Wednesday, September 22, 2021

DHS Is Releasing Many Haitians from Del Rio Landing-DHS Tells Haitians: Bring Children to Cross Border; BARF BAG ALERT: Omar: ‘We Owe Haitians’ Asylum — ‘Obviously Systemic Racism at Play’

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DHS Is Releasing Many Haitians from Del Rio Landing:
Biden administration officials began quietly telling journalists Monday they will release many of the roughly 15,000 Haitian migrants in the Del Rio camp.
The releases will allow the migrants to take Americans’ jobs, to compete for housing, to ask for asylum and green cards, and to put their children into the crowded classrooms needed by ordinary American kids.
The Haitian catch and release process also will be displayed by Haitians’ cellphones and will encourage more Haitians to risk their children’s lives in the long trek to the U.S. border.
The quiet promises of catch-and-release are being hidden behind showcase video of small-scale deportations, and behind televised bluster from top officials, including Alejandro Mayorkas, the pro-migration chief of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Morgan Chesky, a reporter for NBC Nightly News, said September 20:
Senior DHS officials telling NBC News the administration will prioritize deporting single Haitian adults and families [who are] not claiming asylum. Unaccompanied children and most families asking for asylum can stay in the U.S.
Bill Melugin, at Fox News, tweeted September 19 that U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz “told me single adult men will be expelled via Title 42, but most family units will be processed and released into US.” --->READ MORE HERE
Omar: ‘We Owe Haitians’ Asylum — ‘Obviously Systemic Racism at Play’:
Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) said Monday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” that the United States contributed to the problems in Haiti.
Therefore, she argued we “owe” Haitians the right to seek asylum as thousands gather at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Omar said, “What we have seen was cruel, inhuman, and violation of domestic laws and international laws, the right to seek asylum is an international right. I know this because I would not be here today if I wasn’t able to seek asylum in the border of neighboring country Kenya. To see this kind of atrocious, disturbing images at our border should really make every single American’s skin crawl.” --->(If there's no paint to watch dry) READ MORE HERE
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