Homeland Security Orders Border Agents to Use Illegal Immigrants’ Preferred Pronouns

Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) ordered Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to use illegal immigrants’ preferred pronouns.

The instruction is found in a document called “Guide to Facilitating Effective Communication with Individuals Who Identify as LGBTQI+.”

According to the document, obtained by the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, the “job aid” provides “guidance to all CBP employees who interact with the public to help facilitate effective communication with the diverse public we serve, including individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming.”

It adds, “This guidance should be used by all CBP employees who encounter members of the public.”

Border agents are to refrain from using standard pronouns such as “he, him, she,” and “her” until they have “more information about, or provided by, the individual.”

Agents are also told to avoid using “Mr., Mrs., Ms., Sir,” and “Ma’am.”

They may not say that being LGBTQ is a “choice” or “lifestyle.”

Oversight Project Director Mike Howell told Fox News Digital, “Border Patrol deals with more illegal aliens than any entity in the federal government. This forced language guidance is designed to coddle illegal aliens.”

“I guess it wasn’t enough for the Biden administration to betray the Border Patrol by purposefully unleashing chaos on the southern border,” he added. “Now, the radical political leadership is enrolling agents in a forced-speech program to call illegal aliens by their preferred pronouns.”