Although numbers are down, border arrests remain at their highest level since 2007. The majority of apprehensions are families and children.
Congress could fix the border crisis and the asylum fraud fueling it, but Democrats have repeatedly refused in order to exploit a crisis they manufactured.
There is a crisis at the southern border, but U.S. law enforcement isn’t to blame. It’s time for Democrats to admit who’s really at fault.
The president of the National Border Patrol Council slammed the unfair, viral criticisms of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) in an op-ed.
AOC claimed that CBP officers were sexually and physically threatening her and that illegal immigrants were told to drink from toilet bowls.
Democrats and the media have jettisoned all sense of reality about the border crisis, and offer nothing now but phony outrage.
Ocasio-Cortez’ claim equivocates law enforcement with racist incarceration and ethnic cleansing, delegitimizing the suffering of actual concentration camp victims.
In March, federal authorities apprehended or turned back more than 103,000 noncitizens, more than half of them families claiming asylum. Most of them are not eligible for asylum, but it gets them into the U.S.
“Agents had already taken over 430 people into custody within the first three hours in what appears to be only the beginning of another busy day for the El Paso Sector Border Patrol.”
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon said ‘just following orders’ is no more an excuse for U.S. border officials than it was ‘back in Germany.’
On a special mini episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, John Daniel Davidson interviews with Border Patrol agents on why a wall alone won’t stop migrant families.
The Mexican cartels uses migrants to flood the zone and distract Border Patrol from their efforts to smuggle opioids and other drugs across.
Maybe Congress doesn’t want to fund Trump’s wall because it would never work, not even if the U.S. military built it and deployed along the southern border.
Senior Correspondent John Davidson reports from the Rio Grand Valley in Southeast Texas. He interview Border Patrol agents and humanitarian aid workers.
The complexities and realities of the U.S.-Mexico border are inescapable in the Rio Grande Valley, far from the immigration reform platitudes of Washington.
A ‘news story’ about an incorrect ACLU statement regarding border patrol checkpoints during Hurricane Harvey illustrates why Americans hate the media.
Donald Trump’s speech shows that while he is not ‘softening’ on immigration, he has made some progress towards formulating solutions. He needs to make more.
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