‘They’re Pouring Across’ New Videos Show the Reality of the ‘Worst Border Crisis in History’ With Haitians Being Dropped at Random Gas Stations
According to a new forecast, more than 1.8 million illegal immigrants are expected to cross the U.S.-Mexico border this year, making it the “worst ever” on record for illegal immigration.
Only around 1 million legal immigrants are processed in an average year, which would mean total immigration for 2021 would be nearly over 3 million people.
The projection from Princeton Policy Advisors showed that a high of 1,864,000 illegal immigrants could cross the southwest border based on current trends and past averages.
Journalist Bill Melugin has been documenting the crisis:
It was recently reported that about 50,000 migrants who crossed the southern border illegally in just the past few months have now been released in the United States without a court date according to a recent Axios report.
According to another recent report, border officials are reportedly being warned by the Biden administration to prepare for the processing of more than 1,000 migrant families each day ahead of President Joe Biden’s expected plans to terminate Title 42 by the end of July.
According to Axios, illegal migration is at record highs and more migrants are coming from further away, including Haiti.
One video shows Haitians being dropped off at random gas stations by officials and told to reach their final destination within 60 days and within the interior of the country or face removal.
According to another Axios report, the Biden administration is only deporting around 13% of migrants that illegally cross. This report aligns with statements from border patrol officials which say the Biden administration is only deporting certain single male migrants, while everyone else is processed and gets to stay.
A picture obtained by VDare shows a group of thousands of migrants waiting for processing under the Anzalduas Port of Entry. The line of people reportedly goes all the way down to the riverbank, about a quarter of a mile. The photographer said the weather was around 100 to 105 degrees.
During a meeting about one Texas facility, a doctor for the U.S. Public Health Service refused to give out information on Covid rates.
“I can’t give you daily numbers and breakouts and graphs and things like that,” he said. “Assume everyone has Covid, act appropriately. … Sorry, it’s not a great answer.”
Earlier this week, La Joya officials confirmed that thousands of COVID-positive migrants have crossed, and many of them are staying at local hotels to quarantine.
According to reports, the Biden administration has spent around $86 million on hotel rooms for migrants as his administration struggles to handle the surge of families and kids trying to come to the US.
The contract is with hotels near the border in Arizona and Texas to hold thousands of migrants, and will allegedly last six months. The deal was made through Endeavors, a non-profit with programs that include housing services and disaster relief.
City officials urged nonprofits to inform local governments when and where COVID-19 “hot spots are created in our communities.”
Migrants pose and smile knowing they will be released without court dates and wont be able to be found thanks to Biden’s catch and release policy.
Thanks to Biden and his voters convicted sex offenders and pedophiles are pouring into our country.
PRELIMINARY JULY BORDER NUMBERS
(USBP only, will increase as more monthly data is reported)
Whistleblowers say they were told to downplay Covid outbreak among migrant kids at shelter
At the Fort Bliss migrant shelter in Texas, “hundreds of children contracted Covid in the overcrowded conditions,” whistleblowers said in a complaint filed Wednesday.
Two more whistleblowers have come forward to allege that children were mistreated by contractors and senior federal employee managers at a Department Health and Human Services migrant shelter in Fort Bliss, Texas, earlier this year, and also say HHS told them to downplay hundreds of Covid infections among children held at the facility.
“Covid was widespread among children and eventually spread to many employees. Hundreds of children contracted Covid in the overcrowded conditions. Adequate masks were not consistently provided to children, nor was their use consistently enforced,” the whistleblowers, Arthur Pearlstein and Lauren Reinhold, said in a federal whistleblower complaint filed Wednesday
But at the end of their service, they said, federal detailees were regularly given written instructions from HHS public affairs that told them, “when asked, to make everything sound positive about the Fort Bliss experience and to play down anything negative.”
At a town hall with employees, a senior manager from the U.S. Public Health Service refused to share the rate of infections, explaining that he did not want the number to end up reported by the media, they said.
Pearlstein and Reinhold are federal employees who volunteered to be detailed to the shelter when the Biden administration ramped up staffing to accommodate the influx of unaccompanied children crossing the border by building emergency intake shelters like Fort Bliss and others.
NBC News previously reported that Servpro, a company that specializes in disaster cleanup and has no child welfare experience, oversaw the care of nearly 5,000 children in Ft. Bliss in early May and June.
In their complaint, which was filed by lawyers from the Government Accountability Project, Pearlstein and Reinhold said two other contractors in addition to Servpro — Chenega Corporation and Rapid Deployment Inc. — also handled the close to $1 billion in contracts the federal government paid to operate Fort Bliss. None of the three companies had child care experience and they did not properly vet applicants to be sure they had relevant experience, they said.
As a result, federal detailees with no background in child psychology were asked to interview more than 5,000 children to assess whether they needed special attention due to a history of abuse or exposure to sex or labor trafficking. It was not clear from the complaint which company or government manager made the decision to staff the interviews with inexperienced workers.
“They did their level best, flagging those who required special attention,” Pearlstein and Reinhold said. Only after assessing over 5,000 children were the workers reassigned because management determined they were not “qualified to do clinical assessment.”
Neither Chenega Corporation nor Rapid Deployment Inc. responded to requests for comment.
A spokesperson for Servpro previously said a franchise holder operated the contract and the company “immediately advised the franchise operator that these are not approved Servpro offerings.”
“We have been informed by the franchise operator that it is no longer providing these services through the Servpro franchise,” Servpro spokeswoman Kim Brooks said July 7.
Spokespeople for HHS as well as U.S. Public Health Service, a division of HHS, did not respond to requests for comment.
