Biden’s Border Polices Risks US

A former acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chad Wolf shared his perspective on President Joe Biden’s leadership during his presidency and the implications of the current border situation. According to Wolf, President Biden has been “leading from behind,” resulting in various global conflicts, including the Israel-Ukraine conflicts, and growing hostilities worldwide.

Wolf emphasized that threats from entities like Hamas and Hezbollah, which are enemies of Israel, can also pose risks to the United States. He raised concerns about the open southern border and the potential for security threats to spill into the homeland. Wolf highlighted that events abroad can directly impact the safety and security of the U.S.

R.J. Hauman, the president of the National Immigration Center for Enforcement, joined Wolf during the interview and drew attention to the recent attacks on Israel. Hauman suggested that the situation in Israel serves as a stark reminder of what can happen when borders, initially touted as secure, face vulnerabilities.

Hauman also pointed out that the question of whether the United States could be vulnerable to similar threats underscores the need to address the issue of illegal migration, particularly concerning individuals from adversarial countries, including military-aged men.

Regarding the Biden administration’s response, Hauman criticized the focus on increased refugee resettlement and additional funding for processing at the border. He argued that this approach does not address the potential presence of sleeper terrorist cells within the country.

Chad Wolf concluded by discussing changes in border policies during the Biden administration. He noted that the alteration of both optics and policies at the border has proven ineffective. Wolf expressed the importance of deterrence in border security and raised concerns about the release of individuals who enter the country illegally.

In summary, Chad Wolf voiced his apprehensions about the current state of U.S. national security, citing concerns about border security and the potential repercussions of global conflicts on the homeland.