Joe Biden Faces Supreme Court Review Of His Catch & Release Policy


    President Joe Biden, Alejandro Mayorkas, the border chief, are encouraging the flow of migrants into America’s jobs by disregarding the law that states that migrants must be held until their asylum cases have been decided.

    The Supreme Court will however review the legality Biden’s catch and release policy in the Biden V. Texas lawsuit on April 26. This review will be performed one month before Mayorkas and Biden lift Title 42’s barrier on May 23, and allow unlimited asylum-seeking migrants to cross the border.

    Federal law allows any immigrant to apply for asylum in the United States. The law also states: “Mandatory Detention: Any alien subjected to the procedures under the clause shall be detained until a final determination on credible fear of persecution, and, if such a finding is not made, until removal.”

    Rob Law, director of regulatory affairs at the Center for Immigration Studies, stated that “the [federal] statute clearly states that aliens who arrive at the border without documentation and/or a visa should be held throughout the entire immigration court proceedings.”

    The Congressional Research Service stated that “Non-U.S. citizens (aliens) who attempt to illegally enter the United States must be detained while awaiting their removal.”

    Mayorkas, however, refuses to hold the migrants despite the American damage. Mayorkas also reduces the use the Migration Protection Protocols program which effectively detains Mexican migrants until their cases are resolved.

    Instead, he allows about 60,000 migrants to enter the United States each month under various legal claims. Additionally, an additional 40,000 migrants seeking work sneak across the border.

    The catch-and-release policy allows migrants to quickly obtain the jobs they need to pay their debts to banks, cartels, coyotes, and other organizations. This policy feeds the cartels’ network of labor and cash and allows illegal immigrants from Africa, South America and Asia to finance their illegal entry into the American labor and housing market. Investors, employers, as well as the coast states benefit from the illegal inflow to the national economy.

    Mayorkas is just one of numerous officials who have ignored the detention-until-completion law, according to the CRS report: “For many years, immigration authorities had construed governing statutes and regulations to … [ensure] alien could seek bond and potentially be released from custody during the pendency of those proceedings.”

    President Donald Trump’s Attorney general, Bill Barr, reversed the no-enforcement, hands-off policy. The CRS report noted:

    In a legal directive entitled Matter of M-S, on April 16, 2019, Attorney General William Barr reversed the position and ruled that aliens who are apprehended at ports of entry and then placed in formal removal proceedings after a credible fear determination, remain ineligible to bond [and release].

    Barr wrote:

    The Supreme Court’s Rodriguez decision, the implementing regulations and the statutory text all point to the same conclusion: all aliens who are transferred from expedited to complete proceedings after establishing credible fear are not eligible for bond. [release].

    Even pro-migration advocates admit to the fact. For example, the American Immigration Council stated on March 17, 2022 that:

    The United States has the broad authority to detain certain types of immigrants, migrants and other people seeking humanitarian protection, as they move through the immigration legal system.

    Law states that the detention law is in force since 1996’s reforms.

    The George W. Bush/Republican “Any Willing Worker” [policy] was the first to ignore the mandatory detention provision. This policy allowed economic migrants to enter the country’s interior, supposedly to show up for their court hearings. As word spread that this was how the United States treated migrants, more and greater numbers of [migrants] arrived and overloaded [the asylum] system.

    Trump attempted to establish a hard reset via [Migrant Protect Protocols] MPP and various deterrence and enforcement actions, but then Biden arrives and basically destroys the entire [Immigration and Naturalization Act] INA’s detention provisions.

    In the Biden case v. Texas, the lower court judges directed Biden’s deputy to detain or keep the migrants in Mexico until their asylum claims are resolved. Mayorkas has only sent a few hundred migrants to Mexico so far under the MPP. Mayorkas released nearly 73,480 migrants in February and sent only 93 back to Mexico as part of MPP.

    Some GOP politicians are aware of the government-backed labor migration hidden within the overloaded asylum process.

    “We are telling people, ‘If you arrive at the border and you claim asylum,… you can come in,” Sen. Bob Portman (R.PA) stated on March 30. He continued:

    There is a 1.5 million-person backlog in dealing with asylum cases. This means that it could take up to six years for your case to be considered before you are allowed to enter the country. You’re not only here, but you’re also working, your children are attending school, and you have access to your health care.

