by Kelen McBreen

Cubans fleeing a communist collapse denied entry while southern border remains open

The Biden administration announced on Tuesday that any refugees fleeing the communist country of Cuba will be turned away from the U.S. if they try to enter.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said during a press conference, “If you take to the sea, you will not come to the United States. The time is never right to attempt migration by sea. To those who risk their lives doing so, this risk is not worth taking. Again, I repeat… Do not risk your life attempting to enter the United States illegally. You will not come to the United States.”

At the same time as Cubans wishing to escape their collapsing homeland are being told to stay away from America, a Soros-funded group called Refugees International is asking the Biden administration to bring in “millions of refugees” fleeing the “effects of a changing climate.”

The group’s report was specifically asked for by the Biden administration in Section 6 (Climate Change and Migration) of Executive Order 14013 (February 4, 2021) titled, “Rebuilding and Enhancing Programs to Resettle Refugees and Planning for the Impact of Climate Change on Migration.”

Explaining how climate change will allegedly force tens of millions of people to migrate from their homelands, the Biden task force report says America will have to step up and help.

“The United States has a special responsibility to lead on issues of climate change, migration, and displacement,” the Soros organization states. “And projections of climate-related migration are sobering, they are not beyond the capacity of governments and the international community to address effectively and humanely.”

The task force’s co-chair and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Eric Schwartz said on Wednesday, “The magnitude and scope of the climate crisis demands dramatic policy measures, including historic increases in U.S. support for disaster risk reduction and climate adaptation and new protections for refugees and others who will be on the move. The challenge is daunting, but not beyond our collective capacity—the issue will be our will to act.”

The report calls for the Biden administration to pledge billions more dollars towards fighting climate change and for the definitions of “refugees” to be altered so those fleeing disasters blamed on “climate change” will be allowed into America.

Under a section labeled, “Planned Relocation,” the task force calls for “the strengthening of support to planned relocation efforts within the United States.”

To sum things up, the announcement that Cuban refugees will be denied entry to the U.S. comes as a Biden-appointed Soros group is pushing for millions of climate refugees to illegaly flood the country and the southern border is open for thousands of illegals to flow into America every day.