The nation's southern border continues to face a growing surge of migrant groups despite the Supreme Court's temporary injunction to keep Title 42 in place.
The Trump-era policy allows Border Patrol to turn away migrants to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Southern border hit by more migrant groups, as DHS touts efforts to stem flow amid Title 42 uncertainty https://t.co/1jbWKhH3H5
— Fox News (@FoxNews) December 22, 2022
"Fox News cameras in Eagle Pass, Texas, spotted a huge group of over 350 migrants who crossed into a private orchard in the busy part of the border. They lined up and waited to be processed, but had to wait hours for Border Patrol to show up," Fox News reported.
"Migrants along the border are facing plunging temperatures, with concerns about the potential risks of sustained exposure to freezing conditions," it added.
— New York Post (@nypost) December 20, 2022
Former President Donald Trump blasted Biden's border efforts in a recent statement.
“'Over the past two years, Joe Biden has invited millions of illegal aliens to infiltrate our country in a gigantic unlawful invasion,' said Trump in a statement Monday, shortly after the Jan. 6 Select Committee announced it was recommending criminal charges for Trump and his role in the January 6 capitol insurrection, "the New York Post reported.
“By abolishing what remains of Title 42, Biden is willfully and deliberately triggering a cataclysm of illegal immigration like the world has never seen before,” Trump’s statement continued.
The ongoing high numbers do not expect to drop, as the Biden administration has offered no real plan to change the situation.
Instead, governors like Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott are leading their own efforts.
Abbott sent 400 National Guardsmen to El Paso after an average of 2,400 migrants per day over the past week began entering the city and overwhelming resources.
Source: Fox News