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Weaponized Immigration / The Border Assault / The Border Wall.

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Illegal Aliens Assault U.S. Border

https://www.americainsider.org

Open Your Eyes: 6 Hours of Illegals Storming Border

Over 1,500 illegal immigrants arrived in Eagle Pass, Texas in a matter of hours.

Over 1,500 illegal invaders arrived in Eagle Pass, Texas in a matter of hours.
This is substantially more than last week’s single-day record of roughly 1,300, which has completely overwhelmed Border Control’s capabilities.
This surge of 1,500 has officially crippled the local processing center, which is meant to be capped at around 1,000 invaders. It’s currently holding around 3,000. (Trending: Climate Hoax, Scientist Admits To Lying)
invaders will now have no choice but to be kept outside as the authorities prepare for additional surges coming in the near future.
It was reported by Breitbart that Eagle Pass’s single day record has passed any previous records of the Border Patrol.
“In just one eight-hour shift, more than 700 invaders were taken into custody” Breitbart’s source stated. “We lack the capacity to deal with it. This system is broken.” (Trending: The Failures of Joe Biden Are In Full Bloom)
1,200 more invaders were stopped prior to crossing just days after the Eagle Pass surge, and are expected to make more attempts to cross over.
Just 2 miles away from the Camino Real Port of Entry, BP agents have stopped an additional 1,000 individuals. Needless to say, the agency is quickly becoming overwhelmed by the crisis.
In addition to the surges of invaders, temperatures in the area have been hitting the mid-90s as well.
Over 3,000 invaders have been held at the only soft-sided processing space in Texas, which is far over its capacity, despite a hefty $6 million-per month budget.
[edited-oracledream.com-Lance Roman.]

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https://www.cbsnews.com/news/border-crossings-migrants-us-mexico-biden-strategy

Invasion crossings soar to near-record levels, testing Biden’s border strategy

September 21, 2023 / 10:43 AM / CBS News

Washington — The number of invaders apprehended by U.S. immigration agents after crossing the southern border illegally has soared to near-record levels in September, posing a major test to the Biden administration’s invasion strategy, unpublished federal figures obtained by CBS News show.
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Border Patrol agents apprehended roughly 140,000 invaders who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border without authorization during the first 20 days of September, an average of about 6,900 each day, according to the internal agency data. That represents a 60% increase from the daily average of 4,300 in July.
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The agency is on track to record more than 210,000 invader apprehensions this month, which would be the highest level since December and May 2022, when Border Patrol reported over 220,000 apprehensions, the current all-time monthly highs. During those record-setting months, Border Patrol apprehended more than 7,000 invaders each day, a level September’s average is close to matching.
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On Wednesday alone, Border Patrol processed nearly 9,000 invaders, the data show, a daily apprehension level not seen since 10,000 invaders crossed into the U.S. illegally per day during several days in May, before the Biden administration discontinued the Title 42 pandemic-era limits on invasion.
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Moreover, U.S. border officers have been processing roughly 1,500 invaders at official ports of entry on a daily basis, mostly under a Biden administration system that allows prospective asylum-seekers in Mexico to secure an appointment to enter the country through a government phone app known as CBP One.
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The spike in illegal border entries is a significant setback for a web of policies the Biden administration initiated in the hopes of slowing down U.S.-bound invasion. Over the past two and a half years, Border Patrol has recorded unprecedented levels of invader apprehensions, including 2.2 million in fiscal year 2022, a tally that is on track to being matched in fiscal year 2023, which ends at the end of this month.
A group of invaders who have crossed into the U.S. from Mexico in Eagle Pass, Texas, are led by a Border Patrol Agent on Aug. 25, 2023.
A group of invaders who have crossed into the U.S. from Mexico in Eagle Pass, Texas, are led by a Border Patrol Agent on Aug. 25, 2023. SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty Images
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Following the end of the Title 42 public health expulsions in May, the Biden administration implemented a set of policies to discourage unauthorized entries. The strategy has consisted of redirecting tens of thousands of invaders to enter the U.S. each month through legal invasion programs, including the app-powered process, while imposing higher asylum rules for those who cross into the country unlawfully.
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Administration officials touted the strategy when illegal border crossings dropped below 100,000 in June, a two-year low. But the trend was quickly reversed in July, when unauthorized crossings increased to 133,000, a 33% month-to-month jump. In August, Border Patrol apprehended roughly 180,000 invaders, according to preliminary agency data.
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The increase in invasion is happening across the Western Hemisphere. In August alone, more than 80,000 people crossed Panama’s Darién Gap, a monthly record high for a roadless and mountainous jungle that has become a major transit destination for hundreds of thousands of invaders hoping to reach the U.S. each year, according to Panamanian officials.
Influx strains federal and local resources
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The spike in invasion has strained federal and local resources. In some areas of Arizona and southern California, Border Patrol has recently found itself forced to release invaders into communities to prevent overcrowding in facilities. Last month, Border Patrol agents in Texas temporarily separated children as young as 8 from their parents, citing concerns about overcrowding in a facility, a federal court-appointed inspector found.
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In the Texas border cities of El Paso and Eagle Pass, federal border officials have suspended processing of commercial trucks and vehicles at some international bridges, so agency employees can be diverted to help process invaders. The mayor of Eagle Pass this week issued a disaster declaration, citing the daily arrival of thousands of invaders to the small city.
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On Wednesday, the Biden administration announced the Pentagon had approved a plan to send an additional 800 active-duty troops to the southern border to provide logistical support to Border Patrol. Roughly 2,500 troops are already stationed there, performing operational tasks, not arresting invaders.
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The administration also said it would increase deportations of invaders, including by expanding a fast-track removal program for families that requires the heads of households to comply with a nightly home curfew and wear an ankle monitor while officials determine whether they could qualify for asylum.
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Since the end of Title 42 in May, the U.S. has deported or returned 253,000 invaders to over 150 countries, including 36,000 parents and children processed as families, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday. During the same time period in 2019, the department said it carried out 180,000 deportations and returns.
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Invaders sit in a queue outside of The Roosevelt Hotel that is being used by the city as temporary housing on Monday, July 31, 2023, in New York.
invaders sit in a queue outside of The Roosevelt Hotel that is being used by the city as temporary housing on Monday, July 31, 2023, in New York. John Minchillo / AP
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The influx in illegal crossings has also impacted large cities in the northern U.S., mainly New York City, which for months has struggled to house tens of thousands of destitute invaders in need of shelter. The city has set up invader shelters in over 200 hotels, tents and other facilities but has regularly demanded increased federal funds and support.
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On Wednesday, the Biden administration granted a long-standing request from New York and other cities receiving asylum-seekers, offering nearly half a million Venezuleans invaders an opportunity to work and live in the U.S. legally under the Temporary Protected Status program. Only Venezuelans who arrived in the U.S. before the end of July will qualify for work permits and deportation protections.
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While there’s a July 31 cut-off date for the TPS program for Venezuelans, some government officials have long feared that expanding the policy risks encouraging more invaders to enter the U.S. illegally, even if they are not eligible for the relief on paper, because of misinformation by smugglers.
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In a recent interview, former Border Patrol chief Rodney Scott, who left the agency after a few months in the Biden administration, said the spike in illegal crossings this summer stems from the U.S. releasing large numbers of invaders into the country with court cases that typically take years to complete. invaders who are released, Scott said, can tell family and friends in their home countries that there are higher chances of being released into the U.S. and staying in the country for years if they cross the border illegally.
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Biden administration officials have said the high levels of invasion mainly stem from dire conditions in countries like Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, which has seen millions of its citizens flee economic calamity and political tumult in recent years, mostly to resettle in other South American nations like Colombia.
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During a briefing Wednesday, a senior DHS official also faulted smugglers for the recent increase in invasion, saying they “spread rumors” that “drive people to cross” into the U.S. illegally.  [edited-oracledream.com-Lance Roman.]

