Former White House Chief Advisor Steve Bannon has issued a strong warning that the American people are in for a bad winter. He also says it’s time to prepare. Bannon gave a warning that The Economics expert has given a new issue of their journal with the headline “The Shortage Economy” during a segment on his “War Room Podcast.” It’s a “tip sheet” for the elites, according to Bannon, and the United States must also take it seriously. If even mainline sources like the Economist are trying to predict doom, he believes it is time for Americans to prepare and get ready.
America will face a “convergence of forces” this winter -Steve Bannon warns
“What is the headline in the venerable Economist? The Economy of Insufficiency. America must prepare… Prepare for the darkest, bleakest Christmas in recent memory… “This isn’t a runaway inflation,” Bannon explained. “We’re about to enter a new phase. It’s all due to the convergence of forces. Recollect, elections have consequences, and illegal elections can be ruinous,” he added. “This is why we’re currently in dangerous territory. Biden’s financial and political stimulus is the most risky thing the United States has ever done. And you know who’ll pay for it: the workers… I’m telling you, it’s going to hit hard this Christmas, and it’s going to be hitting like nobody’s business. And no one else in the media will tell you this,” he continued.
“This Is Heading to Become the Bleakest, Darkest Christmas in Memory,” says Steve Bannon
“This Is Heading to Become the Bleakest, Darkest Christmas in Memory,” says Steve Bannon. A huge collection of leaked documents revealed earlier last week that the Biden administration had also published tens of thousands of migrants who entered the country illegally and are now doing very little to track their current location.
Furthermore, according to an exclusive news report, the administration is using migrant parole authority broadly — and some experts say improperly — to justify making up to 30,000 of them eligible for work permits since August. “The documents provide a glimpse into how the Biden government has been releasing massive numbers of migrants into the United States, often with little to no oversight, supervision, or immediate threat of deportation,” according to the news.
What did Bill Melugin say?
“According to Border Agents information obtained by a source, the federal government has released over 70,000 illegal immigrants into the United States since August 6, including 31,977 published via parole,” said Bill Melugin, a network correspondent (temp legal status, eligible for work permits). “Since March 20, 94,570 people have been released via NTR. Under federal law, noncitizens are only granted parole for “urgent humanitarian reasons” or “significant public benefit” on a case-by-case basis. Former US BP Executive officer Rodney Scott says that as a sector chief, he only granted 5-10 annually. In two months, Biden’s admin racked up 31,977 votes,” Melugin added.
“DHS refused to provide us with a formal response or comment, rather making reference to CBP. The numbers were not disputed by a CBP official, who gave us this statement. Nobody responded to my question about why so many parolees are now being awarded, or why single adults without ATD are being released,” he continued.
At least 94,570 unlawful immigrants have already been launched into the United States with Notices to Report since March 20. Those who started receiving such notice need only check-in as an ICE headquarters when they arrive at their final destination, which can be anywhere in the United States. Those who check in really aren’t deported or held in detention while their immigration cases are being processed. Meanwhile, the administration had also released approximately 32,000 immigrants into the United States via parole since August 6th, giving them a legal standing as well as the ability to utilise work permits.
According to federal law, parole authority can only be used for “urgent humanitarian purposes” and “significant public benefit” on a case-by-case basis
According to federal law, parole authority can only be used for “urgent humanitarian purposes” and “significant public benefit” on a case-by-case basis. Officials typically grant only a few cases of parole, but still, the Biden administration has used it more broadly, including in the parole of tens of thousands of Afghans into the US as part of Operation Allies Welcome.
“A parole shall only be awarded on a case-by-case basic principle but only for considerable humanitarian purposes or significant public benefit, according to law and regulation.” “Neither of these necessarily apply to the present situation,” he said, contributing that a large number of paroles calls the entire review process into question. According to federal law, parole authority must be used on a case-by-case basis. “I don’t think I ever authorised more than 5 or 10 paroles in a year as a field chief,” he added. “When I did that, I made sure the alien was constantly monitored and held in custody or removed immediately as the circumstances permitted.”