Oath breakers

From listening to Biden and Mayorkas on the subject of the flow of illegals to the SW border, it seems apparent to me that although this unholy duo does not want the embarrassment of the massive Volkerwanderung just now, they are quite willing to have several million enter the US illegally when, as Biden put it “we get organized.” The intended organization is evidently to be one for distributing the migrants across the US. This is a clear violation of US immigration law.

They are both in violation of their oaths of office. pl

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31 Responses to Oath breakers

  1. J says:


    Neither one (Marxist Joe, or his flunky DHS Sec. Mayorkas) give a darn about their ‘oaths of office’. Their ball-face actions show it.

    Mayorkas blatantly lied to the Congress today regarding our Southern Border. It’s like Mayorkas is looking at life through a gold-fish bowl, skewed.


  2. TV says:

    Given the egregious corruption of Biden and family over the years, what’s a little oath breaking?
    As for the DHS Sec., he’s just another American-hating Democrat, repeating myself.
    I truly hope that Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan get flooded with illegals.
    People get the government they deserve

  3. BillWade says:

    The pandemic must not be that big of a deal if you can let all these folks in right now. I can’t even go to Canada without jumping through some serious hoops.

  4. Deap says:

    Gotta open the public schools first so they can absorb all those new border “kids in cages”, or else the teachers unions will not benefit from Biden’s surge of illegal minor border crashers.

    This does make the current negotiations with the Democrat teachers unions about school re-openings tense. How will this new surge of illegal K-12 students fatten local school district teacher union coffers, if they remain stuck at the border?

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  6. Mark Gaughan says:

    https://youtu.be/PInNrFZQEwk off topic, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ☘

  7. BrotherJoe says:

    This is just the final push for the long-planned North American Union. The administration will be ‘caught by surprise’ and ‘forced by circumstances’ to drop the pretense of a secure border.

  8. Mark Gaughan says:

    https://youtu.be/iIzS–c-PH8 off topic, once again, Redbreast 12 Cask Strength

  9. jerseycityjoan says:

    Not to quibble but my understanding is that the Democrats want everybody coming in to put in for asylum even though most of them don’t meet the criteria and their cases are ultimately rejected. The reason I am making the distinction is that I believe their goal is to wipe out the idea of illegal immigration. Everybody will get a fig leaf who needs one, everybody will be allowed to stay if they can only get into the country. This is not simply ignoring the laws which is bad enough but living in a dream world fantasy in which the United States can and should rescue the world. It is very dangerous thinking. We can’t have it and survive.

    More things I look for:

    1. Trump’s administration revisited the rules governing being a public charge. As we import massive amounts of poverty through immigration this was a great thing but his executive orders never went anywhere on this due to court challenges, I believe. Biden has already issued new orders cancelling them. During Clinton’s time Congress passed a law that prevented people on green cards coming here and getting most benefits for a period of five years. I suspect this law will come up for discussion with the idea of getting rid of it.

    2. Numerical limits. We give very broad rights to bring in relatives that are somewhat reined in by annual limits. That is why there are long wait times for certain extended family members. I saw the other week that for example right now about 190,000 brothers and sisters can come in. The people pushing for amnesty won’t be happy if the amnestied people have to wait years for all their family to get here. Again, I suspect numerical limits will come up for discussion with the idea of greatly expanding them.

    Immigration affects so many other things and makes permanent change to our country. When we make big mistakes we pay for it. I can only hope Biden gets stopped. It’s bad enough we will end up amnestying the illegal immigrants we already have, voluntarily opening up the floodgates to the rest of the world is simply madness.

    • Deap says:

      We also export billions of US dollars in the form of “remittences”, that while earned in the US are not re-circulated in the US economy.

      Which also provides massive incentives for more to join the trek to the US to do more of the same. Far more than just being a “public charge” is going on here. There is also the trading of EBT cards, in 7-11 parking lost for cash, along with shipping “free” food and goods back to relatives at home.

  10. Fourth and Long says:

    Not simply at an utter loss for words such as “Pentagon” and “Lloyd Austin” – no, he managed to call Putin a “souless killer” yesterday on international TV. What a man is our Joe.

    Was it a coincidence that Blinken was in Korea doing ” diplomacy” at the same time as a maniac in Atlanta Georgia killed 4 Korean women? Two of the other of a total of eight murder victims are reported to be of Asian ethnicity. Do their countries of origin comprise the remaining visits on the Secretary of State’s itinerary? Well, Joe said America is “back.” Here’s his understanding of diplomacy. Or am I mistakenly?

