During a leisurely bike ride, a reporter confronted Joe Biden and asked him how he thought “things are going at the border?” amid the ongoing chaos.
Biden literally laughed at the border crisis.
When asked how things were proceeding after the expiration of Title 42, Biden told a group of reporters, “Much better than you all expected,” Biden said, laughing as the border chaos continues.
The Trump-era policy forced migrants seeking asylum to remain in Mexico while the immigration worked on cases.
Biden’s chuckle shouldn’t be taken lightly, though.
Things are not going “better than expected,” as Biden claims.
As The Daily Fetched reported last week, a teenage Honduran migrant died while in the custody of the Biden administration’s Department of Health and Human Services.
The 17-year-old from Olanchito, Honduras, appeared to be healthy before being turned over to the agency.
The deceased migrant teen was identified as Ángel Eduardo Maradiaga Espinoza, the Associated Press reported.
Meanwhile, homeless veterans are being booted from New York hotels to accommodate the influx of illegal immigrants.
The Daily Fetched also reported that ex-military, including a 24-year-old man in desperate need of help after serving his country in Afghanistan, were evicted from their temporary housing to make way for the illegal migrants flooding into the city amid the end of Title 42.
“Do you have any plans to visit the border?” the reporter asked Biden.
“No,” Biden said.
The Department of Homeland Security is now forcing officers to work all weekend to deal with the influx of illegal aliens into the U.S.
As The Daily Mail reported:
Almost 300 newly arrived migrants were released by officials in Yuma, Arizona, on Friday illustrating how border cities are struggling to cope with a huge surge in arrivals in the past week.
On Thursday, the mayor of Yuma announced that CBP was planning releases in the city of migrants who had not undergone full processing, although he insisted they had been ‘vetted.’
And on Friday afternoon, three white buses with blacked out windows pulled into the Yuma Public Safety Training Facility close to the city’s airport.
The location was a closely held secret, but DailyMail.com was on hand to witness the release. A briefing document said 141 were being freed.
Streams of people could be seen climbing out of the buses and being directed to a shaded holding area, where there was at least some shelter from 96F temperatures.