Musk’s Bold Accusation
Elon Musk, the ever-outspoken billionaire, has launched a scathing critique of President Joe Biden’s border policies, alleging a deliberate tactic to cement Democratic power.
Musk expressed his critique on X, sharing a 2021 news story about Biden’s immigration plans. He minced no words: “Biden’s strategy is very simple,” he stated. “1. Get as many illegals in the country as possible. 2. Legalize them to create a permanent majority – a one-party state.”
“Biden’s strategy is very simple,” he stated. “1. Get as many illegals in the country as possible. 2. Legalize them to create a permanent majority – a one-party state.” Musk expressed.
Backing his claims with data, Musk highlighted the staggering rise in illegal immigrants reported by ICE, from 3.7 million in FY 2021 to an estimated 6.2 million in FY 2023.
Musk’s Stance on Law Enforcement
The tech mogul, a South African immigrant himself, drew attention to New York’s recent incident involving an assailant of police, criticizing the lack of deportations: “You can literally assault police officers…be released with no bail…and still not be deported!! Outrageous.”
Questioning Criminal Consequences
Musk continued his online commentary, questioning the efficacy of arresting repeat offenders like a Venezuelan woman arrested eight times in recent months, without subsequent deportation or imprisonment.
Asylum Concerns and Election Integrity
Musk has previously opined on asylum status, suggesting it’s alarmingly accessible and warning of potential ballot harvesting in future elections.
Amid discussions on bipartisan immigration legislation, Musk asserted, “No laws need to be passed,” advocating for a return to requiring proof before granting asylum hearings.
Aligning with Silicon Valley’s David Sacks, Musk agreed that the border issue stems from a refusal to enforce existing laws, rather than a need for new ones.
Musk’s visit to the southern border in Texas, live-streamed for the public, underscored his commitment to exposing the migrant crisis.
Biden’s Stance and Congressional Response
President Biden claims to have exhausted his executive reach on border security. Meanwhile, House Republicans move to impeach Secretary Mayorkas over the border situation, with Speaker Mike Johnson condemning the administration’s management as a “catastrophe by design.”