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Breaking News Alert Poll: Voters Say Stopping Biden's Border Invasion Is More Important Than Funding Ukraine

February Data Shows New Record High For Biden’s Border Invasion

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The invasion at the Southern U.S. border intensified last month when more than 189,900 illegal border crossers were caught entering the United States.

That statistic marks the highest number of illegal border crossers recorded in any February since U.S. Customs and Border Protection began tracking apprehensions in 2000. It also comes on the heels of the most single-month foreign trespasser encounters ever, more than 300,000, recorded by border officials in December.

As illegal immigration continues to dominate voters’ concerns heading into the 2024 election, President Joe Biden and his allies in corporate media are doing their best to cover up the ongoing influx of foreigners. When the administration and outlets aren’t refusing to mention the crisis, they are spinning and downplaying the data to detract criticism from the Democrat regime.

“Arrests for illegal border crossings nudge up in February but still among lowest of Biden presidency,” ABC News declared.

“Among the lowest of Biden presidency” doesn’t mean much after three years of record-breaking crossings, crime, and trafficking that can all be traced back to Biden’s first day in office, when he reversed his predecessor’s border security measures.

CBP claims the “majority” of the estimated 10 million illegal border crosser individuals who made their way into the states on Biden’s watch have been “removed, returned, or expelled,” but does not mention the number of repeat offenders who quickly find their way back to America or the millions of families waiting out court dates from inside the country.

Biden has the power to end the border invasion and many of the complications that come with it, but chooses not to. Instead, his administration blames Republicans. At the same time the White House publicly criticizes Republicans like former President Donald Trump and Greg Abbott, it’s working to strip states of the power to defend themselves.

The president has also had plenty of opportunities to apologize to the millions of Americans victimized by the chaos and crime his open border policies incentivized. Instead, Biden has directed his sympathies to foreign criminals, like the native Venezuelan with a criminal history who allegedly murdered college student Laken Riley, for referring to him as “illegal” during his State of the Union address.

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