Paul Ratje / AFP via Getty ImagesCentral American migrants are boarded into a van by the U.S. Border Patrol in El Paso, Texas, in a file photo from May 2019, two months after then-President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency over illegal immigration. Less than a month after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Texas border towns are being hit with numbers not seen this the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. (Paul Ratje / AFP via Getty Images)
Less than a month into his tenure, President Joe Biden has managed to bring one aspect of American life at least back to where it was before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
The number of illegal aliens being arrested and then released into swamped border cities has reached a high not seen since December 2019, according to a report Thursday.
And there’s a good reason for it.
“We came now in part because