“I take responsibility,” the President of the United States said, noting that the agents involved “will pay for their actions.”
Washington (in favor)-US President Joe Biden took responsibility for the inhuman treatment of Haitian immigrants by border patrol agents in Del Río, Texas, and promised that those responsible will be for them The actions bear the consequences.
Biden started a brief press conference by stating that he took responsibility. He talked about the latest situation of his country’s third vaccine against the COVID-19 pandemic, and when asked about the situation of Haitian immigration. Speak.
“What happened was terrible. Agents ran over horses and people. These agents (agents), would be held responsible for their actions and face consequences. This is a shameful incident. The President of the United States stated that it was beyond shame and that an investigation is underway.
After unsuccessful attempts to cross the border into the United States as refugees, thousands of Haitian immigrants were caught in trouble. They were located at the southern border of the United States and north border of Acunia (Coahuila).
Images and videos of border officers attacking Haitians, throwing their horses at them, and hitting Haitians on horses have been widely circulated around the globe. They have been condemned for such grave human rights violations.
These actions are a serious infringement on the safety and security of Haitians. However, the Biden administration continues to pursue a strategy to expel all citizens who were detained by Border Patrol officers for trying to enter the United States.
Daniel Foote was fired as special envoy of the U.S. to Haiti because of the immigration crisis and the way that border patrol agents treated Haitians. He said that he doesn’t want to be part a cruel thing.
Ex-officials from the Biden government resigned to Secretary of State Anthony Brinken. He stated that he would not immediately repatriate and deport Haitians, but that this was an inhumane thing to do.
Foote confirmed that in addition to his country’s economic shortage and underemployment, Haitians are victims of extortion and human rights violations by the gangs and criminal groups that control the streets of this Caribbean country.