Haitians Seeking Refuge Are Deported Back To Civil Unrest | MSNBC 1

Haitians Seeking Refuge Are Deported Back To Civil Unrest | MSNBC

 

Under President Biden, The Haitian Bridge Alliance reports there have been an average of 30 deportation flights to Haiti since February. President of The Haitian Bridge Alliance, Guerline Jozef, joins American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss what’s at stake for the people of Haiti, and why she feels the Biden administration needs to end Title 42.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Haitians Seeking Refuge Are Deported Back To Civil Unrest | MSNBC

51 comments

    1. @John Mags It doesn’t revolve around your ideology that Americans are responsible for the world’s problems either.

    2. @Shiloh Saves most homeless are a result of mental illness. But these same dipshits think it’s wrong to put them somewhere safe from themselves and others..

    3. Yes it is. Destroying countries while ignorant hypocrites like you act like you got nothing to do with this. Disgusting fool.

    1. If you don’t like it Russia and N Korea are welcoming trumpunzees all day long. Don’t come back stupid deplorable trumpunzee.

  1. Beijing Biden’s description of America: ‘Whoa is me… America is a horrible place full of white supremacy, restricted voting, and systemic racism.” So, why, does a whole world of people want to come here to live, it’s a mystery. Any people stopped from coming here is good. We’re doing them a favor. After all, Joe says this is a horrid place.

    1. @Josef Jerbils Other Countries do have the same problems, but how are US immigration problems so politicised, and tethered to where immigrant and asylum seekers are from? I recall a state like Florida been very hospitable to white Cuban “illegal immigrants”, up to until when Castro also started sending the black ones, then all pandemonium broke loose. I don’t believed your statistical claim on the number of “illegal” Mexicans—however, I can tell you this surrendering one self at the nearest border point to the authorities to claim asylum is not illegal. I recall, Americans occupying forces encouraging East Germans to jump the Berlin Wall to seek asylum in West Germany. Can you see a pattern of revisionism on what the US knows to be facts or not, based on politics?

    2. @V N “White Cubans”? You crack me up, and it has nothing to do with race. I know that bothers you.

    3. @Josef Jerbils I don’t expect, need or want you not to deny racism, I actually welcome your denialisms. And yes, “white Cubans” liked that loud, obtuse and abnoxious fool next door in Texas Ted Cruz, they call themselves “Hispanics”, but they are really just white, and identify themselves as Caucasians.

    4. @V N I don’t have to deny something that I’m not, just like you don’t have to deny being a misguided social justice warrior. Race has nothing to do with legal immigration based on actual hardship, unless you want to allow Russians to emigrate to the U.S. due to policies that brought about their economic collapse.

    5. @Josef Jerbils Yeh, are you sure you know much of US immigration history? How did the Irish, Italians and European Jews migrate to the US enmass, and why not from Africa or Central America? They literally advertised for immigration from those countries, and it had EVERYTHING to do with race. This ‘whitefication’ immigration policies from Europe were, not only in the US but also other colonies in South America, like Chile, Argentina and Brazil, with devastating consequences to the natives in those countries. You think the US didn’t take Russian immigrants enmass, they came in waves from 1860s to 1930s, literally in the millions. Oh well, i suppose ignorance costs your political views nothing!

  2. Seems to me that the us would be better off helping these countries become economically and politically stable. Much cheaper and if people have a decent life where they’re at less migration to America.

    1. Hey silver spoon Alicia menendez, your congressman daddy bob menedez sucks, only thing bipartisan in congress is Cold War with China and huge military spending

    2. Maybe America should get out of their country’s business so things wouldn’t be so messed up in Haiti. Ignorant fool.

    1. Hey silver spoon Alicia menendez, your congressman daddy bob menedez sucks, only thing bipartisan in congress is Cold War with China and huge military spending

  3. I’m old enough to remember when Hillary Clinton & Laura Silsby were given a Noble Peace Prize, for fixing Haiti’s Orphanage problems.

    1. Hey silver spoon Alicia menendez, your congressman daddy bob menedez sucks, only thing bipartisan in congress is Cold War with China and huge military spending

  4. And they want dominican republic r take care of them usa . France and Canada are responsible for them they can take all of them to those countries

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