Students in Florida were appalled to learn that President Biden was holding illegal immigrant children in “cages.”
Campus Reform reporter Addison Smith interviewed students on campus and told them the images of the “cages” were from the Trump Administration in order to get their feedback.
Of course, many were outraged, with one comparing the facilities to the Holocaust.
“It just kind of reminds me of the, what’s it called, like, the — what happened in Germany, Nazi, and, I forgot the name of it — the Holocaust,” one student said.
“It’s like, it’s hard to even, like, explain your emotions, because it’s like, why would you put children in a cage, like, as if they were an animal, like, even dogs themselves, they’re not always in a cage their whole lives,” another said.
When Smith told the students the “cages” were actually in use by President Biden and not President Trump, some expressed total shock.
“That is shocking, because I did not know that,” responded one student. “Everyone made Trump look like a bad image, and [Biden]’s basically doing the same thing, so, yeah, that’s very shocking. I did not know that.”
“I mean, it sucks, he kinda — he went back on his word,” another student said. “I think Biden lied.”
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Migrants at Border Say Biden “Promised” They Could Enter the U.S.
Migrants stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border say that President Joe Biden “promised” them they could enter the United States.
According to the New York Times, the newspaper witnessed numerous instances where migrants were turned away from the border and said “Biden promised us!” as they made their way back to Mexico.
Gladys Oneida Perez Cruz, who paid $9,000 to a coyote to get to the U.S. told the Times, “Biden promised us that everything was going to change. He hasn’t done it yet, but he is going to be a good president for migrants.”
Last week, Charlie Kirk.com reported that border apprehensions for the month of February were up 170 Percent from last year.
Almost 100,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended last month, making it the highest February total since 2006. It marks a 26 percent jump from January’s apprehensions.
President Trump recently slammed Biden for his administration’s handling of the border crisis.
In a statement, the former president wrote, “When I was President, our Southern border was in great shape – stronger, safer, and more secure than ever before. We ended Catch-and-Release, shut down asylum fraud, and crippled the vicious smugglers, drug dealers, and human traffickers. The wall, despite horrendous Democrat delays, would have easily been finished by now, and is working magnificently. Our country is being destroyed at the Southern border, a terrible thing to see!”
Migrants chanting ‘Biden! Biden!’ stampede border
And so it begins…
In the wake of the presidential election, concerns over the safety of our great nation’s borders have been brought to light, as immigration is perhaps one of the most contested issues in today’s political climate.
President Trump implemented strict policies throughout the last four years to protect America, which Joe Biden is expected to loosen.
Come one, come all!
On the night of December 29, up to 400 migrants – mostly from Cuba – forced their way past Mexican immigration and over turnstiles on the Paso del Norte Bridge, seeking to force their way into El Paso, Texas.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Mobile Field Force officers met them in riot gear and used concrete blocks to prevent the surge as many of the migrants chanted “Biden! Biden!” Many of them demanded they be let in.
But with Trump currently in office, that won’t happen.
The migrants with Biden on their minds were met with a recorded message broadcasting over speakers in both English and Spanish warning that any further trouble would be met by force, arrests and prosecution. The message blared until the crowd dispersed, Center for Immigration Studies reports.
Biden has several times promised an amnesty bill, an end to deportations and a reversal of Trump immigration policies during his first 100 days in office, a message which, according to Enrique Valenzuela – head of the Chihuahua State Council for Population and Migration – is spreading like wildfire on social media.
Migrants are expecting to be let in immediately.
“There is the expectation, there is hope and there is enthusiasm in them who believe that with the change of administration comes new measures and that they will immediately enter and there will be new conditions that will allow them to request asylum,” he said in an interview with Mexican newspaper El Sol de Parral.
This isn’t the first occasion of migrants trying to force their way in, and it certainly won’t be the last.