의 위에 “ReidOut,” Reid reported on the growing number of deaths attributed to an abandoned tractor-trailer found in Texas Monday evening. Although authorities linked the deaths to ongoing human trafficking issues, Reid quickly suggested that the U.S.’s “단단한” immigration policies may be a factor.
“It feels like these are the kinds of tragedies that happen when you make migration so hard that people become so desperate that they are willing to climb into or put their children into the back of an un-air conditioned truck,” 리드가 말했다.
Hinojosa appeared to downplay the actions of the smugglers, saying the dead migrants are “a result of the police state” at the border.
“지금, what you are going to hear is ‘it’s the smuggler’s fault, it’s the smuggler’s fault, it’s the smuggler’s fault.’ 알 잖아, I’ve been covering this for several decades now and smugglers have been bringing people over in all of the entirety of the time I’ve been covering this story. You didn’t used to hear these kinds of stories, these kinds of deaths,” 그녀는 설명했다.
인도적 지원 전문가가 우크라이나에서 안전한 곳으로 어린이를 극적으로 구조한 사실을 밝혔습니다., “이것은, 사실로, a result of the police state that exists now along the U.S./Mexico border in general. 텍사스에서, people just don’t realize you can’t kind of just get in a car and drive through the state of Texas. The Border Patrol is everywhere. There are checkpoints. And this is what people will resort to. It is horrible. It is just an absolute horrible, horrible death.”
Reid also brought up the “멕시코에 남다” 수단 established by the Trump administration as a factor in the smuggling crisis as well.
“권리. The whole Remain in Mexico policy, it was created by the Trump administration. 그래서, you are right, the problem is that the Biden administration has not been able to rescind it and now may be forced because of this very strange Supreme Court that we have in power in the United States of America,” Hinojosa said.
그녀는 말했다 “멕시코에 남다” 수단 “means that you are taking people and forcing them into a much more vulnerable situation.”
“How much more can we say? That the people who died, 예를 들면, these people, 그만큼 53 people who died – they were the people that still had dreams about this country. They were the people that still think about the capacity of this country to deliver on these dreams. And yet they are dying because of heat and because of trying to get away from the border patrol,” Hinojosa said.
“And indifference,” Reid added.