Thousands of illegals overran the Rio Grande sector of the border on Saturday, which continued a trend the sector’s chief, Ronaldo Karisch, described for the U.S. Senate’s Homeland Security Committee a month ago.
After the border crisis caused Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to close inspection facilities, members of drug cartels have overwhelmed deputies in Otero County, New Mexico.
Illegal-alien invaders have adopted a new tactic: They “rent” illegal-alien children to cross the border with them because they know U.S. immigration authorities release “families.”
The inability of the government to control the border and its policy of catching and releasing illegals after they present themselves to border agents are two reasons the migrants from Central America won’t stop coming.
Two more stories involving illegal-alien gangs yet again demonstrate that President Trump is right about the border crisis.
Border Patrol agents must be exhausted, and perhaps ready to surrender and head for home. The crisis, border officials have rightly said, is “unsustainable,” and what border agents encountered in the last three days shows how unsustainable it is.
The illegal-alien invasion of the United States continues with no end in sight, and Border Patrol agents are releasing thousands of sick and diseased people into unsuspecting communities.
Since the beginning of the year, Border Patrol officers have faced an relentless wave of illegal aliens that total more than 400,000.
President Trump said in Green Bay, Wisconsin, that it was his “sick idea” to send illegal aliens to sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with immigration officials.
A judge and trial court officer in Massachusetts helped an illegal alien escape from Immigration and Customs Enforcement last year, federal prosecutors allege, and they now face multiple charges, including conspiracy and obstruction of justice.