Del Rio, Texas-Local and federal officials said no immigrants were left at the Texas border camp on Friday, where nearly 15,000 people-most of them Haitians-gathered together a few days ago Seek asylum.
This is a huge change compared to last Saturday, when confusion about Biden’s government policies and misinformation on social media caused immigrants to gather to connect Del Río, Texas with the city of Acuna, Mexico. The peak of the number of immigrant arrived.
Biden called the use of horses as border agents “horrible” on Friday and said that people would pay for it. The agent was assigned administrative duties during the investigation by the administrative division.
Biden stated to reporters that there would be consequences. This is a form of embarrassment. But it goes beyond embarrassment. It is dangerous, it’s wrong, it sends incorrect information around the globe, and it sends it home. It doesn’t reflect who we really are.
Alejandro Mayorkas (Secretary of Homeland Security) spoke later cautiously about the ongoing investigation into horse use. When asked about this discrepancy, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that Biden “has not prejudged the result. He is telling the truth.” She said that he did not interfere in any investigation.
Majorcas stated that about 2,000 Haitians were swiftly deported from their homes on 17 flights since Sunday. More people could be deported within the next few days as the pandemic’s power deprives them of the right to seek asylum. .
He stated that approximately 12,400 people have been allowed to enter the United States, at most temporarily. They have also asked the immigration judge for permission to remain in the country under asylum laws, or any other legal reason. They could be deported or rejected.
Majorcas indicated that around 5,000 people had been taken into custody by the Department of Homeland Security. The Department of Homeland Security is currently processing their cases to determine if they will either be deported or permitted to apply to for legal residency. Some people have returned to Mexico.