Elon Musk Reveals Why Biden Won’t Deport Even the Worst Criminals

In the wake of the brutal killing of Augusta University nursing student Laken Riley in Athens, Georgia, last week, Elon Musk, a vocal critic of the Democrats’ handling of the migrant crisis, has doubled down on his scathing criticism of the Biden administration.

Musk’s core argument is that the Democrats are deliberately allowing illegal migrants to pour into the country so that they will vote blue at some point in the future.

He believes that the reluctance to deport those who commit crimes is due to the fear of losing potential voters.

Under President Biden’s watch, nearly 7.3 million migrants have illegally crossed the southwest border, a number greater than the population of 36 individual states.

This staggering figure underscores the magnitude of the issue and the potential consequences for American citizens.

The case of the Ibarra brothers, Diego and Jose Antonio, both of whom entered the U.S. illegally and had a history of criminal activity, exemplifies the problem. Despite being arrested multiple times, they were not deported.

Jose Antonio Ibarra is now charged with crimes including malice murder, murder, and kidnapping in connection to Laken Riley’s death.

Musk’s assertion is that “Dems won’t deport, because every illegal is a highly likely vote at some point.”

He argues that this simple incentive explains what seems to be insane behavior.

Musk further highlighted an incident in Times Square where a gang of illegal migrants viciously beat up two NYPD officers on camera, were initially released with no bail, and still were not deported.

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As a legal immigrant from South Africa, Musk has been a vocal critic of the southern border crisis.

He believes that President Biden has a long-term plan to offer legal status to an estimated 11 million illegal aliens while in office, with the ultimate goal of creating a permanent majority – a one-party state.

The issue extends beyond just security concerns.

The influx of illegal immigrants also affects the balance of power in Congress.

Since congressional representation and electoral votes are based on a simple headcount of all residents, both legal and illegal, Democratic states are gaining an unfair advantage over red states.