“they knew the migrant surge was coming,’ Lara Logan


The Biden administration knew the migrant surge would happen beforehand, Fox Nation host Lara Logan said on Wednesday. Logan told “America’s Newsroom” the Biden administration had already begun opening and rebuilding facilities because “they knew the migrant surge was coming.”

“Furthermore, the Fox Nation host said the debate over whether “good or bad” immigrants are crossing the border is a “political trap,” a distraction from discussing the actual “border and national security issue.”

Comment: The Biden/Harris Administration welcomes the growing wave of illegal immigration organized by the drug cartels with China’s backing. The Biden Administration is seeking to effectively erase the SW border. They don’t believe in borders because they don’t believe that countries should exist. What they want is a loss of US sovereignty leading to an advancement of their goal of creation of a world-wide socialist power. The emperor Joe the First, his VP and Joe’s cabinet are actually opposed to enforcement of US immigration law. That is a violation of his oath of office in which he swore to protect and defend the constitution of the Unite States and by implication all federal law enacted under it.

“Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:—“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” ” wiki on US presidency.

The meaning of this oath is clear. For the president to not seek to enforce federal law is a violation of his oath and an impeachable offense. There is no chance that a House of Representative controlled by Pelosi would impeach Biden or Harris after him so Joe is secure in his infidelity to his oath. The enactment of HR-1 would likely ensure Democrat control of the federal government forever. So, what recourse is there?

Could the federal courts reverse this drive toward a Democrat Party leftist future. Yes , they could, but can a SCOTUS dominated by John Roberts be expected to that. I doubt it.

At this point it looks to me that the “Great Republic” as Winston Churchill called it is a memory receding into the past, a memory treasured by old people who have no power. pl


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16 Responses to “they knew the migrant surge was coming,’ Lara Logan

  1. Jimmy_w says:

    SJW doesn’t listen, when RINOs and Cuckservatives tell them that he’s making Ethnic Cleansing happen. Of course the Cuckservatives don’t do anything to stop the SJWs except wringing their hands. So Ethnic Cleansing it shall be.

  2. Martin Oline says:

    I believe that HR-1 is a blatant attempt to change the Constitution and no Justice of the Supreme Court could sit by and let it take effect. States make the rules – period. This is a Republic. It will be challenged and overturned in court of it can get the votes to pass the House and Senate.

    • JerseyJeffersonian says:

      Oh, I could imagine the Supreme Kangaroo Court sitting on their hands quite easily.

      Recall that they refused standing to Texas’ suit against the blue states who violated the Constitution by ignoring the mandate in that document that the rules for Federal elections in individual states be under the sole control of the legislatures of the states. In those states, this control had been usurped by the state executive, the state courts, or a combination of these. Despite the stipulated duty of the US Supreme Court to adjudicate lawsuits between states, they declared that the lawsuit “lacked standing”, ffs.

      So yeah, it’d just be the same dodge again. We no longer live – even vestigially – under the Constitution.

      Yes, the substance of HR 1 is – grossly – violative of the Constitution. But when the court upon whom the responsibility to act as a bulwark against unconstitutional abuses is assigned has already caved once (with great damage to the Republic) to not-so-veiled threats of packing the court to attain politically-desired results, I have no doubt that they will cravenly submit, abrogating their responsibility yet again.

      Sad days, no?

  3. Deap says:

    DNC long-term investment plan: Anchor Baby + 18 years = Democrat voter.

  4. elaine says:

    We might need a bit more immigration to buttress up our “demographics”
    (code word for the economy) however the dems appear to be opposed to
    meritorious immigration & prefer bringing many poorly educated/unskilled
    immigrants. This trend appears to be occurring here & throughout western Europe.

    Many of the dems in my neighborhood have added tri color signs to their yards that
    are in Spanish. Arabic & English that say “We don’t care where you’re from or what
    language you speak we’re just glad you’re our neighbor.” These signs usually accompany their “BLM-we’re listening” placards.

    If chain migration rules the day perhaps we as citizens could scrounge up some
    long lost relatives in far off lands & get them in the mix, assuming they’re interested.

  5. elaine says:

    2nd, third, or fourth cousins should qualify as Nancy no longer wants us to use
    terms like mother, father, sister or brother.

  6. Jose says:

    “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”

    ― Abraham Lincoln

    The combination of the Globalist and the DeceptiCons are going to make it happen sooner rather than latter.

    WTF is going on in the military, they will soon turn into Georgetown.

  7. jerseycityjoan says:

    I thought about immigration while reading about and viewing Bill Maher’s rant contrasting America’s and China’s approach to problems and government.

    He is right about everything he said. He sees Americans as a silly people and “You’re not going to win the battle for the 21st century if you are a silly people.”

    “We see a problem and we ignore it, lie about it, fight about it, endlessly litigate it, sunset clause it, kick it down the road, and then write a bill where a half-assed solution doesn’t kick in for 10 years,” Bill Maher said. “China sees a problem and they fix it. They build a dam. We debate what to rename it.”

