President Biden’s border agency has sent a small number of rescued Cuban migrants into a holding center at a U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to Radio Television Marti.
“More than 20 Cuban citizens are currently in the Migrant Operations Center, at the Guantánamo Naval Base (MOC), waiting for a third country to grant them refuge,” Radio Television Marti reported, adding,
The 28 migrants were rescued [at sea] by the Coast Guard and, later, transferred to the Guantánamo Naval Base in boats of the official entity between October 1, 2021 and September 30, 2022.
The spokesperson indicated that, after being interviewed, [the border agency] determined that the migrants expressed a well-founded fear of persecution or torture if they were repatriated. He also clarified that foreigners are not detained and can request their return to their respective countries whenever they wish.
The small-scale detention is not intended to stop the massive wave of migrants from moving via Mexico into Americans’ society, jobs, homes, and schools.
So far, Biden’s Cuban-born, open-borders fanatic and Dept. of Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas has allowed at least 2.5 million poor migrants across the southern border, including 280,000 Cubans.
Mayorkas’s pseudo-legal immigration network has no official name, said Rosemary Jenks, the government relations director at NumbersUSA.com. “He is using the pretense that has is doing it legally,” Jenks said, while he insists he is “building a safe, orderly, and humane immigration system.”