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Illegal border crossings at the highest point in 15 years

Humanitarian crises like these are supposed to only happen in backward countries overseas.

Of course a backward country is exactly what the Biden administration is intent on turning the United States into.

In the video below, White House press secretary Jen Psaki recites the administration’s mantra about addressing “root causes” of emigration from the countries in Latin America.

We’ve been sending financial aid down there for decades. What will be different this time?

Nothing.

According to the Washington Examiner:

“More than 172,000 people attempted to come across the border from Mexico illegally in March, marking the highest monthly total in 15 years and five times greater than the amount seen last March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Biden’s first 100 days have been overtaken by the situation at the border, which Republicans have unsuccessfully urged him to declare a “crisis.” Biden has yet to visit the southern border since moving into the White House and has been focused on economic recovery and infrastructure as the government rolls out coronavirus vaccines nationwide.

“Approximately 78,000 were encountered at the southern border in January, which was higher than normal. Those numbers only rose since then, passing 100,000 in February and now reaching levels not seen since the George W. Bush administration in 2006. Mexican men made up most of the people encountered in 2006 versus the tens of thousands of families and children from other countries arriving in high numbers now, presenting a new challenge for the Biden administration, which has been reluctant to detain migrants.”

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