    • Ishmael Zechariah says:

      Russia recalled her ambassador- https://www.rt.com/russia/518406-ambassador-antonov-us-biden/
      Someone here recently commented that the biden regime was trying to decrease tensions.
      Peculiar way they have of going about it. Might be TTG has an explanation.

      Ishmael Zechariah

      • The Twisted Genius says:

        IZ, I don’t have any deep insights into Biden’s developing foreign policy, but I’m not particularly alarmed by his soulless killer comment. However, it does stand in stark contrast to Trump’s fawning over Putin. Being that Biden’s original comment was made years ago and directly to Putin’s face, I doubt Putin was shocked at all. As Putin said at the time, they understand each other.

        I think the recalling of the Russian ambassador is a reaction to looming sanctions and whatever cyber retaliations are planned by the Biden administration. It’s a warning not to go overboard on this “reset” of foreign relations.

        Beyond Russia, Biden has sanctioned a number of Chinese just before today’s China-US meetings in Alaska. Clearly Biden see’s China and Russia as our major competitors. Biden did not react to North Korea’s telling us not to cause a stink. On the contrary, he counseled the Justice Department to knock it off when they called North Korea “a criminal syndicate with a flag.”

        Biden doesn’t appear to be seeking regime change in Iran and want’s to return to the JCPOA. He’s also not seeking regime change in Riyadh or a complete break with the royal family. I like that approach. I don’t like the Saudis at all, but I do not want a collapse of the royals. What would come afterward would be far worse. I also thin Biden is being careful not to drive MBS into the arms of Putin. Biden wants out of Afghanistan. Good. I’m not sure what he wants in Iraq. So far his actions there have been measured. In Syria, I’m disappointed that he has not yet divorced himself from the longstanding “Assad must go” policy. At least he’s no longer interested in Syrian oil. I think if he gets out of Iraq, he will have to get out of Syria. That would also remove a potential flashpoint with the “soulless killer.”

        • Pat Lang says:

          Trump’s “fawning over Putin” just looks like trying to have a reasonable relationship to me.

        • Ishmael Zechariah says:

          Thanks for trying to square this circle. We will see in a year if you are correct.
          BTW, as Colonel Lang pointed out, do you really think that Trump “fawned” over Putin?
          Some definitions:
          ” To flatter and fuss over one to an excessive degree, especially in a sycophantic or obsequious manner. “
          “The verb to fawn, meaning “to show delight or fondness like a dog” comes from a different source. Old English had the adjective faegen, meaning “glad.” The OE verb faegnian meant “to rejoice, be glad, exult.” A dog is said to fawn over its master. In a dog, that’s considered a good thing. Applied to a human being, to fawn means” to grovel, to act slavishly, to show excessive and inappropriate homage to someone or something.” This use of fawn is in frequent use on the web“. Links upon request.
          I have followed Trump’s speeches and behavior w/ respect to Putin. I did not see any “fawning”. An unfortunate choice of words, IMO.
          Ishmael Zechariah

          • The Twisted Genius says:

            IZ, I do think fawning is the correct term, even by your definition, “to show excessive and inappropriate homage to someone.” But I also see it as a personality trait of Trump or perhaps a business tactic. He’s done the same to Xi, Duterte, Kim Jong-un and others. But he’s only been consistently fawning to Putin, for others he’s turned it on and off at will.

          • Pat Lang says:

            Oh, bullshit. Anything the man did is wrong to you, whichever one of you it is who is actually writing.

        • Tess says:


          Your version of the joint military exercises with Marocco few miles from the coast of Spain without previous warning to Spanish air traffic authorities?

          This was interpreted by some analysts as a menace to Spain…allegedly an ally and partent at NATO, while Morocco is not a NATO partner…

          Do you think Biden is doing a continuum with respect Trump NATO policy, that is, destroying the alliance in favour of gaining more freedom of action and with it possibility to attack former partners as needed?

          Analysts are talking about CIA factbook considering Spanish Port of Las Palmas of great strategic importance..

          • The Twisted Genius says:

            I have no idea what you’re talking about. I know nothing about joint exercises with Morocco, nor have I ever written about them.

