The Biden administration is set to revive the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” immigration policy.
The Mexican Navy and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration seized 2.5 tons of methamphetamine and 100,000 fentanyl pills headed to the U.S. Authorities made the bust last week after spotting a speedboat, which was transporting five people in an irregular manner near Ensenada, Mexico.
The U.S. is asking Mexico to let the Drug Enforcement Administration and other agents into the country.
The Biden administration reportedly knew about the Haitian migrant surge months in advance.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with the Mexican government to discuss the development of a new bilateral security framework for security, public health and safe communities to address multiple issues the previous initiative failed to do.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) has sounded the alarm on the crisis at the southern border. During an interview released Monday, she said Joe Biden’s refusal to help border states is a “complete failure of leadership.”
A new wave of migrants, mostly Haitians, are headed to the U.S. from Panama. In a recent interview, Panama’s Foreign Minister Erika Mouynes warned that as many as 60,000 migrants are headed north to the U.S.-Mexico border.
For the first time in six years, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration issued a public safety alert after agents arrested more than 800 people and seized 1.8 million counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl. Deputy U.S. Attorney General Lisa Monaco and DEA Administrator Annie Milgram announced along with the synthetic pills, 712 kilograms of fentanyl powder and 158 weapons were also seized.
The human smuggling business is booming as record-breaking numbers of illegal immigrants cross the border, but don’t blame Mexico, blame Joe Biden as the President of Mexico says the surge is directly linked to the perception of Biden being the ‘migrant president.’