In response to previous allegations about Fort Bliss, a spokesperson for HHS said the agency takes its “humanitarian mission and the well-being of children in our care seriously.”
“HHS has taken action to improve the conditions at Fort Bliss and at all Emergency Intake Sites. Children are receiving nutritionally appropriate meals and there are now 60 mental health professionals on site at Fort Bliss and counselors at all other emergency intake sites,” the spokesperson said July 7.
Pearlstein and Reinhold also said the contractors gave children false hopes of reuniting with family members only to pull them back at the last minute, even taking children out of lines for buses and off airplanes before takeoff.
They also alleged there was widespread lice in girls’ tents that was left untreated. And in May, they said, there were riots in some of the boys’ tents.
“Ms. Reinhold witnessed security contractors surrounding a tent during one incident. Detailees were never briefed about the riots or trained on how to act in the event a riot broke out,” the complaint said.
They were not specific about which company was to blame for giving children false hope, manage lice outbreaks or riot response.
Pearlstein and Reinhold said they voiced their concern to Chenega about children having no clean underwear.
“The problem persisted for weeks and months,” they said. “Each time the answer was that the shipments had not come in.”
Chenega employees told Pearlstein and Reinhold they were aware of the problem, but they were discouraged by a senior federal manager from purchasing underwear for children on their own with federal business credit cards.
50,000 illegal aliens who recently crossed the border were released into the United States without a court date.
There’s no mandatory vaccinations and no contact tracing for these illegal aliens, but YOUR life is altered because of Covid restrictions/vaccine mandates.
The illegals were *told* to report to ICE, but according to Axios, only 13% have voluntarily shown up so far.
About 50,000 migrants who crossed the southern border illegally have now been released in the United States without a court date. Although they are told to report to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office instead, just 13% have shown up so far, Axios has learned.
- It’s unprecedented for agents to release migrants without an official notice to appear in court. Where it has occurred recently, migrants have instead been given a list of addresses and contacts for ICE offices across the country and told to report to one of them.
By the numbers: Just 6,700 migrants who crossed between mid-March and mid-July showed up at ICE offices as of Monday, one source briefed on Department of Homeland Security data told Axios.
- 16,000 have not showed up and passed the 60-day reporting window they were given. That’s 2.4 no-shows for every one that has checked in.
- Another roughly 27,000 migrants who crossed and were released during the same time frame have yet to turn up, but remain within the 60-day window for reporting. One DHS official emphasized that nearly 70% of migrants are within the 60-day window or have reported to ICE.
Meanwhile migrants continue to be released. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) told Axios that as of Monday, 7,300 migrants in the Rio Grande Valley sector had been released during the past week without court dates.
This is the biggest news of the day — by far. DACA is illegal and this case needs to be brought before the Supreme Court. It is time for DACA to end once and for all. America First!
This is a good first step in ending Biden’s border crisis.
Border encounters INCREASED in June to 188,829, new CBP data confirms. This is the FOURTH consecutive month of over 170,000 encounters at our southern border.
As the southern border crisis worsens, the latest U.S. Border Patrol figures show the agency has arrested more than twice as many criminal migrants in the first six months of fiscal year 2021 than it did in all of 2020. The fiscal year runs from October 1 to September 30 and the overwhelmed frontline agency is getting slammed with an unprecedented influx of illegal immigrants as the Biden administration extends the welcome matt. Open border groups and their allies in the administration like to portray the migrants as impoverished victims of Latin American violence desperate for a better life in the melting pot to the north.
The data tells a different story. In the first half of this fiscal year, the Border Patrol apprehended 5,018 “criminal aliens” compared to 2,438 in all of fiscal year 2020. The agency defines criminal aliens as individuals who have been convicted of one or more crimes, whether in the U.S. or abroad, prior to interdiction by federal agents. “Records checks of available law enforcement databases following the apprehension of an alien may reveal a history of criminal conviction(s),” the agency explains. “That conviction information is recorded in a U.S. Customs and Border Protection database,” which eventually is released to the public. Of interesting note is that the data, which covers fiscal years 2016 through the present, show a steady decline in criminal alien arrests during the Trump administration after a peak of 12,842 arrests in 2016 under Obama. By 2017 it dipped to 8,531 then 6,698 in 2018 and 4,260 in 2019 before the low of 2,438 last year. At this rate, the Biden administration is set to bring the number of apprehended convicted migrants back up to a new high.
The criminal aliens busted by the Border Patrol in the last few months include 982 convicted of possessing illegal drugs or trafficking, 576 convicted of assault, battery, and domestic violence, 832 guilty of driving under the influence, 381 convicted of burglary, robbery, larceny, theft, and fraud, 265 sex offenders and 162 guilty of Illegal weapons possession, transport, and trafficking. The stats also reveal that 2,765 of the criminal aliens arrested in the first half of this fiscal year were previously deported after illegal entry or illegal reentry. Additionally, seizures of methamphetamine along the Mexican border increased an astounding 91% between February and March, according to Customs and Border Patrol figures. Heroin seizures went up 22% during the same period.
Juárez migrant smugglers issue threat against Border Patrol, Mexican police amid busts
A narco-banner threatening to kill U.S. Border Patrol agents and Mexican police was hung in Juárez amid the current large-scale migrant smuggling on both sides of the Rio Grande.
The banner was found on a pedestrian bridge Wednesday morning, two days after U.S. and Mexican authorities announced new targets in a binational anti-crime initiative.
The banner warned municipal, state and ministerial police, the Mexican national guard and “la migra” to stop messing with “polleros,” or human smugglers.
“Bullets can also cross the river and the (border) wall,” stated the message in Spanish, which was signed in vulgar slang roughly meaning “the main man in all of Juárez.”
