Joe Biden’s Campaign Was A LIE – America Is Betrayed

Joe Biden lied during his campaign

Everyone is focused on the re-opened detention center in Carrizo Spring, Texas, for unaccompanied minors wandering around the border. The camp was open for a month in 2019. However, it was closed “due to a dropoff in illegal immigration.”

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Sylvia Foster-Frau said, “immigration lawyers and advocates question why the Biden administration would choose to reopen a Trump-era facility that was the source of protests and controversy.” This was the first facility for illegal immigrants opened under the sitting President.

“It’s unnecessary, it’s costly, and it goes absolutely against everything Biden promised he was going to do,” San Antonio-based immigration lawyer Linda Brandmiller told The Post.

“It’s a step backward, is what it is. It’s a huge step backward.”

Amnesty International had a say in the matter.

“A government agency is not a parent for children. The reality is that children who are alone need to be accommodated for their safety while the government identifies and reunites them with appropriate sponsors. We don’t want to endanger children and we don’t want them held in detention or in facilities that don’t meet their best interests,” Denise Bell, researcher for refugee and migrant rights at Amnesty International USA, said in a news release.

“Kids need a place to call home — that’s why they should be with their families, friends, and community members; this in the child’s best interests. Children must only be held in Border Patrol stations for the bare minimum time, and certainly not for more than 72 hours, which are wholly inappropriate spaces for them, and they must continue to have access to safety in the United States.”

The Department of Health and Human Services oversees the Carrizo Springs center. It is considered a temporary influx center with the goal to unite minors with sponsors.

Mark Weber, a spokesman for HHS, revealed Carrizo Springs would “meet or exceed” Texas licensing standards.

Biden’s administration goes back to “catch-and-release,” but things don’t really look at the moment.

“The number of unaccompanied minors referred to the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, the agency tasked with caring for them once they cross the border, climbed from 1,530 in October to 3,364 in December – a 120% jump, according to agency statistics released this week. January’s numbers were not yet available,” USA Today reported earlier this month.

“The agency usually has 13,764 beds for the minors but only 7,971 are currently available because of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions. Of those, around 5,200 are occupied, leaving 2,700 open beds, according to the resettlement agency.”

Biden promised to dismantle his predecessor’s hard-line policies at the border on day one. He changed his mind and said he’ll need more time to finish the job.

The President promised to do things differently, but he is actually horrible.

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Source: The Western Journal

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