U.S. Border Patrol agents are doing what they can to stop the flood of illegals coming across the border. A wall would help! Family units of illegals crossing at the El Paso border point are up 1,689% over last year! How is this NOT an emergency?
The reason we have such a flood of illegals is that the word has gotten back to Central America that illegals will be released into the US because there is no room in detention:
Also, the red carpet is being rolled out for illegals in El Paso:
Aid for illegals and a welcome center!
El Paso County commissioners are currently in executive session discussing the issue.https://t.co/0hDL2wCLos
— KFOX14 News (@KFOX14) February 28, 2019
The El Paso Border Patrol had their hands full this week when they apprehended several large groups of illegals overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday. The group was mostly Central Americans and unaccompanied minors.
Agents apprehended a group of 112 illegal aliens at the border wall near downtown just after midnight. At about the same time agents working further east were processing a group of 252 aliens apprehended at the border just west of Bowie High School. In just a few hours the total number taken into custody exceeded 500.
A young child was traveling without parents???
An unaccompanied 2-year-old child was also found among one of the groups.
Previously deported sex offenders were also apprehended:
Border Patrol Agents also arrested two convicted sex offenders attempting to enter illegally while the agents were preoccupied with the large groups. Both sex offenders were arrested in different groups attempting to enter the United States illegally evading Border Patrol agents. Both subjects had been convicted of their sex offenses and had served time in jail before being deported from the United States.
A gang member was arrested and was found to have an outstanding federal warrant:
Agents in far-east El Paso County also arrested a group of six in which a subject, 28-year-old U.S. citizen, self-proclaimed prison gang member, was found to have an outstanding federal warrant for escape. In addition, the subject has a lengthy criminal record.
Migrant Surge: Border Patrol Apprehend Record Setting 700 Migrants In El Paso.
"They’re not equipped to be spending day’s and nights here on the doorstep of our country, they’re on U.S. Soil and they want to turn themselves in “
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— Christina Aguayo KVIA ABC-7 (@ChristinaKVIA7) March 7, 2019
Tuesday CBP released data detailing the record number of apprehensions of inadmissible family units border-wide. The data showed the greatest increase in the El Paso Sector where family groups are up 1,689% when compared to the same period last year.