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Biden Blamed for Border Crisis as Election Looms, GOP Warns of Vote Risks

The recent surge of illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border has drawn scrutiny, with many pointing to President Joe Biden's policies as a key factor. As the 2024 presidential election approaches and Biden's approval ratings fall, some argue that the Democratic Party is seeking new ways to secure electoral success.

One strategy under the spotlight is the so-called "open border" approach, which critics suggest could allow large numbers of illegal immigrants to influence U.S. elections. The implication is that these newcomers are likely to support the party that appears more welcoming to them, which could benefit Democratic candidates, including President Biden.

Republican lawmakers have expressed concern that illegal immigrants might be allowed to vote, potentially swaying election outcomes in favor of the Democratic Party. This concern is echoed by some who suggest that Democrats see immigration as a means to bolster their voter base amid declining support, driven by issues like inflation and crime.

A left-leaning University of Utah student, speaking to conservative group Turning Point USA, implied that the Biden administration's reluctance to tighten border security is a calculated effort to gain millions of votes that might not come from traditional American citizens.

The student's comments reflect broader public concern over the impact of immigration on U.S. elections. A recent Harris Poll for Axios showed that more than half of Americans support mass deportations of illegal immigrants, with 42% of Democrats and a majority of Republicans in agreement. Furthermore, a significant percentage of both Democrats (30%) and Republicans (46%) support ending birthright citizenship.

These findings suggest that a significant portion of the American public is worried about the effects of illegal immigration, particularly in terms of crime, drug trafficking, and violence along the southern border. The debate over immigration policy and its impact on U.S. politics is likely to remain a hot-button issue as the 2024 election season heats up.

Written by Staff Reports

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