Tucker announces the U.S. military is secretly flying illegal aliens all around the country.
Tucker Carlson says US Military is flying illegal immigrants secretly around the country from an Air Force Base in Texas. He reveals an email that says, “Do not take photographs and refrain from posting anything on social media.”
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Haitian and Cuban migrants and asylum-seekers who try to come to the U.S. by boat will not be allowed to enter the country. Even if asylum-seekers establish fear of persecution, they will be resettled in third countries, Mayorkas said.
Mayorkas said those trying to reach the U.S. by sea will be intercepted by the Coast Guard and immediately returned to their home countries. Even if asylum-seekers manage to get interviews with U.S. officials, Mayorkas added, they will not be permitted to set foot on U.S. soil, regardless of the outcome of their screenings.
“If individuals make, establish a well-founded fear of persecution or torture, they are referred to third countries for resettlement. They will not enter the United States,” Mayorkas said.
“The U.S. government shouldn’t be using this system of off-shore processing to evade our refugee protection laws,” Kennji Kizuka, the associate director of research and analysis at Human Rights First, told CBS News. “They should allow people to land in the United States and go through their full asylum proceedings.”
Mayorkas said the U.S. has so far not detected a “surge” in maritime interdictions of Cubans and Haitians. He said that 470 Cubans and 313 Haitians have been encountered at sea so far this fiscal year. In fiscal year 2020, 49 Cubans and 430 Haitians were intercepted by the Coast Guard.
These maritime interdictions pale in comparison to the number of Cuban and Haitian migrants taken into U.S. custody along the border with Mexico. In May, the last month with available statistics, 2,800 Haitians and 2,600 Cubans were encountered along the southern border.
Four Iranian intelligence operatives schemed to kidnap a Brooklyn-based journalist and smuggle her to Iran in a bid to silence her criticism of human-rights abuses in the Islamic republic, federal authorities said Tuesday.
In a series of tweets, writer and activist Masih Alinejad acknowledged she was the target, and she did the same in an email to The Post, without commenting further.
A source familiar with the matter also confirmed Alinejad was the target.
Manhattan US Attorney Audrey Strauss, who didn’t identify Alinejad by name, said she would have faced a fate that’s “uncertain at best” if the plan hadn’t been foiled by the FBI.
FBI Assistant Director William F. Sweeney Jr. also said, “This is not some far-fetched movie plot.”
“We allege a group, backed by the Iranian government, conspired to kidnap a US-based journalist here on our soil and forcibly return her to Iran. Not on our watch,” he said.
The ring, led by Iranian intelligence official Alireza Shavaroghi Farahani, allegedly began conspiring to kidnap Alinejad inside the US since as least as early as June 2020.
Earlier, Iranian government officials in 2018 tried in vain to induce her relatives in Iran to invite her to a third country where she would have been arrested or detained and then imprisoned in Iran, authorities said.
Evidence in the case allegedly includes a photo of Alinejad stored on an electronic device used by Farahani.
That photo showed her alongside two other people who were captured by Iranian intelligence, one of whom was later executed while the other was imprisoned in Iran, authorities said.
“Gradually the gathering gets bigger…Are you coming, or should we come for you?” a photo caption in Farsi allegedly said.
The plan to kidnap Alinejad in the US allegedly included hiring private investigators to conduct multiple days of surveillance during which she and members of her household were photographed and recorded on video at and around her Brooklyn home.
The plotters even arranged for a high-definition video livestream of the home to be set up and to be given descriptions of Alinejad’s body language, according to authorities.
Members of the kidnap ring allegedly researched travel routes from Alinejad’s home to a waterfront neighborhood in Brooklyn and looked into the possibility of hiring a company that uses military-style speedboats to evacuate people from New York City.
They also allegedly weighed the possibility of taking her to Venezuela, where the socialist regime has friendly relations with Iran.
Farahani, 50, and the other intelligence operatives — Mahmoud Khazein, 42; Kiya Sadeghi, 34; and Omid Noori, 45 — were charged in a Manhattan federal court indictment with crimes including kidnapping conspiracy, sanctions violations conspiracy, and bank and wire fraud conspiracy.
All four defendants are based in Iran and remain at large, officials said.
Also named in Tuesday’s indictment was Niloufar “Nellie” Bahadorifar, 46, of California, who is alleged to have provided financial services that supported the plot, including arranging a payment to a private investigator for surveillance of Alinejad.
Bahadorifar, who’s originally from Iran, is not accused of being part of the kidnapping plot but was charged Tuesday with conspiring to violate sanctions against Iran, to commit bank and wire fraud, and to commit money laundering, as well as structuring more than $445,000 in cash deposits to evade reporting requirements.
Let’s Begin late last year. In October 2020, Joe Biden said “coyotes” didn’t bring migrant children to the US – Mexico border. Instead he claimed they got separated from their parents. The liberal media mocked Trump’s use of the word “coyotes.”
However, “coyote” is a common term for human smugglers along the U.S.-Mexico border.
When it was Biden’s turn to speak, he argued that the 500-plus children had in fact entered the country with their mothers and fathers. “Coyotes didn’t bring them over, their parents were with them,” he said. “They got separated from their parents, and it makes us a laughingstock, and violates every notion of who we are as a nation.”
Here’s the clip:
Biden didn’t even know enough about the border to know what coyotes were. Yet somehow liberals still thought he would solve America’s border problems.
Trump has embarrassed Biden since before the elections. As shown here with Juilo Rosas of Town Hall’s (and Jorge Ventura of Daily Caller’s) diligent coverage at the Rio Grande on the US- Mexico border. Yes. It is coyotes. (The term means professional human smuggler.)
During the Trump Administration AOC accused Donald of running concentration camps.
