Joe says we have 100 days to make it to America …


"Guatemalan police and soldiers on Monday broke up a group of hundreds of migrants who had spent two nights stuck at a roadblock on a rural highway.

Some migrants threw rocks while authorities launched tear gas and pushed the migrants with their riot shields back down the highway. Migrants with children were more gently prodded back the way they had come.

The year's first migrant caravan had largely stalled two days before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Biden has promised to take a different approach to immigration and even though immediate changes at the U.S. border are not expected, it has created some hope in Central America."  newsmax


Quoting President Joe, "There will be no deportations in my first 100 days."

Quoting Honduran migrant at the Guatemalan border.  "The new president says we have 100 days to cross the American border and find refuge."

It is an impeachable offense for the president of the US to not enforce US law.  pl

PS – I take note of the statements by Biden's crew that they have been talking to the Iranian government (denied by the Iranians).  This is what they accused Flynn of doing, i.e., conducting foreign policy before the inauguration of their regime.

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5 Responses to Joe says we have 100 days to make it to America …

  1. Fred says:

    So Joe thinks it will take 100 days of browbeating and accusations of supporting sedition to get the Republicans in Congress to go along with his automatic democratic voter creation citizenship-amnesty program?

  2. Jose says:


  3. jerseycityjoan says:

    David Frum — who has been saying wise things about US immigration for years now — is a Never Trumper who wrote a popular book criticizing Trump. He very reasonably said recently “The Biden immigration plans could wreck his whole administration from the start. They will invite a border surge that will force Biden to choose between mass detentions or ever-accelerating unauthorized migration.”
    The responses he got on Twitter are very revealing. He got a lot of pushback that shows that people don’t know and don’t want to know a lot of the facts about immigration. An amazing number of Americans look at it from the immigrants’ perspective. I felt while reading this threat that it was a preview of all the arguments we will continue to have with each other over issues in the Biden administration. That was a very bad feeling to have.

  4. turcopolier says:

    David Frum is a neocon Zionist immigrant from Canada.

  5. jerseycityjoan says:

    He may be wrong about other things and he is an immigrant himself but he has written about limiting further immigration to this country so I agree with him on that. It was something to see so many of his own Twitter followers disagree with him so vehemently — and often rudely — over what he said, which was hardly radical.
    Speaking of Joe, here is what the front page of the Daily Mail says about his departure from Delaware today. His impulse to continue the canonization of Beau is getting stronger, not weaker, it seems. Doesn’t anybody ever tell him that most Americans don’t know who Beau Biden is, since he was never a national figure? All this must be fairly excruciating for the fallen but still living son Hunter. I don’t suppose he ever thinks of that.
    “An emotional President-elect Joe Biden said goodbye to his home state of Delaware Tuesday, one day before he will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. He spoke at a farewell event at the Major Joseph R. ‘Beau’ Biden III National Guard/Reserve Center, which is located on the New Castle Airport’s campus, breaking down in tears as he paid tribute to his late son, and saying that it was Beau who should be president. ‘Ladies and gentleman, I only have one regret, he’s not here because we should be introducing him as president,’ Biden told the crowd, filled with friends and family, including son Hunter and daughter Ashley. ‘But we have great opportunities, Delaware has taught us anything’s possible, anything’s possible in this country.’ Beau Biden had been Delaware’s attorney general and was long thought to hold higher political ambitions before being killed by brain cancer in 2015, aged just 46. ‘It’s deeply personal that our journey to Washington starts here,’ Biden said, speaking from a podium inscribed with his son’s name.”

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