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Unwilling to take the necessary steps to secure our border and unable to handle the surge of migrants then-candidate Biden all but invited to come to the U.S. illegally, the Biden administration has apparently decided to simply release 400 illegal alien families per day into the U.S. As a point of reference, the total number of such released families earlier this year was 50 per day.

A couple of weeks ago, I reported that San Diego's political leaders have allowed the federal government to use the famed San Diego Convention Center as an illegal immigrant shelter to address the continuing Biden border crisis. Despite the fact many area schools aren't allowed in-person schooling due to COVID19 rules, some teachers were willing to do such teaching for the teenage immigrants. The flow of migrants is so steady that a third wave is now in San Diego, with more soon to be processed.

San Diego County has answered a call by HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra to house unaccompanied minors who cross the U.S. border illegally. Under the federally funded HHS Refugee Resettlement Program, children who cross the border without parents will be offered food, shelter, and healthcare until they can be processed. In San Diego, 70 of the 700 girls currently being housed at the San Diego Convention Center have tested positive for COVID-19.

According to The Washington Post, phase two of the migration surge at the border could contain a lot of families:
DHS expects approximately 500,000 to 800,000 migrants to arrive as part of a family group during the 2021 fiscal year that ends in September, a quantity that would equal or exceed the record numbers who entered in 2019, according to government data reviewed by The Washington Post. Officials are racing to find facilities to house these families ahead of their release, along with additional staff to process an increase in humanitarian and asylum claims.
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