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#3306507 - 11/15/22 09:10 AM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border [Re: hm1996]
hm1996 Offline
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No end in sight; 230,000 illegals apprehended in Oct. and this doesn't count the 64,000 "gotaways". This is a 40% increase over Oct. last year which was 164,000, twice the number for Oct. the previous year!

TEXAS SPENT OVER $12 MILLION BUSSING ILLEGALS

NYC CLAIMS ILLEGALS TO COST CITY $1 BILLION THIS FISCAL YEAR
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#3306513 - 11/15/22 10:26 AM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border [Re: hm1996]
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Way to go Brandon.
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#3306517 - 11/15/22 11:04 AM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border [Re: hm1996]
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WAY TO GO BRANDON
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#3306560 - 11/15/22 10:26 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 15 November~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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That's what they call the cloward and piven strategy to overwhelm the system.


It's all deliberate.
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#3307797 - 12/03/22 12:55 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 15 November~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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HHS Whistleblower Says Government Complicit in Trafficking; Child Admits Being ‘Pimped’ by Sponsor

Project Veritas Nov 29, 2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1B-L_wfbhXc&t=24s
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#3307799 - 12/03/22 01:43 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 15 November~ 2022**** [Re: Foxpro.223]
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What a load of bovine excrement! DOJ needs to quit throwing out smokescreens to protect (^*$ like this and do their job! Mayorkas needs to go.

Regards,
hm
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#3308016 - 12/06/22 03:47 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 15 November~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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ETA: Brandon announced a trip to AZ to claim credit for a new manufacturing facility within 100 miles of the border and was asked if he planned to visit the border while there by Peter Doocy. His reply was:

Video:
Biden tells Peter Doocy:

‘more important things’ than border crisis

Doocy, when asked later about why he asked that question said "Well, he has helicopters that fly really fast". (paraphrased) lol



Edited by hm1996 (12/07/22 09:34 AM)
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#3308082 - 12/07/22 06:33 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 15 November~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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US Border Patrol agent killed in high-speed chase of illegal immigrant group

Anders Hagstrom, Bill Melugin
Wed, December 7, 2022 at 9:03 AM·2 min read

A 38-year-old Border Patrol agent was killed in a high-speed pursuit of a group of illegal immigrants in Mission, Texas on Wednesday.

U.S. Border Patrol has not confirmed the identity of the agent, but federal sources say the man was a father of two children. The agent was pursuing a group of migrants on an ATV when he crashed into a closed fence at high speed, the sources told Fox News.

The agent was tracking the group of migrants at roughly 1 a.m. on Wednesday when the crash occurred. Authorities say other agents found him unresponsive and immediately attempted life-saving efforts and requested an EMS. The agent was taken to a nearby hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries.

Border Patrol did not immediately respond to a request for more details from Fox News Digital.

Quote:
BIDEN DEFENDS SKIPPING BORDER VISIT WHILE IN ARIZONA, SAYS THERE ARE ‘MORE IMPORTANT THINGS’
September data revealed that fiscal year 2022 ended with 2,378,944; migrant encounters, the highest ever recorded in a fiscal year. That figure does not include the 599,000; known "gotaways" that CBP sources told Fox News evaded capture over the same period.


"The death of an agent who died while securing our nation's border is a tremendous loss for our organization and our nation," US Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said in a statement, according to NewsNation. "Our prayers are with his family and co-workers during this difficult time."

The agent's death comes just one day after President Biden faced heavy criticism for skipping out on visiting the U.S.-Mexico border during his trip to Arizona on Tuesday.

Biden argued that he had "more important things" to do in the state and that a trip to the border would be a "political stunt."

"The president is taking action to secure our border and build a fair, orderly, and humane immigration system," a White House spokesman told Fox News Digital on Tuesday, adding that Biden has secured increased funding for the Department of Homeland Security. "President Biden is focused on real solutions, not political stunts."

A top Border Patrol union had attacked Biden for not having visited the border throughout his entire time in office, despite the ongoing border crisis.

"Nothing is more important than the safety and security of the American people, but to President Biden, it is an afterthought," National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd told Fox. "With a record number of people and drugs, including deadly fentanyl, crossing our border illegally and evading apprehension, it is apparent Biden cares more about politics than our children, friends and neighbors. Biden’s record clearly proves he cares about politics, not about doing his job of protecting American lives."

This is a developing story. Check back soon for updates.
https://news.yahoo.com/us-border-patrol-agent-killed-150317544.html
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#3308115 - 12/08/22 01:31 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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Chuck Schumer's most recent comments on illegal immigration.

