​​Inspector General Report Complete Following Childbirth Inside San Diego Border Patrol Station

Article subtitle: 
The Department of Homeland Security's Office of the Inspector General conducted a review of the Feb. 2020 birth of a child by a woman who had been detained by a
Article CAIRCO note: 
"Border Patrol occasionally held newborn U.S. citizens and did not always expedite their release"
Article author: 
​Bill Feather
Article publisher: 
​NBC 7 San Diego
Article date: 
July 23, 2021
Article category: 
National News
Medium
Article Body: 

A more than 15-month-long investigation by the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has been completed, following a woman in custody giving birth inside the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in San Ysidro...

The report also highlighted that the OIG's review "of a sample of childbirths in custody showed Border Patrol did not always take prompt action to expedite the release of U.S. citizen newborns, resulting in some being held in stations for multiple days and nights" and that "Border Patrol agents do not have guidelines on interpreting for Spanish-speaking detainees at hospitals" ...

CAIRCO Notes:

These "Newborn U.S. Citizens" birthed on U.S. soil by illegal aliens will grow up and vote. Among Latinos. they tend to favor the Democrat party when voting.