AOC has of course been silent since the number of kids in cages has exploded thanks to Biden Voters and the liberals. The truth is what Jen Psaki and the Biden Administration SAY about the US – Mexico border, is different from what the current White House DOES there.
Two federal whistleblowers say they witnessed conditions that “caused physical, mental, and emotional harm affecting dozens of children” at the largest of the government’s shelters for migrant youths.
Children inside the Biden administration’s largest shelter for unaccompanied migrant youth were subjected to filthy living conditions and medical neglect under the watch of unqualified government contractors, two federal whistleblowers said in a complaint filed Wednesday.
Laurie Elkin and Justin Mulaire, two federal employees who were detailed to the Fort Bliss emergency intake shelter near El Paso, Texas, filed a whistleblower complaint to Congress alleging they witnessed intolerable noise, filth, and odors inside the large tents where children are housed; contractors who were unqualified to work with youths; and hostility, indifference, and resistance to providing medical treatment to sick kids.
The Government Accountability Project, which is representing the two whistleblowers, said that “the conditions they witnessed caused physical, mental and emotional harm affecting dozens of children.”
Elkin and Mulaire say they were repeatedly ignored or discouraged by Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) superiors when they tried to report the substandard conditions and care children were living under.
The ACTIVIST corporate media framed Biden as the good guy of immigration. NBC said Trump was the bad one causing all kinds of calamity at the US – Mexico border.
The Biden administration COMPLAINS about the border situation Trump left. What was that legacy? 450 miles of big beautiful border wall.
Donald Trump did NOT force President Biden to stop construction on the border wall, Biden also defunded border security and returned 2 BILLION DOLLARS for border security back to the DOD.
Biden is using executive power to help make the border crisis worst, the administration may be dumb but they aren’t dumb enough to not realize there’s a crisis at the border. They are simply ignoring the problem because acknowledging it would force them to begin accepting responsibility for their inhumane liberal policy.
Groups of young border crossers were flown into Chattanooga, Tennessee in the middle of the night, local media confirms in video footage released Wednesday.
The footage, obtained and published by WRCB-TV 3 News, shows groups of roughly 30-to-50 Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) — all seemingly in their teens — who were flown into Chattanooga by President Joe Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) after arriving at the United States-Mexico border.
The hypocrisy of the Biden administration is most immediately prevalent when you consider the so-called “Delta Variant” concern. At the US – Mexico border it’s a pandemic corridor. Of Biden’s own making. Biden is using the border crisis to make COVID worse and gain more federal power for the government by fear mongering.
The Biden Administration’s US – Mexico border policy plan? Was having no plan. They just got rid of anything Trump did and hoped the rest would sort itself out.
Nobody embodies the “No Plan” border policy more than VP Kamala Harris. March 22nd 2021: “Not today! Lololol” Harris told reporters when asked about a potential border visit.
Two days later? President Biden puts in her charge.
So people started asking Kamala Harris about visiting the US – Mexico border. “I’m not going to play political games,” she responds. (Ironic given the VP will eventually play political games.)
Kamala Harris was publicly stubborn about avoiding a visit to the US – Mexico border. For weeks. Both Republicans AND Democrats had to PUSH her, the PERSON IN CHARGE OF THE BORDER.
Kamala’s clown show performance peaked during her Central America trip. People kept asking: “Why haven’t you visited the border?” “NO GRAND GESTURES” and “I haven’t been to Europe either!” were her shameful responses. Kamala Harris made it about HER. She caused a distraction.
Never forget Kamala Harris only visited the border because Trump said he would.
Kamala Harris made it political theater. WHILE MIGRANT KIDS WERE DYING. “Leaked Video Shows Border Patrol’s Struggle to Revive 9-Yr-Old Migrant Girl Who Drowned Crossing Rio Grande”
Biden has allowed the Drug Trade at the border to flourish as well.
Cocaine-soaked Cereal? 2.8 million USD.
$11.5 million USD of meth in a produce truck.
$60,000 USD fentanyl burritos.
Biden and Biden’s voters have also created a DRUG CRISIS
They found FAR more fentanyl SO FAR in 2021 in various spots than 2020 TOTAL.
- The national average gas price rose to a seven-year high on Wednesday, and four governors have declared states of emergency
- The Consumer Price Index, which measures a basket of goods as well as energy and housing costs, rose 4.2% from a year earlier. A Dow Jones survey had expected a 3.6% increase.
- Militants in Gaza have fired more than 1,000 rockets into Israel since the latest flareup began Monday afternoon, injuring more than 200 Israeli civilians.
- The Associated Press reported Tuesday that the administration is currently housing approximately 21,000 illegal immigrant kids in some 200 facilities across two dozen states.
- Minneapolis mayor admits that calls to ‘defund the police’ led to a spike in crime
The national average gas price rose to a seven-year high on Wednesday, and four governors have declared states of emergency as the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline spurred panic buying across the Southeast.
The shutdown of the biggest oil pipeline in the US due to a crippling cyberattack believed to be orchestrated by a China-based criminal group pushed Wednesday’s national average price to $3.008 per gallon of gas, according to the Automobile Association of America.
That’s the highest prices have been since November 2014, according to AAA, as closure of the 5,500-mile pipeline, which carries more than 100 million gallons of fuel from Texas to New Jersey each day, stretches into its sixth day.
Donald Trump Warned A Biden President would lead to higher gas prices:
Inflation in April accelerated at its fastest pace in more than 12 years as the U.S. economic recovery kicked into gear and energy prices jumped higher, the Labor Department reported Wednesday.
The Consumer Price Index, which measures a basket of goods as well as energy and housing costs, rose 4.2% from a year earlier. A Dow Jones survey had expected a 3.6% increase. The month-to-month gain was 0.8%, against the expected 0.2%.
