President Joe Biden is in the middle of a fully fledged border crisis along the U.S.-Mexico line — and he knows it.
He just doesn’t want the American people to know.
But as the days go by — and more illegal immigrants come knocking on America’s door — he’s having a harder time covering up the brutal truth.
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His administration’s cover-up job just got a lot tougher with the release of some pretty blatant photographs from the border.
Photos leaked by Axios show hundreds of illegal immigrants trapped and detained inside strange bubble pods at the border patrol facility in Donna, Texas.
And it sure is crowded.
The pictures swiftly made their rounds Monday around the political world. And what’s worse for Biden, the photos were leaked to the press by fellow Democrat Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-T.X.
… it seems now more than ever, Biden has some explaining to do.
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According to the Axios report, Cuellar says that the pods have a maximum occupancy of 260, but the facility houses one pod that had more than 400 people crowded in it.
Cuellar also says that while the U.S. Customs and Border Protection is giving its best effort, the agency isn’t well equipped to handle the increasing number of children arriving at the facility.
Axios reports that according to government data, 10,000 illegal immigrants had been detained.
“Nearly half” are lone children.
The photos have surfaced following reports that the Biden administration had reduced media access to the border…
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, who has been accused of talking around the border crisis, insists that the administration is committed to transparency.
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“We remain committed to sharing with all of you data on the number of kids crossing the border, the steps we’re taking, the work we’re doing to open up facilities, our own bar we’re setting for ourselves, improving the and expediting the timeline and the treatment of these children,” Psaki said Wednesday.
“And we remain committed to transparency. I don’t have an update for you on the timeline for access, but it’s certainly something we support,” she added.
But instead, it seems as though others outside of the administration are doing this work for them.
So the question remains, when will the Biden administration step up to the plate and address the ongoing crisis?
And more importantly, a plan to solve it.
The Horn editorial team