Americans Can’t Come Home, Illegals Admitted

By Craig Richards,

TEXAS – COVID 19 restrictions stop Americans and law-abiding international citizens from entering the United States. But those safety measures do not apply to illegal immigrants flooding into the southern border.

According to the CDC all air passengers coming to the United States, including U.S. citizens, are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before boarding a flight to the United States. Even after the flight, the CDC suggests another test 3-5 days after returning and a self-quarantine of a full seven days even with negative test results.

With such stringent US enforcement of safety practices with its own citizens, there is an expectation that border COVID 19 restrictions would be doubly difficult. They’re not!

NBC reported that according to a Biden administration official, “Customs and Border Protection is not testing migrant children packed into overcrowded border stations for Covid-19.” More than 100 have tested positive after being transferred from those facilities. “We are not performing testing inside Border Patrol facilities," an administration official told reporters on a press call.

The threat to the American public is clear. In a Carrizo Springs, Texas, HHS facility currently housing 766 children, 108 have tested positive for Covid-19. As the crisis on the border grows, the Biden administration is creating space in more facilities throughout Texas and the US to house the tsunami of illegal immigrants washing over the border.

In the end American citizens must prove they are safe to return to their own country as migrants are accepted illegally and untested into the country’s southern border. The strain on the U.S. is already showing in overwhelmed housing facilities, confirmed massive illegal immigrant COVID cases allowed to enter the country unrestricted and the economy – as funding for accommodations, food and health services for the illegals are landing on the back of the ever-dwindling COVID ravaged American workforce.