You are aware that the US has had its hand in the horrible conditions in which the people live in Congo, ever since the assassination of the newly elected post-colonial leader, Patrice Lumumba in 1961? His assassination was ordered by the CIA, but they couldn’t pull it off, so set up a way for him to be killed by others. Congo has been known as the jewel of Africa, due to its vast resource wealth, which the US covets. Lumumba was a pan-Africanist and nationalist, and the US didn’t want to take any chances on having to pay a fair price for Congo’s resources, something Lumumba would want, in order to make life better for his people in Congo. Since that time, Congolese have suffered terribly at the hands of various factions trying to gain control of the resources and the government. I’ve read that rape is a weapon of war there on a scale seen no place else on earth, and is destroying the lives of women and children on a massive scale. If the US had let Lumumba keep the office to which he was elected, it is likely that Congo today would be peaceful and prosperous, rather than a hell-hole, and the woman to whom you refer wouldn’t have been forced to leave her home for fear of her life and that of her child.
It is also the case that so many of the people trying to enter over the southern US border are fleeing their countries because of the horrors US intervention/policies has left in its wake in Central America.
The US is no innocent victim in the ‘immigration crisis’.