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The "disappearing Haitians" mystery is solved. You've been lied to
Yesterday, when writing about the conflicting stories coming out of the Del Rio Haitian encampment, I concluded my analysis with an assumption. “There’s more to this story than we’re being told.” A number of things being reported about how the Biden administration has been dealing with more than 14,000 Haitians, particularly the aggressive tactics being employed and the rapid deportation schedule, simply didn’t add up. Part of that just comes down to the math. We were told that flights leaving for Haiti were only carrying a bit more than 100 deportees each. Basic math suggests that it would take several weeks to send them all home at that pace. And yet by yesterday, the number of Haitians was reportedly down to roughly 7,000. Sure, some of them may have gone back over the border to Mexico (where they would face deportation anyway), but not half of the entire camp, right?
Well, the Associated Press seems to have cracked the case. There are lots of Haitian migrants who are no longer camping out under the overpass near Del Rio. But they weren’t all put on planes and sent home as Alejandro Mayorkas promised on Monday. Thousands of them were simply bussed to other areas along the border and released.
The lies from Xiden & Co. are never ending.