He want's to replace Americans by allowing the third world to invade the USA.

https://rumble.com/v1wh7o3-chuck-schumer-illegals-solution-to-u.s.-birth-rate-decline.html

He said 11,000,000 "or however many there are". That means unlimited.





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#3308117 - 12/08/22 01:42 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: Foxpro.223]
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Regards,
hm
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#3308125 - 12/08/22 03:51 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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Southwest Land Border Encounters FY22
Illegal border encounters for past four years, from CBP’s official statistics:
FY 2019…….977,509
FY 2020…….458,038
FY 2021…..1,734,686
FY 2021…..2,378,944

Above numbers do not include the 599,000 known “gotaways” in FY 2021-22 , up from 60,000 in 2020-21
https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/southwest-land-border-encounters-fy22
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Border officials count 599,000 'gotaway' migrants in Fiscal Year 2021-2022

And, Title 42 is set to expire at end of December blocking ability to deport many of those caught entering illegally!
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/border-...ear-2022-source
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Bipartisan group pushes for resources to address border agent suicides

"The fact that we have 14 agents who have committed suicide [this year] is a problem ... and it's a problem for this body to solve."
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/...des/ar-AA151zcg
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#3309228 - 12/23/22 04:02 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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Smoke rises from small fires as people wait to cross the Mexico-U.S. border from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on Dec. 12, 2022. (AP Photo/Christian Chavez)

Biden Administration Plans for More Illegal Aliens to Be Released Into Communities When Title 42 Ends
By Tom Ozimek
December 15, 2022 Updated: December 15, 2022
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The Biden administration is planning for more illegal aliens to be released into U.S. communities to pursue asylum cases as the Trump-era Title 42 program that helped stem the tide of illegal immigration ends on Dec. 21.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released a six-pillar plan (pdf) on how it plans to cope with the challenges posed by the scheduled termination of Title 42 and the major policy shift that this represents.

The department’s plan includes accelerated processing for illegal aliens in custody on the border, more temporary detention tents, staffing surges, bolstering NGO capacity to receive people after they’ve been processed, and increased criminal prosecutions of smugglers.

The agency estimates that 9,000 to 14,000 migrants could try to enter the country illegally each day when the Title 42 policy ends.
Epoch Times Photo

Illegal immigrants walk towards the U.S.-Mexico border in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, on Dec. 14, 2022. (AP Photo/Christian Chavez)

Title 42, designed to prevent the introduction of contagious diseases in the United States, was issued by the Trump administration in 2020 at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and was used over 2.5 million times to block asylum claims.

A federal judge in Washington ordered Title 42 to end on Dec. 21 but Republican-led states asked an appeals court to keep it in place.

The Biden administration has also challenged some aspects of the ruling, though it doesn’t oppose letting the rule lapse next week.

With the potential for the legal back-and-forth to go down to the wire, Republicans have warned of the consequences of letting Title 42 end.

“When Title 42 ends, weekly illegal border crossings are projected to be 98,000. That’s 14,000 crossings every day. 583 crossings every hour. America is being invaded!” Rep. Lance Gooden (R-Tx.) said in a post on Twitter.
98,000 per day = 5,096,000 PER YEAR!
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Illegal immigrants wait to cross the U.S.-Mexico border from Ciudad Juárez, next to U.S. Border Patrol vehicles in El Paso, Texas, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022. (AP Photo/Christian Chavez)

A number of GOP lawmakers have urged President Joe Biden to extend the emergency order, arguing that terminating Title 42 will “result in a complete loss of operational control over the southern border, a profoundly negative impact on border communities, and significant suffering and fatalities among the migrants unlawfully entering the United States.”

The group of lawmakers said in their letter to Biden that legislative action is probably the only solution, but that could take time.

The DHS, too, called for Congressional action to fix what it described as an outdated and dysfunctional immigration system, in which “incentives are misaligned, asylum court backlogs stretch for years, and the border security challenge is exacerbated.”

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) said Customs and Border Protection officials told him Wednesday that about 50,000 people are believed to be waiting to flood across the border once Title 42 is lifted.
10,000 are encamped in Matamors, Tamps. Mexico alone awaiting end to Title 42.
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Illegal immigrants cross the Mexico-U.S. border to surrender to U.S. Border Patrol agents, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on Dec. 12, 2022. (AP Photo/Christian Chavez)

‘Significant Increase’

Citing the constraints of a “decades-old immigration system that everyone agrees is broken,” DHS warned in the document that, with the end of Title 42, it expects a “significant increase” in the number of people seeking to cross the border without authorization, which would “substantially strain our system even further.”

