Biden’s Border Policies Seek ‘Orderly Flow’ Of Illegal Immigrants

President Joe Biden recently admitted that his border policies are focused on facilitating a “more orderly flow” of illegal immigrants into the U.S.

Biden made his comments during an interview with MSNBC, where he addressed the controversy surrounding the term “illegal” he used to describe the murderer of 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley.

Even though Riley’s murderer was, in fact, a Venezuelan illegal immigrant, leftists called out the president for using the term “illegal” to describe the criminal during his State of the Union address.

On X, formerly known as Twitter, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) said, “Let me be clear: No human being is illegal.”

Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) issued a scathing rebuke of Biden’s immigration remarks, saying, “The rhetoric President Biden used tonight was dangerously close to language from Donald Trump.”

Following such backlash, the president appeared for an interview with MSNBC, where he apologized for using the correct term to describe Riley’s killer.

“During your response to [Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s] heckling of you, you used the word ‘illegal’ when talking about the man who allegedly killed Laken Riley,” MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart said.

Biden then interrupted Capehart, saying, “Undocumented person. I shouldn’t have used illegal. It’s undocumented.”

The president said he wanted to contrast himself with former President Donald Trump, who he argued does not speak friendly about illegal immigrants.

“I’m not going to treat any of these people with disrespect,” Biden added. “Look, they built the country. They’re the reason our economy is growing. We have to control the border and more orderly flow, but I don’t share his view at all.”

In effect, Biden’s comments signal that he does not want to secure the southern border. Instead, he’s blatantly claiming that illegal immigration might be a good thing for America.

The Western Journal pointed out that Biden changed multiple immigration policies upon taking office in January 2021. The president ended the Trump-era “remain in Mexico” policy and stopped construction of the wall alongside the southern border.

Biden’s lax border policies paved the way for a record number of illegal immigrants to enter the U.S., with more than 7 million pouring across the country.