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VIDEO - In this part 1 of 2 series, Department of Homeland expert Andy Ramirez explores the recent reports that thousands of border agents are going to be hired “as soon as practicable.” Secretary Kelly assures the American public that despite the call for a mass hiring, standards will not be lowered. According to a recent article by Foreign Policy, all signs indicate otherwise.
VIDEO - In the finale of a 2 part series, Department of Homeland expert Andy Ramirez looks to a similar time in recent history when DHS was executing mass hirings of border agents. Due to a ripple effect of this action, thousands of under qualified agents were hired and hundreds of investigations were swept under the rug. Today, General Kelly assures the American public that a compromise of standards won’t happen with the current call for adding 5,000 more border agents, but how do we know that?

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