AOL News reports that Beto O'Rourke, who is engaged in a long shot campaign to replace Texas' far right anti-immigrants governor Gregg Abbott, has criticized President Joe Biden for not moving fast enough to reverse the immigration policies that Donald Trump and Stephen Miller out though in support of their white supremacist immigration agenda. A chief target of O-'Rourke's criticism is Biden's continuing use of Title 42 to turn back asylum seekers at the Mexican-US border on what were obviously "Trumped-up" health grounds used as a cover for an obvious political move. See:

https://www.aol.com/news/texas-governor-hopeful-beto-orourke-163726366-215911707.html

If Biden doesn't move seriously to carry out his promises to restore racial equality, justice and human rights t our immigration system, the Democrats could lose a large part of their pro-immigrant base in the 2022 and 2024 elections, resulting a fascist dictatorship led by Trump or one of his GOP supporters.

The danger of fascism in America, brought on either through an ostensibly democratic election distorted and corrupted by Republican voter suppression laws in numerous states, or by a violent insurrection such as the January 6 attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters; or the appalling refusal of all but two Republican Representatives in the House to vote to censure Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz) for posting a video suggesting a violent attack against progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)

see Max Boot's November 22 Washington Post article:

Republicans are fomenting a violent insurgency in America

can no longer be ignored. And stoking fear and hatred against brown and black immigrants is at the heart of the Republican party's appeal to its white voter base, as we have been seeing most recently with the GOP fixation on the so-called Trumped-up "Border Crisis", consisting mainly of deepreate Haitian and Central American refugees attempting to assert their right to seek asylum under both US law and international Human Rights law.


To be continued.

Roger Algase
Attorney at Law