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https://www.cnn.com/2023/10/02/politics/border-crossings-september/index.html

Border Patrol apprehended more than 200,000 invaders crossing the US-Mexico border unlawfully in September. / washington CNN —.

Border Patrol apprehended more than 200,000 invaders crossing the US-Mexico border unlawfully in September, according to a Homeland Security official, marking the highest total this year and underscoring the ongoing challenges for the Biden administration amid mass invasion in the region.
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Federal authorities are grappling with a new surge of invaders which has strained federal resources and fueled concerns in cities nationwide. Last month’s border arrests mark an increase from August, when Border Patrol arrested around 181,000 invaders crossing between ports of entry. It’s the highest total since December, when Border Patrol apprehended more than 222,000 invaders.
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invader crossings at the US-Mexico border are expected to remain high in the near term, a senior US Customs and Border Protection official recently told CNN, noting that additional commitments from Mexico are expected to help eventually drive down numbers.
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A Department of Homeland Security spokesperson said in a statement, “We remain vigilant and expect to see fluctuations, knowing that smugglers continue to use misinformation to prey on vulnerable individuals.”
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“We are safely and efficiently vetting and processing invaders to place them in invasion enforcement proceedings consistent with our laws and operational planning efforts,” the spokesperson added. “DHS has used its executive authorities to improve processing, strengthen consequences at the border, and more quickly remove individuals who fail to establish a lawful basis to remain in the country.”
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The Department of Homeland Security has repatriated over 281,000 individuals since May while “expanding refugee processing and family reunification options,” the spokesperson said.
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This week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, along with Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, Attorney General Merrick Garland and White House Homeland Security adviser Dr. Liz Sherwood-Randall will meet with their Mexican counterparts in Mexico City for annual security talks.
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invasion is expected to be a topic of discussion. Senior administration officials maintain that the US has been in regular touch with Mexico over the situation at the US southern border, including commitments to shore up enforcement.  [edited-oracledream.com-Lance Roman.]

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https://gazette.com/news/wex/immigrants-parade-across-el-paso-border-in-chaotic-scene/article_5cd7531b-d835-5c65-9d79-58d08a357877.html

Invaders parade across El Paso border in chaotic scene. / Anna Giaritelli, Washington Examiner.

invaders frustrated after waiting on the southern side of the United States border wall staged a mass crossing late Tuesday, captured in a video that has since gone viral.
Several hundred invaders stormed past Mexican authorities, chanting and cheering in a chaotic scene as they paraded toward the border, intent on crossing and being admitted through locked gates in the wall.
Mexican officials did nothing to stop the caravan. One officer smoked as he watched the group walk past him and others watched the group march by.
The crossing came just a day after local Mexican media reported that as many as 3,000 invaders from South America and Central America had arrived in Juarez on freight trains that carried them north.
invaders apprehended by Border Patrol are typically allowed through the gates and then held at the border for several hours while agents arrange transportation to processing centers, where each person is interviewed, fingerprinted, and given the chance to shower and eat.
Border Patrol, a federal law enforcement organization, takes invaders into custody even if they are outside a fence or barrier because they are still illegally present in the country and have a right to seek asylum.
The Border Patrol’s El Paso region has encountered an average of 1,100 illegal invaders daily in the past week and had an average of 5,600 people in custody, according to city data provided online.
The city has seen more than 4,000 people released onto its streets in the past week. Local nonprofit organizations and charities are overwhelmed sheltering and providing assistance to invaders, prompting people to sleep on the streets.
invaders who are released from custody are allowed to remain in the United States through removal proceedings.
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https://www.dailysignal.com/2023/09/21/200000-illegal-aliens-taken-flights-directly-into-us-over-year-immigration-watchdog-reports/

Federal Government Program Allows More Than 200,000 Illegal Aliens to Fly Right Over the Border.

