Sunday, March 7, 2021

Biden’s Getting Exactly the Border Crisis He Asked For; 'Pandemic of people': Border Catch-and-Release Risks Spread of COVID-19, and related stories

Biden’s getting exactly the border crisis he asked for:
A new year, a new president, a return of an old problem: unaccompanied children crossing the border in droves.
Thousands of children — usually older teens, 16 or 17, but Border Patrol agents report increasing numbers of kids younger than 13 — are arriving each month from Central America.
On Thursday, a Customs and Border Protection staffer reportedly told top Biden administration officials to expect a peak of 13,000 unaccompanied minors to cross the border in May — the highest level ever.
“We’re seeing the highest February numbers [that] we’ve ever seen in the history of the [Unaccompanied Alien Child] program,” a Department of Health and Human Services official told Axios. --->READ MORE HERE
AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, File
'Pandemic of people': Border catch-and-release risks spread of COVID-19:
Hundreds of illegal immigrants were nabbed at the border and then almost immediately released into Texas’ Val Verde County last week — in some cases dropped off along a roadside — with no coronavirus testing or quarantine restrictions, and only a piece of paper with their court date in hand.
In Yuma, Arizona, migrants caught at the border were turned loose at a Jack-in-the-Box restaurant. In Cochise County, on the other side of the state, 100 migrants were dropped off in a Walmart parking lot.
Even as the Biden administration talks tough on mask mandates and coronavirus precautions, the Homeland Security Department is releasing thousands of people into the country across the southwestern border. Many have traveled thousands of miles over weeks, crowded into vehicles and stash houses, with no thought for masks or social distancing. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

Joe Biden’s HHS Nominee Plans To Make You Pay The Health Bills For Open Borders

EXCLUSIVE: CDC COVID Order to Quickly Return Migrants to Mexico May End Within Two Weeks

Former Border Patrol Chief Says Biden Is Lying About Child-Detention Facilities

Former ICE Director: Biden Making It Almost 'Not Illegal to Be Illegally in the United States'

Border Crisis Grows As Hundreds Of Migrant Children Are Detained At Patrol Stations

Border Patrol released 350 migrants into small Arizona city over past two weeks as border situation worsens

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