BREAKING: Biden Made A “Frightening Decision” That Jeopardizes The “Health And Safety” Of Americans, According To A Group Of Four Democrats

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U.S. Senator Joe Manchin, who is a renowned moderate Democrat known for his recent political stunts and who is representing the state of West Virginia, is now enraged by the current President, Joe Biden’s most recent decision to challenge and take on Title 42.

In which during the climax of the coronavirus outbreak, former President Donald Trump’s administration and authorities announced Title 42, which allowed for fast and effective deportation strategy of unauthorized migrants staying inside the country.

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“Today’s pronouncement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Biden Administration is a terrifying choice,” it has been said.

“Title 42 has shown to be a critical instrument in combating the spread of COVID-19 and containing the migrant surge at our southern border. This year has already seen an unprecedented influx of migrants, and if the Administration abandons the Title 42 policy, things will only get worse. We’re not even close to being ready to deal with the onslaught. Title 42 must remain in place until we have comprehensive, bipartisan immigration reform that commits to protecting our borders and provides a road to citizenship for qualified immigrants.”

Previously in which during this week, the west Virginian senator asked, pressured, and urged Director Rochelle Walensky of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to further extend or even renew Title 42.

“Migrant interactions hit an all-time high of 1.7 million persons in Fiscal Year (FY) 2021. That’s four times more than the previous year’s 400,000 encounters, and we’re on track to break the record again this year. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) has had more than 838,000 migrant interactions in the first five months of FY22, according to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). “Unfortunately, those numbers are only projected to rise throughout the next spring and summer months owing to yearly migration trends,” the senator and lawmaker from West Virginia stated in a reported statement given earlier this week.

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“The current Order under Title 42 suspending the right to introduce certain persons into the United States has been an important tool in combatting the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. With encounters along our southern border surging and the highly-transmissible Omicron BA.2 subvariant emerging as the dominate strain in the United States, now is not the time to throw caution to the wind. I urge you to again renew this commonsense policy that has been in effect—under both Republican and Democratic Administrations—since March 2020,” stated the West Virginia senator.

U.S. senator Kyrsten Sinema who is an American politician currently serving as the senior United States senator from Arizona since January 2019 and a fellow Democrat, decided to join Joe Manchin in warning that it would put her people’ “health and safety” in great danger.

“Ending Title 42 prematurely without a detailed, realistic strategy will jeopardize the health and safety of Arizona communities and migrants.” “Today’s announcement of the termination of Title 42 despite the lack of a comprehensive strategy demonstrates a lack of understanding about the issue at our border,” she stated while urgently giving a warning.

The already strongly united senators were also gaining more support and where now being backed by Arizona Senator Mark Kelly, who is also a fellow Democrat, who issued a similar warning. “This is a bad decision.” Ending Title 42 without a strategy and cooperation in place to maintain a secure, orderly, and humane border procedure is unacceptable, according to the senator.

“It’s evident from my repeated travels to Arizona’s southern border and talks with law enforcement, community leaders, mayors, and non-profits that this administration’s lack of a strategy to deal with this problem will further burden our border towns,” The Arizona senator added in a reported statement also issued earlier this week.

Senator Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, a Democrat, also spoke out against President Joe Biden’s unprecedented decision.

“Ending Title 42 prematurely would almost certainly result in a migratory influx for which the administration appears unprepared,” the other senator reportedly warned. “I’ll maintain pressing the administration to tighten border security,” she decided to add.

“I’m looking forward to hearing firsthand from border officers on my forthcoming trip to the border.” But these efforts issued by the senators were in vain, as now the CDC director has announced on Friday that Title 42 will be pulled out.

“I thus decide that the risk of additional introduction, transfer, or dissemination of Covid-19 into the United States from covered noncitizens, as described in the August order, has passed,” she noted.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) now ending the strategy established under former President Donald Trump and called for the quick deportation of those individuals already in the country.

The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement to Newsweek that it “conducted a thorough review of the July 2019 expedited removal designation,” and that it “was consistent with the Department’s need to prioritize its limited enforcement resources… by using expedited removal as a border enforcement tool for certain recent entrants.”

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