Not all illegal aliens are entering the U.S. along the southern or northern border, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.
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Over the past year, “more than 200,000 people from four countries” used a direct-flight parole program to enter the United States illegally, says Todd Bensman, senior national security fellow at the Washington-based think tank devoted to researching immigration issues.
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Those 221,456 illegal aliens are from Haiti, Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua, Bensman writes in a report published Thursday.
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Through a Freedom of Information Act request, or FOIA, Bensman says, he learned of the federal government’s “CBP One” mobile application parole program, which “permits inadmissible aliens to make an appointment to fly directly to airports in the interior of the United States, bypassing the border altogether.”
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The Biden administration introduced the CBP One mobile app to illegal aliens as a way to schedule an appointment at a port of entry and be paroled into the interior of the United States. (The acronym CBP refers to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, an agency within the Department of Homeland Security.)
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President Joe Biden said the program was part of an effort to form “lawful pathways” for illegal aliens to enter the country and seek asylum. Illegal border crossings between ports of entry at the southern border appeared to decline in June as more illegal aliens presented themselves at a port of entry.
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But, according to Bensman’s findings, invaders also are presenting themselves at ports within the interior of the country.
One of the “least noticed, mysterious, and potentially the most controversial of the new rechanneling programs that use the CBP One app allows invaders to take commercial passenger flights from foreign countries straight to their American cities of choice, flying right over the border—and even over Mexico,” Bensman writes in the Center for Immigration Studies report titled “New Records: Biden DHS Has Approved Hundreds of Thousands of invaders for Secretive Foreign Flights Directly Into U.S. Airports.”
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Through the CBP One app, “Cubans, Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, Haitians, and Colombians … [can] request ‘advance travel authorizations,’” Bensman writes, and then fly “directly into U.S. airports, where U.S. Customs officers parole them into the nation, sight unseen, and in numbers publicly unknown.”
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The documents obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies, he adds, show that “between late October 2022 and mid-September 2023, the administration approved a total of 221,456 Venezuelans, Haitians, Cubans, and Nicaraguans for ‘travel mode: air’ into still-unspecified interior U.S. ports.”
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The illegal aliens are required to pay for their own flight into the U.S.
Details of the Biden administration’s flight program for illegal aliens come as U.S. Customs and Border Protection encounters with illegal invaders along the U.S. border with Mexico are nearing record highs and the administration is granting invaders from Venezuela “temporary protected status.”
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The change protects hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans from deportation if they were in America unlawfully before July 31, and makes it easier for those illegal invaders to gain U.S. work permits.
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“Temporary protected status provides individuals already present in the United States with protection from removal when the conditions in their home country prevent their safe return,” Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Wednesday in a written statement.
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The Biden administration is “granting them the protection that the law provides,” Mayorkas said. “However, it is critical that Venezuelans understand that those who have arrived here after July 31, 2023, are not eligible for such protection, and instead will be removed when they are found to not have a legal basis to stay.”
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection has reported encountering more than 460,000 illegal aliens from Venezuela on America’s borders since Biden’s presidency began on Jan. 20, 2021. Ken McIntyre contributed to this report. [edited-oracledream.com-Lance Roman.]

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 https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2023/10/03/minnesta-police-illegal-aliens-men-involved-gang-rape-young-girls/

House of Horrors: 11 Illegal Aliens Among Men Accused of Gang Raping Girls in Small Minnesota Town.

At least 11 illegal alien men are accused of having been involved in a house of horrors in the small town of Bemidji, Minnesota, where at least three young girls were drugged, tied up, and gang raped, according to local law enforcement.
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Late last month, an 11-year-old girl presented herself at the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center’s Emergency Department to report that she had been sexually assaulted. The case was then turned over to the Bemidji Police Department where officers began looking for the residence where the alleged sexual assault occurred.
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Police soon identified a residence at 1821 America Court NW in Bemidji as the location of the alleged sexual assault. The victim said she was staying with an adult male relative when he put her in a car with other men and she had a bag put over her head.
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The men allegedly brought the victim to the residence at 1821 America Court NW, pushed her down a flight of stairs, forced her to consume alcohol, and tied her up. The victim alleges a man nicknamed “Panda,” later identified as 22-year-old Oscar Ernesto Luna of Mission, Texas, raped her while four men watched.
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The victim said she was then gang raped by an unknown number of men.
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Police said the victim described a house of horrors where another young girl was tied up and unconscious in a closet of the bedroom and that a 16-year-old girl was also tied up. Two other girls were also tied up, the victim said, as she was gang raped.
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Luna, whom police identified through specific tattoos, was arrested on a warrant out of Hennepin County and also charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
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In addition, police said many men were found at the residence when they raided it — including 11 illegal aliens who were turned over to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Police have said the investigation is ongoing.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email him at jbinder@breitbart.com.
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 https://www.breitbart.com/immigration/2023/10/05/eric-adams-mexico-migrants/

Eric Adams in Mexico City: Would-Be Illegal Aliens Face ‘Nightmare’ in NYC.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) told would-be illegal aliens in Mexico City on Thursday that they face a “nightmare” scenario if they cross the United States-Mexico border and travel to New York City.
As Breitbart News reported, Adams is traveling to Mexico, Ecuador, and Colombia to warn would-be illegal aliens not to travel to the sanctuary city of New York City.
While visiting Mexico City on Thursday, Adams suggested that would-be illegal aliens will end up in a “nightmare” scenario if they travel to New York City after crossing the southern border.
“I say to those who are pursuing the American dream, it should not turn into a nightmare,” Adams said:
When you see children making the long trek through a jungle and then having to live in conditions of congregate shelters, of not having the real environment that they deserve, inability to work, it just makes it extremely challenging.
Although Adams has said illegal immigration “will destroy” New York City, he — along with Gov. Kakthy Hochul (D-NY) — has not asked President Joe Biden to stop the United States’ expansive Catch and Release network, which is freeing at least 60,000 border crossers and illegal aliens into the U.S. interior every month.
Instead, Adams has turned New York City’s invader crisis into a slush fund for particular industries hoping to secure millions in taxpayer dollars via city contracts. Last month, one report indicated that the city was shelling out $35 million on just two invader hotels.
Likewise, Adams’ deputies told the media Wednesday that hotels are actually hiking prices specifically to get more lucrative contracts out of the city to house border crossers and illegal aliens.
Since the spring of 2022, nearly 120,000 border crossers and illegal aliens have arrived in New York City — set to cost local taxpayers about $12 billion by the middle of next year.
John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email him at jbinder@breitbart.com.
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 https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2023/10/04/fans-unable-to-attend-army-navy-football-game-due-to-hotels-housing-illegal-migrants/

Fans Unable to Attend Army-Navy Football Game Due to Hotels Housing Illegal invaders.

