Top US officials visit Mexico to discuss amnesty for millions of illegal migrants

Two of the top US officials, Secretary of State Tony Blinken and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, made a three-hour visit to Mexico on Wednesday to meet with Mexican President Obrador. In the photo, it is evident that Blinken was not accorded much respect, as the Mexican President sat at the head of the table, while the US officials were placed to the side.

Under Joe Biden’s administration, the number of illegal aliens entering the United States has surpassed the population of New Jersey, which is the 11th largest state. And there are thousands more on the way. During their three-hour meeting, the Biden officials discussed amnesty with the Mexican Socialist President, which is expected to escalate the invasion.

In response to this shocking development, Speaker Mike Johnson expressed his disapproval. At a time when America is facing the worst border crisis in its history, the announcement of discussions about amnesty for illegal immigrants with the President of Mexico is deemed unconscionable by the Biden Administration, according to Speaker Johnson.

Additionally, Speaker Johnson criticized the Biden administration, stating that it has no real intention of solving the crisis and that President Biden should stop vacationing. These comments were made in response to the meeting between Blinken and Mayorkas and the Mexican president, AMLO, where talks of amnesty took place.

According to Bill Melugin, the Mexican government, in response to the meeting with Mayorkas and Blinken, revealed that the delegations also discussed the benefits of regularizing the situation of Hispanic migrants who have been undocumented for several years and the DACA beneficiaries, who are a vital part of the US economy and society.

These developments have drawn criticism and concern from various quarters, with many questioning the Biden administration’s approach to the ongoing border crisis and its potential impact on the US economy and society. The meeting between the top US officials and the Mexican president has raised eyebrows and prompted calls for a reconsideration of the administration’s policies.


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