Busted: Biden Has Be Snatching Kids From Their Parents & Throwing Kids In Cages At An Incredible Rate
New details are coming out in the Biden-inspired border crisis as he separates families and locks kids up in cages.
Everything Trump was accused of, Joe Biden is doing, and the media has gone to work full time in trying to make it seem as he if not creating a full-blown disaster at the border.
Their positions are polar opposites. Trump turned a crisis into a managed border, and Biden took a controlled border and turned it into a crisis.
3,250 children have been put into detention centers filled to capacity.
Funny how lockdowns are never necessary if it inconveniences liberals. And not only that but reports say that the Biden administration is separating children from their parents for weeks at a time. And remember, Biden was able to accomplish this feat in just 7 short weeks.
Some people have the innate ability to screw up on a large scale in a short time.
According to the New York Times:
The number of unaccompanied migrant children detained along the southern border has tripled in the last two weeks to more than 3,250, filling facilities akin to jails as the Biden administration struggles to find room for them in shelters, according to documents obtained by The New York Times.
More than 1,360 of the children have been detained beyond the 72 hours permitted by law before a child must be transferred to a shelter, according to one of the documents, dated March 8.
Under the law, the federal government is required to move unaccompanied children within three days from the border facilities to shelters managed by the Department of Health and Human Services, where they are held until they are placed with a sponsor.
Homeland Security officials have often pointed to delays by Health and Human Services in picking up the children as a reason for the prolonged detention.
Government documents that the DHS is expecting 117,000 unaccompanied minors to come to the U.S. this year alone.
USA Today even attempted to draw distinctions between child separation under Biden and child separation under Trump:
The procedure, which is different from the highly controversial Trump administration policy of separating immigrant parents from their children, is designed to protect minors from human traffickers and grant them legal protections.
But immigration advocates admit the reality for child migrants is “very similar.”
“It really does look and feel in many ways like a parent-child separation,” Lisa Koop, associate director of legal services at the National Immigrant Justice Center, told USA Today. “The trauma of the separation is very similar.”