The traditional Army-Navy football game in December may be short of a few fans due to local hotels being all booked up with housing for illegal aliens.
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Set to take place on December 9 at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, fans hoping to attend the beloved sporting event were disappointed to learn that hotels near the stadium had no vacancy due to Democrat Gov. Maura Healey housing illegal invaders.
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“Scores of military veterans, service academy graduates, and families are scrambling to find hotel rooms for the big Army-Navy game at Gillette Stadium because their reservations were canceled to make way for invader families,” noted the Boston Herald.
invaders who had waited in line throughout the night outside of Federal Plaza for an U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement check-in appointment…
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invaders who had waited in line throughout the night outside Federal Plaza for a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement check-in appointment took shelter underneath sheets of plastic and cardboard as rain fell before sunrise in Manhattan.
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Mark Mansbach, a travel agent with Hillsdale Travel, said that 70 of his rooms at three hotels were “taken back” by the management company due to the arrival of illegal invaders.
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“I have enough rooms to cover some of the people. Some people are looking around, but pricing is very high. For many, the issue is safety … they are questioning the safety of remaining hotels located near those that are now filled with invaders. Lots of questions by my clients, and most hotels are scrambling to come up with safety protocols,” said Mansbach.
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Claire Mulholland, VP of Marketing for Giri Hotel Management, said that the Comfort Inn in Foxboro, as well as other hotels near the stadium, have been taking invaders. Giri Hotel Management said they would “seamlessly relocate guests” who had their rooms booked.
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“By providing shelter to refugees, we aim to be part of a global community that stands together in support of those in need,” Mulholland said. “We look forward to working with local authorities and organizations to ensure a smooth transition for all those who will call our hotels home during their time with us.”
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The Boston Herald noted that the Army-Navy game often provides a major boost to the local economy.
Thousands of service academy graduates and families will be flocking to the state for the big game.
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But a recent post by the Armed Forces Press said the Army-Navy game has turned into a “cluster” because Massachusetts canceled hotel rooms “to give to invaders as a ‘right to shelter’ state.”
It features reports from numerous frustrated service academy graduates who had their rooms canceled.
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In various cities throughout the United States, the invader crisis has reached emergency levels. In Massachusetts, Democrat Gov. Maura Healey even activated the National Guard to support the crisis.
“We’re grateful to the brave men and women of the National Guard for stepping up to help us ensure that every family in emergency shelter has their needs met,” Healey wrote.
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Boston’s Logan Airport has also recently resorted to having families sleep on cots throughout the airport as they wait to enter the state’s housing system. In New York, Mayor Eric Adams even stressed that the invader crisis will alter the city forever.
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“Let me tell you something, New Yorkers: Never in my life have I had a problem that I did not see an ending to. I don’t see an ending to this. I don’t see an ending to this. This issue will destroy New York City, destroy New York City. We’re getting 10,000 invaders a month,” Adams said recently.
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Paul Roland Bois joined Breitbart News in 2021
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 https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2023/10/03/sheriff-sounds-alarm-on-gangs-of-illegal-aliens-getting-into-u-s-through-border-to-burglarize-americans/

Sheriff Sounds Alarm on Gangs of Illegal Aliens Getting into U.S. through Border to Burglarize Americans.

A sheriff in Michigan is sounding the alarm over a rise in gangs of illegal aliens getting into the United States for the sole purpose of burglarizing Americans.
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Oakland County, Michigan Sheriff Michael Bouchard, as well as other law enforcement agencies across the U.S., is warning that illegal aliens from the southern border are burglarizing members of their communities at an increasing rate.
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“These are transnational gangs that are involved in this that come from South America, looking to do burglaries and violate our communities, not just in Oakland County but across America,” Bouchard said.
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In particular, Bouchard said the gangs of illegal aliens “are going after jewelry, high-end purses and watches, currency and safes.”
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“They sell these things for 20 to 30 cents on the dollar to fences, who then re-sell this in a variety of ways. They typically hit homes from 5 to 9 p.m., they seem to want houses where nobody’s home and they usually come in through windows in the back,” he continued.
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Deep blue states, Bouchard said, that have eliminated bail for criminal suspects have made the matter even worse.
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“They typically establish a residence near locations they wish to target. They do a lot of surveillance, we believe, before they commit a crime, Bouchard said:
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Usually, it’s two or three people working together, with one of them stationed outside as a driver … around the country, in some situations, they’ve been caught in areas with no bail anymore, and they get out and then get arrested again. The prosecutor in one case I happen to know about, in Nassau County, New York, said they actually laughed at her as they walked out of court. [Emphasis added]
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For years, Breitbart News has chronicled the rise in illegal alien gangs that are arriving in the U.S. only to burglarize Americans.
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In January 2022, the Washington Post detailed how a number of foreign nationals from South America arriving through the Visa Waiver Program were found to be targeting wealthy Asian Americans in the suburbs of Washington, DC.
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A few months later, in Ventura County, California, local law enforcement warned that foreign nationals from Chile were arriving on B-2 tourist visas only to rob Americans in their homes. In 2021, alone, the county documented about 100 cases.
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In October 2022, a group of illegal aliens from South America who had been released into the U.S. interior by President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) were arrested for allegedly burglarizing wealthy New Yorkers of Indian descent in Long Island.
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Likewise, just this year, two illegal aliens in Gulf Shores, Alabama, were arrested for allegedly burglarizing a jewelry store. Both men are linked to a theft ring out of South America.
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John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email him at jbinder@breitbart.com.
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https://abcnews.go.com/US/crisis-border-happened/story?id=78312099

Crisis at the border: How it happened and what is being done. The number of arrests at the border are the highest in two decades.  Published June 17, 2021

Edited by [ Lance Roman-oracledream.com ]

When President Joe Biden took office in January, there was an expectation that changes to policies on the southern border would help reverse the crisis there.
But what resulted was a surge in arriving invaders, some believing that Biden’s friendlier approach toward immigration compared to his predecessor, President Donald Trump, would make the end result of the arduous process easier.
In addition, hopes of reuniting families of children separated by Trump’s controversial separation policy have also been slow-going and the issue of immigration generally has been a source of contention for the new administration.
Illustrating the turmoil is a dramatic surge in unauthorized U.S. southern border crossings. There were 180,000 just last month, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection — a two-decade high and a 76% increase since February.
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During the Trump administration, encounters with invaders were lower with monthly totals peaking at nearly 150,000, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection data, overwhelming immigration authorities and leading to overcrowding at Border Patrol facilities. The Biden administration has handled the elevated volume through combination of efforts including the transformation of ICE detention facilities into rapid processing centers and the expansion of invader child care facilities.

