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During her Thursday press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre insisted administration officials are “doing everything we can to deal with” the still-increasing surge of migrants at the southwest border.

That’s not true, and Jean-Pierre knows it: President Biden’s not doing the one thing the law requires — detaining illegal entrants.

The reason they’re coming is they know Biden’s going to release them, allowing most to live and work here forever.

The law’s extremely straightforward, requiring the Department of Homeland Security to hold all inadmissible “applicants for admission” (including and especially illicit border crossers) until they’re either granted asylum or removed.

Biden’s ignored that congressional mandate since day one.

Worse, even as migrant apprehensions hit new records at the US-Mexico line, Biden’s asked Congress to cut funding for alien detention beds for the past two fiscal years.

It refused to do so last year, while its response this year is yet to be seen.

He’s also blithely ignored the clear connection between his migrant-release policies and the border crisis from the beginning, asserting during a March 2021 press conference, “Nothing has changed” at the border between his administration and Donald Trump’s.

He claimed a then-nascent surge was unremarkable: “It happens every single, solitary year.” That was ignorance, indifference or misdirection (and likely a combination of the three).

The administration continues to argue its migrant surge is being driven by “hemispheric conditions” such as “food insecurity” and “climate change,” even after federal Judge Kent Wetherell held in March that while such “geopolitical factors” have contributed to the surge, officials’ contentions “that the crisis at the border is not largely of their own making because of their more lenient detention policies is divorced from reality.”

To paraphrase Chico Marx: “Who ya gonna believe — Jean-Pierre or your own eyes?”

Worse, however, are her attempts to blame the crisis on congressional Republicans’ refusal to consider “a comprehensive piece of legislation” Biden proposed the day he took office “to try to deal with” what she described as our “broken immigration system.”

That proposal is little more than a massive amnesty for nearly every illegal alien here, and worse it would open the door for those deported under Trump to reenter.

Even the Democrats who controlled Congress during Biden’s first two years refused to consider it, and when an amnesty’s too rich for Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, you know it’s bad.

As for the purportedly “broken” immigration system, it worked fine for decades before Biden came along.

The immigration court asylum backlog has increased by more than a third since Trump’s last full fiscal year and would be much worse if Biden’s DHS hadn’t deliberately tanked nearly 92,000 cases in FY 2022.

If Biden cared about the border disaster he created, he’d be working with congressional Republicans to fix it, not sending his press secretary to peddle blatant untruths and deflect the blame for what’s happening.

And yet most in the media continue to spoon-feed the White House line to their audiences.

Plainly, both they and the administration like what’s happening at the border, with millions of illegal entrants already cut loose into the country and thousands more coming every day, just fine.

Andrew Arthur is the Center for Immigration Studies’ resident fellow in law and policy.

Mark Anthony is the author of The Law of the Jungle, the first book in the Jungle Law series. He has an English degree from Brooklyn College &completed an MS in communications from Boston University.

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Israeli Power Company Reports Employee Fatally Struck By Attack From Lebanon

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Israeli Power Company Reports Employee Fatally Struck By Attack From Lebanon

Shalom Abudi, a 56-year-old employee of an Israeli power firm, was murdered by an anti-tank missile strike that came from the other side of the Lebanese border.

The Israel Electric Corporation acknowledged that the event happened in the Dovev area, about half a mile (800 meters) from the border between Lebanon and Israel.

The bombing increased hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah, a militia supported by Iran.

The region has experienced heightened confrontations, especially between Israel and Hezbollah, in the aftermath of Hamas’s October 7 onslaught from the Gaza Strip.

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With the changing needs of carriers in mind, MatSing has made its new 6-beam MBA product set generally available. In order to provide 4×4 MIMO support, greater beam separation, and significant signal gain increase, the high-performing antenna solution is made to deliver the best possible coverage and capacity for 4G LTE and 5G networks.

The whole low- and mid-band spectrum is covered by MatSing’s extensive 6-beam lens antenna portfolio, which supports frequencies from 600 MHz to 4200 MHz. Some of the new Gen II antennas that are perfect for capacity relief and macros are as follows:

For all forms of connection, including 4G LTE and 5G, the new 6-beam panel lens antenna portfolio offers an instant capacity relief alternative with scalability supplied in a highly economical manner. The performance of the 4G LTE networks has to be improved continuously, even as 5G deployments around the world continue to move quickly and are predicted to continue expanding over the next ten years. Carriers’ primary objective continues to be connecting more devices to the network at the same time while improving customer happiness.

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The enhanced coverage and increased capacity that carriers have been requesting are met by the new 6-beam MBA product set. The new Gen II antennas provide the best coverage and capacity option for 4G LTE and 5G networks due to their significant signal gain improvement, improved beam isolation, and support for 4×4 MIMO. These features are in response to the growing need for connection.

The extensive portfolio of 6-beam lens antennas covers all low- and mid-band needs, supporting frequencies from 600 MHz to 4200 MHz. The new antennas are perfect for macros and capacity relief since they offer a scalable, instantaneous solution at a very low cost for all connectivity types, including 4G LTE and 5G.

The ideal coverage and capacity solution for 4G LTE and 5G networks is offered by MatSing’s new 6-beam panel lens antenna portfolio, which is designed to offer significant signal gain enhancement, greater isolation between beams, and support for 4×4 MIMO. With quick capacity relief and scalability offered in a highly economical way for all forms of connection, including 4G LTE and 5G, the new Gen II antennas are perfect for macros and capacity relief.

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Indonesia Receives Almost 200 Rohingya Refugees, Reports Local Official

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Indonesia Receives Almost 200 Rohingya Refugees, Reports Local Official

The largest group of Rohingya refugees to arrive in Indonesia’s westernmost region in months, approximately 200 people, including women and children, did so on Tuesday. The Rohingya, a marginalized ethnic group from Myanmar, frequently embark on risky maritime expeditions, enduring protracted and costly voyages in delicate vessels in an attempt to reach Malaysia or Indonesia.

Local navy commander Andi Susanto claimed that the 196 refugees landed in the Pidie region of Aceh Province, in a remote place.

Some of the evacuees left right away after arriving inland; accounts vary as to how many of the ten or seven who made their way to the neighboring hills sought safety. A representative for the local fishing community, Marfian, surmised that these people might have been middlemen who brought refugees to the area on purpose.

Residents and local authorities helped the refugees by bringing food and drink to those who were left stranded on the shore.

Images sent to AFP showed exhausted refugees—including mothers holding small children—waiting for assistance on the shore. With around 200 Rohingya reported dead or missing during such treacherous sea crossings last year, the UN refugee agency predicts that over 2,000 Rohingya have tried the dangerous trek to Southeast Asian countries in 2022.

There is a pattern to the Rohingya migrants traveling by water to Indonesia, which is followed in this episode. 184 Rohingya refugees were forced to swim ashore after being abandoned at sea before arriving in the town of Peureulak in eastern Aceh in March. The difficulties and dangers Rohingya refugees encounter on their journey to safety and a better life in Southeast Asia are brought to light by their continuous arrival.

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