With a system already strained beyond capacity amid a record surge in illegal immigration, DHS said it’s bracing for even more increases in human flows, which would “create further pressure and potential overcrowding” in various locations along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Besides expecting processing delays and disruptions at some points of entry into the United States, the DHS said it’s bracing for the release of illegal aliens into U.S. communities.

“With NGOs strained, there is a potential for a higher number of single adults and families to be provisionally released from DHS custody into communities without NGO or other sponsor support, pending the outcome of their immigration court proceedings,” the agency said.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas traveled this week to El Paso, Texas, which witnessed a large influx on Sunday after becoming the busiest corridor for illegal crossings in October.

Over 1,500 people crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally into El Paso in the early hours of Dec. 12, according to video from the scene and local media, in what reports say could be one of the biggest single crossings ever in the region.

Footage from the border shared on social media by news outlet El Paso Matters showed a massive group of migrants trekking through the water toward the other riverbank overnight and people huddling by fires to keep warm as they awaited processing.
Sleeping on the Streets

The individuals who crossed Sunday night were part of a group of migrants who were escorted by Mexican state police from the city of Jiménez to Juárez in a caravan of 20 buses, according to El Paso Matters, which estimated the total size of the group that crossed overnight at over 1,500 people.

The aliens said they were from Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Peru, according to the outlet, which estimated that this may have been the largest single border crossing in the region in history.

More than 5,600 illegal aliens were held as of Dec. 13 in the Border Patrol Central Processing Center, according to a city of El Paso dashboard. The center has a capacity of around 3,500.

Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-Texas) said in a Twitter post that the processing center was filled beyond capacity and that some people were sleeping on city streets.

“Migrants sleeping on the streets of El Paso! This is what the New Ellis Island looks like: 611 migrants out on the streets because the NGOs are out of capacity; every Border Patrol agent in processing centers overcapacity with 5,000 folks. This is exactly what Democrats wanted.”

Republicans have long accused the Democrats of advocating for an open-borders policy, though the Biden administration has repeatedly denied this claim.

Mayorkas has acknowledged that the situation along the southern border is “difficult,” while insisting that the Biden administration wants a “safe, legal, and orderly immigration system that is based on our bedrock priorities: to keep our borders secure, address the plight of children as the law requires, and enable families to be together.”

Mayorkas said recently that Republican rhetoric claiming that the “border is open” was helping fuel the influx.

“The political cry that the border is open is music to the smugglers’ ears, because they take that political rhetoric and they market it” to desperate migrants, Mayorkas told The Dallas Morning News.

Still, when Biden took office, one of his first actions was to cancel the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy.

That rule meant that asylum-seekers were required to remain in Mexico while their claims for asylum were processed, with figures showing that the policy discouraged false asylum claims and decreased the flow of illegal immigration.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.
https://www.theepochtimes.com/biden-administration-plans-for-more-illegal-aliens-to-be-released-into-communities-when-title-42-ends_4925651.html?utm_source=Morningbrief&src_src=Morningbrief&utm_campaign=mb-2022-12-16&src_cmp=mb-2022-12-16&utm_medium=email&est=WisDeET01fxbMncpSNrVf%2Bz6dcBRJwmwSjq6Wx1l2cqLKfy6skAyt4tN


Edited by hm1996 (12/23/22 04:12 PM)
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#3309238 - 12/23/22 05:48 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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The Roosevelt Easement is a 60-foot-wide stretch of federal land spanning three U.S. border states, including Arizona. Here, the easement runs parallel to the border wall in Douglas, Ariz., on Aug. 24, 2022. (Allan Stein/The Epoch Times)

Border Patrol Seeking Contractors for Construction of Border Barriers, Infrastructure
By Samantha Flom
December 22, 2022 Updated: December 23, 2022

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is accepting bids of up to $400 million per task for the construction of barriers and other infrastructure along the U.S.–Mexico border.

According to the solicitation notice posted on Dec. 20, the five-year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contracts involve the design and construction of “border barriers, anti-climb features, enforcement zones, roads, gates, bridges, drainage control, cattle guards, lighting, detection systems, cameras, towers, and communication fiber.”

Construction costs for each contract range from $50 million to $400 million.

Offers on the contracts are due by Jan. 10.
Minding the Gaps

The solicitation’s posting comes on the heels of the Biden administration’s Dec. 13 announcement that it will commence work to close gaps along the border wall.

According to the Department of Homeland Security, those gaps include seven in the Border Patrol’s Yuma, Arizona, sector and one in the El Paso, Texas, sector—an area that includes western Texas and New Mexico.

