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#3309766 - 12/31/22 05:26 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
tnshootist Offline
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Originally Posted By: hm1996
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.

[quote=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.



Of course that's what is going on. Biden and company knows this. I wonder how deep into our government the cartel really is. The cartel partnership with China is working out well it would seem.
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#3311248 - 01/17/23 10:39 AM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: tnshootist]
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SEN. JOHN CORNYN (R TX) INVITES BIPARTISAN GROUP OF SENATORS TO VISIT TEXAS BORDER

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Senator John Cornyn (R TX) invited a bipartisan group of Senators – four Republicans and four Democrats – to join me at the southern border to learn more about how the situation is impacting communities not just in Texas........


Illegal alien encounters on the southern border were reported to have been 250,000 in the month of December and this does not include "gotaways"!
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#3311276 - 01/17/23 04:01 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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C'mon man, if you can ignore 250,000 illegals crossing our border in December alone, surely you can take care of just one of the heroes who risked their lives to assist our troops in Afghanistan. Release this man from prison and allow him to apply for amnesty.

Abandoned when the US pulled out of Afghanistan, this vetted Afghan intelligent officer who worked closely with our troops, managed to avoid capture and sure death at the hands of the Taliban, made his way to the US southern border attempting to reunite with his brother (who HAS BECOME A US CITIZEN), only to be arrested, encarcerated and charged with a crime by US immigration.

An Afghan soldier fleeing the Taliban spent months reaching the U.S. to request asylum. He was arrested at the Texas border.
Abdul Wasi Safi was trying to reach his brother, who immigrated legally to Houston after helping the U.S. military. Legal experts say Wasi may have to serve a criminal sentence before he can pursue asylum. by Allison P. Erickson Nov. 30, 2022 Updated: Dec. 1, 2022

READ WASI SAFI'S 18 MONTH ORDEAL WHICH BEGAN WHEN THE US SUDDENLY PULLED OUT OF AFGHANISTAN, LEAVING HIM TO ESCAPE ON HIS OWN HERE
https://www.texastribune.org/2022/11/30/afghan-soldier-asylum-texas-jail-taliban-border/

Abdul Wasi Safi was trying to reach his brother, who immigrated legally to Houston after helping the U.S. military. Legal experts say Wasi may have to serve a criminal sentence before he can pursue asylum.

by Allison P. Erickson Nov. 30, 2022 Updated: Dec. 1, 2022



[http://READ LATEST UPDATE HERE:Abdul Wasi Safi, who worked as an intelligence officer in the Afghan National Security Forces alongside U.S. troops, hopes to apply for asylum in the U.S. but is awaiting a criminal trial in a Texas detention center.

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#3311322 - 01/18/23 12:43 AM 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 inmates really are running the asylum.
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#3312466 - 01/27/23 05:58 PM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: DesertRam]
hm1996 Offline
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Record Number of Border Deaths During Biden’s 1st 2 Years


A group of Hondurans cross the Rio Grande toward Eagle Pass, Texas, from Piedras Negras, Mexico, on April 21, 2022. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)

By Charlotte Cuthbertson
January 20, 2023Updated: January 26, 2023

DEL RIO, Texas—As the number of illegal immigrants flooding across the southern border continues to increase, so does the number of illegal immigrants who die while crossing into the United States, or soon after.

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recorded a total of 880 illegal immigrant deaths in fiscal year 2022, which ended on Sept. 30, 2022. It’s the highest number of deaths since data became available in 1998. The second-highest number on record was fiscal year 2021, with 566 deaths.

The Epoch Times submitted a Freedom of Information request in October 2022 to obtain the data for the past two fiscal years after the Biden administration broke a long-standing policy and stopped publicly releasing the numbers. CBP responded to the Freedom of Information request on Jan. 18.

Previous, publicly available CBP data show 247 illegal immigrants died near the southern border during fiscal year 2020, the lowest on record, while 300 died in fiscal year 2019.


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Graph depicts the number of illegal immigrant deaths along the U.S.–Mexico border as reported by Customs and Border Protection. (The Epoch Times)

The Rio Grande Valley in Texas and the Tucson Sector in Arizona have traditionally been the most deadly border sectors, as the river and the summer heat claim the most lives. Smugglers leave injured and sick immigrants to die.

But Texas’s Del Rio sector, which includes Eagle Pass, bore the brunt of the deaths last year with 255 recorded. Most of the deaths in this area were due to drowning in the deceptively swift Rio Grande. But the total also includes 53 deaths of illegal aliens being smuggled in a locked tractor-trailer unit near San Antonio in June 2022.