Excluding volatile food and energy prices, the core CPI increased 3% from the same period in 2020 and 0.9% on a monthly basis. The respective estimates were 2.3% and 0.3%.
The increase in the annual headline CPI rate was the fastest since September 2008, while the monthly gain in core inflation was the largest since 1981.
Energy prices overall jumped 25% from a year earlier, including a 49.6% increase for gasoline and 37.3% for fuel oil. That came even though most energy categories saw a decline in April.
Prices at the pump, which fell 1.4% in April, have resumed their climb in May, with the national average eclipsing $3 a gallon for the first time since November 2014, according to AAA. Further rises are likely from Friday’s cyberattack that shut down Colonial Pipeline’s main transmission line from Houston to New Jersey.
Used car and truck prices, which are seen as a key inflation indicator, surged 21%, including a 10% increase in April alone. Shelter, another key CPI component, was up 2.1% year over year and 0.4% for the month.
The worst violence in years between Israelis and Palestinians showed no signs of letting up Wednesday, as continued Israeli airstrikes and Hamas rocket fire prompted the United Nations to warn the conflict could mushroom into “full-scale war.
“Israel’s bombing campaign in Gaza has now killed at least 67 people, including 17 children, and injured more than 388 more, according to the Gaza-based Palestinian health ministry. Israel says at least 15 of the dead were Hamas militants.
“Stop the fire immediately. We’re escalating towards a full-scale war,” tweeted UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Tor Wennesland. “The cost of war in Gaza is devastating & is being paid by ordinary people. UN is working w/ all sides to restore calm. Stop the violence now.”
Under President Trump America oversaw the signing of 4 separate peace treaties between Israel and middle eastern Arab countries. Biden is the president of WAR.
It comes as the Associated Press reported Tuesday that the administration is currently housing approximately 21,000 illegal immigrant kids in some 200 facilities across two dozen states.
Five of the shelters reportedly house more than 1,000 children, while a facility at Fort Bliss in Texas had more than 4,500 children as of Monday. The report further found that about half of all kids detained in the US are sleeping in shelters with more than 1,000 other children. More than 17,650 are in facilities with 100 or more children.
At the White House Tuesday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas reiterated his insistence that “the border is closed,” despite daily footage of illegal immigrants wading across the Rio Grande.
The city council vowed last year in the wake of the death of George Floyd to get rid of the police, and Mayor Jacob Frey did little to stand in their way, despite claiming that he did not want to fully abolish the police — which famously upset protesters who confronted him on the subject.
As the movement to defund the police gained steam, crime in the city began to increase as cops left the force. After a while, the same city council that trashed cops and threatened to gut their departments realized the city needed help, and they were forced to outsource its police work.
Just a few months later, the council voted so spend an additional $6.4 million on the police. But the damage had already been done.
Crime has been spiking in Minneapolis. Just last weekend, seven people were shot in a span of 12 hours, according to WCCO-TV.
The problem has become so severe that Mayor Frey is holding meetings with community leaders in an attempt find solutions to the spike in violent crime. And he has been forced to admit that the calls to abolish the police are at least partly responsible.
Last Friday, Frey told citizens the city needs to get to work stopping the criminals.
“The violence needs to stop, it’s unacceptable,” he said, WCCO reported. “People deserve to feel safe in their neighborhood, they deserve to be able to send their kids out to the sidewalk to play and to recreate without bullets flying by. That’s unacceptable. We should be holding those perpetrators accountable.”
He added that the city currently doesn’t have enough officers to respond to the city’s crime needs, and he hopes city council members will actually try to work with Police Chief Medaria Arradondo.
“It’s going to take a very comprehensive effort,” Frey added. “Yes, it includes safety beyond policing, and it includes police. And, you know, I’m one that has been working lock step with our Chief Arradondo, and I’m calling on the council members to try to work with him as well.”
It is safe to say Biden or whoever is handling his senile brain is TRYING to destroy America and seize for power for the ruling class. Liberalism MUST be stopped.
NO MANS LAND EPISODE 1: HOW TO SOLVE THE BORDER CRISIS AND GET THE KIDS OUT OF CAGES
Border Crisis Quick Facts
- The Border Patrol encountered 18,663 unaccompanied children in March 2021, well above previous highs of 11,475 in May 2019 and 10,620 in June 2014. The agency started publishing the numbers in 2009. Before then, adults made up the vast majority of those crossing the border.
- March’s count was roughly double those encountered by the Border Patrol in February and more than five times the number in March 2020.
- Amid the growing numbers, more than 4,000 people at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection holding facility have been jammed into a space designed for 250 at a tent complex in Donna, Texas.
- The Pentagon has canceled all border wall projects paid for with military funds. (Gender Pakistan Gender Programs are still being funded with military funds)
- In Guatemala, almost 60% of people live below the poverty line, and government institutions are weak and wracked by corruption, making many cities essentially lawless. For that reason among other, many people in Guatemala choose to enter Mexico in hopes of reaching the United States.
- According to Border Patrol Agent Angel Moreno, smuggling operations all along the southern border are actively looking for teens to get people across the border and/or to drive them deep into the U.S.
- California migrant detention center called out for ‘years of abuse and misconduct’
- Illegal immigration costs our nation $275 billion a year, money that could be better spent on legal immigration and helping refugees if the illegal immigration problem is solved.
It is clear this has become a crisis that needs fixed. How do you fix a problem? you find what is causing that problem and find a solution to stop the problems.
