Open Border Advocate Nominated for DHS

Joe Biden has nominated Alejandro Mayorkas to head the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). An immigrant from Cuba, Mayorkas served as head of Citizenship and Immigration Services and deputy chief of DHS during the Obama. He was known for his open border advocacy.

Breitbart News notes that “During his term in office, he won acclaim from pro-migration groups as he reduced fraud detection projects and maximized migration inflows. But his open-door policy exploded in 2014 as a flood of 350,000 migrants — including 68,000 youths and children — from Latin America and Mexico arrived to accept the welcome offered by Mayorkas and Obama.”



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