Deaths in the Del Rio sector over the past two fiscal years were higher than the previous 15 years combined. The sector also became the epicenter of mass illegal crossings.


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The graph depicts the number of illegal immigrant deaths in the Del Rio, Texas, border region as reported by Customs and Border Protection. (The Epoch Times)

The CBP data include a footnote indicating that the “data may be subject to change based on new discoveries of remains and possible dates of death as determined by a medical examiner.”

Not all illegal immigrant deaths are counted in the CBP data, as Border Patrol agents aren’t always involved in the discovery. Sheriff’s offices have their own tally of bodies discovered by ranchers, hunters, or others.

The bodies are often from those walking in remote ranchland to circumvent Border Patrol highway checkpoints, sometimes 60 to 100 miles from the border.

Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said the CBP numbers are the “tip of the iceberg” for illegal immigrant deaths.

“When you increase the number of illegal aliens coming by 500 percent, you’re going to increase all the suffering, tragedies, and inhumane actions associated with that,” Morgan told The Epoch Times on Jan. 19.

“Everything expands—the numbers of those that are thrown into trafficking expand, the number of those that are sexually assaulted expand, the numbers of those that die expand. It’s a game of numbers.”

Border Patrol apprehensions of illegal aliens along the southern border increased exponentially after President Joe Biden took office.

More than 1.6 million illegal aliens were apprehended in fiscal year 2021 and 2.2 million in fiscal year 2022, according to CBP data. In comparison, fiscal year 2020 saw a little more than 400,000 apprehensions along the southern border.

The number of illegal crossings has more than tripled since 2020, as has the number of deaths.

“Biden’s got blood on his hands. He knows this is happening. And he knows migrants are dying. He knows migrants are being assaulted. He knows migrants are being raped. He knows migrants are being thrown into the life of trafficking,” Morgan said.


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Benny Martinez, then-chief deputy of the Brooks County Sheriff’s Office, carries the human remains of a suspected illegal immigrant on a ranch in Falfurrias, Texas, on May 22, 2013. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has maintained that the border is secure.

“I have been to the border nearly 20 times, and I can attest to the steadfast commitment of the DHS workforce to secure our border, enforce our laws, and build safe, orderly, and humane immigration processes under extremely difficult conditions,” Mayorkas said in a Jan. 5 press conference.

“Let me be clear: Title 42 or not, the border is not open,” Mayorkas said, referring to the public health order that allows Border Patrol agents to quickly expel some illegal aliens back to Mexico.

CBP declined to provide a comment to The Epoch Times on the increase in deaths.
Deadly Brooks County

In south Texas, Brooks County Sheriff’s Deputy Don White of Remote Wildlands Search and Recovery volunteers his time to search for the injured and dead. Most often, he says, he finds males, aged 19 to 40, from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, or El Salvador.

During 2022, he found 91 bodies—a decrease over the record-breaking previous year’s total of 119. In comparison, 34 bodies were found in 2020.


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Sheriff’s Deputy Don White explains how he searches for the dead bodies of illegal immigrants in Brooks County, Texas, on May 13, 2021. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)

Brooks County Sheriff Benny Martinez estimates that for every body they find, another five to 10 are never recovered.

“I’ve spoken to a lot of mothers over the telephone, or they’ve been here in my office, crying for their loved ones that have been lost for 10, 15 years,” Martinez, a Democrat, said in an earlier interview.

“Our terrain is real sandy. We’re about 100 foot above sea level. So once that sand starts going over that body, and that body starts getting torn apart by the feral hog, by the coyote … the only time it’s recovered is when they’re moving cattle and they turn the soil over … [and] a skull would pop up, or something. Body parts would pop up. That’s how we’re going to find out that something laid there for a while. I mean, what is compassionate about that?”

In Kinney County, southwest Texas, the sheriff used to handle one or two deceased illegal immigrants per year.

In 2021, the county dealt with 17 bodies; in 2022, the county dealt with 10. In one case, the county judge had to leave a county meeting to officially pronounce dead the body of an illegal alien found on his own ranch.

“The thing is, it’s 17 bodies in a small county,” Sheriff Brad Coe told The Epoch Times in December 2022. Kinney County sits on the border with Mexico and has a population of about 3,600 people.

“Brooks County will always lead the state in the number of dead, but for us here, 17 was an astronomical number when we’re used to one or two.”

https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_app/re...MNgHr7c3hQK397R
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#3312515 - 01/28/23 10:26 AM Re: And So it Goes With the "Not a Crisis" on the Southern Border****EDITED 7 December~ 2022**** [Re: hm1996]
tnshootist Offline
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I can't understand why the bleeding heart liberals don't care about this.
I reckon they see what they want to see and hear what they want to hear.
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