What Is Causing The Border Crisis
It is vital to first understand what is causing this problem. If the media is allowed to spin and lie about the border crisis as they have the cause of the problem will never be found and the problem wont be solved. That’s why the problem has not been solved since Obama’s Administration built the cages. Obviously everyone with a heart wants to solve the problem and get kids out of cages. So why has that not happened? The answer is actually very simple. The political establishment profits too much from illegal immigration and they truth is they don’t want to fix the problems. Trump predicted as many non-partisan political figures did that Biden’s open border policies would cause a border crisis. The Biden crowd was screaming about getting the kids out of cages a year ago now they are silent. Biden has followed a say one thing do the opposite since he began his campaign for president.
The president campaigned on easing immigration controls, including a moratorium on deportations, an end to former President Donald Trump’s “wait in Mexico” policy for asylum-seekers and halting construction of the border wall. That platform gave migrants good reason to believe it would be easier to get into the United States if he were elected.
Since taking office, Biden has also given them good reason to think they might be allowed to stay, as his immigration bill would offer legal status and a pathway to citizenship to much of the U.S. undocumented population.
Playing to the wishes of the Democratic base while ignoring the need for more enforcement has merely exacerbated the problem at the border and is becoming impossible to deny, much as the Biden administration would like to. It’s not only a problem in terms of the United States being ill-equipped and under-resourced to handle the surge. It also leads migrants to take risks on dangerous terrain and increases the likelihood that unaccompanied minors will end up in perilous conditions.
In summary Biden’s policies are causing a surge of illegal immigration that is landing thousands of trafficked unaccompanied children in cages. More illegal immigration has caused more kids in cages, when we has less illegal immigration under Trump we directly had less kids in cages as a result. How do you stop illegal immigration?
A secure border that stops illegal immigration is the first step to solving any problem on America’s Southern border. As long as the border remains open and weak illegal immigration will thrive. We have now seen how first hand a weak border leads directly to more kids in cages. The US-Mexico border wall has been heavily criticized but even without being finished has made an undeniable impact on securing the southern border.
Effective physical infrastructure works to secure our Southwest Border. Since the U.S. Border Patrol began constructing border barriers nearly 30 years ago, these barriers have proved to be a critical component in gaining operational control of the border.
Deploying the wall system in high priority areas—particularly urban areas where illegal border crossers can quickly vanish into the surrounding community—allows the USBP to decide where border crossings take place, not smugglers, and the USBP can deploy personnel and technology in complement to the border barrier.
In 2006, the U.S. Senate voted in a bipartisan 80 to 19 majority to pass the Secure Fence Act, which authorized construction of physical infrastructure to secure the border. Securing our Southwest Border was once a bipartisan issue.
“Every nation has not only the right, but the absolute duty, to protect its borders and its citizens. A nation without borders is a nation not at all.”President Donald J Trump
As of October 23, 2020, construction of the wall system breaks down as follows:
- FUNDED: 738 miles
- COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION: 386 miles
- UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 195 miles
- PRE-CONSTRUCTION PHASE: 157 miles
- Construction was ahead of pace prior to Biden’s arrival.
THE WALL IS EFFECTIVE – DISRUPTING CRIMINALS AND SMUGGLERS
The results speak for themselves: illegal drug, border crossings, and human smuggling activities have decreased in areas where barriers are deployed. For example:
San Diego Sector:
- In one short 12 mile section in the San Diego Sector, the wall reduced CBP manpower requirements by 150 agents every 24 hours. That is approximately a $28 million return on investment per year in salaries and benefits. These agents were redeployed to fill resource gaps in other areas of the border — further improving our security.
- CBP’s San Diego Field Office continues to be a significant source of narcotics seizures. From FY 19 to FY 20, seizures of fentanyl, marijuana, and methamphetamine all increased, with meth seizures jumping at alarming rates in the past several years – demonstrating that the border wall is forcing drug smugglers to where we are best prepared to catch them – our ports of entry.
- Illegal entries in areas with new border wall system plummeted over 87% in FY 20 compared to FY 19.
- In FY 19, CBP deployed a temporary barrier, which it has replaced with a permanent system, at the Sanchez Canal, which resulted in illegal entries decreasing in this area by more than 1,000 per month.
- In FY 19, in areas of older existing border fencing or barriers, Yuma Sector apprehended 12 large groups (over a 100 persons) compared to zero large groups in FY 20 with new border wall system.
- Family Unit entries have decreased over 95%
- FY 19: 51,961 vs. FY 20: 2,940
- Family Unit entries have decreased over 95%
- In a section of RGV (Zone 1) apprehensions have decreased since the construction of the border wall system. This is a location that has never had any border infrastructure.
- CBP has seen 79% decrease in apprehensions in this area (Zone 1) since the completion of border wall system.
- CBP has seen a 26% decrease in narcotics seizures since the completion of border wall system in this area.
- In another section of RGV, prior to construction of the border wall system it was common to see illegal aliens running across a heavily traveled road, putting themselves and members of the community at risk.
- Smugglers are now forced to take their groups further west into areas that are less dense with brush and easier for CBP surveillance cameras to detect illicit activity.
El Paso Sector:
- El Paso Sector has experienced a significant reduction in drug and smuggling activities in areas where the new border wall system was built.
- Most notably, in Zones 14 and 15 of the Santa Teresa (STN) AOR where apprehensions have decreased by 60% and 81% respectively when comparing the last half of fiscal year FY 20 to the first half of FY 20.
- El Paso Station has experienced similar results from the new border wall in Zones 20 – 23, with a reduction in apprehensions of 70% during the same timeframe.
An NBC News poll showed 66% of Liberal Media NBC News’ readers believing we need better border security. Border security is a Bipartisan want for the People of the United States
Bottom Line: All sides of the political isle must call for the border wall to be finished.
