This Thursday, the White House was “warned” for Two immigrant girls were dropped from the top of the wall by smugglers In New Mexico, undocumented people are required to avoid putting themselves in the hands of people who “abusive” them.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki (Jen Psaki) mentioned the video released by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Wednesday at the daily press conference. A man dropped two Ecuadorian girls, aged 3 and 5 years, from the top of the 14-foot-high (4.2-meter) border wall.. Psaki said: “Anyone of us who has watched the tape will be extremely shocked by these things human traffickers have done.”
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador, these girls “They are in danger and are receiving the necessary care” After being discovered and taken care of by U.S. border agents.
The White House spokeswoman thanked the border agents for “rescuing” the two hatcheries and said: “We want to send a clear message to the region (Latin America) that now is not the time; They must not bring their children to this human trafficker, they abuse the weaknesses of these communities. “
The Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, also lamented on Wednesday “the inhumane way traffickers abuse children They benefited from the despair of their parents“And described it as “criminally and morally condemned.”
“solo This month, a little girl drowned and a six-month-old baby was thrown into the riverMajorcas said in a statement that two little girls were thrown out of the wall and left alone in the desert.
Migrant girls have been discharged from hospital and now Awaiting delivery in border patrol custody The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which will try to transport it to potential relatives in the United States and process asylum applications.
In the past few weeks, The number of minors crossing the border has increased sharply Unaccompanied on the border between the United States and Mexico, the border border patrol center has been saturated and has aroused criticism from the Biden administration.
Currently there are approximately 18,000 unaccompanied minors Custody by the customs.