John Rose: Biden’s policies on immigration and securing the border are failing | Opinion

Eleven months into President Biden’s conflict he declared this power.

Since President Biden came to power, we have faced post-conflict crisis – Afghanistan crisis, inflation, COVID-19 nuclear death toll, unstoppable disaster on the country’s southern border fought, to restore law and order. carry on.

According to data from the US Customs and Excise Department, our country faces the highest number of illegal immigration attempts in 21 years. 1.7 million undocumented immigrants were arrested while attempting to enter the United States from October 2020 to September. 2021, a significant increase compared. to 400,000 undocumented immigrants arrested during the same period last year.

I have visited our southern border twice now. It is a great tragedy in every aspect – humanitarian, national security, and economic. And to add insult to injury, the consequences of meningitis, and a catastrophic public health disaster.

Further: Biden government fails to create justice and fairness | Na’ura

Vaccination is ordered for citizens, but not for those who cross the border illegally
Commander Biden’s approach to COVID-19 is nothing but a political show. And, the border control system proves that.

Visitors leave Huixtla, Chiapas, Mexico, October. The Biden administration has agreed with Mexico to reinstate Trump’s border policy next week that has forced asylum seekers to stay in Mexico to hear the case in the U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. officials said Thursday.
While the government implements strict immunization orders for federal government employees, federal contract workers, health care workers, and any 100 private sector professionals, one order does not apply to passers-by. to the south end, let’s try to be just logical.

Under the current Biden government police, there is no immunization requirement for undocumented immigrants pouring into our country since Trump’s “stay in Mexico” policy was suspended in January. Currently, hard-working Americans face the risk of losing their jobs unless they are vaccinated.

Hear More Tennessee Things: Receive a weekly thought-provoking letter for thoughtful and thoughtful pillars.

On Sept. 20, when White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the second step, he said undocumented immigrants do not need to submit because they “have no intention of living.” Another hogwash. We know, in extreme cases, that the manufacturer’s idea of ​​COVID-19 will not prevent this virus from infecting anyone who may be exposed to it.

While President Biden accused Americans of increasing COVID cases, he refused to call the number of undocumented immigrants from COVID sites worldwide, contributing to the proliferation of new types of protein. .

Sign up for the Voice of Latino Tennessee letter: Read interesting news for and with the Latino community in Tennessee.

Sign up for Black Tennessee Voices news: Read an interesting story about Black writers from across Tennessee.

Coming omicron variants
Note the new variant of the coronavirus, omicron, which is the first report in South Africa, and has spread worldwide. Omicron is now the largest COVID variant in the United States

According to Reuters news agency, even with the proliferation of new diversity, and, despite silence, Biden government officials warned, the influx of undocumented migrants continues to travel illegally.

John Rose was elected to Congress from Tennessee’s sixth district in 2018
Biden’s program to fight coronavirus has long been in the hands of the American people. So, he implemented a road trip from tires. Both practices violate our rights and our quality of life as Americans. In addition, we believe the Biden government has chosen to put the interests of undocumented immigrants ahead of the interests of the American people and must stop.

As the border crisis continues, we need to understand the policies. This country belongs to the American people. The health and safety of American citizens should come first to our president.

Strong moral measures are needed to protect the United States and its citizens. That is why I continue to call on President Biden to speak out about the historical catastrophe he himself has played and to play a role in allowing the flow of crime into this country through the implementation of the existing laws. We must protect the United States by protecting our borders.

Gun violence in Memphis did not subside in the early hours of Christmas and Christmas Eve. Memphis Police say a 12-year-old boy has been shot dead in Orange Mound.

The boy was shot in the 1000 Block of Haynes Street. Police arrived at the scene around 2:26 a.m., and the boy was taken to Methodist LeBonheur where he was pronounced dead, police said.

More: With less than a week to go in 2021, Memphis surpasses the 2020 murder record

Further: It is unfortunate that so many children have been killed in Memphis, we have to deal with grief with school | Nature

The boy was among four people killed in three separate shootings over the past six hours on Friday and Saturday, according to police. A man shot at 3300 Block of Steve Road on Friday night, north of Interstate 240 and in the Cherokee neighborhood. ‘Police say he died in Regional One.

More: What to say about gun control and gun violence in Memphis at the Dolph Youth Festival

More: After two young men were killed in Whitehaven, one community asked what could be done

Two people were killed near Interstate 40 and Chelsea Avenue early Saturday morning, according to police. Another sister was injured and was taken to a Methodist high school, police said.

Elliot Schwab spent most of his life at the A. Schwab store on Beale Street.

His grandfather, Abraham Joseph Schwab, opened a shop in 1876 and his grandparents owned and operated it as he grew up. When Elliot Schwab was 14, it was extended to the subscription period. He finished high school and started full time the next day.

“I see the store, all the time,” Schwab said. “And I know a little bit about what’s going on, and then when I finish high school, I come to work here. Everything I do now I do, except soda.”

In 1911, the store moved to what is now Beale Street and, in 1924, it expanded with the next building. No transfers to expand or relocate since.

