The Biden team’s permissive migration enforcement policy is causing economic chaos among poverty-stricken Central Americans who took unsustainable debt to try to sneak into the U.S. but failed.
Now, these deported migrants, many of whom used their house as collateral, are indebted and scared that their unsuccessful migration could cost them more than they can bear.
Lax border policies under President Joe Biden are attracting more migrants, prompting them to take out loans that fill the coffers of smugglers, who often work for drug cartels and rape women and girls during the journey. If the migrants fail to make it into the U.S., they will find themselves deeper in the red.
The Biden administration maintained the Trump-era pandemic control protocols (Title 42) that allow the government to deport any migrant quickly. Still, it loosened the measure, granting an exception to unaccompanied children while agents are supposed to deport