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Biden diverts $2 Billion US health funds to migrants,

Biden diverts $2 Billion US health funds to migrants,
The Biden regime has diverted over $2 Billion of funds from health care of Americans to fund transporting illegal alien migrants to relatives in the US.  The money includes $850 million intended for Covid-19 testing and $850 million appropriated to replenish emergency medical funds that had been depleted by Covid expenses.  Instead, Biden will use the money for plane and bus tickets to send illegal alien  migrants to relatives across America.

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( May 22nd, 2021 @ 12:24 pm )
A recent French poll shows that the French do not want any more immigrants or "refugees". The poll by the respected polling firm Ifop found that 64% of French adults were opposed to admitting any "refugees" because of the danger of terrorism and that 71% wanted to stop all immigration because they feel that France is "full". It is likely that there are similar sentiments in our country.
( May 19th, 2021 @ 11:03 am )
I wonder how much of that massive sum of "dark money" that went to help Biden came from the Mexican crime cartels. They are certainly profiting bigly from Biden policies in their human smuggling operations. The Biden regime is transporting the migrants they smuggle on to their final destinations.

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