Biden’s Borderline Madness

Joe Biden is calling “garbage” the Wall Street Journal report that his Justice Department wants to pay $450,000 to every illegal “separated under the Trump administration.” The real trash here is the notion that the separation policy began with Trump. 

“Even if the immigration law is executed with perfection, there will be parents separated from their children.” That was Cecilia Muñoz, White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, in an October 18, 2011 interview with Gretchen Gavett of PBS. The problem, according to Muñoz, was “a broken system of laws, and the answer to that problem is reforming the law.” In the meantime, “even broken laws have to be enforced.” Therefore, parents would be separated from their children, with substantial benefits for those housing the separated. 

Before her White House gig, Cecilia Muñoz was vice president of the National Council of La Raza. Two of her La Raza colleagues, Juan Sanchez and Anselmo Villarreal, established Southwest Key, a charitable organization with a difference. Under the administration of the composite character David Garrow described in Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama, Southwest Key took in roughly $1 billion in federal contracts, including some $500 million for housing illegal immigrant children. 

According to CNN, Juan Sanchez was bagging $1.47 million a year, “which makes him one of the highest paid charity CEOs in the country.” Southwest Key housed males ages 10-17 at a massive former Walmart in Brownsville, Texas, and also housed illegals in Arizona and California. In 2018, KXAN of Austin reported that Southwest Key had received $995 million in federal funds since 2015. For the La Raza comrades of Cecilia Muñoz, housing illegals separated from their families is a lucrative trade. Under the Biden Junta, the big money is all in transport. 

Joe Biden is on record that illegals are “already Americans,” and under Alejandro Mayorkas, the Biden Department of Homeland Security is effectively the Department of Human Trafficking. John Fonte of the Hudson Institute makes a strong case that “operational control of the border is no longer in American hands,” but under the control of Mexican cartels. These are criminal organizations, yet Biden believes that they are “not bad folks,” like China’s Communist dictatorship. Behind the scenes, a more powerful dynamic is in play. 

The National Council of La Raza was inspired by  La Raza Cósmica (The Cosmic Race), by Mexican education minister and presidential candidate José Vasconcelos. During World War II, Vasconcelos edited the pro-Axis Timon magazine, and according to this Nazi propagandist, the Ibero-American race is destined to replace all others. As La Raza Cósmica explains, the black race is “eager for sensual joy, intoxicated with dances and unbridled lust.” Indians are an “inferior species” and the “Mongol” with his slanted eyes, “lacks the necessary boldness for new enterprises.” 

The yankee “Anglos,” are on the way out, and the descendants of the Scandinavians, Dutch, and English are “slow, almost dull, compared with the mestizo children from the south.” And so on. As the Mexican-American Communist Bert Corona recognized, this was the same brand of superior race theory supported by Hitler, the man Vasconcelos wanted to win World War II. 

In 1979, the Chicano Studies department at Cal State Los Angeles republished La Raza Cósmica, making it the core curriculum of Chicano Studies and prime exhibit of institutional racism. In 2017, the National Council of La Raza conveniently changed its name to UnidosUS, but the razaistas are now in full triumphal mode. 

The Biden Junta has effectively eliminated the border and the massive caravans are marching north. Mayorkas tells Congress the border is “closed,” as he works three shifts to bring in illegals and ship them around the country. In this, the Biden Junta has an example to follow. 

During the Nazi-Soviet pact of 1939-1941, Stalin invaded the Baltic states and moved in Russian nationals to help lock down the conquest. In similar style, the razaistas believe they have won and are moving in their people. This goes on with the full collaboration of the Biden Junta, whose military forces don’t guard the U.S. border or hold foreign adversaries in check. Their prime target is now “domestic terrorists,” code for anyone less than worshipful of Joe Biden. 

The Biden Junta has fundamentally transformed America into a handout zone, open to all comers, doubtless motivated by news of the $450,000 payout. Suppose Biden is wrong and the payouts to illegals are indeed going to happen. 

According to the Wall Street Journal, the $450,000 payments are “per person,” close to $1 million per family, and the total payout could amount to $1 billion. Under this boondoggle, violators of U.S. immigration law could receive more than families of Americans killed in action with the U.S. military. And as this writer can verify, a ballpark figure for the amount given to legal immigrants is zero. 

The task for legal immigrants and legitimate citizens is to make the United States of America a country again, under the rule of law and the Constitution. The correlation of forces now favors the razaista-Biden Junta axis, and the situation gets worse by the day. As Trump likes to say, we’ll have to see what happens. 

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About Lloyd Billingsley

Lloyd Billingsley is the author of Hollywood Party and other books including Bill of Writes and Barack ‘em Up: A Literary Investigation. His journalism has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Spectator (London) and many other publications. Billingsley serves as a policy fellow with the Independent Institute.

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