DHS Bungles 200K Immigration Cases: Biden Inherited Obama’s Mess!

It’s a paperwork catastrophe, folks! Get ready to roll your eyes at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), where apparently filing paperwork is as foreign a concept as following a vegan diet in Texas. The latest blunder? Missing out on filing key paperwork for a whopping 200,000 immigration court cases. Yep, you heard it right. That’s like losing 200,000 socks in the laundry – except these aren’t socks, they’re people’s lives hanging in the balance!

Now, let’s not sugarcoat it – 200,000 cases being tossed aside is a big deal. But let’s put things in perspective, shall we? Sure, 200,000 may sound like a lot, but when you’re dealing with millions of folks crossing the border like it’s a Black Friday sale at Walmart, maybe it’s just a drop in the overflowing immigration bucket. I mean, who’s counting anyway, right?

According to the brilliant minds at the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (or TRAC for the cool kids), the DHS failed to file what’s called a Notice to Appear (NTA) in these cases. It’s like showing up for a job interview and realizing you forgot your resume – except in this case, it’s the DHS dropping the ball and leaving these immigrants, who are often asylum seekers, in legal limbo. And we all know how much fun legal limbo is, right? Hint: it’s about as fun as a root canal during a power outage.

But hold on to your MAGA hats because it gets even better. This paperwork faux pas didn’t just start yesterday. Oh no, it goes all the way back to the Obama days, with data showing this mess dates back to 2014. But guess what? The real fun begins in 2018 when the numbers start skyrocketing faster than a SpaceX rocket. 2019, 2020, 2021 – it’s like a bad reality show where the plot just keeps getting more ridiculous. And guess who’s at the helm now, trying to steer this sinking ship? You guessed it, the Biden administration!

So, what’s the moral of the story? Well, for starters, maybe the DHS needs a crash course in Office Administration 101. And secondly, maybe, just maybe, it’s time for the so-called “adults” in power to stop twiddling their thumbs and start fixing these basic blunders. Because at the end of the day, it’s not just paperwork they’re mishandling – it’s people’s lives.

Written by Staff Reports

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