    • JerseyJeffersonian says:

      And the really awesome thing about Biden’s words about Putin (timed to coincide with the spurious claims from the “intelligence community” about pervasive Russian [and Iranian] interference in the Presidential election in 2020) is that the Russian government has now recalled their ambassador to the US for consultations about what can be done in dealing with a country whose (alleged) leader makes scurrilous, and ominous comments about their nation’s President.

      An aside. Interviewer George Stephanopoulos teed this up by referring to a past meeting between Biden & Putin:

      “You said you know he doesn’t have a soul,” Stephanopoulos said with a smile on his face.

      Biden responded in the affirmative and said he looked Vladimir Putin in the eye and told him “I don’t think you have a soul and he looked back at me and said we understand each other.”

      My comment is this; given Biden’s deteriorating mental capacity, it was predictable that he would jump on this incident from the PAST, and crap all over the PRESENT, and the changed circumstances now that he is pResident. Another manipulation of this man’s decline for the interests of whoever is pulling his strings. This boastful oaf was not reminiscing about how he stood down the long ago pool bully, Cornpop, here, folks. He has actually made the feigned MAD DOG strategem, wherein one conveys an air of dangerous unpredictability in order to shock an opponent, seem all too real to the leaders of a nuclear-armed superpower.

      This while there are indications of an incipient confrontation in Ukraine being pushed by the US, and a possible increase in US military forces in Syria? Well, it would be the height of folly for Russia to not take this confluence of events very, very seriously when Biden (and whoever is pulling the strings on all of these things) is presenting as being as crazy as a shithouse rat. I got a real bad feeling upon learning of the recall of the Russian ambassador.

  11. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Buyer’s remorse, JerseyCityJoan?
    You didn’t have anything good to say about President Trump, but now you see what a sea of lunacy he was trying to hold back, largely single-handedly? But he sent out too many tweets, that vulgar man…

    Well, as the saying goes, elections have consequences. This goes double for stolen elections, because the “winners” have already demonstrated their utter disregard for the law, and the public’s well-being by how they stole the machinery of government to accomplish their corrupt, and insane ends.

    It was a coup, my dear, plain and simple; flap your hands all you like now, they’ve got the bit between their teeth, and they’re hellbent for leather with us in tow.

    • jerseycityjoan says:

      I guess you have remembered the times I have said I was a Democrat but not the times I said I voted for Trump twice because of immigration.

      You can’t blame me for Biden. I did not want him and did not vote for him in the primaries.

      • JerseyJeffersonian says:

        Okay, fair enough, my bad. Heh, we’re both from New Jersey, and Trump was not my ideal, but he espoused certain views that led me to vote for him twice, not that our votes would matter here in Blue Tick hell for purposes of allocating our state’s electoral votes.

  12. Deap says:

    How is allowing illegal border crashers to be in this country today, that much difference than sanctioning the former US slave trade?

    Brought in to do the jobs Americans refuse to do; live in the shadows, half a person, and subject to crime and extortion if they try to move outside of the shadow existence. We have anchor baby young people who threaten to turn their parents in to “La Migra” if their parents don’t let them run wild in this town.

    One group came against their will; but many in that group also chose to stay and not return home when given the chance after the Civil War. The other group came willingly, but chose a material lack of freedom and expression of rights making that choice to come. One got useful skills training; one got paid.

    Open borders is sanctioning de facto slavery. Way to go, Democrats.

  13. Bill H says:

    Living in the shadows, subject to crime and extortion if the move outside their burrows? What world are you living in Deap?

    In California they are marching in large masses, blocking traffic, waving the flags of the nations they came from and demanding their “rights.”

    • Deap says:

      Good point. It’s generational. The older ones, the one’s who still don’t speak, read of understand English live in the shadows. The younger ones, with anchor baby siblings and full K-12 indoctrination, yes they are out getting in our faces with their entitlement demands.

      Don’t forget the need of the teachers unions to protect these people and get them to “demand their rights”. They are fodder for K-12 classrooms and cash cows for teacher union dues.

      Of course without learning the real numbers of illegals and their demographics in our 2020 census, the true nature of this illegal presence can never be accurately assessed; all we have is anecdote from personal observation.

  14. Deap says:

    When partisan legends become operating facts.

    Victor Davis Hansen so clearly sets out this false narrative disorder today, along with analyzing the three key events from past tumultuous year: (1) “covid”; (2) George Floyd; and (3) the Jan 6 assault on the capitol – all of which have become far more legend than fact.


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