DHS head to EXPAND incentive programs for undocumented migrants

by Steve Watson

3/17/21

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The crisis at the border continues to accelerate, as CBS News reported Tuesday that there are now more than 13,000 unaccompanied migrant children being held in prison like cells by US authorities.

The report notes that many more are being turned back every day, and that there are now so many trying to cross the border that the US is on track this year to encounter more illegal immigration than in the past TWENTY YEARS.

The kids are being held in squalid conditions, sleeping on concrete floors without any sunlight for up to five days, according to the report, well over the legal limit of 72 hours.

When asked again yesterday if he has plans to go to the border, Biden replied “not at the moment”.

Kamala Harris, who decried “babies in cages” during the presidential campaign, also avoided the issue telling reporters as she traveled “I haven’t been briefed on anything today about it.”

Thousands of migrant children are set to be housed at the Dallas convention center, with talk of juvenile centers also said to be being prepared:

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