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Texas rancher Stephanie Canales called the Biden administration’s treatment of the situation ‘a joke.’
‘You want to laugh, it’s a joke. And those of us that live down here every day that are dealing with this, it has not improved at all,’ Canales told Fox Business.
‘It just continues to get worse. And I don’t care what lies they spew to the American people. They are lies because it’s only gotten worse every day.’
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The migrants were taken to a detention center and released on American soil, where they are free to remain while a migration judge reviews their cases.
Drone video shows huge line of hundreds of migrants who illegally crossed the border into Brownsville, Texas, days before the end of Title 42
By James Gordon For Dailymail.com
Published: 00:14 EDT, 8 May 2023
A huge line of consisting of hundreds of migrants who crossed into the U.S. illegally from Mexico into Brownsville, Texas was caught on camera on Sunday evening.
The line could best be seen from the air as footage from Fox News‘ drone tea, attempted to capture the enormity of the as it snaked off into the distance.
The great majority of the migrants looked to be single adults. Many of those waiting in line did not appear to have baggage of any kind with most simply holding a plastic bag containing important documents.
Although it is not clear exactly where the migrants had arrived from, over the last two weeks there has been a surge of Venezuelan migrants through South Texas, particularly in and around Brownsville. The reasons for the surge are unclear.
On Friday U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas noted that Mexico has agreed week to continue taking back Venezuelans who enter the U.S. illegally even after asylum restrictions end Thursday, along with Cubans, Haitians and Nicaraguans.