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Elon Musk Exposes Biden’s Border Agenda

Holland McKinnie
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In a recent series of posts on X, formerly known as Twitter, Elon Musk, the outspoken billionaire and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has levied serious accusations against Joe Biden and his administration’s handling of the southern border crisis. Musk’s comments point to a deliberate strategy by the Biden administration to allow illegal immigration for political gain.

Musk, a legal immigrant from South Africa, criticized the Biden administration for its approach to border security, alleging a two-step strategy: “1. Get as many illegals in the country as possible. 2. Legalize them to create a permanent majority — a one-party state.” This accusation is a significant escalation in the ongoing debate over immigration policy and the federal government’s role in managing the nation’s borders.

Statistics from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) underscore Musk’s concern, showing a stark increase in the number of illegal immigrants on the non-detained docket, rising from 3.7 million in FY 2021 to nearly 6.2 million in FY 2023. These figures, alongside Musk’s pointed commentary, paint a picture of a border policy in disarray.

Musk’s criticism extends beyond immigration statistics, targeting the Biden administration’s broader approach to law and order. He cites instances in New York where migrants accused of assaulting police officers were released without bail and not deported, questioning the efficacy of the criminal justice system under current policies. This sentiment resonates with the frustration felt by many Americans over what they perceive as a failure in upholding law and order.

The billionaire’s comments on X also bring to light the Biden administration’s alleged efforts to use federal agencies to silence or punish political opponents. According to Liz Peek’s op-ed in The Hill, the White House is seen as using its power to target Musk, who has been critical of Biden and an advocate for free speech. The op-ed details investigations and regulatory actions against Musk’s business ventures, painting a picture of a vindictive administration more focused on silencing dissent than governing effectively.

Musk’s assertion that the influx of illegal immigrants could be used for ballot harvesting in future elections adds another layer of controversy to an already heated topic. This claim ties into broader concerns among conservatives about election integrity and the influence of illegal immigration on the electoral process.


The House Republicans’ move to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his handling of the border crisis further amplifies the seriousness of the situation. Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) accused the Biden administration of creating a “catastrophe” at the border, an opinion echoed by Musk and many conservative commentators.

In response to Musk’s allegations and the ongoing border crisis, the Biden administration maintains its position, with the president stating he has done “all I can do” with his executive authority to secure the border. This statement, however, contrasts sharply with the growing perception among conservatives that the administration is either unwilling or unable to manage the border and immigration policy effectively.

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