    Serious countries put their own people first. Serious countries with huge deficits don’t do all they can to bring in poor people from around the world and volunteer to provide them with government benefits. Serious countries don’t allow their employers to hire foreign workers they don’t need instead of hiring Americans. If we don’t have all the skilled workers we need in a country of 330 million people, in most cases we can train our own people. We have plenty of them.

    A lot of the people who watch Maher won’t like this message. I have to give him credit for saying what he did.


  8. longarch says:

    WTF is going on in the military, they will soon turn into Georgetown.

    Some eccentric people with no journalistic credentials claim that factions within the US military secretly control the White House and that Biden is a prisoner. They show various photos as evidence.


    The eccentric who posted the photo commented: “It was filmed at nearby Joppa film studios. They won’t be able to keep a lid on this for much longer. Sooner or later someone is going to blow it.” However, perhaps the Rose Garden was simply changed in appearance by carpenters. The alleged evidence does not convince me of the claim.

    This allegedly shows that Biden’s Rose Garden is not Trump’s Rose Garden. I am not an expert at photo analysis or at White House decor, so I cannot judge.

    More cynical people are saying that it is all over, there is no hope, because the military is more concerned with Tucker Carlson than with winning wars.


  9. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Sundance over at The Conservative Treehouse is arguing for nullification of Federal Diktat by the States. What are your thoughts on this?

    To me this seems like a stepping stone toward secession; the Feral Junta conditions disbursal of funds to the States upon their compliance. If nullification leads to refusal on the part of the Feral Junta to disburse funds to the States entirely if resistance is offered even in part, it would be but a short interval before the refusal to render taxes or other duties and imposts from the States.

    The steady drive (rather like the March Through the Institutions, a closely related phenomenon) toward the centralization, and homogenization of regulations, and social policies seems to largely arise from the overbroad (and very deliberate) weaponization of the Commerce Clause, which was a reasonable instrument for encouraging the harmonization of commercial practices between the signatory States at the adoption of the Constitution, but as currently construed by our wise Solons of the courts, this functions as an end run around the 10th Amendment.

    Separate State identities, permitted under the Constitution, have been systematically undermined and rendered impossible to sustain. Thus, it ain’t The Republic any longer. What to do, what to do…

  10. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    So, here’s what I guess I am driving at in my prior post, here well stated by my man, Thomas Jefferson:

    “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

    Yeppers, we find ourselves once again on the Crazy Train toward despotism, arguably in a far more extreme manner than what was happening under George III, if it comes down to it.

    I find myself of the opinion that, indeed, we ain’t voting ourselves out of this. When the Supreme Court can’t be arsed to respect and enforce the – unambiguous – words of the Constitution concerning the control of the State legislatures over Federal elections, it seems like a long shot that the 10th Amendment guarantees to the States will retain any slight, residual traction with these buffoons.

    At this point, temporizing does not look like a winning strategy, at least to me.

  11. Fred says:

    “…a memory treasured by old people who have no power.”

    Sadly many of the old OK boomer people don’t agree with your very accurate analysis and will be happy to have the leftists repeat their victory over America, just as they did when they sided with the communists during the war in Vietnam.

  12. PRC90 says:

    “They don’t believe in borders because they don’t believe that countries should exist.” Yes, that being one of the tenets of the ‘Progressive’s’ shining path towards a idealistic war-less, class-less, noncompetitive, non-gender-constrained [insert other Utopian dreamwords here] mono-world. Unfortunately they ignore the implication that someone would have to be in charge and that would be them, and not anyone else who may be subject to human frailties. They also ignore the fact that they are not intending or able to create a world wide reset, merely an American one.

    Would the PRC disagree with this outcome ?

    At least seventy million Americans will disagree with them. If the USSC does not hold this up, then you will have enough energy and manpower on the loose to concentrate into a revolution or if contested, a civil war starting well away from DC.
    Timing – when ? The 2024 election between Harris and whoever, my guess is Republican Tulsi, will be critical – if the current path continues past that date, then all bets are off.

  13. Sam says:

    He’s right. We’ve talked about this. There is no “America” anymore in any real fundamental sustainable sense. There’s an empire and there’s an oligarchy but there’s no cohesive country left.


    I agree that with the oligarchy in power no matter which party has the majority in Congress and the managerial class all gone woke to keep their paychecks going and climb the ladder, there is no republic in terms of the founding principles. The voters have allowed this to happen by continuously voting for Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee over the past several decades. None of this is new. This slide into fascism has been occurring in a steady manner for decades.

  14. mark says:

    In the last ten years or so I have met a few young men who served in the infantry and they give me hope for our country.The recent picks for the supreme court had my hopes up,but not so much this year.I want to be wrong and have the court do right by us.thx mark

  15. coboarts says:

    Old warriors need to bring their well-honed skills and their values to the game, but the field has been recast and all the old is being set for destruction – new game… don’t forget your judo

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