“This policy has quickened the time it takes to accept with Chinese illegals — this does not make America safer.”
He also noted that “dangerous Chinese illegals will still be released into the U.S.”
Carrell rightly criticized the government’s approach as an attempt to cover their tracks while inadequately addressing the potential threat posed by Chinese soldiers and spies entering the country. The government seems to want to identify these individuals while still allowing the flow of illegal aliens and Chinese nationals, a strategy that Carrell finds flawed and ineffective.
The situation becomes even more concerning when we consider China’s actions on the global stage. They have shown themselves to be unfriendly to the United States, with increasing belligerence under Chairman Xi’s leadership. China has been conducting surveillance activities over the United States, including flying spy balloons over strategic installations, yet the Biden Administration has taken no substantial action in response.
While China may not currently have the military capacity to strike directly at the United States, their actions, including the balloon overflights and espionage, are indicative of their strategic intelligence gathering. It is important to consider the potential threat that China poses, especially with Chinese nationals, many of them young men, crossing the southern border with unknown intentions.
Fast-tracking the entry of these individuals without proper vetting is a risky approach that could compromise national security. It is essential that the Biden Administration takes a more prudent and cautious stance when dealing with Chinese nationals entering the United States through our borders. The potential consequences of mishandling this situation could be severe, and we should not underestimate the capabilities and intentions of China in safeguarding our national security.