The border crisis fueled by President Joe Biden’s policies has been covered extensively in recent weeks. Unfortunately, the problem does not look like it will be short-lived.
According to The Washington Post, Department of Homeland Security numbers show families of migrants are entering the United States at a record pace.
“DHS expects approximately 500,000 to 800,000 migrants to arrive as part of a family group during the 2021 fiscal year that ends in September, a quantity that would equal or exceed the record numbers who entered in 2019,” The Post reported Sunday.
The Biden administration has claimed that while it is not deporting unaccompanied minors, its current policy is to send full families back to Mexico.
“The border is closed,” Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said March 21 on NBC News’ “Meet the Press.” “We are expelling families.”