Elliot Schwab manages soda in A. Schwab, Thursday, December 16, 2021, in Memphis, TN.
“After that, we just stopped,” Schwab laughed about the final take. “Apparently, ‘I’m too tired to move. I don’t want to do that. It’s very stressful.”

Now, decades ago and with new owners, Schwab is still in the store, working after a soda attack was introduced when the Schwab family sold the business in 2011 to Terry Corona Saunders group, Tommy Late Peters , by Posey Cochrane.

“I didn’t want to sell, but I finally said,‘ Ok, that kills me, ’Schwab said of the decision. “Well, if I sell, I can feel the tension subside.

Change takes on the meaning of Schwab’s existence, the next step in the evolution of a department store that failed in part because of the family’s desire to accept the change.

In 1924, the building remained the same as it is today, with wooden floors and suitcases scattered throughout the ground. But while today the bowl is more popular in Memphis Memorebilia, such as Elvis matchbooks and Beale Street T-shirts, A. Schwab started out as a men’s clothing brand before reverting to retail clothing. For a long time, the Schwab family has been selling casual clothes, furniture and accessories.

Until the 1960s, the A. Schwab grocery store was unparalleled, especially on Beale Street. In fact, there is a shop on the street selling the same products.

A. Schwab’s on Beale Street Sunday, July 12, 2020.
“People are going to buy something below us, give it back to us, think we own it,” Schwab said. “The same store, the same counter, the same table, the same stairs. That’s it.”

In the mid-1960s, the Memphis Housing Authority launched a city redevelopment project aimed at transforming Beale Street, then a resilient area, into a tourist park. The plan includes diversion of major road sections and other businesses.

The Schwab family owns the homes directly, so they can remain open even though the city is trying to get them to sell. For relatives, the sale would have meant placing the last nail in the Beale Street box.

In 1979, there were three shops on Beale Street: Schwab, grocery store and department store.

“The city came here just to destroy the buildings,” Schwab said. “They take the roof off of them and let them see what’s going on, to let the atmosphere dominate the buildings. We’re here, we’re going to hear the buildings collapse.

It was at this time that the relatives began to look at the history of the street and street shop.

“The first thing I heard was,“ What is store history? ‘”said Schwab.” Then my father said,’ Well, this is it. But we do not know much about family history. ”

Schwab’s father started working on the family tree, and for the first time Schwab began learning about his grandfather and the beginning of the store. The family placed the museum building on the second floor, walking every historic customer, and posted some pictures in the store showing it.

Schwab also learned more about past value by selling men’s equipment. In the 1960s and 1970s, you always felt like they were selling anything that everyone wanted.

loads of goods filled one room at A. Schwab, Thursday, December 16, 2021, in Memphis, TN.
“Photo of Walmart,” Schwab said. “We have mojo, shoes, shoes for kids up to adulthood, we have women’s handbags, we have jewelry, candy, scarves, linen, we have church, lace, clothes, we have a little but not as much as we have. it is not. today.”

Even today, Schwab can still show where everything is. The summer solstice team now has men’s and women’s equipment, hats and non-alcoholic beverages. The Balcony operates as a commercial unit. There are stairs in the women’s section, music, books, furniture, home furnishings, sanitation and cooking.

Stay tuned for the latest news from around the world.
What you get with your account:
Sign up for free stuff every month
View and comment on items
Get the Daily News Summary in your inbox
Create a Free Account
The family, as well as the grocery store, survived the 60s and 70s, and in the 1980s, the city began to launch an effort to help Beale Street succeed. A. Schwab began to do well. And they started selling more targeted products to travelers than regular Memphians.

According to Schwab, most people who would have bought A. Schwab before their conversion to Islam in the market have died since then, but also sometimes see an old customer, ask where our shoes are, emphasizing that they always get them. by A. Schwab.

“We haven’t had home shoes in 30 years,” Schwab said while laughing.

But what happens is the son of an old customer comes into the store.

A. Schwab’s on Beale Street Sunday, July 12, 2020.
“I have some people come in who say they bought it with their mother here and now they are bringing their grandchildren,” Schwab said. “And it looks like, ‘OK.’ And, I know I’m old, we’re old! ”

In 2020, when the COVID-19 virus struck and stopped building orders, Schwab identified the empty Memphis street as a nightmare, but did not worry about store life. After all, you understand the historical facts once in a lifetime.

“When the closure happened last year, I was talking to the manager and my landlord and we were discussing, how to understand that,” Schwab said. “I said first, we will understand this. We must change, everyone is struggling, but we are moving forward. And that is what we are doing. ’68, World War II, World War I, Korea, Vietnam , plague 1918.

One of A. Schwab’s main attractions is soda and ice cream, Thursday, December. 16, 2021, in Memphis, TN.
Today, A. Schwab is Beale Street the main commercial street.

Over the past few months, while trying to get into the grocery store, Schwab thought about the stories and lessons he used to hear his father and grandfather talk about running a business at the time. Great Crisis. The store must be creative with what they can and cannot get. Finding something electronic is still difficult for them.