This ain't rocket surgery.
--stop using "hielera." Seriously. Quit it.
--stop cramming people in like freaking sardines*
--give sick people proper medical treatment
Ta Freaking Da!
*This is the "crux" of CBP's "issue" albeit a manufactured one. It, too, has solutions...
I may have mentioned them before. A LOT. Interestingly, the Chair of the House Finance Committee brought them up yesterday in his opening statement to Acting DHS Head McAleenan. But basically it can be summed up in two words (and they ain't "the wall"):
They need to "process" people more quickly, they need more staff to do it. They need to be able to keep people healthy, fed, warm, they need staff dedicated to those tasks, not pulled off other jobs to do it. They need to do CFIs quickly, but PROPERLY.
-contracted medical, critical care outfit (through a non-profit?) to handle day to day food, clothing, health, etc.
-more USCIS CF Interviewers
-MORE IMMIGRATION JUDGES, OMG
It's not just a humanitarian crisis, but a matter of human rights violations going on, right in front of our faces.
-Long trek from Northern Triangle
-Exhaustion, immunocompromised, faced w/metering & The List
-Decide on a faster, more dangerous path into the US
-At CBP "holding facility," unhealthy conditions.