Biden signs migration ‘pact’ with 20 Latin American countries

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have let the migration crisis at the southern U.S. border get ridiculously out of hand after entering office last year and virtually striking down every last one of former President Donald Trump’s highly effective related policies.

According to the Washington Examiner, as the number of migrants crossing illegally into the United States — and other Western countries — continues to spike to record numbers on a daily basis, Biden, along with the leaders of some 20 Latin American countries, signed a piece of paper.

The paper, a so-called migration pact, or “Los Angeles Pact,” which the president claims will transform the regional approach to the migration crisis, essentially does nothing to address the crisis here at home, where border communities are being overrun, drained of resources, and spiking in crime rates as a result of the hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants hopping the border.

The president still hasn’t visited the southern U.S. border, but went into great detail about his new migration “pact.”

“With this declaration, we’re transforming our approach to managing migration in the Americas,” the president said. “Each of us is signing up to commitments that recognizes the challenges we all share and the responsibility that impacts on all of our nations, and that will take all of our nations.”

Biden explained that from an American standpoint, the pact essentially means that the U.S. government will begin pumping even more money into the situation, especially border communities, to accommodate the influx of illegals.

“First, stability and assistance, making sure communities that are welcoming refugees can afford to care for them, to educate them in their education, medical care, shelter and job opportunities,” Biden said while explaining the pact.

He added: “We know that safe, orderly and legal migration is good for all our economies. But we need to halt the dangerous and unlawful ways people are migrating and the dangerous ways. Unlawful migration is not acceptable, and we’ll secure our borders, including through innovative, coordinated actions with our regional partners.”

Harris, who was supposed to be in charge of the issue, but who has grossly failed to make any meaningful change, was too busy to be at the big pact-signing, as she was begging for donations for Democratic candidates in South Carolina.