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Illegal Aliens Overwhelming Arizona Border City: Locals

The Biden administration’s lax border policies are resulting in the Arizona border city of Yuma being pushed to the brink of collapse as it deals with a massive surge in illegal immigrants, with the region’s critical food production coming under threat, a local official said.

“Policies need to be changed when you see an unprecedented amount of people coming across the border that even supersedes what we saw under any of the other presidents for the past 30 years,” Yuma County Supervisor Jonathan Lines told Fox News. “They’re coming because they said that Biden told them to come, that we have an open border.” . . . Read more about Illegal Aliens Overwhelming Arizona Border City: Locals

Will El Chapo son's arrest slow export of drugs to US? Next steps crucial, experts say

MEXICO CITY ― The arrest of Ovidio Guzmán, the son of former Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán, is an important step for the Mexican government, experts say, but it will likely have little effect on the flow of illegal drugs, particularly fentanyl, across the border.

You're not going to see a big difference or a reduction in the amount of fentanyl coming to the United States. But having said all of that, it is still a very good arrest because there is no doubt that Ovidio was heavily involved in the day-to-day activities of the Sinaloa Cartel,” said former El Paso U.S. Marshal Robert Almonte. . . . Read more about Will El Chapo son's arrest slow export of drugs to US? Next steps crucial, experts say

Tons of food tossed daily at migrant hotel in Midtown, workers say

MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) -- Workers at a hotel for migrants in Midtown Manhattan tell Eyewitness News every day they throw out large garbage bags of free, prepared food.

Felipe Rodriguez, a housekeeper at The Row hotel, showed Eyewitness News videos he has taken of black, contractor-sized garbage bags being tossed that are filled with sandwiches, bagels and prepared meals in to-go containers.

New York City is using the 28-story, 1,300-room hotel located on 8th Avenue at 46th Street exclusively to house migrants -- some of whom are seeking asylum. . . . Read more about Tons of food tossed daily at migrant hotel in Midtown, workers say

Illegal Alien Pleads Not Guilty to Killing 20-Year-Old Johanna Pascoe

An illegal alien has pleaded not guilty to killing 20-year-old Johanna Pascoe in Racine County, Wisconsin, days before Christmas last year.

Ernesto Regalado Rodriguez, a 21-year-old illegal alien, pleaded not guilty this month to homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, knowingly operating a vehicle without a driver’s license causing death, and first-degree recklessly endangering safety in relation to a fatal crash on December 12.

According to Racine County police, Rodriguez struck Pascoe head-on on a highway. Pascoe, who was unconscious when first responders arrived on the scene, was driving to Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she worked as a nurse after graduating from Gateway Technical College. . . . Read more about Illegal Alien Pleads Not Guilty to Killing 20-Year-Old Johanna Pascoe

Cartel Gunmen Brag on Social Media Showing Cocaine-Filled Airplanes

Cartel members are flaunting their activities on social media to offer insights into their world. On Christmas, a short video clip from inside a cockpit appears to show a small plane flying through Mexico.

The video shows the inside of a small propeller plane where the passengers present three rifles and then pan the camera out a window. A narco-song called Linea Directa plays in the background. . . . Read more about Cartel Gunmen Brag on Social Media Showing Cocaine-Filled Airplanes

Cartel Gunmen Brag on Social Media Showing Cocaine-Filled Airplanes

Cartel members are flaunting their activities on social media to offer insights into their world. On Christmas, a short video clip from inside a cockpit appears to show a small plane flying through Mexico.

The video shows the inside of a small propeller plane where the passengers present three rifles and then pan the camera out a window. A narco-song called Linea Directa plays in the background. . . . Read more about Cartel Gunmen Brag on Social Media Showing Cocaine-Filled Airplanes

Texas Governor Seeks Probe of NGOs for Alleged Migrant ‘Illegal Border Crossing’ Assistance

     Texas Governor Greg Abbott called on the attorney general to open an investigation into non-government organizations or NGOs who may have assisted in migrant border crossings into the state. The move comes after record-setting large group crossings around El Paso over the weekend.“There have been recent reports that non-governmental organizations may have assisted with illegal border crossings near El Paso,” Governor Abbott wrote in a letter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. “We further understand NGOs may be engaged in unlawfully orchestrating other border crossings through activities on both sides of the border, including in sectors other than El Paso. In light of these reports, I am calling on the Texas Attorney General’s Office to initiate an investigation into . . . Read more about Texas Governor Seeks Probe of NGOs for Alleged Migrant ‘Illegal Border Crossing’ Assistance

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Venezuelan Migrant Films Deadly Journey Through Panama Jungle to U.S.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Breitbart Texas posted at the municipal Migrant Resource Center and spoke to Yunior Rangel, a Venezuelan migrant who recently crossed the border at Eagle Pass, Texas. On a brisk Saturday morning, Yunior shared his story and a short video chronicling his journey into Panama from Colombia and through the Darien Gap.

Yunior, 25, recounted a two-month journey from Colombia to San Antonio, Texas. Yunior filmed his departure from Colombia on a ferry filled with migrants. He crossed the Gulf of Uraba to Panama. Like Yunior, the migrants on board are from a host of countries planning to make the trek through the Darien Gap in Panama. He says he filmed parts of the journey to leave a record for his family in Venezuela if he went missing. . . . Read more about GRAPHIC VIDEO: Venezuelan Migrant Films Deadly Journey Through Panama Jungle to U.S.

Venezuelans Swarm Across Rio Grande at El Paso, Attack Border Patrol

On Monday, a large group illegally crossed the southern border into the United States at El Paso, Texas and attacked Border Patrol agents. One individual in the group was carrying a giant Venezuelan flag.

Bill Melugin and Adam Shaw of Fox News reported:

[Border Patrol] said one of the protesters assaulted an agent with a flagpole while another threw a rock at agents, injuring one in the process. That in turn led Border Patrol to initiate crowd-control measures.

"These measures included the use of the authorized less-lethal force pepperball launching system," the statement said. "The crowd then dispersed and returned to Mexico." . . . Read more about Venezuelans Swarm Across Rio Grande at El Paso, Attack Border Patrol

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Nightmare is Beginning’ as Title 42 Ends, Says CBP Source

EAGLE PASS, Texas — A source within Customs and Border Protection says an announcement was sent to Border Patrol ordering them to immediately discontinue using Title 42 authority to expel applicable migrants from the United States on Tuesday. The source, not authorized to speak to the media, says “the nightmare is just beginning for us — there is no ‘Plan B’.”

The operating instruction to Border Patrol comes after a court ruling was issued on Tuesday ordering a halt to the use of Title 42 to expel certain migrant cohorts. The ruling was issued by United States District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan of the District of Columbia. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: ‘Nightmare is Beginning’ as Title 42 Ends, Says CBP Source

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