Biden’s administration has all but turned a blind eye to the compounding disaster at the southern border, where hundreds of thousands of people have already illegally crossed into the US this year alone.
On top of the hundreds of people being jam-packed into processing centers amid a global pandemic and the tens of thousands of migrants in a makeshift camp underneath an overpass in Del Rio, Texas, physical and sexual assaults of unaccompanied migrant children have been taking place at surprising rates in government-contracted facilities.
HHS documents first reported by Fox News on Wednesday illustrated the dark reality faced by some migrant children, with 33 instances of "sexual abuse" against unaccompanied minors tied to voluntary agencies contracting with the federal government.
Congressional Democrats are working their tails off to pass Biden’s massive spending proposals. One of the largest currently making its way through Congress has attracted warnings from Republicans, who say it will further grow inflation.
p> Federal unemployment benefits extended from the previous administration’s COVID-19 answer have formed a massive labor shortage in the U.S., with prices of goods and services growing because of it, as well as supply chain problems.
Proposed deficit-spending of another $3.5 trillion has spurred inflation fears, with alarms being sounded by many Republicans.
A disaster inherited from his predecessor, Biden’s answer to the pandemic, let alone the currently prevailing delta variant, has been rife with contradictions.
Under the mandate, companies with over 100 employees would be asked to have all employees vaccinated or test negative weekly before going back to the office.
Biden had previously promised in December that there would not be a nationwide vaccine mandate, with his administration doubling down just two months before on the stance, maintaining the mandates were "not the role" of the federal government.