Biden’s Illegal Immigration Policy Hurts Legal Immigration
You will hear Biden and the liberals defend illegal immigration but you wont see them stick their neck out for Legal Immigrants anytime soon. Biden’s policies have directly led to a massive increase in illegal immigration that likes of which have never been seen before.
In less Than 3 Months Biden’s policies led to over 100,000 more illegal immigrants being caught crossing the border than the entire previous year.
In 2016 Liberal media Politico admitted: “Yes, Immigration Hurts American Workers”
This message might be hard for many Americans to process, but anyone who tells you that immigration doesn’t have any negative effects doesn’t understand how it really works. When the supply of workers goes up, the price that firms have to pay to hire workers goes down. Wage trends over the past half-century suggest that a 10 percent increase in the number of workers with a particular set of skills probably lowers the wage of that group by at least 3 percent. Even after the economy has fully adjusted, those skill groups that received the most immigrants will still offer lower pay relative to those that received fewer immigrants.
We don’t need to rely on complex statistical calculations to see the harm being done to some workers. Simply look at how employers have reacted. A decade ago, Crider Inc., a chicken processing plant in Georgia, was raided by immigration agents, and 75 percent of its workforce vanished over a single weekend. Shortly after, Crider placed an ad in the local newspaper announcing job openings at higher wages. Similarly, the flood of recent news reports on abuse of the H-1B visa program shows that firms will quickly dismiss their current tech workforce when they find cheaper immigrant workers.
Immigrants receive government assistance at higher rates than natives. The higher cost of all the services provided to immigrants and the lower taxes they pay (because they have lower earnings) inevitably implies that on a year-to-year basis immigration creates a fiscal hole of at least $50 billion—a burden that falls on the native population.
if illegal immigrants in such great numbers were competing for the jobs of professors, lawyers, and doctors, the debate would not be occurring because public policy would already have demanded reform. But because many illegal immigrants go into low-income jobs, Dr. Briggs viewed policy makers as deciding that freshman economics (the law of supply and demand) does not apply. Dr. Briggs objected strongly to loading up a labor market with a big labor force that is not legally in the country. He said that while ethnic networking is illegal under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, sociology recognizes its strength, especially in finding employment. Vice Chair Thernstrom observed that there has never been a black labor market network in the same sense as other ethnic networks.
The chart above shows how every-time Illegal immigration decreases it results in a spike in legal immigration. every-time illegal immigration has increased under liberal policy legal immigration has decreased. Border security DOES NOT MEAN LESS IMMIGRATION OVERALL
The bottom line: All American citizens should call for stricter border policy that cracks down on illegal immigration and supports legal immigration.
How can anyone help?
First you can use the Find My Senator button below to find and request the your Senator seek to finish the border wall, fight for stricter policy on illegal immigration, and GET THE KIDS OUT OF THE CAGES!
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DALLAS, TX– According to a press release from the Department of Justice (DOJ) U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Texas, 13 drug traffickers have been sentenced to more than 235 years combined in federal prison.
The individuals were arrested following an investigation led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Acting U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah stated that all 13 individuals have ties to a Mexican drug cartel and each defendant plead guilty to their charges.
During this investigation, authorities seized about four kilograms of cocaine, seven kilograms of methamphetamine and half a dozen firearms.
Those who were arrested, along with their charges, are listed below.
Indictment #1 – U.S. v. Gutierrez, et al.
This indictment charges the 16 people with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
- Anthony Gutierrez, aka Cuzzo, age 34 of San Juan
- Jose Francisco Gutierrez, age 33 of Killeen
- Sarah Elizabeth Crigger, age 30 of Nolanville
- Bobby Quinton Gentile, age 43 of Holland
- Ashley Nicole Sutton, age 31 of Belton
- Wesley Warrick, age 50 of Cameron
- Carlos Avila, age 38 of Buckholts
- Joe David Beck, age 50 of Temple
- Lesleigh Arianne Bittner, age 33 of Belton
- Aleah Freitag, age 29 of Rockdale
- Kimberly Lee, age 26 of Gatesville
- Colton Lane Lewis, age 30 of Temple
- Angela Loy, age 32 of Temple
- Frank Medina Jr, age 43 of Temple
- Timothy Neal Nyquist, age 36 of Temple
- Trisha Ann Sanchez, age 40 of Temple.
This indictment alleges that the defendants were working since January 2020 to distribute multiple kilograms of methamphetamine in Bell County and surrounding areas.
Gutierrez, Crigger and Lewis were already in custody prior to Thursday. Anthony Gutierrez, Jose Gutierrez, Crigger, Gentile, Sutton and Warrick face between 10 years and life in federal prison. The other defendants face between five and 40 years in federal prison.
Indictment #2 – U.S. v. Cory Joe Barton
This indictment charges 35-year-old Cory Joe Barton of Gatesville with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine. If convicted, Barton faces 10 years to life in federal prison. Barton was previously arrested.
Indictment #3 – U.S. v. Lori Oliphint
This indictment charges 43-year-old Lori Oliphint of Temple with possession with intent to distribute under 50 grams of methamphetamine on August 19, 2020. If convicted, Oliphint faces up to 20 years in federal prison. Authorities arrested Oliphint Thursday.
Indictment #4 – U.S. v. Kayli Marie Guthrie
This indictment charges 21-year-old Kayli Marie Guthrie of Temple with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The indictment alleges that on May 21, 2020, Guthrie was in possession of a Colt .45 caliber handgun. According to the indictment, Guthrie was convicted on March 27, 2020, in Bell County, for possession of a controlled substance less than one gram and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Authorities arrested Guthrie Thursday.
