President Joe Biden's DHS under Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has been removing 8,000 of the brightest and best from violence-ridden Haiti every month since January. The U.S. closed the embassy in August because of the escalating violence.
Almost 800 police officers have been sent to the U.S. along with many professionals and politicians, leaving the rest of the population to deal with gang violence and warring factions.
The chaos started when then-president Jovenel Moise was assassinated in 2021, and the government was unable to help the citizenry elect a new president.
The mainstream media claim that the visa program is "humanitarian," but how is it helpful to leave people without any way to govern or police themselves and take the best of society away from the populace?
Haiti is supposed to have a police force of 14,000, but the nation only has about 3,000 in place at present.
It's easy to understand why 10,000 Haitians would camp at the border trying to get into the U.S., but there's got to be a better way to address the situation than what DHS is doing.
It's important to share the news to spread the truth. Most people won't.