The Heritage Foundation has filed a lawsuit to obtain the immigration records of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. The lawsuit requests that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) publicly release Harry’s immigration records after he admitted to using illegal drugs, including cocaine, psychedelics, and marijuana, in his memoir Spare.
Heritage Foundation sues for public release of Prince Harry's immigration records https://t.co/wvmX4cVEGP
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The foundation claims if Harry lied on his immigration application, the DHS needs to address it. Alternatively, if Harry told the truth, the DHS granted him an exception. The lawsuit raises questions about the Biden administration’s ability to carry out current immigration laws and border security protocols.
According to reports, America has seen record-breaking numbers of illegal aliens since President Biden took office in May 2021. Those numbers are set to reach the highest in national history, following the expiration of Title 42, a pandemic-era policy that allowed border patrol to immediately deport illegals upon first encounter.
Once it expires, they can either seek asylum in the U.S. or be released into the country on parole without seeking sanctuary. The influx has resulted in a state of emergency declared by mayors of Texas border cities Brownsville, El Paso, and Laredo.
The problem is not only filtering out people who have done hard drugs, like Prince Harry, but also the involvement of Mexican cartels in various illegal activities, such as industrial agriculture, port operations, migrant smuggling, human trafficking, and water control.
Prince Harry’s admission into the United States despite his admitted hard drug use raises questions about the Biden administration’s grasp of immigration laws and border security rules. Additionally, it could be indicative of a two-tier justice system, with political conservatives being targeted more aggressively than Democrats and their allies.
Prince Harry has been an advocate of censorship, working for the Aspen Institute’s Commission on Information Disorder and calling America’s First Amendment “bonkers.”
The lawsuit filed by the Heritage Foundation also raises concerns about how the DHS’s management of Prince Harry’s immigration records is blatantly disrespectful to U.S. immigration laws and legal citizens. It remains to be seen how this lawsuit will play out in court and what impact it will have on the ongoing migration crisis.