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So now Biden has his border patrol whipping black people

PhilFish

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Can you show any evidence that this is due to some new policy or were the border agents doing this in the past?
Wouldn't that be filed away with the same evidence that validates that migrants were actually kept in real concentration camps, a la Nazi Germany.

That sort of evidence?
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
Wouldn't that be filed away with the same evidence that validates that migrants were actually kept in real concentration camps, a la Nazi Germany.

That sort of evidence?
1. What would that have to do with guys on horseback whipping people?
2. What detention facilities are used now vs under Obama or Trump would be an interesting thread...but not relevant to this.

My point is that it is pretty unlikely that Biden ordered harsher treatment. If these guys just started using more physical methods to turn migrants around I'd love to know that...otherwise it looks like they got caught this time.
 

Alinvegas

Turn Back Better
1. What would that have to do with guys on horseback whipping people?
2. What detention facilities are used now vs under Obama or Trump would be an interesting thread...but not relevant to this.

My point is that it is pretty unlikely that Biden ordered harsher treatment. If these guys just started using more physical methods to turn migrants around I'd love to know that...otherwise it looks like they got caught this time.
" The buck stops with ME"
 

Schrodinger's Platypus

Radical Constitutional Extremist
Nope...looks like it was good while Trump was in office and suddenly became a bad thing....
Prove Trump ordered/approved/ignored/etc. whipping black people at the border.

Uh oh! Double jeopardy for you, pal! You gotta show blacks being whipped by border patrol in the Trump years AND lie your way out of justifying actual, real whippings under the (ahem!) "leadership" of a democrat!

Sux to be you boi!

Know how I know it didn't happen in the Trump years? Because if it DID happen we'd still be hearing your screeching about it. So. . .didn't happen.

Prove it did happen! Then give another excuse for you justifying blacks being whipped at the border! How can you live with yourself?
 
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Dawg

President
Supporting Member
1. What would that have to do with guys on horseback whipping people?
2. What detention facilities are used now vs under Obama or Trump would be an interesting thread...but not relevant to this.

My point is that it is pretty unlikely that Biden ordered harsher treatment. If these guys just started using more physical methods to turn migrants around I'd love to know that...otherwise it looks like they got caught this time.
No one on horse back were whiping illegals

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The truth always comes out to prove damn leftist are liars
 

sensible don

Governor
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hahahahahahaha

another top post goes down in flames

Photographer Who Captured Migrant Photos Says Agents Didn't Use Whips on Anyone



A New Mexico photographer who captured images of Haitian migrants evacuating a U.S migrant camp is addressing the controversy surrounding Border Patrol agents using whips on the immigrants while on horseback.

On Friday, Paul Ratje of New Mexico spoke to KTSM and told the outlet that the photos, which were taken on September 19, aren't what they appear to be.


"Some of the Haitian men started running, trying to go around the horses," Ratje said.

Ratje said that he and his colleagues didn't witness Border Patrol agents using whips on any of the migrants.

"I've never seen them whip anyone," Ratje said. "He was swinging it...but it can be misconstrued when you're looking at the picture."

Ratje is a photographer based in Las Cruces. He's been in Del Rio since September 17 and has primarily taken photos on the Mexican side of the U.S. border.

After the photos surfaced online, U.S. officials said they plan to launch a full investigation into what has taken place at the border. On September 20, both Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz stated that they didn't see anything wrong in the footage and photos of the alleged incident on September 17.

The Homeland Security Secretary stated that 600 Homeland Security employees were ordered to go to Del Rio to help remove migrants and refugees from the United States. Mayorkas also mentioned that the U.S. would expedite the process of continuous flights to Haiti and other adjacent countries.

According to Brandon Judd, who serves as President of the National Border Patrol Council, the number of migrants at the bridge is 14,872 as of September 16.

Mayorkas issued a stark warning to any migrants looking to seek asylum from their home base in the U.S.

"If you come to the United States illegally, you will be returned. Your journey will not succeed, and you will be endangering your life and your family's life," said Mayorkas via the Associated Press.

Meanwhile, Ortiz said that the U.S. is on pace to have the migrants removed in an acceptable amount of time.

"We're achieving our goals; we're getting there and getting to a point where we can manage the population here," Ortiz said to the Associated Press. "We are already seeing a quickly diminished [population] and will continue to see that over the coming days."

On Friday, President Joe Biden told reporters that "people will pay" as a result of Border Patrol using horses to block migrants from crossing the Rio Grande River.

"It was horrible, what you saw to see them treat people like they did," Biden told reporters. "Those people will pay, there's an investigation underway now and there will be consequences. ...It's an embarrassment, but it's beyond an embarrassment—it's dangerous, it's wrong, it sends the wrong message around the world and sends the wrong message at home. It's simply not who we are."

The Department of Homeland Security has since banned the use of horses in Del Rio.

As of September 24, Judge Lewis Owens told the Associated Press that the last group of 225 Haitian migrants at the Del Rio, Texas camp will be removed by the end of the day.


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