New work will also be performed in the San Diego sector, which covers western Arizona and part of eastern California, and the El Paso sector.

In 2020, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden promised that, under his administration, there would “not be another foot” of border wall constructed.

That policy appears to have shifted, however, as the number of illegal border crossings continues to reach record highs.

According to CBP data published in October, U.S. Border Patrol encountered 2,378,944 illegal immigrants at the border during the 2022 fiscal year—the highest amount ever recorded for a single year.

Interestingly, the total number of fiscal year 2022 encounters that’s displayed on the CBP website—last updated on Nov. 14—reflects a lower count of 2,214,652.

CBP officials didn’t respond by press time to a request by The Epoch Times for clarification about the discrepancy.

The year also reportedly saw a record number of border crossing deaths, although the administration hasn’t officially published the data for either of Biden’s first two years in office.
Title 42 in Limbo

Worries over illegal immigration have increased in recent months with the fate of Title 42—a policy that has allowed the quick expulsion of certain asylum seekers at the border—hanging in the balance.

Invoked by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in March 2020, Title 42 is a public health emergency order that was designed to prevent the introduction of contagious diseases into the United States.

While the policy has been employed at the border under both the Trump and Biden administrations, the latter announced its intention to terminate the policy in April, sparking multiple legal challenges from those who wish to keep the policy in effect.

In November, U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled that the policy was “arbitrary and capricious” and gave the government until Dec. 21 to terminate its use. Earlier this week, however, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts granted a stay on that order while the high court considers a request from 19 Republican-led states to reverse it.

The Biden administration, responding to those states’ request on Dec. 20, reiterated its desire to end Title 42, holding that it was no longer necessary as a public health measure, but requested that the policy’s expiration be delayed until after Christmas for operational purposes.

Among those who would like Title 42 to remain in effect is El Paso’s Democratic Mayor Oscar Leeser, who said on Dec. 19 that approximately 20,000 illegal immigrants were just waiting for the policy to end so they could cross the border and enter the city.

“We’ve been talking to some of the partners in Mexico, and we’re talking also to the Border Patrol and those are the numbers that have been fed back to us,” Leeser said. “The shelters in [Ciudad] Juarez are completely full today, and they believe there are about 20,000 people ready to come into El Paso.”

The Biden administration, while maintaining that the border is “under control,” has also acknowledged that a post-Title 42 surge of illegal immigrants is likely should the policy be terminated.

However, on Dec. 13, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said the administration is preparing to handle that influx but noted that action from Congress would be necessary to create a long-term solution.

“The Biden–Harris Administration is committed to pursuing every avenue within our authority to secure our borders, enforce our laws, and stay true to our values as we build safe, orderly, and humane processes,” Mayorkas said in a statement. “We will provide additional updates as work continues. A real solution can only come from legislation that brings long-overdue and much-needed reform to a fundamentally broken system.”

https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_app/border-patrol-seeking-contractors-for-construction-of-border-wall_4940135.html?src_src=News&src_cmp=breaking-2022-12-23-1&est=72W3ku044YrPW1w8h4dcM4VV3%2B1joPDHqGkDbsN22KNDSB5Jtvaa1dZu
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If what's ahead scares you & what's behind hurts you,look up; He never fails you.

If My people will humble themselves, pray, seek My face & turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven & will forgive their sin & heal their land. 2 Chron 7:14




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#3309255 - 12/23/22 10:49 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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are they people or pigs? from the looks of all that garbage they are pigs. you see more and more garbage thrown around town and in the prairies around here now days. old habits are hard to break.
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skeptical is what i am when told there is a dead coyote in certain far off pictures.

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#3309754 - 12/31/22 02:01 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
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17,250 encounters since October....with Title 42 in place. This does not count the "gotaways"! Remember, the gotaways most assuredly are the dangerous ones who don't want to be caught for whatever reasons.

Originally Posted By: Rodney Scott,former USBP Chief
This massive immigration is just cover for the cartels. Why would asylum seekers who are just wanting to surrender to the BP wait until 2 o'clock in the morning to cross the freezing river in south Texas or the desert. It's because cartels script the crossings to create gaps in security so they can bring in other threats, criminals, fentanyl, cocain, heroin, and that's what the administration will not talk about.........................


from Fox news interview.



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If what's ahead scares you & what's behind hurts you,look up; He never fails you.

If My people will humble themselves, pray, seek My face & turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven & will forgive their sin & heal their land. 2 Chron 7:14




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