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Next Border Surge

Posted on Monday, October 4, 2021
by Outside Contributor

Panama foreign minister Erika Mouynes expressed frustration to Axios that the Biden administration seemed caught off guard by the Haitian migrant crisis because “we sounded the alarm when we should have.”

Why it matters: The worst may still be coming. Mouynes said there are as many as 60,000 migrants — mostly Haitian — poised to make their way north to the U.S.-Mexico border.

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2 years ago

Call your representatives and demand action

2 years ago

They have not been living in Haiti…they have been living in Chili or Brazil…and told to discard their IDs,…they went from working and contributing to other countries…to come here and be taken care of…their excuse…”for a better life”…what does that say about the people coming here…covid is the least of worries…they are riddled with every disease imaginable…if they want to come over here legally…that would be okay…the line should start with those already inline to be citizens…so…if they cant get free legalization…what do you think is going to happen…they are going to revert to crime…in this disastrous crime-induced country already…the USA…

2 years ago

The question remains. How is Biden still in office? It’s a known fact he is deliberately bringing our country to its knees! His dislike for our country is not even debatable. Another fact; he is under command of an evil that truly exists, and yet, he is not yanked from office for so many valid reasons. We the people are crying out, but it is falling on deaf ears.

2 years ago

This is the first time in history that you can post” “he’s an idiot” and 90 % of the population knows who you’re talking about.

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