After backlash and outrage throughout social media, the White Home is addressing viral pictures and video of border patrol brokers in Texas seen using round horseback and whipping Haitian migrants trying to cross the Rio Grande into the USA.

“I’ve seen a number of the footage. I don’t have the total context. I can’t think about what context would make that applicable, however I don’t have further particulars,” White Home press secretary Jen Psaki mentioned, in response to NBC News. “I don’t suppose anybody seeing that footage would suppose it’s acceptable or applicable.”

Reuters reports lots of of Haitian migrants have been dwelling in a makeshift campsite below a bridge within the city of Del Rio, Texas whereas awaiting the development of their pending immigration standing. U.S. officers have permitted them to go to Ciudad Acuña in Mexico in pursuit of meals and provides, and return by means of a shallow level of the river.

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Video is circulating of the violent interactions. [Content Warning: Graphic Violence]

That permission was revoked over the weekend when brokers started returning migrants to Haiti whereas those that traveled into Mexico had been advised they wouldn’t be allowed to return again into the USA.

Video posted on Twitter reveals an agent wielding a whip and swinging at a migrant as they struggled to navigate by means of the water. One other incident confirmed an officer seize the shirt of a person carrying baggage of meals, which was captured within the above image. Each managed to evade officers.

“We’re always assessing circumstances on the bottom.” Psaki mentioned. “Clearly our goal right here isn’t just to work to handle the circumstances — that are very tough — in Del Rio, but in addition to proceed to work with the officers in Haiti to enhance the circumstances [and] to supply help. We’re doing all these items on the identical time.”

Psaki wouldn’t touch upon whether or not the Biden Administration will change their coverage over returning migrants to Haiti.