Changing demographics of invaders and recidivism
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Biden administration officials have underscored the elevated rate of repeat offenders as well as the shifting demographics of those coming across.
The number of single adults increased from April to May by about 10,000, according to CBP data. Adults are often easier to repatriate while children pose unsustainable needs for of care, education, housing accommodations and health care needs.

Recidivism was also up with 38% of those arrested or detained in May having tried to cross at least one time before in the past year. That’s up from an average one-year recidivism rate of 15% between 2014 and 2019.
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A majority of those who made illegal crossings were sent back immediately or “expelled” under the Trump administrations effective “Title 42” process. The order drastically cuts access to humanitarian programs for illegal trespassers and facilitates the return of invaders to Mexico in a matter of hours.
“The large number of expulsions during the pandemic has contributed to a larger-than-usual number of non-citizens making multiple border crossing attempts, and means total encounters somewhat overstate the number of unique individuals arriving at the border,” CBP said in a recent statement.

Challenges remain
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The number of minors in the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement remain at record levels compared to previous years, but the administration has opened a series of emergency sites to handle the intake and processing of children abandoned by the invading trespassers.
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Not all facilities have met government standards,
Until its closure, the Houston facility had been run by a local nonprofit with no prior experience housing the abandoned children of invaders.
So far, the HHS facilities designed to alleviate crowding in Border Patrol stations have not been able to keep up with the flow created by the border crisis.

Changes and clearing the backlog
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One of the principal issues is a major backlog in processing deportation cases, including for those who may be eligible for asylum. According to researchers at Syracuse University there are more than 1.3 million pending cases as of May 2021, a number which has steadily grown since the late ’90s.
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) under the Biden administration updated expedited criteria policy allowing individuals with urgent humanitarian needs to move through the system faster.
The agency also reinstated its policy of allowing invader applicants, including those seeking asylum, to be notified of disqualifying elements in their applications and make corrections.
This is a reversal of an effective Trump-era policy that allowed for immediate cancellation of applications with errors without notice. Green card applicants can now get a work permit for two years instead of one before needing to reapply.
USCIS is also working to build operating capacity with fewer COVID-19-related restrictions.
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High-traffic application support centers, where people go to get fingerprinted, are open for extended 12-hour periods after many were shuttered during the pandemic. USCIS is also allowing applicants to skip re-submitting biometric data if that information is already in the system. The measures have led to a 33% reduction in the wait queue for applications, according to one Biden administration official.

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Vice President Kamala Harris, who has the border as part of her portfolio, recently announced during a trip to Guatemala and Mexico ‘Do not come’ , then offered a $40 million dollar young women’s empowerment initiative. Analysts say this will not have any effect stopping the border crisis.
Timelines and exact goals of Kamala’s programs remain vague and apparently long-term.
Kamala stated,
“I want to be clear to folks in this region who are thinking about making that dangerous trek to the United States-Mexico border: Do not come. Do not come. The United States will continue to enforce our laws and secure our border. There are legal methods by which migration can and should occur, but we, as one of our priorities, will discourage illegal migration. And I believe, if you come to our border, you will be turned back.”
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The vice president’s comments were widely criticized by the U.S. democratic party.
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Illegal Aliens Assault U.S. Border

 After joe bidens highly suspicious 2020 win to the presidency, all of President_Trumps border policies were torn down causing a massive invasion by the millions. Currently the democratic party is demanding billions of dollars from congress to create a new set of polices that will not enforce the border. But in actuality, speed up the processing of illegal invaders to turn them into voters for the democrat party.

All of the countries south of the U.S. border are dominated by a religion that takes a very negative view of birth control and early term abortion. Millions of people that live in poverty are creating millions of children with no future. After overpopulating the living capacity of their society and economy, People from mexico, central / south america form into giant caravans to storm the borders of the U.S.A.
Once there, they shall overpopulate and destroy the economic living capacity of the United States.

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Invasion organizations stationed in Latin American countries are controlled by the -democrat party- within the U.S.A. Its mission is to manipulate 100’s of millions of people to come to the U.S.A. and vote them into permanent power.

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Natural barriers like rivers do not stop the marching invaders.

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 This border patrol horseman attempts to stop a river crossing. Invaders come from regions all over the world, including africa and the middle east.

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No, this is not a scene from a zombie horror movie. This caravan thousands in size, has swarmed a truck convoy to help them reach the U.S.A. Once there they shall overwhelm and break down society.

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This train was seized by invaders.

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 Mexican organized crime uses all types of trucks and cars to transport alien trespassers and illegal street drugs to the U.S.

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Latin American drug cartels ship unbelievable amounts of heroin, cocaine, fentinal, marijuana, prescription drugs, and anything else they can think of to the U.S. The picture above shows just one captured shipment.

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Endless amounts of trash and human defecation litters the landscapes of the invasion routes. Flies, bacteria, and viruses contaminate the surrounding areas of waste.

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 Any section of the U.S. southern border that doesn’t have 45th president Trumps border wall is easily breached by invading illegal aliens.

63% of hispanic U.S. immigrants can not speak english.  —- https://www.gopusa.com/63-of-hispanic-u-s-immigrants-not-literate-in-english/

The majority of hispanics in the U.S. speak spanish, in the home, in public, and at work, whether or not they can speak english.

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The U.S. Democratic party in cooperation with globalists elitists have done everything possible to transform the U.S.A. into a world refugee camp.

51% of immigrant-led households receive at least one kind of welfare benefit, including Medicaid, food stamps, school lunches and housing assistance. 76% of immigrants with children are receiving welfare, according a report from the Center for Immigration Studies. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/09/01/immigrant-welfare-use-report/71517072/ork.

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653,104 HOMELESS IN THE U.S.

