Joe Biden just got emasculated by what Mexico is about to do to him

President Biden’s weakness is a major problem. The repercussions for America are devastating.

And now Joe Biden’s been emasculated by what Mexico is about to do to him.

The Biden administration’s measures to limit illegal immigration have been complicated by reports that the Mexican government is currently busing individuals from the south of the nation north into the United States.

A new program launched by the Mexican government offers immigrants rides north of the Guatemalan-Mexican border, relieving the strain on public and private transportation.

According to multiple confirmed reports, on Monday over 400 immigrants waited in the Oaxaca region in the southern part of Mexico for the government buses.

After as many as a thousand people began showing up at the Juchitan station every day, authorities finally opened the government-run busing site last week to accommodate the influx.

One-way bus tickets cost anywhere from $22 to $85, depending on the route’s length.

Every day, hundreds of people cross Mexico’s southern border, with the vast majority bound for the United States. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, president of Mexico, claimed on Monday that 6,000 migrants cross into Mexico daily from Guatemala.

Freight train service has been temporarily halted in the previous few weeks due to mishaps involving the thousands of immigrants who have hitchhiked rides on northbound trains.

On certain days in September, the number of illegal immigrants apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border exceeded 8,000.

Eagle Pass, Texas, Tucson, Arizona, and San Diego, California are just a few of the places where the Border Patrol makes 1,000-2,000 arrests every day. Most immigrants are not sent back to their home countries but are instead allowed to remain in the United States while their cases are processed for eventual removal.

When asked for comment on Mexico’s busing initiative, the White House declined.

This is embarrassing for the Biden administration and is frankly emasculating for President Joe Biden himself who can’t seem to get a grip on the situation at the southern border at all.

Mexico feels emboldened enough to make demands and to tell the United States that they are going to worsen the situation at the southern border by transporting immigrants en masse.

But the worst part is not that the Joe Biden administration refuses to lift a finger and secure the southern border to at least stop the illegal immigration issue from worsening.

No, the worst part is that the Biden administration is actively trying to stop Republican governors like Greg Abbott from being able to do anything about it either.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott implemented a buoy system in the Rio Grande that was designed to discourage people from trying to cross the dangerous river to get into the United States illegally. Not only that, but it was designed to help save lives for those who got stuck in the middle of the river, as many do.

What did the Biden administration do? Sue Greg Abbott and the Texas government, of course. Their reasoning was that it was unconstitutional and that there were an endangered species of mussels in the Rio Grande that meant the Abbott admin. wasn’t allowed to implement the buoys without prior approval.

The Democrats in power in Washington, D.C. are making it clear that they simply don’t care about the very real impact that illegal immigration is causing for the southern regions of America.

Though, if Joe Biden wants to even sniff a second term in the White House, he might want to rethink his non-strategy because polls show that Americans are sick of the twiddling of thumbs while illicit drugs are pouring over our southern border and taking the lives of millions of Americans.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal for more updates and news on the U.S. southern border with Mexico.

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