President Joe Biden is reportedly considering domestic travel restrictions in red states to slow the spread of the coronavirus, while effectively opening our nations southern boarder to undocumented immigrants, according to the Federalist.
“This is a war and we’re at battle with the virus. War is messy and unpredictable, and all options are on the table,” The White House told the Miami Herald.
Federal travel sanctions on Florida, where the state’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has allowed the economy to remain open and has been lenient on the state’s COVID restrictions, has been focused on protecting and prioritizing the most vulnerable, which contradicts the Biden administration’s embrace of open borders.
Biden has already signed 38 executive orders, and counting. To completely change his predecessors policies regarding immigration, which includes halting construction of the boarder wall, which one such wall still stands around the U.S. Capital to protect politicians from alleged domestic threats that they have been unable to prove.
The New York Times reported that illegal immigrants that enter though Texas are not being screened for COVID-19 unless they show visible symptoms and are being released indefinitely into the United States, instead of returning to their home countries.
Despite pressure on DeSantis to embrace the blue economic plans, Florida has fared far better than states like New York or California that have stayed locked down for most of the year. According to RealClearPolitics, Florida has suffered more than 28,000 deaths related to COVID-19, while New York has witnessed more than 45,000 deaths. Red states that are light on their lockdown policies are already preparing to cough up trillions of dollars to the Democrats coronavirus spending bill, $1.9 trillion to be exact. The chart above cites how red states economy faired a lot better than blue stands and their devastating lockdown policies.