The Majority of American Voters Disapprove of Joe Biden’s Decision to Let Over 12,000 Haitian Migrants into the American Interior

America voters are not down with President Joe Biden’s decision to allow 12,000 Haitian migrants into the United States. In fact, a majority of voters say that former President Donald Trump’s immigration measures were actually better,

According to a Rasmussen Report released on September 29, 2021, only 32% of likely US voters believe the Biden administration is better on immigration than the Trump administration. 51% believe that the Trump administration’s immigration measures were better. On the other hand, 11% believe the policies are roughly the same. 

During an interview on September 26, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas revealed that over 12,000 Haitian migrants, who were camping under a bridge close to Del Rio, Texas., were released into the US. Many more migrants are expected to follow suit. 

58% of voters believe DHS made the wrong decision in releasing the Haitians stateside, whereas 25% believe it was the correct decision and 17% are unsure. On September 24, Biden declared that Border Patrol agents who made an attempt to stop Haitian migrants from entering the US should face punishment. 54% of voters disagree with Biden’s call to punish the border patrol agents, which includes 40% who are in strong disagreement with Biden’s statement. On the other hand, 40% of voters agree with Biden that the border patrol agents must face punishment, which includes 20% who Strongly Agree.

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The Biden administration is gradually becoming more radical on the issue of immigration and no longer views it as a legitimate function of the nation state. The populist right wing is the only sub-division of American politics that takes the immigration question seriously and will be the only force to bring up some sense of sanity to immigration policy. 

The key is for liberty conservatives to knock off both the neoliberal and neoconservative interventionists in Washington, D.C. They’re the principal obstacles that we face in our quest to restore order on immigration matters. 

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