Majority of Democrats Deny Border Crisis

More than 7 million illegal aliens have been apprehended crossing into America since Joe Biden took the oath of office. Yet according to a Gallup poll published on July 14, 83 percent of Democrats deny there is a border crisis. Thirty-five out of the 50 states do not even have 7 million people living in them, yet a supermajority of Democrats does not think an influx of 7 million unvetted migrants constitutes a national crisis.

Demographic shift: One Yale University study estimated that there were between 16 million and 29 million illegal aliens in the United States before Biden took office. And it looks like the current administration wants to add millions more.

Many analysts think demographic shifts caused by unlawful immigration could turn Texas into a Democratic stronghold by the 2024 presidential election. That would mean no Republican would ever win a future presidential election. Democrats would be able to transform the U.S. into a socialist state simply by nixing voter ID laws.

Communist plot: Trevor Loudon, a New Zealand author and communism expert, told the Epoch Times in 2019 that communism is behind this push for open borders.

This is an orchestrated Communist assault on America, to destroy America’s borders, to create confusion in America, to overwhelm the system politically. You can see what 15, 16, 20, 25 million new Democratic voters are going to do to this country. You will lose Texas; you’ll lose Florida; you will lose Georgia, Arizona and North Carolina. There will never be, ever, another Republican or conservative president in our lifetimes. You will have a one-party state in America. And that is the plan. That is why they are doing this.

Foreign invasion: In The United States and Britain in Prophecy, the late Herbert W. Armstrong showed how the English-speaking peoples who settled in the U.S. and Britain descended from the ancient Israelite tribes of Manasseh and Ephraim. This means end-time Bible prophecies about Manasseh and Ephraim are directed at the U.S. and Britain.

One particular prophecy in Hosea 7:8-12 says, “Ephraim allows himself to be mixed up with foreigners … Foreigners eat away his strength, unknown to him” (Moffatt translation). Hosea often refers to the northern 10 tribes of Israel that split away from the kingdom of Judah, as “Ephraim,” the most prominent tribe, and “Samaria,” the capital. Yet the prophecies of Hosea were spoken to Ephraim and Manasseh jointly, at a time when both tribes were ruled by King Jeroboam ii and his successors. “Ephraim allows himself to be mixed up with foreigners” is referring to foreign immigrants devouring Israel’s strength while a large portion of the nation is oblivious to the crisis.

Learn more: Read “Joe Biden’s Border Catastrophe.”