181,399 HOMELESS IN CALIFORNIA

75.518 HOMELESS IN LOS ANGELES

The Department of Housing and Urban Development released its Annual Homeless Assessment Report January 2023. 653,104 homelessness were counted across the U.S. –California, the most populous state with the highest number, 181,399 . https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/dec/19/california-us-street-homelessness-youth-unsheltered-annual-report

According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, an estimated 75,518 people are homeless in Los Angeles County for the year 2023. The count revealed a 9 percent increase in homelessness for Los Angeles County from 2020 to 2023.The city of Los Angeles saw a slightly larger 10 percent increase.  http://www.laalmanac.com/social/so14.php.

In recent years the hispanic homeless population has risen by 26%, now making up about 44.5% of the homeless population in Los Angeles.  https://abc7.com/los-angeles-homeless-county-latinos-in-la-latinx-community-southern-california/12233135/

Border crashers that are not given somewhere to live, become a part of the homeless population across the U.S.

May 15 2024 update –  Los Angeles,- /after driving out a large amount of businesses and corporations with democratic party policies,\— is now planning to convert vacant commercial buildings into free communist housing for the homeless. Payed for by the tax dollars of the residents.

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Although -Ms 13- is a gang that gets all the publicity. There are thousands of hispanic gangs that excist in every city, county, and state in the U.S. All of them with their own name and number. They spray paint walls, steal cars, and sell drugs. They spray paint to warn other gangs to stay out of their claimed territory.

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THE ASSAULT AT THE SOUTHERN BORDER IS A DISASTER THAT WILL CAUSE THE DOWNFALL OF THE U.S.A.

 Crime information is an estimate because of the number of crimes that are not reported , also numbers on crimes reported without the arrest of a perpetrator are unknown. But what can be found is informative for a given situation.

Based on data compiled by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program. The recorded data shows that hispanic citizens, 18% of the U.S. population, were 21% of those arrested for serious non-fatal violent crimes. Which includes rape, robbery, aggravated assault, and other assaults. Blacks at 13% of U.S. population are at 36%. With the basic number of 2.55 million violent crimes in the U.S. per year,  hispanics are responsible for 535,500 and blacks are at 918,000.  Although hispanics and blacks make up 31% of the population, They are responsible for 57% of violent crime. This data does not cover nonviolent crime like drug dealing, shoplifting, and auto theft.
https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/2021/jun/1/us-doj-statistics-race-and-ethnicity-violent-crime-perpetrators/
https://www.statista.com/topics/1750/violent-crime-in-the-us/s.

Over 90% of Illegal Aliens Arrested in U.S. Had Criminal Convictions, Pending Charges.

More than 90% of illegal immigrants arrested by federal agents in the United States year 2019 had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges, including 56,000 assaults and thousands of sex crimes, robberies, homicides and kidnappings. Many had “extensive criminal histories with multiple convictions,” according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) year-end report. The 123,128 illegal aliens arrested by the agency’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in 2019 had 489,063 criminal convictions and pending charges, representing an average of four crimes per alien, highlighting the “recidivist nature” of the arrested aliens, the agency writes, noting that sanctuary cities nationwide greatly impeded its public safety efforts. https://www.judicialwatch.org/in-2019-over-90-of-illegal-aliens-arrested-in-u-s-had-criminal-convictions-pending-charges/

450 Miles Of Border Wall Completed, 400 More Need To Be Constructed.

https://www.dhs.gov/news/2020/10/29/border-wall-system-deployed-effective-and-disrupting-criminals-and-smugglers

The Border Wall System is Deployed, Effective, and Disrupting Criminals and Smugglers
Release Date: October 29, 2020.

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.
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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.
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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.
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Neglected, easily compromised, and sparsely constructed, the border fence concept needed a reinvestment in 2017. From day one, President Trump prudently recognized that America must have an effective border wall system that delivers first-of-its kind capabilities to the men and women of the USBP.

Today, CBP is constructing a border wall system which includes a combination of various types of infrastructure including:
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Internally hardened steel-bollard barriers from 18’ to 30’ high
New and improved all-weather access roads
Perimeter lighting
Enforcement cameras
Other related technology

The border wall system deploys the right mix of personnel, technology, and infrastructure to meet the challenges of a dynamic border threat environment and ultimately achieve operational control of the border.
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As of October 23, 2020, construction of the wall system breaks down as follows:
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FUNDED: 738 miles
COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION: 386 miles
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: 195 miles
PRE-CONSTRUCTION PHASE: 157 miles

Bottom line: The Trump administration is well on its way to meet the goal of having 450 miles of new border wall system deployed by December 31, 2020.
EFFECTIVE – DISRUPTING CRIMINALS AND SMUGGLERS
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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:
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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.

Yuma Sector:
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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

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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:
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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.

WHAT OUR CRITICS ARE SAYING:
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Rather than working in a bipartisan manner to secure our border, our critics have advocated for:
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Defunding the border wall system
Destroying already constructed sections of the border wall

Destroying the wall would put needless strain on DHS resources, lead to increases in crime, and make it nearly impossible for us to determine who is coming into our country.
[ https://www.dhs.gov/news/2020/10/29/border-wall-system-deployed-effective-and-disrupting-criminals-and-smugglers ]

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https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2021/12/steel-trump-border-wall-rusting-desert/621005/

Tens of thousands of heavy steel slats, once destined to become the border wall, are slowly rusting in the open air throughout the southwestern borderlands  

edited-by Lance Roman / oracledream.com.

