Monday, the White House conceded that illegals are not required to show proof of vaccination, even though other travelers to the United States are required to show proof or a negative, resulting coronavirus test.
When asked about the blatant double standards on vaccination requirements, White House press secretary Jen Psaki argued that illegal immigrants do not intend to stay in the United States.
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“They’re not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time,” she said, referring to migrants. “I don’t think it’s the same thing. It’s not the same thing.”
Nearly 15,000 primarily Haitian illegals have created a crude camp under the Del Rio International Bridge on the border of Texas and Mexico that seek to enter the United States.
Psaki admitted to the double standard for illegals and Americans working for private businesses with over 100 employees under Biden’s vaccine mandates on September 10.
That is correct,” she said when a reporter pointed out the double standard.
Psaki continued repeating her talking points about the illegals crossing the border and “the intention” to quarantine those demonstrating symptoms of the virus.
According to reports, 30 percent of illegals held in detention facilities have refused vaccines.
She said the United States continued using Title 42 authorities to expel some migrants from Haiti crossing the border into Texas.
“We want to prevent a scenario where large numbers of people are gathering, posing a threat to the community and also the migrants themselves,” she said.