[Ed. – The verdict from sources: basically, the Biden administration will be ushering 10,000-12,000 migrants into the country with virtually no processing, in order to get them out of Del Rio before the BLM protest. In other words, Biden will be complying with no-borders activists’ demands, for fear of a radical-left protest. BLM and similar groups won’t fail to learn the obvious lesson about the opportunity for extortion.]
“They want those people out from under that bridge so they can’t be seen anymore,” the first official said. “It’s an optics thing. They are moving them around for process and release. They’re going to have everyone at the bridge gone in the next two days.”
As of Thursday morning, fewer than 4,000 noncitizens remained under the bridge. Roughly 3,000 to 5,000 of the 15,000 have been deported or are expected to be expelled. The remaining 10,000 to 12,000 people will be released into the country and permitted to travel nationwide, according to two top officials at different DHS agencies that handle border and immigration matters.
The sudden push to get everyone out of the squalid living conditions is only happening now following orders from the West Wing. Federal authorities learned this week of a Black Lives Matter protest scheduled to take place near the bridge this weekend and moved quickly to avoid a more chaotic scene.