Border Patrol

Video: Drone Has Ability to Take Down Illegal Aliens Crossing Border by Shooting Taser Out of It

Does the adage “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people” apply to high tech?

Blake Resnick, CEO of BRINC, a company in the chase to sell drones to police, has developed a drone equipped with stun guns, according to The Intercept. Resnick is a 21-year-old entrepreneur who recently received $25 million in venture capital from Silicon Valley investors. Resnick was recently inducted into Forbes’ “30 under 30” list and is a recipient of a Thiel Fellowship. . . . Read more about Video: Drone Has Ability to Take Down Illegal Aliens Crossing Border by Shooting Taser Out of It

Exclusive: Rep. Mo Brooks Introduces Measure Allowing Officials to End Settlement of Illegal Aliens in Their States

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) on Wednesday is introducing a measure designed to “empower” local elected officials, including governors, to refuse the federal government’s attempts to resettle illegal aliens in their communities, citing the Biden administration’s “reckless policies” that have left communities in utter shambles. . . .

 

Nefarious border goal: Motive behind 'whip hoax' suit

Haitian illegal immigrants involved in this fall's Border Patrol "whipping" hoax in Del Rio, Texas, are suing the Biden administration, with the help of anti-borders groups. If all goes according to plan, all three of these parties — the illegal immigrants, the administration and the anti-borders groups — will win. Read more about Nefarious border goal: Motive behind 'whip hoax' suit

Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Forget drugs or fraud. The most common type of case federal prosecutors bring is against illegal immigrants who try to reenter the country after having been ousted — and almost all of those charged are Hispanic.

Now federal courts are grappling with whether that imbalance means the law itself is racist. . . . Read more about Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Forget drugs or fraud. The most common type of case federal prosecutors bring is against illegal immigrants who try to reenter the country after having been ousted — and almost all of those charged are Hispanic.

Now federal courts are grappling with whether that imbalance means the law itself is racist. . . . Read more about Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Chris Clem announced on Monday agents arrested an illegal immigrant from Saudi Arabia Thursday night who may be a "potential terrorist" due to being "linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest." . . . Read more about Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Chris Clem announced on Monday agents arrested an illegal immigrant from Saudi Arabia Thursday night who may be a "potential terrorist" due to being "linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest." . . . Read more about Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

EXCLUSIVE: Videos Show Migrants Crossing Into Arizona With No Border Patrol In Sight

Daily Caller’s field reporter Jorge Ventura recorded footage Tuesday of a large group of South American migrants illegally crossing the border into Yuma, Arizona, while Border Patrol agents were nowhere in sight. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: Videos Show Migrants Crossing Into Arizona With No Border Patrol In Sight

CBP's November Border Apprehension Numbers Increase 140 Percent from Last Year

Preliminary U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data obtained by the Washington Post shows November was another busy month of Border Patrol as the large wave of people attempting to illegally enter the U.S. via the southern border continues unabated. . . . Read more about CBP's November Border Apprehension Numbers Increase 140 Percent from Last Year

Leaked Reports: Few Border Patrol Agents on Patrol in Arizona

Yuma Sector staffing reports leaked to Townhall.com reveal most Border Patrol agents within the sector are performing duties related to processing, migrant transport, and providing humanitarian care versus performing enforcement patrols along the Mexican border. . . . Read more about Leaked Reports: Few Border Patrol Agents on Patrol in Arizona

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