CBP: Little girls dropped from border wall in Southern NM

A member of the South Texas Special Operations Group holds a six-month-old baby that was rescued out of the Rio Grande River on March 16

The Republicans were referring to an NPR report claiming that career DHS officials had warned the transition team of then-candidate Joe Biden last fall that revoking then-President Donald Trump's immigration policies would lead to a surge at the border.

The Biden administration allowed several reporters to interview border officials and tour a crowded migrant processing facility in Donna, Texas, on Tuesday following growing demands from news outlets for more access. They said, 'Get 66 million votes, sir, and the election's over.' We got 75 million and they said. you saw what happened, 10:30 in the evening, all of a sudden, they said, that's a odd thing, why are they closing up certain places.

An anonymous CBP agent reveals a jump in the number of convicted sex offenders caught coming across the border this year.

The Donna facility is holding 4,100 migrants, most of whom are unaccompanied minors.

"Donna is a huge tent city that they built to handle this massive crisis, this massive surge of illegal immigration", Cruz stated.

Young children look out from inside a pod at the Donna Department of Homeland Security holding facility
Young children look out from inside a pod at the Donna Department of Homeland Security holding facility

Authorities said Santa Teresa border agents were able to find the 3- and 5-year-old sisters after being directed by the camera operator to the remote location in New Mexico, just west of El Paso, Texas. Some children have been held for more than two weeks.

Officials said the children were taken to the Santa Teresa Border Patrol Station for a medical evaluation before going to a local hospital for "precautionary reasons", according to the release. "President Biden and his Administration are responsible for the resulting crisis at the border".

Tens of thousands of Central American migrants have trekked to the US-Mexico border in recent months.

A top border official with the Biden administration said he expects more than a million migrants will arrive at the southern border in 2021.

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