Well, well, well.
What a massive turnaround DHS Secretary Mayorkas just initiated, clearly at the behest of Biden … at least on the surface.
Mayorkas stunned the world this week by abruptly waiving 26 federal laws … to continue building Trump’s wall.
Needless to say, the Dems obviously descended into histrionics.
As reported by Fox News, right after Mayorkas committed to building the wall, he’s wheeled around and claimed that he isn’t building the wall.
Likely following Biden’s rants.
“I’ll answer one question on the border wall: The border wall – the money was appropriated for the border wall. I tried to get them to reappropriate it, to redirect that money. They didn’t, they wouldn’t. And in the meantime, there’s nothing under the law other than they have to use the money for what it was appropriated. I can’t stop that,” Biden ranted.
Clearly, Biden wants the borders wide open.
Unsurprisingly, Mayorkas began groveling shortly thereafter.
“I want to address today’s reporting relating to a border wall and be absolutely clear … There is no new Administration policy with respect to border walls. From day one, this Administration has made clear that a border wall is not the answer,” Mayorkas claimed.
Yeah, well, the administration also made its commitment to “unity” clear too.
Not exactly what happened.
“That remains our position and our position has never wavered … The language in the Federal Register notice is being taken out of context and it does not signify any change in policy whatsoever,” Mayorkas added forcefully.
Uh huh. Then how can Mayorkas explain what he just wrote a few days ago?
“There is presently an acute and immediate need to construct physical barriers and roads in the vicinity of the border of the United States in order to prevent unlawful entries into the United States in the project areas pursuant to sections 102(a) and 102(b) of [the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996],” Mayorkas proclaimed.
Exactly what else does Mayorkas mean about the “need to construct physical barriers?” A non-wall? A non-physical border? Exactly what is he talking about?
The only thing he is doing is total doublespeak, which is saying one thing than doing another.
Not so coincidentally, George Orwell wrote at length doublespeak in his increasingly relevant 1984.
Which more than one individual noted online.
“This reminds me of a book I read when I was a kid. 1984 by George Orwell, when the agency for Newspeak would change information overnight as if the old policies never existed,” the individual remarked.
It’s almost as if the Biden regime has modeled its leadership after “Big Brother” in the notoriously dystopian novel.
Author: Ofelia Thornton