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Republican leaders are demanding full access to Joe Biden's migrant centers on Friday, or else. Senator Lindsey Graham declares, "I am going down with 18 senators Friday, and if I'm denied the ability to look into any place I want to go, we're going to shut the Senate down."
Biden repeatedly challenged President Trump on his immigration policies, which saw only 500 children separated from their parents, saying, "It makes us a laughing stock; it violates every notion of who we are as a nation."
Now, in Dallas, Texas alone, 1,500 children are separated into what Biden formerly called "cages."
Dallas bishop Edward Burns praised local Catholic charities for their efforts, saying, "We are compelled to offer comfort, aid and understanding to those who survived a perilous journey to come here."
Downplaying security, Burns continues, "While every country has a right to protect its borders, every person has a right to a better life."
Hundreds more children near the border are being crammed into holding spaces intended for a fraction of the number, as Graham details: "Pod 3-A, according to your reporting, is supposed to hold 80 people. There were 694 children in Pod 3-A being managed by two border patrol agents."
Under Trump, liberals were in tears over women and children being detained, with Democrat representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez crying out that "children [are] being separated from their parents in front of an American flag."
Now, Vice President Kamala Harris responded to a reporter who asked, "Do you have plans to visit the border?" with a laughing response: "Not today." Kamala Harris is leading the response to the immigration crisis.
Graham asks, "Where are all the liberal hypocrites? Where's AOC? Where's Elizabeth Warren? Where's Vice President Harris, who basically protested outside of a facility in Homestead, Florida during the Trump years holding migrant children?"
The answer, according to Ocasio-Cortez, would appear to eliminate homeland security entirely and allow illegals unfettered entrance into America. Trump reduced the number of migrants needing to be housed to a trickle. Biden, however, has opened the floodgates, creating a humanitarian crisis.