New Report Says ‘Family Groups Will Make Up Next Phase Of Border Crisis, Nearly A Million Immigrants Expected

The Department of Homeland Security now believes that close to a million people will attempt to cross the United States-Mexico border in the upcoming months as part of a wave of “family groups” that are seeking asylum here in America, a brand new issue that could be the “second wave” of the current border crisis.

via Daily Wire:

The Biden administration is already struggling to handle an ever-increasing number of child migrants and it is believed the United States government is now holding around 15,000 unaccompanied minors, captured trying to cross the US’s southern border, in detention facilities across California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. The numbers are so great that the Biden administration is calling on volunteers from DHS to help staff the facilities and, over the weekend, reportedly waived a requirement mandating that child migrant caregivers pass an FBI background check so that new Health and Human Services (HHS) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) facilities can open quickly.

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But the “child migrant crisis” may just be the first immigration crisis in 2021. The Washington Post reports that DHS now expects a second wave of “migrant families” — and it may mean that Customs and Border Protection could be processing nearly a million newcomers to the United States.

“[A]s they race to add shelter capacity for these minors, Department of Homeland Security officials are privately warning about what they see as the next phase of a migration surge that could be the largest in two decades, driven by a much greater number of families,” the Washington Post reported Tuesday.

“DHS expects approximately 500,000 to 800,000 migrants to arrive as part of a family group during the 2021 fiscal year that ends in September, a quantity that would equal or exceed the record numbers who entered in 2019,” the outlet continued. “Officials are racing to find facilities to house these families ahead of their release, along with additional staff to process an increase in humanitarian and asylum claims.”

Well, folks, if you thought crap at the border was bad right now, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

And just think, Biden screwed all of this up with just a few executive orders on his first day in office. Just imagine the hell he can cause with four years. It’s a terrifying thought.

 


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