    But, many of these people don’t show up to their [asylum] court cases. Some do, and some don’t. The point is that this system attracts people to the border.

    Federal immigration law was created to protect Americans’ right to an equal playing field in the labor market from unscrupulous officials, employers, and politicians, such as President George. W. Bush’s “Any Willing Worker” pitch.

    Employers are prohibited from hiring foreigners under 8 U.S. Code SS1324a, which Congress passed in 1952.

    (1) In general

    It is against the law for any person or entity to do so

    (A) To hire or recruit an alien for employment in the United States knowing that the alien is an undocumented alien (as described in subsection (h(3)).

    Three decades of illegal and legal migration have brought about 45 million consumers, workers, and renters to the U.S. This influx of people has brought a huge profit to Wall Street, investors and CEOs.

    According to the National Academies of Science’s 2016 report on immigration, the mass inflow of illegal and legal immigrants has contributed to the transfer of approximately $500 billion per year in wages from American workers to investors.

    According to migration advocates, white-collar visa programmes have contributed to lower salaries for American nurses and tech graduates, as well as to an increase in the stock value at Fortune 500 companies to $100 billion. According to Census Bureau data, these programs have helped many Fortune 500 companies’ C-Suites by removing millions of American professionals from tech careers.

    Migration programs have also moved wealth, wages, and investment from the interior to the coasts, such as West Virginia and Detroit.

    Many Americans have fallen prey to the poverty caused by the mass inflow of illegal migrant workers. According to an Oxfam report, 22 March, more than 31.9 per cent of Americans, or 51.9 millions workers, make less than $15 an hour. Many are also stuck at the federal minimum wages, which is less that half of what they earn each hour.

    The Washington Post’s March 20 report on Dave Ramsey in Lincoln Park, Mich., outlined the extent of the damage.

    Coastal business groups cheer the Title 42 repeal. The statement was made by, a West Coast advocacy group funded by Zuckerberg.

    A functional migration system that is more than asylum should be the goal. This means expanding legal immigration avenues…. Ending Title 42 will only be one small piece of building that functionalmigration system.” The group said. Its wealthy founders have more stock market wealth, as the federal government extracts workers, consumers, renters, and other resources for the U.S. economy.

    D.C. reporters, however, are not aware of the law or the economics. This is partly because they are often pressured by editors and forced to focus on the dramatic migrations of migrants.

    Agency officials asked at least six reporters to ask questions during a Friday call with Department of Homeland Security personnel. None of the reporters asked questions about the legality of economic migrants being allowed to enter the American labor market. CNN’s Jake Tapper interviewed Mayorkas April 1st and did not challenge the legality Mayorkas’s open border policies.

    Numerous polls have shown that the public likes immigration and wants to give preference to fellow Americans.

    Echelon Insights conducted a poll of 1,050 voters on March 18-21. It found that 29 percent believed that America should not allow more immigrants in. This is because immigrants can lower wages, take away jobs, and drain taxpayers.

    Only 21 percent agreed strongly that America should allow more immigrants in. This is because immigrants can help to address labor market shortages and start businesses. They also have the potential to revitalize cities and towns that are declining.

    Law stated that the government’s operations of the nation’s immigration system are designed to deceive both the public and media about large-scale exclusion of workers and consumers from low countries.

    It’s always “Can it be done just enough to deceive public?”… Any removals made by the administration are simply driven by bad optics. For example, the Haitians gathered under the [Del Rio] bridge because they can’t escape the bad publicity. Then they say “Oh, but we’re still open borders. We’re using limited resources to catch the worst actors.”

    He said that the government’s cooperation is concealed behind theatrical enforcement laws for borders and a veil of legal complexity.

    They are part of the business transaction that involves importing workers and people into the United States. This is a mutually-beneficial arrangement in which the cartels benefit from all the people who pay the money to transport them. The Biden administration welcomes them, processes them and places them where they need to be within the country . This is a 100% corrupt business arrangement between cartels, the Biden ministry.

    Law said that the Supreme Court case exposes the harsh reality of migration behind border theater. He added, “This is an important moment about whether or not the nation has the ability determine who enters our country.”