Chinese Using Biden’s Weak Southern Border To Sneak In
Over the past few months, a significant number of Chinese migrants and asylum seekers have made their way to the U.S.-Mexico border. Furthermore, several others are currently en route to the north, having successfully traversed the perilous Darién Gap jungle that lies between Colombia and Panama.
According to Axios, the situation is yet another example of how individuals from places far beyond the Americas are seeking asylum in the U.S. by way of the southwestern border. It also highlights the continuing response to the strict domestic policies of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
According to Texas border Democrat Rep. Vicente Gonzalez the message has been spread wide and far: if an individual manages to reach the southern border, their chances of gaining entry into the United States are significantly high. Consequently, the demographics of those who have been entering the country have changed.
Migration data obtained from the government of Panama indicates that around 2,200 Chinese nationals entered Panama by way of the dense Darién Gap jungle during the first two months of this year.
The number of Chinese migrants who made the journey in 2023 surpassed the total count of 2,000 individuals who completed the trip in the entirety of the previous year. It is worth noting that the figure for 2022 was a significant increase from the mere 77 individuals who completed the journey in 2021.
Even with this terrible news about Chinese refugees entering the United States and with the potential of a massive war between the U.S. and China kicking off in the near future, President Biden still refuses to do anything.