Everyone, including Joe Biden, has called his failed border enforcement a disaster even though Jen Psaki denied the word just the day after Biden used the phrase in a speech.
Now, he needs a plan to cope with it, but if you think his border plan is a crisis, his solution is even worse. His plan is quite simple. He plans to flood the United States with illegal aliens, or should I say, future Democratic voters?
From the pictures we have seen of the juvenile holding pens for illegal migrant children, the border policy of Joe Biden is inhumane and favors a comparison to your typical third-world countries. Children get to shower once a week and are often hungry and miserable.
But hey, at least they all get books written by Kamala Harris.
Manpower seems to be lacking in the detention facilities.
A DHS spokesperson told Fox News:
“The Biden administration has made it clear that the border is not open. Our policy is to expel single adults and families. In situations where individuals cannot be expelled, they are placed into removal proceedings and a custody determination is made, which could result in an Alternative to Detention program.”
Fox News Reports:
“While many family units and single adults are being expelled via Title 42 health protections – which allow the U.S. to remove migrants, often within hours, due to the COVID-19 pandemic – Mexico has refused to take family units with tender-age children and the Biden administration is not applying Title 42 to unaccompanied children.”
This policy has led to migrant families being released into the United States.
Where have we seen this done before? How does releasing migrants into the United States de-incentivize migrants from flooding to the border? I know Biden is basically trying to do the opposite of what happened under Trump, but what happened under Trump worked.
Illegal border crossings plummeted during the Trump administration—an undeniable result of Trump’s zero-tolerance policy for illegal immigrants. The border wall also proved to be successful in blocking illegal crossings. Earlier this month it was reported that the Biden administration may resume border wall construction to help mitigate the crisis.