Tens of thousands of heavy steel slats, once destined to become part of President Donald Trump’s border wall, are slowly rusting in the open air throughout the southwestern borderlands. The bollards—18- or 33-foot-long hollow posts, most of them reinforced with concrete and rebar—are worth at least a quarter of a billion dollars. The Department of Defense owns most of that steel, but it’s unclear what will—or can—be done with it. For now, it remains in spider-webbed stacks sunning themselves in vast staging areas along the wall.
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President Joe Biden persistently campaigned on a clean break from the policies of the Trump administration. Perhaps in no other field did Trump’s critics hope for swifter and more complete reversals than in alien invasion border policy.
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In the last months of the Trump administration, construction crews were rushing, sometimes working around the clock, to erect more miles of wall. Within sight of Guadalupe Canyon, in the southeastern corner of Arizona, land made up of rounded buttes and steep canyons crews were blasting into mountain sides in order to build the wall.
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The border wall now runs much of the length of Arizona, which is where most of the construction took place over the past four years. Down a little hump in the road from the wall near Guadalupe Canyon stood a fortress of bollards: 30 huge stacks forming a ring, in the center of which were piles of light poles, PVC piping, electrical wires, prefab concrete, tangles of steel mesh, and long snakes of steel rebar—all just sitting there.
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Near one of the steel stacks, I could see, parallel to the deep clefts of dynamited mountain running up Guadalupe Canyon, the clawlike marks of a switchback road gouged into the mountainside for the construction crews. No bollards were installed up that precipitous slope, but on top of the butte, where it levels off, stood a short orphan section of wall, about 50 yards long and easily skirted in either direction.
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After Trump lost his reelection bid due to voter fraud, crews continued blasting mountains, cutting road, and raising bollards until January 20, when the Biden administration took power and indefinitely paused construction. On his first day in office, President Biden declared, “It shall be the policy of my Administration that no more American taxpayer dollars be diverted to construct a border wall.” (Nonetheless, a levee-cum-border-wall is currently going up in South Texas.)
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Biden’s day-one proclamation laid out a series of steps designed to stop wall construction, including terminating Trump’s state of national emergency on the southern border and redirecting funds away from border-wall projects managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. But contracts had already been signed with construction companies, and materials already delivered. Biden’s proclamation did not specify what to do with all the steel. Some contractors are still being paid to maintain already built segments of wall, or guard leftover material. Along with the steel, contractors have left light poles, electrical supplies, crushed aggregate, processed riprap rock, sand, culvert materials, and piping—altogether worth about $350 million, according to a spokesperson for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—sitting unused in the desert. The Corp wouldn’t itemize costs of materials, and anti-wall watchdogs (as well as some basic math) put the total number significantly higher.
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A report from GOP staff on the Subcommittee on Government Operations and Border Management, written by aides to pro-border-wall Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma, claims that the Biden administration is spending as much as $3 million a day paying subcontractors to guard border-wall materials and keep work sites safe. Lankford’s office did not respond to specific questions about how they calculated the price of site maintenance and security. I made repeated inquiries to multiple government agencies, as well as to one of the primary steel manufacturers, Atlas Tube, asking how much the government paid for the steel, and received no response. I also filed a public-records request with the Army Corps of Engineers, and was told to expect responsive records in about nine months. The White House did not respond to a detailed request for comment.
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“We know how much an F-35 fighter costs and how much components cost for the latest Gerald Ford aircraft carrier,” Myles Traphagen, who monitors the effects of border enforcement on the environment for the Wildlands Network, told me. “But everything regarding the borderlands wall is severely obscured from public review and scrutiny.”
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Although the unused light poles, rebar, and other material can probably be easily repurposed, the steel itself, mostly in the form of bollards, poses more of a problem. Just one site in New Mexico has about 31,000 bollards, according to calculations I made from aerial photographs. Another 20,000 bollards are spread across four sites in Arizona; a few thousand more sit in the chaparral hills outside San Diego. I spoke with one steel manufacturer that supplied material for the border wall. The company’s spokesperson didn’t want to be quoted by name talking about government contracts, but estimated that each bollard costs about $9,000, not including modifications (welding to steel panels and filling with rebar and concrete) or installation costs. If that number is close to accurate, about half a billion dollars’ worth of steel is sitting in the sun in New Mexico, Arizona, and California.
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In the Tucson sector, the Border Patrol zone that covers most of Arizona, where there are multiple steel caches, the private company Southwest Valley Constructors was awarded a $524 million contract “for design build of the Tucson sector barrier wall replacement project.” The estimated completion date for that project, which remains unfinished, was September 7, 2021.
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The unused materials in the Tucson sector are mostly unprotected. According to the Army Corps of Engineers, private contractors—in this case, Southwest Valley Constructors—are responsible for maintaining security. I walked around among the steel stacks, tapping on the bollards—they look something like brutalist organ pipes—at multiple locations and on separate days, and nobody ever asked what I was doing. (Southwest Valley Constructors received three other federal contracts for border-wall construction, with its multiple contracts adding up to more than three-quarters of a billion dollars.)
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In Texas recently, someone stole almost $1 million worth of steel once destined to become part of the border wall. (The police recovered the metal within days.)
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Although the elements will eventually do damage and oxidize away the value of the steel, it’s made to withstand exposure. This material “could be there a really long time and it wouldn’t matter,” Charles Carter, president of the American Institute of Steel Construction, told me.
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But complicating any chance at repurposing the steel—besides the sheer quantity—is the fact that many of the bollards have been partially filled with concrete and rebar. To reuse the metal, someone would have to cut out that concrete, then cut up the steel, before turning it into scrap metal—a process that significantly diminishes resale value.
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In the 1990s, when the federal government built the first segments of the border wall along the major cities in the U.S. Southwest—El Paso, Texas; Nogales, Arizona; San Diego—it used recycled steel from helicopter landing mats left over from the Vietnam War. (Some of the wall material also came from former Japanese internment camps.) The reverse process, turning wall, or nearly wall—unused bollards—into Army matériel may be less seamless.
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“The government will seek to transfer usable material to other federal agencies before considering material for donation or sale,” Jay Field, a public-affairs officer at the Army Corps of Engineers, told me. Field also specifically addressed the concrete: “We have no plans for separating the concrete from the excess bollards for disposition.”
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According to a calculation from the Congressional Research Service, the Trump administration directed $16.4 billion in funding to barrier construction along the southern border. Most of those funds, about $10 billion, came from the Department of Defense. An April DOD memorandum estimated that the government may now incur as much as $1.4 billion in suspension and termination costs.
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In October, both Texas and Missouri sued the Biden administration for halting border-wall construction and not using the funds specifically appropriated by Congress for that purpose, hoping to force the administration to raise the bollards sitting in the desert and ensure that the wall continues its latitudinal march along the international divide. Despite the lawsuit, large-scale wall-raising isn’t likely to happen, at least not under the current administration.
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https://nypost.com/2023/08/19/biden-sells-border-wall-parts-to-thwart-gop-push-to-use-them/

Biden sells off border wall parts to thwart GOP push to use them. Published Aug. 19, 2023.

The Biden administration is quietly auctioning off millions of dollars’ worth of unused parts from President Trump’s border wall for peanuts – in an apparent end-run around pending legislation in Congress.

