Officials with Customs and Border Protection predicted correctly. More than 100,000 illegal aliens crossed the southwest border of the United States in March.
Current efforts to control the border are close to futile if the testimony of Rodolfo Karisch, chief of the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Sector of Customs and Border Protection, is even remotely true.
Enforcement and Removal Operations, the subsidiary of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), in charge of deporting illegal aliens, sent two illegal Jamaicans — one suspected of murder and the other, attempted murder — back home to face charges for myriad crimes.
Federal agents with the Homeland Security Investigations Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement tossed a net over nearly 300 illegal aliens yesterday during a raid on a technology company in Allen, Texas.
The Mexicans say the “mother of all caravans” is heading our way. President Trump, apparently, believes the Mexicans, which is one reason he twice threatened to shut down the border. And it’s probably the reason he might appoint an immigration czar.
President Trump directed State Department Secretary Mike Pompeo to cut direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
President Trump says that if Mexico does not stop the illegal-alien invasion that has overwhelmed U.S. immigration authorities and is costing taxpayers millions of dollars, he will close the border.
A militia composed of armed ex-servicemen has set up camp near the New Mexico-Mexico border and will alert Border Patrol agents when they see illegal border crossers.
Border authorities have been saying it for weeks, but they said it again yesterday: The illegal-alien surge is a crisis — a national emergency.
Some hi-tech companies have proposed building “smart walls” that use radar and sensors along sections of the southern border, particularly in sparely populated areas.
Before Tuesday, the last time a lawman died in a shooting in Kittias County, Washington was 1927. But that 92-year stretch ended that night when an illegal alien opened fire on a county deputy and freshly-sworn town policeman. The deputy died; the policeman landed in the hospital.