Administration lack of “an actual plan for action” is “politically toxic” due to “convoluted messaging” and policy “incoherence.”

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, The Washington Post released a scathing editorial on Joe Biden’s radical amnesty and open borders agenda. They note the obvious problem with Biden’s immigration plan: he doesn’t actually have a plan to fix the crisis he created – and his radical policies are only making it worse. You know it’s getting bad when even Biden’s allies in the media are calling him out.

In case you missed it, here’s what The Washington Post said about Biden’s nonexistent plan to fix the unprecedented crisis he created at our Southern Border.

The Post’s View: President Biden needs a coherent strategy for the border

In its apparent desperation to fashion an immigration strategy that will impose order on increasingly out-of-control migration, the Biden administration has unleashed a torrent of words and goals untethered to specific policies and timetables. To date, on immigration, officials have effectively reversed and rolled back some of the Trump administration’s … policies, but without a clear road map to address the immediate crisis — a decades-high surge in illegal border-crossing …

What is mostly missing from the sweeping rhetoric and broad-strokes analysis is an actual plan for action …

[T]he convoluted messaging — telling migrants not to seek entry to the United States while at the same time relaxing or scrapping an array of measures that would actually dissuade them, and providing relief to migrants on both sides of the border — has been a failure …

That failure is measurable, and it is politically toxic. As of mid-July, a staggering 1.1 million unauthorized border crossers had been apprehended so far in the current fiscal year, which began last Oct. 1. Nearly 190,000 migrants, a record monthly total high, were taken into custody by border officers in June alone, when the early summer’s heat often deters many from making the trek. At the current pace, officials project that apprehensions will reach 1.5 million by the end of the fiscal year, the most in more than two decades …

[T]he administration’s impulses … have driven a policy whose incoherence has yielded pressure at the border that may cost the Democrats control of one or both houses of Congress in next year’s midterm elections. So far, there is nothing in the administration’s short- or long-term strategizing that is likely to shift that dynamic.

Read the Full Editorial Here


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