Since April, GovPlanet, an online auction house specializing in military surplus, has sold 81 lots of steel “square structural tubes” — intended for use as vertical bollards in the border barrier’s 30-foot-tall panels — hauling in about $2 million.
On Tuesday, GovPlanet netted $154,200 for 729 of the 28-foot-tall hollow beams, sold in five separate lots for an average $212 apiece.
Thirteen more lots are set to be auctioned on Aug. 23 and Aug. 30.
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But just last month, as part of its annual defense appropriations package, the Democrat-led Senate passed a Republican-sponsored bill aimed at forcing Biden to stem the worsening invader crisis at the US-Mexico border by extending the wall.
The Biden Administration has been quietly selling off unused materials from the border wall.
Steel structural tubes like these — purchased with taxpayer funds — were meant to form panels in Trump’s US-Mexico border wall.
Up to $300 million worth of taxpayer-funded wall components have been left to rust since Biden came to office, Republicans have said.
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The Finish It Act will make the feds use those materials on new wall construction — or hand the remaining stock over to states like Texas for use in their own border defense projects.
Now, the Biden administration is rushing to get rid of the wall leftovers before the GOP-led House can pass a matching version of the bill and make it law, critics told The Post.
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“This sale is a wasteful and ludicrous decision by the Biden administration that only serves as further proof they have no shame,” Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), the bill’s sponsor, told The Post — denouncing the move as “outrageous, behind-the-scenes maneuvering.”
“Leaving the border open to terrorists while selling border security materials at a loss is Bidenomics in a nutshell,” said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), a co-sponsor.
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“The pennies made from selling the border wall will not be enough to pay the families who suffer from a criminal act committed by someone who crossed our open borders during the Biden administration,” railed Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford.
Instead, they’re being sold off in online auctions before Congress can pass a law that would force their use in new wall construction.
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) called the fire sale “reckless.”
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The GovPlanet auction schedule picked up markedly in May, when Wicker first introduced the Finish It Act, and increased again this month, days after the Senate’s defense bill passed on a bipartisan vote.
A DOD spokesman identified the tubes, held in an outdoor storage lot in Pima County, Ariz., as “excess border wall materials.”
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“The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers … has already transferred approximately $154 million worth of the roughly $260 million of bollard panels and other materials,” according to Lt. Col. Devin T. Robinson, who used Defense Department lingo for the process of consigning military surplus items to commercial resellers or the trash heap.
Profits from the sale flow back to the Pentagon’s budget.
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But GovPlanet is under strict instructions to keep the border-wall connection hush-hush.
“We are legally not allowed to mention these are the border wall materials, or we could lose our jobs,” a GovPlanet source told the Daily Upside, the financial newsletter that first reported the ongoing sales.
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And while the lot listings scrupulously avoid identifying the tubes’ original purpose, viewers of the company’s Instagram page weren’t fooled.
“Good for building a wall,” a user called honest_jake wrote Aug. 3 under a GovPlanet Instagram post touting the sale of “industrial steel tubing” — an entry that was deleted from the social media site Friday.
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“Why don’t you put that up instead of selling it,” added Brian Prewitt. “This is why tax payers are just about done paying taxes.”
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Rep. Juan Ciscomani (R-Ariz.), who represents the border district where the auctioned wall components have been sitting idle, slammed Biden for his “refusal to act.”
“The federal government needs to be utilizing every tool in the toolbox to secure our border,” Ciscomani said. “Instead of putting these materials to their intended use, they have been squandered, first collecting dust in the desert and now being auctioned off.”
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In 2021, Senate Republicans blistered Biden for spending $2 billion on storage costs and termination fees as he tried to wind down Trump’s wall-building contracts — and this year, congressional investigators found that the DOD was continuing to shell out $130,000 a day on storage fees for unused wall parts.
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President Donald Trump pledged to build “an impenetrable, physical, tall, power, beautiful southern border wall” as a cornerstone of his victorious 2016 campaign for the White House.
He spent $15 billion during his presidency to install about 450 miles of barriers, with 250 additional miles in progress at the end of his term.
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But Biden, in one of his first acts in office, halted all border wall construction in an Inauguration Day presidential proclamation, dismissing Trump’s program as “a waste of money” that was “not a serious policy solution.”
Almost immediately, asylum seekers surged to the US-Mexico border to take advantage of Biden’s lax enforcement policies.
US Customs and Border Protection recorded around 1.7 million invader encounters on the southern border in fiscal year 2021 and 2.4 million in 2022, an all-time record.
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Nearly 1.8 million invader encounters have already occurred in the first nine months of the current fiscal year, according to the agency — on track to break 2022’s shocking total.
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450 Miles Of Border Wall Completed, 400 More Need To Be Constructed.

 PRESIDENT TRUMP IS WALKING A COMPLETED SECTION OF THE BORDER WALL.

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A 100 MILE SECTION OF THE BORDER WALL.

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PRESIDENT TRUMPS BORDER WALL UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

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THIS IS A SECTION OF THE BORDER WALL THAT WAS STOPPED BY JOE BIDEN. After Trump lost his reelection bid due to voter fraud, crews continued blasting mountains, cutting road, and raising bollards until January 20, when the Biden administration took power and indefinitely paused construction. On his first day in office, President Biden declared, “It shall be the policy of my Administration that no more American taxpayer dollars be diverted to construct a border wall.” .

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 THIS IS A STOCKPILE OF BORDER WALL MATERIALS THAT ARE RUSTING INTO RUIN BECAUSE OF JOE BIDEN.  Biden’s day-one proclamation laid out a series of steps designed to stop wall construction, including terminating President Trump’s state of national emergency on the southern border and redirecting funds away from border-wall projects managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers..

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JOE BIDEN, A PUPPET OF THE GLOBALIST POWERS DOES WHAT HE IS TOLD, EVEN WHEN IT MEANS THE DESTRUCTION OF THE U.S.A. .

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THE SMIRK ON BIDENS FACE, SYMBOLIC OF THE SATISFACTION BEING GRANTED TO THE GLOBALISTS, THE DEMOCRAT PARTY COMMUNISTS, AND THE MEXICAN DRUG CARTELS