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Musk says Biden opened the border so Democrats can win elections with votes from legalized immigrants

He wants "to create a permanent majority: a one-party state," the magnate warned.

Elon Musk.

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Billionaire businessman Elon Musk criticized President Joe Biden's strategy to secure the southern border, accusing him of intentionally allowing millions of people to enter illegally to ensure Democrats remain in power.

Musk used his social media to share a published 2021 news headline that stated that Biden intended to focus on the naturalization of approximately 11 million immigrants. In the same publication, the magnate indicated that, in reality, the president has a relatively simple strategy that is based on allowing the entry of "as many illegal immigrants as possible" with the aim of legalizing them and thus, when they become citizens, creating a majority of voters that favors the Democratic party.

"Biden's strategy is very simple: 1. Get as many illegals into the country as possible. 2. Legalize them to create a permanent majority: a one-party state. That's why they are encouraging so much illegal immigration. Simple but effective," said Musk.

Musk also expressed frustration over recent incidents with immigrants and how there seem to be no consequences for those who commit crimes.

"You can literally assault police officers in broad daylight in New York, be released with no bail, give everyone the finger and still not be deported! Outrageous," he expressed, highlighting that for this administration each deportation is considered a lost vote.

Likewise, he insisted that Biden's policies are leading to the loss of the privilege of being an American citizen. "Illegals in America can get bank loans, mortgages, insurance, driver's licenses, free healthcare (California and New York) and in-state college tuition. What's the point of being a citizen if an illegal gets all the benefits, but doesn't pay taxes or do jury duty?" he questioned.

Musk continued to express criticism and shared a post stating that the Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, has made clear that illegal presence alone is not a sufficient reason to deport someone, and neither are criminal charges, convictions, or gang membership.

"You basically have to be a convicted axe murderer to be deported! That's because every deportation is a lost vote," he insisted.

The border crisis figures

Since Biden became president, more than 8.3 million illegal crossings have been recorded nationwide, with more than 7 million of these on the southern border. These data reveal that more encounters have been experienced under the current administration than during the three previous presidential terms combined.

In addition, it has been determined that 1.7 million people who entered the country illegally managed to evade the surveillance of the United States Border Patrol. Under the Biden Administration, 361 individuals on the terrorist watch list have also been detained attempting to cross the southern border.