May 17, 2024


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Biden Border Crisis: South Texas Migrant Facility at 729% of its Legal Capacity

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We knew things on the border is bad but not in my wildest dreams could I imagine what is really happening on the border. It’s so bad that CBS did a story on how poorly Biden is treating those being detained, especially the children.

If this were Trump instead of Biden, CNN would be running this story 24/7. The House Democrats would be screaming for another phony impeachment trial.

According to reports, Biden is holding over 3500 children. In one South Texas detention center that was designed for 250 people, they are holding 1,800 people. Some of the boys say it is so crowded they have to take turns sleeping on the floor of the cages.

A lawyer for the children visited the detention center where kids complained about being hungry and they have only gotten to shower once a week even though by law they are only allowed to detain them for 3 days.

White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki refuses to call it a crisis and she tries unsuccessfully to blame Trump for Biden’s f*^k up.  Even CNN is calling it a crisis and that should tell you something.

Eventually, the White House admitted that they had made a decision that led to large-scale illegal immigration. So the crisis was planned and not spontaneous? Naturally, as we take in these unaccompanied children we need to address them.

We are not just taking in a child. We are giving them legal status which could lead to chain migration. They can average as many as seven relatives that we must take in and give them whatever they need, including free medical coverage.

CBS reported:

A “staggering number” of migrant children detained at a Border Patrol facility in south Texas face overcrowded conditions, with some held for as long as seven days, lawyers who interviewed them on Thursday told CBS News.

Neha Desai, a lawyer representing migrant youth in U.S. government custody, said she interviewed children who said they were hungry, as well as minors who only showered once in seven days.

“Some of the boys said that conditions were so overcrowded that they had to take turns sleeping on the floor,” Desai added, citing interviews with nearly a dozen unaccompanied migrant children held at the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) holding facility in Donna, Texas.

On March 2, the Donna complex was holding more than 1,800 people — 729% of its pandemic-era capacity, which is designed for 250 migrants, according to an internal CBP document reviewed by CBS News.

Most of the minors said they had only showered once while in U.S. custody, even though they’d been held for more than five days, according to Desai. Some said they had showered twice.

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