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Former White House official Keith Boykin said that while Harris chose to be Biden’s vice president, she is in jeopardy of being dragged down by him because the White House lacks a black agenda.

“I think she’s in a bad, bad position,” he said. “I don’t think it’s just a question of messaging. She’s working for an administration that is not aggressively pushing a pro-black agenda, and I don’t think she’s going to be very successful in 2024 or 2028 and in reaching out to black voters if she’s tied to a Biden administration that is incapable of accomplishing anything for black people,” he added.

The comments about Harris’s situation come as polls show her in something of a revival.

Even 2024 betting pools show a surge. Betting aggregator US-Bookies.com, for example, gives Harris the best chance if Biden doesn’t run in 2024. “Though Harris has the best odds to win the next presidential election, Biden is still the favorite to be the Democratic nominee,” said a US-Bookies spokesperson, adding, “This suggests that the odds show more confidence in Harris beating the Republican candidate than they do in Biden.”

But some liberal pollsters are urging a pause. “I think this talk about Harris rising is hand-in-hand with the buzz about Biden’s mental acuity. The Harris talk must be entirely inside the Beltway or at local political meetings and rallies because I am not hearing it nor am I hearing about it — except from intense partisans,” said John Zogby.

Meanwhile, Republicans are warning that Harris is actually the ultraliberal puppeteer in the White House ready to expand policies Biden has imposed if he leaves office early.

Former Trump spokesman Sean Spicer, out this month with a new book about Biden and Harris titled “Radical Nation,” called Harris the “president in waiting.” In his book, excerpts of which were provided to Secrets, he highlighted her efforts to control guns, impose “woke” policies, and let Uncle Sam dictate what “equity” is when it comes to federal spending.

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In response to the rigid and dictatorial federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates imposed on public servants and government contractors, the national grassroots coalition, Feds For Medical Freedom (F4MF), filed a lawsuit last week against Joe Biden and key agency members of his administration, including heads of the Departments of Transportation, Treasury, Interior, Housing and Urban Development, Defense, Veterans Affairs, Justice, Homeland Security, Energy, State, and others.

Representing over 700 Border Patrol Agents, Pilots, Diplomats, Firefighters, Contractors, and other dedicated and patriotic Americans, the lawsuit seeks preliminary and permanent injunctive relief from the Defendants “enforcing or implementing the Federal Employee Mandate and the Contractor Mandate.”

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The Biden administration is expected to announce a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics later this week in response to China’s human rights record — a move that would bar U.S. officials from attending, sending a symbolic message while still allowing American athletes to compete.

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MCALLEN, Texas — At this city’s main airport and others in South Texas, President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security is carrying out secretive and escalating air deportations of tens of thousands of migrant border-crossers, a high percentage of them evidently Central American women and children who were supposed to be protected from deportation and, more recently, Haitians.

The air deportation operations to distant home countries, a tactic that has proven highly effective at deterring follow-on illegal migration, appear to have ferried home significant numbers of migrants who recently crossed the southern border illegally — probably well in excess of 65,000 from August through October and thousands more in November, a Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) analysis of aircraft flight data, direct observation at the McAllen airport, a pilot interview, and other public information indicate.

That may represent a relatively small percentage of the roughly 565,000 total border encounters during this time frame, but merely a decent probability of air deportation flights home has long proven to hold real power to persuade migrants to stay home and especially not to risk fortunes in smuggling money on journeys that go nowhere. The flights, which began in August and have continued at a daily pace through November, happen to coincide with a third consecutive monthly decline in migrant border encounters in October (by a significant 30,000 drop from the September number) after skyrocketing every month from Biden’s election until the flights began.

The August through November flights seem likely to have contributed to those three monthly declines, though the question warrants more exploration. But U.S. Customs and Border Protection data shows that the nationalities with the biggest numerical declines were those who ended up on home country tarmacs messaging about their misfortune on social media: Haitians, Hondurans, and Guatemalans, a review of CBP data by nationality shows.

Beyond their impact on migrant decisions to avoid losing smuggling fee fortunes on trips that might end up back at square one, the fact that tens of thousands of non-Haitian migrant families are being deported aboard the flights holds implications for the ongoing national discussion about how to handle the mass migration crisis of 2021.

Many Americans — and Central Americans, too — might have believed the Biden administration was still legally paroling into the United States almost all migrant families who showed up at the border with at least one child. That was largely the case for the administration’s first six months, a political indulgence that rapidly drove the encounter numbers into historically high territory (1.7 million during fiscal year 2021) as families back home saw hundreds of thousands of predecessors quickly gain U.S. entry and felt emboldened to bet their own smuggling fees. The catch-and-release practice continues even now at a significant level.

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