Florida Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson on Thursday referred to as on President Biden to “pay” these fleeing Latin America for the U.S. southern border to “incentivize” them to stay of their nation of origin. 

“Fly to those countries,” she stated whereas addressing the Biden administration. “Give money to these people. Set up jobs. Give them some sort of incentives to stay in their country to work.” 

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Wilson stated the FBI has tracked the actions of cartels profiting off of smuggling schemes by way of “chatter” on Facebook and stated an estimated 60,000 extra are anticipated to make the journey from Panama, Chile, Brazil and Ecuador. 

The Biden administration has come below fireplace from each Democrats and Republicans for its response to the migrant disaster on the southern border. 

Tensions soared this week after photos surfaced exhibiting U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers confronting migrants making an attempt to illegally cross the border into Del Rio, Texas.

Officials on horseback tried to dam migrants from crossing the river and one officer appeared to swing his reins whereas a migrant was close by. Democratic lawmakers falsely accused officers of beating migrants with whips, though border brokers don’t carry whips and the pictures don’t present any agent putting a migrant. 

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“I am pissed,” Wilson stated. “From what I saw of Border Patrol on horseback beating Haitian people, Black people with whips – they looked like whips to me, I’ve been told they’re not whips. 

“My father was a civil rights advocate and a pacesetter, and it regarded like slavery to me,” she added.

Wilson was joined by Democrat state Sen. Shevrin Jones and community members for a press event in Miami to urge the White House to stop the deportation of Haitians who have flooded the Texas border. 

“No one ought to be deported to Haiti,” she said acknowledging both political and natural disasters that have struck the nation over the last several months. 

“Today just isn’t the time to be deporting individuals to Haiti,” she added. 

The Biden administration has continued the use of Title 42, first implemented under the Trump administration, which allows officials to forego usual immigration proceedings to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

Wilson encouraged Americans who want to pay to sponsor visas for migrants to contact her office, claiming that only children and families “are tremendous” and being given “precedence” admittance. 

“The those who they’re focusing on to deport are single Black males,” she said, adding, “and I need them right here.”