Biden White House officials have started quietly telling reporters this week they will allow many of the around 15,000 Haitian migrants who are in the Del Rio camp to be released into the U.S.
The releases will allow migrants to steal Americans’ jobs, to drive up the cost of housing, to request for asylum along with green cards, and to put their kinds into already crowded classrooms.
The Haitian catch and release is also revealed by Haitians’ cellphone videos and will help more Haitians to decide to risk their kid’s lives to get to the United States border.
The quiet pledge of catch-and-release are now being hidden by viral videos of small-scale deportations, and behind anger about those viral videos from top officials, including Alejandro Mayorkas, the pro-mass-migration chief of the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS).
Morgan Chesky, a journalist for NBC Nightly News, said Sept. 20:
“Top DHS officials said to NBC News that the administration will prioritize deporting Haitian adults and families who are not asking for asylum. Unaccompanied children and many families seeking for asylum can stay in the United States.”
Bill Melugin, at Fox News, said via Twitter Sept. 19 that United States Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz “told me single adult men would be expelled through Title 42, but most families will get processed and let go into the country.”
American officials are expected to bring in around 2 million migrants into the country during 2021. The inflow will give around one migrant for every two citizen births. The flood of new labor, consumers and renters will lower Americans’ wages, raise their housing, and add more insane diversity into Americans’ broken society.
Families with children will be allowed into the country, while couples who do not have children will be sent back to Haiti, said Ali Bradley, an independent reported at Del Rio.
This family of 9 tells Sheriff’s Deputy Vargas they are going to New York to be with family in Long Island. https://t.co/LyM66uv2UA
— Ali Bradley (@AliBradleyTV) September 20, 2021
Officials also tell reporters that kids who separate from their parents, and young people who claim to be under 18, will be allowed to come into the country through the 2008 loophole for “Unaccompanied Alien Children.”
But Mayorkas gave a much stronger message to the cameras during a staged and very short media conference in Texas, on Sept. 20. For example, he said:
“Border Patrol is working with ICE and the Coast Guard to move people from Del Rio to other locations … to ensure that migrants are quickly processed and removed from the U.S., consistent with our policies and laws.”
Author: Scott Dowdy