Feb 23, 2024
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Biden’s Covert Agreement with Mexico Might Keep Borders Permeable for Extended Period

Biden’s Covert Agreement with Mexico Might Keep Borders Permeable for Extended Period
A reported covert agreement between Presidents Biden and Lopez Obrador aims to manage migration, potentially affecting upcoming elections in both nations.

By yourNEWS Media Staff

Allegations have surfaced of a secret border agreement between Mexico and the United States, purportedly orchestrated to influence electoral outcomes in both countries and potentially leaving the border open for years. This collaboration between Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) and U.S. President Joe Biden is speculated to be driven more by electoral strategy than border security, with a temporary migration slowdown seen as a tactic to secure victories for Biden and AMLO’s Morena party candidate, Claudia Sheinbaum, in their respective 2024 elections.

The reported strategy could inadvertently benefit Mexico’s violent cartels by maintaining a lax security posture, facilitating the continued influx of narcotics into the United States. Both Sheinbaum and AMLO are noted for their lenient approaches to cartel violence and migration policies, raising concerns about the long-term implications for border security and drug trafficking.

Breitbart Texas has highlighted a noticeable decrease in migrant apprehensions along the Texas-Mexico border, attributing the 60 percent drop to discussions between Biden and AMLO and subsequent actions by Mexican authorities to manage migrant movements. This sudden enforcement shift coincides with strategic U.S. measures to expedite asylum case adjudications, mirroring policies previously criticized when implemented by the Trump administration.

This concerted effort to curb illegal migration appears aimed at diminishing immigration as a pivotal electoral issue, following a Harvard CAPS-Harris poll indicating immigration as a primary concern for voters, surpassing even inflation. The potential impact on the electoral decisions of over 12 million U.S.-based Mexican expatriates eligible to vote in Mexico’s presidential election further underscores the political ramifications of the Biden/AMLO border strategy.

Sheinbaum, potentially the first female president of Mexico, advocates for liberal policies and sustainable energy, diverging from her party’s current stance. Despite her polling lead, Mexico’s multi-party electoral system means a victory is not guaranteed, as demonstrated in past elections where presidents won with less than a majority vote.

Amid these developments, public dissatisfaction with AMLO’s government has manifested in nearly 100,000 people protesting in Mexico City, voicing concerns over fair elections, cartel violence, and corruption. Meanwhile, Biden’s immigration policy faces significant disapproval from the American public, with a Monmouth University poll indicating a 76 percent disapproval rating.

This complex scenario suggests that the alleged secret border deal between Biden and AMLO, designed to influence electoral outcomes, could have far-reaching consequences for both nations, impacting not only the upcoming elections but also the broader issues of border security and bilateral relations.