Homeland Security

Large Migrant Group Rushes Border in West Texas

DEL RIO, Texas — Border Patrol agents in Del Rio apprehended more than 250 migrants crossing the Rio Grande in a single group. The group, according to a source within Customs and Border Protection (CBP) crossed the river into the United States on Sunday near the Del Rio International Bridge where more than 15,000 mostly Haitian migrants were held in a makeshift detention camp in September. . . .

Deportation Orders Drop Drastically Under Biden Admin.'s New Direction

According to reporting by The Washington Times, over the last three months of Fiscal Year 2021, immigration judges issued deportation directives in less than a third of cases they reviewed - a shocking demonstration of President Biden’s lax approach to dealing with criminal aliens in America’s immigration courts. . . .

Video: Mayor Stan at the U.S. border

Multinational-Operation Leads to Arrests of Venezuelan, Brazilian Migrants near California Border

Between October 28 and November 9, Border Patrol agents apprehended five groups of migrants who illegally crossed the border from Mexico. San Diego Sector Border Patrol agents and Mexican officials teamed up to disrupt a transnational smuggling operation. The investigation led to the arrest of smugglers and migrants on both sides of the California-Mexico border. . . .

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Texas Army National Guard Preps for Migrant Caravan with Riot Drills near Border

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Texas Army National Guard soldiers conducted aerial deployment exercises along the U.S. bank of the Rio Grande Wednesday. The soldiers arrived and deployed via heavy lift helicopters to a recently erected makeshift border wall fashioned from recycled shipping containers. The drills are conducted as part of Operation Lone Star. . . .

Report: Illegal Aliens Given Red Carpet Treatment Complete with Travel Info to Help Them Get Anywhere in the USA

This week, we learned that the Biden administration is doubling down on one of its greatest failures, even as Americans make their disapproval so unequivocal that establishment media outlets are struggling to mask it.

The administration has such little fear of blowback that it is working with nonprofit organizations to give a warm welcome to illegal immigrants while some Americans are having to choose between warm homes and stocked refrigerators this winter. . . .

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Texas Army National Guard Preps for Migrant Caravan with Riot Drills near Border

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Texas Army National Guard soldiers conducted aerial deployment exercises along the U.S. bank of the Rio Grande Wednesday. The soldiers arrived and deployed via heavy lift helicopters to a recently erected makeshift border wall fashioned from recycled shipping containers. The drills are conducted as part of Operation Lone Star. . . .

Mayorkas faces questions over honesty as Senate panel prepares to grill him on border crisis

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas will take the witness seat in Congress on Tuesday facing new questions about the Biden administration’s handling of the border crisis and his own truthfulness in previous testimony about efforts to control the surge of illegal immigrants. . . .

Los Zetas Cartel Smuggler Arrested in Rio Grande by Texas Police

LAREDO, Texas — Law enforcement from the Border Patrol, Webb County Attorney’s Office of Investigations, and a county constable raced into the Rio Grande to stop a fugitive from escaping to Mexico. On Tuesday, the officers rushed into the murky water to apprehend Jose Francisco Paz-Ruiz, a known member of the Cartel Del Noreste faction of Los Zetas, according to police. . . .

EXCLUSIVE: Border Patrol Projects 1.8M Migrant Apprehensions in 2022

According to CBP, 1.7 million migrants were apprehended within the southwest sectors in FY2021. The previous record stood since 2000 when 1.6 million were arrested.

The apprehension numbers, according to the source, are only part of the equation. With the current rate of entries, the Border Patrol is unable to adequately patrol and protect the southwest border. State and local law enforcement agencies have been forced to dedicate more time and resources to what historically have been considered federal duties. . . .

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