Indictment #5 – U.S. v. Annie Rose Lewis
This indictment charges 31-year-old Annie Rose Lewis of Temple with one count of convicted felon in possession of a firearm. The indictment alleges that on Dec. 21, 2020, Lewis possessed a .380 caliber pistol. Lewis has a 2011 federal conviction for manufacturing counterfeit currency. If convicted, Lewis faces up to 10 years in federal prison. Authorities arrested Lewis Friday.
- President Joe Biden will set an increased cap on refugee admissions by May 15, the White House said.
- That comes after the Biden administration earlier suggested it was sticking with President Trump’s cap of 15,000.
- The White House faced pushback from refugee advocates and congressional Democrats for breaking a promise.
The White House capped a confusing day of inconsistent messaging on refugees by saying President Joe Biden will set a new, higher goal for admissions by this time next month.
Earlier, the news was bleak for victims of war and repression seeking to start a new life in the United States: 15,000 cap on refugees. In an emergency directive sent to Congress on Friday, the president said that was the maximum number of refugees — the lowest in four decades — that he would commit to resettling in the current fiscal year, which ends September 30.
“Should 15,000 admissions… be reached prior to the end of the fiscal year and the emergency refugee situation persists, a subsequent Presidential Determination may be issued to increase admissions, as appropriate,” the document said.
That was a significant departure from the 62,500 that Biden announced he would resettle soon after taking office, with reports that the White House feared the “political optics” of refugee resettlement amid the surge in asylum-seekers at the southern border.
Sunil Varghese, director of the International Refugee Assistance Project, said in a statement that it was “disappointing and highly unusual to see the administration backtrack on its proposal to increase refugee admissions overall.” The group said the White House should fill the 15,000 slots immediately and then raise the admissions cap up to what it initially promised — a door left open by the directive itself.
Sen. Bob Menendez, chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was also livid. The White House, he said, by failing to raise the cap had “not only stymied the number of refugees permitted entrance into the United States, but also it has prevented the Department of State from admitting vetted refugees currently waiting in the system.”
A new low on refugees
The Biden administration is currently on track to admit the fewest number of refugees in modern history, with only 2,050 admitted halfway through the 2021 fiscal year, according to an analysis by the International Rescue Committee. That, advocates concede, is a product of the last administration, which left the refugee resettlement program “decimated” as part of an agenda to drastically limit the legal avenues for immigrating to the US.
But a cap on refugee admissions is not a floor, which left many Democrats and their voters confused as to why, logistical challenges or not, the White House was tying itself to the same low number set by the administration it replaced.
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan did not help clarify the matter. “America needs to rebuild our refugee resettlement program,” he said in a post on Twitter. “We will use all 15,000 slots under the new Determination and work with Congress on increasing admissions and building back to the numbers to which we’ve committed.”
But what commitment? The administration has said it would like to admit as many as 125,000 refugees in the next fiscal year. It was left ambiguous whether Sullivan was referring to that or Biden’s commitment for here and now.
The confusion, clarified
To muddy things further, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, speaking to reporters Friday afternoon, said Biden “remains committed to raising the cap.” And she said, specifically, that the number by October would be 62,500.
But Psaki, too, would backtrack. In a statement issued later Friday evening, she conceded that Biden’s position on refugee admissions had been “the subject of some confusion.” She then outlined the latest stance. “Given the decimated refugee admissions program we inherited, and burdens on the Office of Refugee Resettlement, his initial goal of 62,500 seems unlikely.”
Psaki portrayed Biden’s Friday directive as merely a stopgap measure that would allow for the resettlement of refugees who had been prohibited from entry by the last president, such as those from Iraq. Left unanswered, however, is just how many refugees this administration will try to accept this year. On that question, confusion lingers — but we should have a definitive answer, Psaki said, “by May 15.”
So basically Biden is grinding legal immigration to a hault and once again encouraging immigrants to attempt to enter illegally.
We’re facing the highest apprehension level we’ve seen in decades, but this isn’t by accident. Biden campaigned on open border policies & that’s what he’s delivering. When it comes to responding to this border crisis, the President and VP are completely AWOL. Watch Abbot’s interview below
Traffickers are getting more and more creative as States try to control the surge caused by Biden. Yesterday, a Del Rio Sector K9 alerted to this trailer at one of our checkpoints. An inspection located 2 children (ages 10 and 15) trapped under the trailer boards with 18 adults. With temperatures on the rise, smuggling attempts like these have a high potential to turn deadly.
Technology continues to assist, even at our checkpoints. Our agents encountered this vehicle at an immigration checkpoint and became suspicious. Tech revealed a person trapped inside a padlocked toolbox. A search revealed a total of 3 trapped in the truck with no means of escape.
agents arrested a group of 60 illegal aliens early Tuesday morning after camera operators spotted them approaching from Mexico. Groups of this size regularly enter the U.S. in areas where there is limited to no infrastructure.
Hero Border Patrol agents rescued an unresponsive female in the brush just in time to save her life. Watch Below
Indio agents seized 36+ lbs of deadly meth concealed in a spare tire & speaker. Smugglers continue to try & sneak these deadly drugs into our communities.
Agents arrested a Mexican national with a criminal record that dates back to 2008. His rap sheet includes Grand Theft Auto, DUI & Possession of a Weapon. Our agents work alongside our local partners to protect the community.
Laredo Sector agents, working with @unitedisd Police Department, discovered 63 individuals found inside a commercial trailer during a failed human smuggling attempt in east Laredo.
Monday, Border Patrol agents inspected a freight train as it arrived in Hebbronville, Texas. A total of 37 illegal aliens were found within multiple rail cars. 19 of those individuals were found trapped inside a grain hopper and had to be rescued using a ladder.