Title 42 expires tonight. Here’s what happens next

With only hours left before the expiration of a pandemic-era public health restriction that will significantly alter several years of US immigration policy, chaos threatens the border as an estimated tens of thousands of migrants gather near the US-Mexico border in anticipation. #CNN #News


  1. The back log in the courts is for the people that did it the legal way. Those are the ones I feel sorry for.

    1. Don’t say that. They’re people, uprooting their lives and dealing with unimaginable circumstances, just for a chance at something better. There aren’t any easy answers, and you don’t need some random telling you how to feel about it, but we’re supposed to be better than this.

    2. ​@Dodge Morningstarit is not my responsibility to make their lives better. You want to help them, go ahead. I don’t. Why the government forcing me.

  2. Dont get it twisted, its the end of the covid pandemic emergency which title 42 was part of.
    Not the end of solely title 42. Are they also upset to unmasked?

  3. Congress does not need to act. Brandon needs to bring back Trump’s policies. And enforce the laws that are already in place. But he won’t because he knows he needs the votes

  4. Remember when Barack Obama said we should punish any company who hires illegal aliens? That’s around the same time he said “marriage is only between a man and a woman.” Y’all remember, right?

  5. Yeah, lots of Venezuelan prisoners in that group. Venezuela released a sh*t ton of them to send our way.

  6. So what exactly does the military defend and what would be the reason someone would willingly join?

  7. House Just Passed H.R. 2 – The Secure the Border Act of 2023-2024. H.R. 2 would limit the ability of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide parole to aliens (non-U.S. nationals), which allows them to temporarily enter the United States, in part by defining the reasons for which that parole may be granted. The bill also would change how DHS treats aliens applying for asylum and unaccompanied alien children crossing the border. The bill also would change the department’s procedures for interacting with aliens seeking to enter the United States without authorization. H.R. 2 would require the Department of State to negotiate with countries in the Western Hemisphere, particularly El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico, concerning agreements related to claims for asylum.

    H.R. 2 would require all employers to use E-Verify, a federal web-based system that allows public- and private-sector employers to confirm that employees are eligible to work in the United States. H.R. 2 would phase in the requirement over several years, with deadlines depending on the size of an employer’s workforce. In addition, the bill would modify existing civil and criminal penalties for hiring people without work authorization.

    H.R. 2 would require DHS to resume activities related to building a wall along the southwestern border of the United States, as planned or under construction before January 20, 2021 (the date on which that project was paused), and would require DHS to construct at least 900 miles of wall and physical barriers along that border. The bill also would direct Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to hire enough border patrol agents to maintain staffing at 22,000.

    In addition, the bill would require CBP to hire new polygraph examiners to test candidate agents, increase annual flight hours for manned surveillance operations, and operate unmanned aircraft systems around the clock along the southern U.S. border. The bill also would authorize appropriations for various programs within DHS, including Operation Stonegarden (a grant program), eradicating invasive vegetation along the Rio Grande, and upgrading technology at ports of entry.

    This bill addresses issues regarding immigration and border security, including by imposing limits to asylum eligibility.

    For example, the bill

    *requires the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to resume activities to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border;
    *provides statutory authorization for Operation Stonegarden, which provides grants to law enforcement agencies for certain border security operations;
    *prohibits DHS from processing the entry of non-U.S. nationals (aliens under federal law) arriving between ports of entry;
    *limits asylum eligibility to non-U.S. nationals who arrive in the United States at a port of entry;
    *authorizes the removal of a non-U.S. national to a country other than that individual’s country of nationality or last lawful habitual residence, whereas currently this type of removal may only be to a country that has an agreement with the United States for such removal;
    *expands the types of crimes that may make an individual ineligible for asylum, such as a conviction for driving while intoxicated causing another person’s serious bodily injury or death;
    *authorizes DHS to suspend the introduction of certain non-U.S. nationals at an international border if DHS determines that the suspension is necessary to achieve operational control of that border;
    *prohibits states from imposing licensing requirements on immigration detention facilities used to detain minors;
    *authorizes immigration officers to permit an unaccompanied alien child to withdraw their application for admission into the United States even if the child is unable to make an independent decision to withdraw the application;
    *imposes additional penalties for overstaying a visa; and
    *requires DHS to create an electronic employment eligibility confirmation system modeled after the E-Verify system and requires all employers to use the system.

  8. Willing to suffer and die to walk to our country, but won’t do the same for their own? What am I missing here?

  9. The fact that they know this will cause massive problems, yet are doing it anyway tells me everything I need to know about the democrats.

  10. Let me break this down economically. When the supply of unskilled labor (illegal immigrants) is high, then the demand for such labor is low which drives down wages, increases unemployment, and puts a strain on social services like hospitals.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.