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Kamala Harris laughs at migrants held in inhumane conditions

By V4 Agency

During his term, former US President Donald Trump was consistently accused of treating migrants badly, but new photos reveal that the Biden administration is keeping immigrants, in many cases children, in inhumane conditions. Vice President Kamala Harris appears to have laughed off the issue.

Texas Democratic representative Henry Cuellar released a series of leaked photos showing the deplorable, overcrowded conditions of migrants, with many children among them, being held in the US near the Mexican border. According to Cuellar, unaccompanied migrant children live in eight “pods”, each designed to hold up to 260 people. However, Border Patrol officials are actually holding more than 400 unaccompanied male minors in the spaces, the Texas congressman said. Although the photos were not taken by Cuellar, they clearly show the miserable conditions of the immigrants in the accommodation centres.

The investigative portal Project Veritas has released additional photos. According to James O’Keefe, up to 3,000 unaccompanied migrant minors are being held in the centres, often well beyond the 72-hour legal holding limit for minors. He also asserted the following:

The situation has triggered a huge scandal in the United States.

Vice President Kamala Harris was asked on Monday if she would make a visit to the border. Ms Harris, who has a friendly relationship with the Soros clan, simply laughed and said “not today.”

The Biden administration is trying to solve the situation by spending 86 million dollars of US taxpayers’ money to accommodate the migrants in motels.

US President Donald Trump has been attacked several times over migrant crises on the southern border of the US. The issue of “cages” also came up in last year’s presidential debate, in which Trump reminded his challenger that reception centers were built on the border during Barack Obama’s term.

“Who built the cages, Joe?”, Trump asked the question.

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