Release | Biden’s Still-open Door and What Xi is Bringing Through It



For Immediate Release
June 7, 2024

Matthew Franklin, [email protected]

Biden’s Still-open Door
and What Xi is Bringing Through It

President Biden’s reelection campaign is promoting his leadership in securing the United States’ southern border with Mexico by trumpeting a new Executive Order (E.O.) that ostensibly will help do that. Unfortunately for this country – and presumably for his electoral prospects – the harm done to date by Biden administration’s concerted facilitation of illegal immigration is so vast that even if the new initiative were an important corrective, it would make little difference. Worse yet, this initiative is transparently an eleventh-hour political make-over that will actually perpetuate, rather than meaningfully ameliorate, the invasion of America since January 2021.

After all, the Biden E.O. allows a further 2,500 illegal aliens into the U.S. per day, provided they use the CPB1 application to apply for admission. That would translate into the authorized entry here of at least a further million aliens seeking asylum each year.

By keeping the border open in this fashion, moreover, the opportunity will remain for two especially unwelcome imports from Communist China: deadly fentanyl and large numbers of unaccompanied, fit and fighting-age males, many of whom are believed to be soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

Donald Trump spoke yesterday about an agreement that he had reached during his presidency with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping that would have given the death penalty for those in China trafficking fentanyl.  Whether that would have been implemented – or, like other commitments by Xi concerning cutting off the supply of fentanyl, it would have gone completely unfulfilled – will never be known for certain. What is clear, however, is that the Chinese Communist Party continues to use this lethal drug to wage what amounts to chemical warfare against us, costing by some estimates the lives of 100,000 Americans per year – and profiting handsomely from doing so.

Meanwhile, the number of seeming PLA special forces and other military personnel being admitted into the United States continues to grow. Here again, it is difficult to ascertain for sure the magnitude of the problem but there appear now to be several divisions-worth present with their locations unknown, but presumably across the country, and capable of performing a variety of deadly and otherwise disruptive and destructive missions.

This week’s Committee on the Present Danger: China (CPDC) webinar,  “Biden’s Still-open Door and What Xi is Bringing Through It,” from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. ET today, Friday, June 7, will assess the actual state of U.S. border insecurity and interior enforcement of immigration laws and the extent to which serious shortcomings are being exploited by our mortal enemy, the Chinese Communist Party. We will also assess the sorts of corrective actions that are available and the impediments to their implementation.

Register for today’s webinar at

WHAT: A CPDC webinar | “Biden’s Still-open Door and What Xi is Bringing Through It”

WHEN: 11:30 am to 12:45 pm ET, Friday, June 7, 2024


Moderator: Frank Gaffney, Founder and Executive Chairman, Center for Security Policy; Vice Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China


Ben Bergquam, Correspondent for Real America’s Voice and host of the network’s “Law and Border” program – Topic: “What Border? The Cumulative Impact of Team Biden’s Open-Door Policies and Its Latest Immigration Gambit”
Col. Grant Newsham, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), Former Military Attaché, Embassy Tokyo; former Foreign Service Officer; East Asia-based entrepreneur; author, “When China Attacks” – Topic: “CCP Doctrine in Practice: Exploiting America’s Border Insecurity”
Lieutenant Colonel Tommy Waller, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), Former Commanding Officer, the Marines’ only Reserve Force Reconnaissance Company; President and CEO of the Center for Security Policy (CSP, 2023, CSP Director of Infrastructure Security until 2021 – Topic: “The Chinese and Other Threats to the U.S. Water Supply and the Rest of Our Critical Infrastructure – and What We Can Do About It”
Hon. Robert Charles, Former Assistant Secretary of State for Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs; former Senior congressional oversight investigator; former congressional White House counsel during the Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations; Spokesman, Association of Mature American Citizens – Topic: “Fentanyl: The CCP’s Weapon of Mass Destruction in America”

HOW: Register for today’s webinar at



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