Mayorkas Says Biden’s New Border Rules Leave Many Open Gaps

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“This is about governing,” border chief Alejandro Mayorkas told a pro-migration university lawyer who objected to the administration’s new curbs on unpopular border migration.

Mayorkas outlined the many exceptions and loopholes in the promised curbs, and he urged progressives to manage their own ambitions:

 It is about taking one’s ideals, taking one’s ambitions, in seeking to realize those ideals, and meeting the moment, the reality with that we confront … How do you propose that we handle 8,000 people each day when we are not [funded by Congress] for that?

“We’ve done so much and we have so much more to do that we will do,” the Cuban-born Mayorkas said during the March 15 interview with Ahilan Arulanantham, a former ACLU lawyer who now runs the Center for Immigration Law and Policy at the UCLA School of Law.

Pro-migration progressives want even more migration in 2023 and 2024, regardless of the damage to Americans.

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