As Border Crisis Worsens, ICE Pampers Transgender Migrants at Detainment Camps

As an unprecedented national emergency at the U.S. southern border continues to worsen, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is promoting how tolerant they are toward transgender migrants to celebrate Pride Month.

A video released by ICE showed government personnel performing a host of services to make transgender migrants feel comfortable and pampered while they are held in a facility as they attempt to gain refugee status.

Transgender migrants were shown how to braid their hair to accentuate their femininity, working on their gardening skills, using elliptical machines, shooting hoops, playing volleyball, enjoying meals, writing leisurely, enjoying medical care, reading in a library, using computers, singing songs, and getting access to subsidized legal services to help them become legal U.S. residents.

ICE released tweets showing the world their “Dedicated Transgender Unit” at the Cibola County Correctional Center in Milan, NM.

While ICE focuses on virtue signaling for the LGBT community, the border crisis is worse than ever. Recent data shows that African migrants are pouring across the U.S. southern border in record numbers.

“We are continuing to see a rise in apprehensions of immigrants from countries not normally encountered in our area,” said Raul Ortiz, who works as the head of the U.S. Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector.

Over 500 African migrants were found coming across the border by the Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector in just one week. That dwarfs the 211 African migrants that were found crossing the border during the entire year of 2018.

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan addressed troubling numbers last week showing how migrants are skipping hearings meant to adjudicate their asylum status and thus flooding the nation as federal officials lack the resources to stop the invasion.

“Out of those 7,000 cases, 90 received final orders of removal in absentia, 90 percent,” McAleenan said to Sen Lindsey Graham (R-SC) during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, describing the results of a DHS pilot program tracking families making asylum requests.

“90 percent did not show up?” Graham asked.

“Correct. That is a recent sample from families crossing the border,” McAleenan replied.

ICE would be wise to put 100 percent of their resources toward solving a crisis that is an existential threat to the future of the U.S. rather than worrying about the feelings of a population predisposed for mental illness and lascivious behavior.

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