted that in the past 72 hours, more than 22,220 people were apprehended, along with two sex offenders, a convicted murderer, and 806 lbs. of methamphetamine. But the problems are about to get much worse.
“To have millions and millions of people flood into the country illegally – to have the cartels running our border, the fentanyl pouring in… We understand this is a larger problem,” said Governor DeSantis on Friday. “We’ve worked with sheriffs in other parts of the country – we may be having an announcement soon about maybe a more coordinated effort to respond to what is a catastrophic failure of policy on behalf of the federal government.”
A BROKEN SYSTEM
On Sunday, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas told NBC News’ “Meet the Press” that the U.S. immigration system is “broken,” blaming the crisis on Congress, which he says failed to pass immigration reform that Biden delivered “on day one.”
“The Biden Administration places the blame solely on politics and cartels spreading disinformation without acknowledging the FACT that their claims have proven true, the border is open,” Attorney General Ashley Moody tells The Florida Standard. “A federal judge agreed with my office, the Biden Administration turned the border into ‘a meaningless line in the sand… little more than a speedbump,’” Moody added.
Both Republicans and Democrats agree that illegal alien encounters at the southern border will increase exponentially when Title 42 expires on May 11. As the deadline looms, Biden has authorized 1,500 active-duty military personnel to deploy to the border for 90 days – but their assistance will be limited to transportation and administrative tasks.
U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Arizona) says Border Patrol is anticipating as many as 14,000 illegal aliens per day attempting to cross the southern border when Title 42 ends.
“What is your plan?” Biggs tweeted Tuesday at Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas.
Congressional candidate Jeff Zink (R-Arizona) tells The Florida Standard that Border Patrol officers in Mission, Texas, reported a caravan of nearly 700,000 illegal immigrants that will begin to rush the border when they receive the green light from the conspirators behind the operation.
Last week, The Florida Standard reported that our own federal government is behind a massive operation to send illegal aliens into the U.S. via elaborate logistics support networks financed by American taxpayers.
Meanwhile, in El Paso, Texas, Mayor Oscar Leeser declared a 30-day state of emergency that began Monday in preparation for “the unknown.” Leeser said Sunday that officials expect 12,000 to 40,000 migrants waiting on the Mexican side to cross into the city.
“May 11, they believe, will be the day that they can – without any documentation – they can come into the United States and continue to move on,” said Leeser. “Which is really one of the furthest things from what’s going to happen.”
The El Paso sector monitored by Border Patrol encompasses 125,500 square miles in Texas and New Mexico. So far in 2023, more than 265,000 illegal aliens have been encountered there – more than four times as many in the sector in all of 2020.
The Biden administration “has not just allowed the cartels to expand, but they’ve actually encouraged them. They’ve aided and abetted them. They’ve moved people around for them,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said during an interview with Just the News on Monday.
“The cartels are making billions every month, and that means they’re going to expand their network even more,” Paxton said. “The borders [are] wide open for drugs, and so the cartels are not going to give that up easily. They’re going to want to continue this and grow it, and the Biden administration is doing everything in their power to help them do it,” he added.
Florida was the first state to take the Biden administration to trial over its unlawful catch-and-release policy. U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz admitted under oath that President Biden’s policies caused an overwhelming increase in illegal immigration.
“Mexican drug cartels, who have operational control of the southern border, should be treated as foreign terrorist organizations,” Attorney General Ashley Moody tells The Florida Standard. “They have killed record numbers of American citizens through their unending trafficking of deadly fentanyl, and they have victimized vulnerable children and families through human trafficking in an attempt to cause chaos on the southern border.”
During the trial, Moody’s legal team uncovered a memo outlining the federal government’s plan in the event illegal aliens overrun the border when Title 42 expires – the “plan” is simply the mass release of illegal migrants into the United States.
Florida also empaneled a statewide grand jury to investigate unaccompanied alien children. The findings revealed the U.S. federal government is “facilitating the forced migration, sale, and abuse of foreign children” – including sex trafficking, robbery and rape. According to the report, 20,000 children were lost by the federal government when they failed to perform background checks on the minors’ sponsors.
Florida’s legislature recently passed the toughest anti-illegal immigration bill (SB 1718) in the country. The comprehensive measures impose a third-degree felony for illegal aliens using false identification for employment and a third-degree felony for anyone knowingly transporting undocumented immigrants. Hospitals that accept Medicaid must also report the number of undocumented individuals examined. The bill is expected to be signed by Governor DeSantis in the next few weeks.
According to a fact sheet released on May 1, the Department of Homeland Security says they’ve been preparing for the end of Title 42 for over a year. The department released an implementation plan to address the increase of illegal aliens through “six pillars.”
But Border Patrol agents in multiple sectors are reporting that they have been given absolutely no plan for processing the sheer number of people expected to arrive.