Biden Admin Finally Reinstates Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy — Poorly Implements It

Biden Admin Finally Reinstates Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy

Poorly Implements it

By Sara Carter Staff

The Biden administration has been a huge adversary to the Trump era “Remain in Mexico” policy, immediately reversing it just one day after Biden and the democrats took control of the White House. However, the policy was reinstated in early December, when even the Biden administration was forced to admit there is, in fact, a huge border crisis.

The purpose of the policy is for migrants to stay in Mexico and wait until they are due at their court appearances.  Border patrol agents and officials are tasked with returning the asylum seekers back to Mexico. However, according to officials who spoke with the Daily Caller News Foundation, despite the policy taking effect once again December 6, it is not in full effect.

“I do not believe enrolling only 35 out of approximately 5,000 illegal border crossers per day is complying with the court order” to keep the policy intact, Brandon Judd who serves as the president of the National Border Patrol Council told the DCNF.

“There are only two locations where the Border Patrol is enrolling illegal border crossers into the MPP,” Judd said. “El Paso, Texas has been enrolling approximately 30 people per day for the last month or so and the Chula Vista Station in San Diego on Monday started enrolling approximately 5 people per day. I do not believe enrolling only 35 out of approximately 5,000 illegal border crossers per day is complying with the court order.”

DCNF says a Congressional source confirmed that less than 40 migrants are being returned each day. “With a historic number of encounters at the southwest border, the Biden administration has not made a good faith effort to restart the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy nor have they made meaningful attempts at addressing the border crisis they created,” the source said. “Less than 40 migrants are enrolled in MPP daily.”

Additionally, a DHS spokesperson told the DCNF that the department is working with the Mexican government “to address security concerns and operational constraints during MPP’s restart,” adding that they could not reveal any details about the location and numbers of the initial returns. 


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