Ready or not, here they come!

Tens of thousands of migrants have already been making their way across Biden’s mostly open border this week in anticipation of the U.S. completely opening borders with the lifting of Title 42 at midnight Thursday to everyone claiming asylum.

Migrants will soon be released in mass at bus stops, gas stations and cities across the border due to facilities already hitting capacity, sources at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection told Fox News.

Denver is on high alert, and for good reason.

With the new flood of migrants, Denver Mayor Hancock is reactivating the same emergency procedures employed over the Christmas holiday when thousands of migrants showed up on Denver’s front stoop. Some decided to stay, while thousands hit up taxpayers for bus and plane tickets to other cities.

And letters are being written to Washington, D.C. to demand even more taxpayer dollars to pay for it all.

So what exactly are these hundreds of thousands of migrants pouring over our borders since Biden was elected allegedly fleeing?

They claim to either be persecuted, or in fear of being persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group, which now includes gender identity.

Those are the requirements according to the United Nations 1951 Convention and 1967 Protocol that Congress incorporated as our definition of a refugee in 1980.

It seems odd to us that folks would be fleeing their own country because of their nationality. But as long as they’re not Christians or conservative Republicans, the U.S. seems a good choice to seek refuge.

How many are actually granted asylum? In 2021, only 8,300 were granted asylum by a backlogged judge. As of last year, nearly 760,000 migrants were awaiting hearings.

What exactly are they doing here while awaiting asylum?

According to the New York Times:

Over the past two years, more than 250,000 migrant children have come alone to the United States. Thousands of children have ended up in punishing jobs across the country — working overnight in slaughterhouses, replacing roofs, operating machinery in factories — all in violation of child labor laws, a recent Times investigationshowed.

Wow. And Democrats called Trump cruel for keeping children in detention facilities with three meals a day, health care, and no slave labor required.

Meanwhile in Denver, shelters are already full before the deluge is expected to hit.

Journalists are reporting whether they have food, shelter, and the geographic details of an immigrant’s journey.

None bother asking what atrocities in their home country they are fleeing.

Kyle Clark shares his outrage when there’s no more shelter for migrants at the Auraria campus.

No one thinks to offer them a tent at one of Denver’s many parks.