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In Midst of Border Crisis, DHS Releases Coloring Book for Children


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While dealing with more illegal immigrants crossing the southern border than at any time in U.S. history, the Department of Homeland Security managed to find time to create a children's coloring book.

In the book, entitled Jobs We Do, children can fill in 14 different images that showcase DHS, including one that features a man in a biohazard suit counting radiation after an apparent nuclear attack. Another features an airport security dog. The book was produced by the DHS "Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer."

No public statement has been made on the coloring book's release, the first of its kind in agency history. One senior DHS staffer who flagged it for the Washington Free Beacon called it "laughable."

"It makes a lot of sense that [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] is just standing there not doing anything," the staffer said. "But if they wanted to make it more realistic, they'd have ICE handing over families to NGOs to board planes destined for secret locations across the U.S. interior.":snip:

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Biden uses Cinco de Mayo to push for pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants

:snip:As guests sipped on margaritas and enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, Biden touted his $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan before turning to speak about how his administration is "working to fix our immigration system as well."

He stressed that America can "secure our borders and keep lit the torch of liberty.":snip:

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