Well, it looks like we found out where Border Patrol and El Paso police took all those migrants that were living on the streets before Joe Biden’s visit.
There were rumors of a massive tent city being built, and it turns out those rumors were true.
The administration has erected a massive tent housing complex built to hold about 1,000 people.
The tent is reportedly the size of 23 football fields.
Let’s Go Camping
The border holding facility in El Paso is built to hold a little more than 1,000 people.
That facility has had three to four times that according to recent reports.
Biden has somehow managed to keep a very tight lid on this, so we only get the occasional pictures when members of Congress visit these facilities and are able to get videos out.
Those videos have not been pretty, with bodies stacked on bodies and only inches separating people, which is why El Paso was eventually forced to send them all to the streets.
Thankfully, that massive surge the area had seen with more than 2,000 migrants per day in just this one area has subsided a bit.
After El Paso’s mayor declared a state of emergency, additional assets were sent to the area by Greg Abbott, which is more than likely why we are seeing fewer entries in this area.
As part of that force, 400 Texas National Guard members have been assigned to El Paso to help border agents.
This is a lull, but it will probably only be a brief one.
Arguments regarding Title 42 are going to be heard next month on the Supreme Court.
If that hearing goes the way I would expect, the temporary order will be lifted, and border numbers will start to surge once again.
The Biden administration has already been taking a victory lap with the lower border numbers, but like gasoline prices, I would suspect it is only a temporary break.
Source: New York Post