There has been a plethora of commentary and controversy regarding the Biden administration and its handling of the Cuban immigration crisis. The administration’s treatment of the situation, which has has thousands of protesters swam the streets of the Capitol and was referred to by the former mayor of Miami as “almost criminal“, has not escaped the ire of commentator and best-selling author Dinesh D’Souza.
In a video on the matter that D’Souza recently posted, he took the administration to task, outlining in particular its treatment of political prisoners. D’Souza stated that”… for the US government to send these people back is to send them probably to the risk of detention, torture, perhaps even death. So the Biden people they’re, they’re doing this knowingly. Remember too that we have refugee laws that qualify people to come as political refugees and the Cuban case couldn’t be more clear cut.“
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D’Souza also repeats a point made by the aforementioned former mayor of Miami, Carlos Gimenez , when he says that in addition to not allowing “eligible refugees” into the country, hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants are crossing the Mexico border into America. While the term “hypocrisy” is oft-overused in the sphere of political discourse, there are times when the situation requires it be used. This does seem to be a fairly fully-fleshed example of political hypocrisy on the part of the administration at its boldest and most defiant.
It is the Communist sentiment within Cuba that has been the spark that set off this wildfire of a crisis which has already seen one Cuban activist, Dr. Orlando Gutierrez-Boronat, ask Biden to “protect the Cuban people from a bloodbath“, and of whom Biden himself referred to as a “failed state“, while also referring to the idea of communism as a “universally failed system”. It seems incumbent on the American people to urge President Biden and his administration to pick a side on this issue, stick to and, and most importantly, act on it,