A whistleblower has come forward to say that Border Patrol agents have gotten official notice that they must get the COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 2021 or face termination. The GOP members on the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to DHS Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas demanding answers about the notice. It raises numerous key points.
First, the letter, which was signed by Republican Congressmen Jim Jordan (Ohio) and Tom McClintock (Calif.), says that Border Patrol has come across 1,263,295 illegals crossing the border since Jan. of 2021. The congressmen pointed out the historic difficulty of hiring Border Patrol agents, citing often dangerous conditions for their work.
Border crossings have now gotten to their highest number in 20 years. The crisis created by Biden’s open border policies came across our screens in real color last week as around 15,000 Haitians congregated under a bridge in Texas. When Mayorkas came on “Fox News Sunday,” we discovered that DHS had let about 12,000 of them go into the interior of the United States to unknown destinations.
During the crisis, President Joe Biden eliminated the power of these agents to navigate the difficult terrain on horseback and promised to “make them pay” after a photo showed up of an agent using long reins to manage his horse with a migrant close to him. VP Kamala Harris echoed the liberal media outcry that the photo appeared to reveal an agent whipping the person. The full video debunked this fake news. But as the lawmaker noted, the White House has given no apology to the agents.
Now, the White House will reportedly lower the amount of agents using a vaccine mandate. These agents have been processing untested migrants for many months now. Many of them were exposed to or tested positive for coronavirus during this time. Dr. Fauci said to Dr. Sanjay Gupta from CNN that he had no answer to why recovered people need to get the vaccines given their natural immunity. Still, the Biden mandate has no exceptions for natural immunity or other medical issues that could preclude a person from taking the covid vaccination. Of course, there is also no religious exemption.
Author: Scott Dowdy