The Democrat president's administration has been trying to manage a surge in illegal immigration, a spike in new COVID-19 cases, and just recently the expiration of an eviction moratorium. All these efforts have faced criticism – and not just from political opponents.
The crush of 210,000 illegal immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in July (the second-highest in history) has led to a human disaster at multiple crossing points, according to photos provided by the former acting commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Repurposing money allocated from last year's pandemic-fueled CARES Act for use in this year's bipartisan infrastructure act won't mean that the nation won't still have a massive debt to repay, Sen. James Lankford warned on Newsmax Wednesday.
Migrants who illegally come across the U.S.-Mexico border and are apprehended by Border Patrol are not being tested for the coronavirus before being released from custody and allowed to travel across the United States, the Washington Examiner has learned.
Three more Border Patrol Agents working at the Eagle Pass, Texas, processing center tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend, according to a source working under the umbrella of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The agents were assigned to process migrants apprehended in the Del Rio Sector in a soft-sided structure that is currently holding double its rated capacity.
The Department of Homeland Security announced that Immigration and Customs Enforcement would be conducting the recently resumed fast-track deportation flights to Central America for migrants denied asylum in the United States.
The La Joya Police Department issued a public health announcement after an officer approached an undocumented migrant family at Whataburger who told him Border Patrol released them because they had COVID-19.