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'There's No Money': ICE Set to Run Out of Money Before October - Biden's Failed Border

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is set to run out of money by this fall unless the Department of Homeland Security scrapes together funding before then.

The immigration surge at the southern border has driven up costs, and ICE will run out funding before October, Axios reported.

ICE has been a point of controversy for many years since its role is to arrest and detain undocumented immigrants. . . . Read more about 'There's No Money': ICE Set to Run Out of Money Before October - Biden's Failed Border

Biden’s Body Count

When presidential candidate Joe Biden was on the campaign trail in 2020, he touted that his immigration agenda would “direct enforcement efforts toward threats to public safety and national security, while ensuring that individuals are treated with the due process to which they are entitled and their human rights are protected.”

Two years into his term, he has ensured the exact opposite for not only Americans, but also anyone capitalizing on his open borders policy agenda. . . . Read more about Biden’s Body Count

Biden’s Body Count

When presidential candidate Joe Biden was on the campaign trail in 2020, he touted that his immigration agenda would “direct enforcement efforts toward threats to public safety and national security, while ensuring that individuals are treated with the due process to which they are entitled and their human rights are protected.”

Two years into his term, he has ensured the exact opposite for not only Americans, but also anyone capitalizing on his open borders policy agenda. . . . Read more about Biden’s Body Count

Texas Moves Checkpoints Back After Deadliest Smuggling Discovery

The state of Texas has resumed intensified truck inspections after 53 migrants died in a tractor-trailer rig. But unlike the previous program that snarled border traffic for miles, the new checkpoints will pull back and spread out along smuggling corridors that lead to San Antonio, Houston and Dallas.                                                                                                                                                         Gov. Greg Abbott had suspended his state’s enhanced border inspections after signing security agreements with four northern Mexico governors. But upon the grisly discovery on San Antonio’s south side last month – believed to be the deadliest human smuggling incident in U.S. history — the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) was ordered to reactivate and relocate its checkpoints. Read more about Texas Moves Checkpoints Back After Deadliest Smuggling Discovery

Biden’s DHS closing gap in California border wall Trump wanted filled in

The Biden administration has quietly given the green light to completing a border barrier separating Southern California from Mexico — a project that was initially planned by the Trump White House.

In late May, the Department of Homeland Security announced it would replace a “deteriorated barrier” located near the cross-border Friendship Park in Imperial Beach, just south of San Diego. . . . Read more about Biden’s DHS closing gap in California border wall Trump wanted filled in

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott orders troopers, National Guard to deport migrants

In what he called an “unprecedented action” made necessary because “President Biden refuses to do his job,” Gov. Greg Abbott has issued an executive order authorizing his state’s National Guard and the Texas Department of Public Safety to arrest immigrants who illegally cross the border between ports of entry and return them to Mexico. . . . Read more about Texas Gov. Greg Abbott orders troopers, National Guard to deport migrants

US-Mexico Border Is World’s ‘Deadliest’ Land Crossing: UN Study

The U.S.-Mexico border has become the world’s “deadliest” land crossing, according to data recently brought to light by a United Nations study.

A historic high of 728 recorded immigrant deaths and disappearances along the U.S.-Mexico border crossing in 2021 has made the land crossing the deadliest in the world, according to the study conducted by the United Nations agency, the International Organization for Migration (IOM). . . . Read more about US-Mexico Border Is World’s ‘Deadliest’ Land Crossing: UN Study

Recreational Drugs These Days Are More Likely To Kill You Due To Mexican Fentanyl

The medical examiner’s office in Maryland said that he died from the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine and that his death was ruled accidental.

By McKenna Oxenden
July 1, 2022, 4:44 p.m. ET 

Quite a few professional athletes have been dying young lately. For instance, two recent NFL first-round draft picks died in car crashes (and a third survived a 156 mph crash but killed a women he ran into). A U. of Kentucky basketball player who was tabbed an NBA first-round draft pick also died driving.

These anecdotes probably tie into the big surge of bad driving among blacks after George Floyd’s death. . . . Read more about Recreational Drugs These Days Are More Likely To Kill You Due To Mexican Fentanyl

Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

Mexico’s government issued approximately 3,000 travel permits to members of a migrant caravan that arrived over the weekend in Chiapas. Rather than trying to stop the group, authorities issued permits and allowed them to continue north in a fragmented manner. . . . Read more about Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

53 Migrants Died in Abandoned Trailer in Texas Smuggling Incident

Police near San Antonio report that 48 migrants are dead and at least 16 others were transported to local hospitals after being locked inside a tractor-trailer. Two more died after receiving medical care. A worker found the tractor-trailer on the southwest side of San Antonio on a back road near Interstate 35. Police say the driver may have been involved in a human smuggling incident. . . . Read more about 53 Migrants Died in Abandoned Trailer in Texas Smuggling Incident

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