The attention to detail our agents demonstrate while preforming their duties can be the difference between life and death. It is heartbreaking and frustrating to know that there are children being abandoned without remorse or concern for their lives and wellbeing. – Chief Garcia t.co/k8FXzoX9OQ pic.twitter.com/0lTc8hlUHk
— Chief Patrol Agent Del Rio Texas (@USBPChiefDRT) September 14, 2021
Biden’s open border policy has dire consequences for some who are too young to survive when abandoned.
Two very young children (2-years old and 3-months old) happened to be spotted by border patrol agents along the Rio Grande. If they hadn’t been seen and rescued they would not have survived. The two children are from Honduras.
The border patrol reports:
At approximately noon, Border Patrol Riverine agents assigned to the Eagle Pass South Station were performing boat operations when they noticed an unusual color on the riverbank. As agents investigated the item, they discovered two small children abandoned. Agents quickly responded and safely retrieved both children.
A note under the infant safety carrier revealed the 2-year-old girl and 3-month-old boy, both nationals of Honduras, were siblings. A thorough search of the area was conducted and no additional individuals were encountered.