There's A Border Crisis
Since President Biden and members of his administration have been dodging the question, we will answer it for them. There is a border crisis.
There are numerous reports pointing towards this conclusion:
Even members of Biden's party are becoming concerned. Just last week Texas Democrat Rep. Vicente Gonzalez said the current policies would be, “catastrophic for our party, for our country.”
Even though all the signs point towards a crisis, Biden and his team refuse to face reality.
Here's what is happening:
The amount of children being referred to Health and Human Services' custody has more than tripled since January.
- Currently its about 321 children a day, but in the first week of January that number was roughly 47.
- Shelter service is near 94 percent capacity and will be open for 100 percent capacity even though the shelters should be kept at 50 percent capacity due to COVID precautions.
It's going to get worse: 117,000 unaccompanied children are expected at border this year.
Why is this happening? Because the Biden Administration stopped construction of the border wall, practically calling for migrants to come to the border
"The Biden Administration's inability to call this a crisis is not grounded in reality," said Republican Party of Iowa Communications Director Kollin Crompton. "During a global pandemic we have to have measures that ensure our borders are secure and it's obvious the Biden Administration doesn't understand that."