In the “cover message,” Harris blames the Trump administration for the recent surge in illegal immigration after explaining that she believes “In Central America, the root causes of migration run deep—and migration from the region has a direct impact on the United States. For that reason, our nation must consistently engage with the region to address the hardships that cause people to leave Central America and come to our border.”
“For decades, our nation has engaged in Central America. Often well intentioned, the engagement has often not been consistent. And over the last few years, the United States significantly pulled back from work in the region,” the message states.
The report offers four short term solutions that the administration insists will be effective in stemming the flow of illegal immigration.
“We will build a coalition of people, organizations, and businesses committed to creating economic opportunity and fostering political will for structural reforms in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras,” the report states.
The Biden administration believes that if they “work with the private sector to mobilize investment in the region to
create economic opportunity” that will also help stem the tide.
“We will address humanitarian needs from the fall 2020 hurricanes, provide training and finance to jump start the economies after COVID-19 and hurricane devastation, and provide critical support to those in need of food assistance. We will focus on education and training for youth,” the report continues.
In an apparent attempt to influence the future of the region’s politics, the Biden Administration also intends to “Ensure people in the region know about the United States’ commitment to supporting good governance, economic opportunities, and security so they understand help is on the way to build hope for a better future at home. We will communicate clearly to governments in the region that the United States wants to be a partner in their success, but that this partnership requires a shared commitment to inclusive and transparent democratic governance.”
The report also offers medium-term solutions such as promoting “reform,” creating “economic opportunity,” fighting “corruption, combatting “insecurity,” as well as addressing “climate change” and improving “disaster preparedness.”
In the long-term, the report states, the administration really hopes to influence the political and economic future of the region.
According to a recent article from the Washington Examiner:
More than 1.8 million illegal immigrants are expected to cross the U.S.-Mexico border this year, making it the “worst ever” on record, highlighting President Joe Biden’s failed policies, according to a new forecast.
The projection from Princeton Policy Advisors showed that a high of 1,864,000 illegal immigrants could cross the southwest border based on current trends and past averages.
The report, provided to Secrets, said that would be 250,000 more than the next highest number recorded in 2000.
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