White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is put on the hot seat when Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asks her about the Biden policy of letting illegals into the US without a notice to appear before a judge. Doocy asks if this is now an honor system where the feds trust that the illegals will make an effort to get a court hearing about their illegal status. Psaki tries to dismiss Doocy’s claim and even plays down the fact that illegals are being released into the country’s interior without any court date.
Psaki continues to dismiss questions:
The Biden administration is spending millions to put the illegals up in hotels in the US:
One of the first orders of business for the America-last Biden regime was to undo the amazing progress President Trump and his administration made to secure our southern border from an invasion by stopping the construction of the wall on our southern border via executive order.
We spoke with a US border agent in Texas who explained to us that there are currently no COVID protocols in place at their migrant facilities. The US border agent told us that, unlike American-owned restaurants and businesses that are being forced to keep their capacity at 25% or less, the migrant facilities are overflowing with no limits being placed on occupancy.
Anyone with a kid is getting into America, the US border agent told us, “Only single adults are being returned,” he said. Criminals and non-criminal immigrants alike are using kids as their ticket into the U.S. he said, explaining, “They go back and find themselves a kid and come back,” he said, explaining that kids are being sold, kidnapped, sex trafficked, or even rented to help illegals get across the border. The massive influx of foreigners looking for amnesty in America, coupled with Biden’s executive order only gives them 72 hours to process thousands of people, leaving them with an inadequate amount of time to question children who may be in danger.
Meanwhile, the Biden regime is using taxpayer money to house thousands of new immigrants (lottery winners) who’ve successfully crossed into Biden’s new America.
Axios reports – The Biden administration has awarded an $86 million contract for hotel rooms near the border to hold around 1,200 migrant family members who cross the U.S.-Mexico border, DHS officials confirmed to Axios. “Border agents in my sector are arresting approximately 2,000 [illegal aliens] people per day, and our facility only holds about 350.” He asked a very good question that every American should be asking of our government, “If the bodies are not being brought to their facilities, where are they kept?” Our anonymous source explained that they’re taking some of the people who’ve successfully crossed our borders to tent cities, where CDC guidelines are also not being followed. “There’s no way we can follow them,” he said, adding, “There’s no way we can process and detain them. Even though we are releasing, we can’t keep up.”
Why it matters: It’s a sign of growing numbers of migrant families trying to come to the U.S. — in addition to already overwhelming numbers of kids crossing the border without their parents or legal guardians. Both trends appear to be straining government resources.
- The contract through Endeavors, a Texas-based nonprofit, is for six months but could be extended and expanded. The hotels will be near border areas, including in Arizona and Texas.
- ICE oversees the custody of migrant adults and families who cross the border illegally after they are apprehended by border patrol agents. The agency is already transforming its family detention facilities into rapid-processing centers with the goal of releasing families within 72 hours.
- Regardless, the contracts with hotels point to the agency not being able to keep up with the growing numbers of families in its custody.
The big picture: Immigration agencies have used hotels in the past — as recently as last year for unaccompanied minors who the Trump administration was quickly expelling under an emergency public health order.
Hotel rooms are likely a safer option than border patrol stations but do not have to follow the same safety protocols that official government detention spaces do.
While Americans are being forced to wear masks, stand 6 feet apart, provide negative COVID tests to attend school and work, and businesses are being closed down over breaking government-mandated COVID rules, detention centers are overflowing with foreign invaders, making it impossible for US Border Agents to comply with no COVID protocols.