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Biden Agrees With 'Let's Go Brandon'   American Politics

Started 12/31/21 by Ø¿æÜ (Wunderlost); 1758 views.

In the meantime....

Migrant caravan heads to US as key summit begins

Thousands of migrants are headed to the US-Mexican border in a caravan timed to coincide with a meeting of Western Hemisphere leaders in Los Angeles.

Some 6,000 people, including many from Venezuela and Central America, have begun walking from the southern tip of Mexico north as part of a caravan.

Migration is among the top issues on the agenda at the Summit of the Americas. The caravan may be one of the largest in recent years. On Monday, the group began its 1,270 mile (2,000 km) journey to the US from the Mexican city of Tapachula, near the country's border with Guatemala. It is unclear when they will arrive at the northern frontier.

The group's organisers say it is made up of people who are fleeing instability, violence and poverty in their home countries.

Lana (Redneckbab1)

From: Lana (Redneckbab1)


Doctor:  "Sorry, sir, we have no more vaccines for American citizens, we gave them all to illegal immigrants."

Patient: "They took our jabs!"





More than 1.7 million people have been expelled under the policy.

On Friday, Judge Summerhays in Lafayette, Louisiana, ruled that the policy would stay in place while a lawsuit by more than 20 states played out in court.

He backed the states' argument that the Biden administration had failed to follow procedures requiring notification and time to gather public comment on the plans to end the policy.

And the judge also said that states had made the case that they would suffer harm if the restrictions ended.

The White House said it would comply with the ruling, but would also launch an appeal.

Finland has never before had as many asylum seekers as now, figures from the Finnish Migration Agency show. In total, Finland currently has 37,000 asylum seekers. The majority of them, 35,000 people, come from Ukraine, writes Swedish Yle.

In Finland, Ukrainian citizens cannot apply for asylum but for temporary protection.