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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #260 on: 02 May 2021 at 13:15 »
Unfortunately these are only the violent muds that were caught, and most likely will be released to make other attempts to cross the border. The real concern is the unknown number of mud races that cross the border undetected.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/border-patrol-nabs-gang-members-ms-13

Border Patrol nabs gang members, including MS-13, attempting to enter US as part of migrant wave

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A Border Patrol sector chief this week issued a snapshot of the number of gang members potentially coming into the U.S. as part of the migrant wave surging toward the southern border, amid concerns that members of vicious gangs like MS-13 could be getting into the U.S.

"5 gang members in 7 days," Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Agent Matthew Hudak tweeted.

Hudak said that in the Laredo, Texas, sector, Border Patrol arrested five gang members in one week, including an MS-13 gang member and two members belonging to the 18th Street gang.

"They attempt to evade arrest by exploiting the influx of migrants attempting to enter our country," he tweeted.

MS-13, also called Mara Salvatrucha, was set up in Los Angeles by Central American immigrants and has expanded across the continent -- particularly in Northern Triangle countries like El Salvador and Guatemala. It is known for its particularly horrific and gruesome crimes, and its motto is said to be "mata, viola, controla" -- which means "kill, rape, control." 


More than 172,000 migrants were encountered in March, with a similar number expected in April. Separately, officials have estimated that approximately 1,000 migrants are getting past overwhelmed agents every day as they try and tackle the surge in family units and minors.

The number of "gotaways," along with the snapshot of the border provided by agents on the ground, is fueling fears that gang members and other lowlifes are getting through the border amid those genuinely seeking asylum.

Border Patrol agents in California arrested an alleged MS-13 gang member last month after he had illegally crossed the border into the United States.

Meanwhile, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has said he is "absolutely concerned about the nexus" with the gang.   

"We’ve already shown from the past that some of these unaccompanied minors end up in MS-13," he added.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #261 on: 05 May 2021 at 22:30 »
https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/03/politics/nearly-6000-daily-border-encounters-april/index.html

Immigration: Nearly 6,000 undocumented immigrants apprehended daily at US-Mexico border in April

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On Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas conceded that border crossings "remain high," but touted the progress the administration has made reducing the number of children in US Border Patrol custody over the past month.

"The numbers remain high, whether they are as high as March is yet undetermined," he said on CBS "This Morning."

In March, CBP encountered 171,700 migrants, including a record number of unaccompanied children.

Internal government estimates in March indicated an upward trend in encounters, which were expected to rise month-by-month, according to the projections at the time.

While total arrests in April have yet to be finalized, the acceleration of apprehensions appears to have slowed. Part of the reason, according to current and former officials, may be tightened security on Mexico's southern border -- part of ongoing discussions with the US.

CBP did not respond to requests for comment.

The Biden administration, which has been grappling with the months-long surge in border crossings, put the emphasis on moving families and children out of US Border Patrol custody as fast as possible to alleviate overcrowding and prolonged stays in jail-like facilities.

On that front, the administration has made progress. The number of unaccompanied migrant children held Border Patrol custody dropped significantly in the span of a month, CNN previously reported.

But the pace of daily apprehension hasn't significantly abated. The decrease in custody numbers has "given a little breathing room" for US officials at the border, but the high numbers continue to pull attention and personnel away from other national security and border security efforts, the official said.

The number of people that Border Patrol is unable to apprehend has alarmed border authorities, the official said.

Recently, an average of around 1,500 people daily have evaded law enforcement at the border, the number of so called "got aways" that the agency detects through a variety of technological and other tracking efforts, according to the official.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #262 on: 09 May 2021 at 14:09 »
Another "new system" implemented by our enemies in government to help fast track the browning of America.

https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/us-expands-effort-allow-vulnerable-migrants-mexico-border-2021-05-06/

U.S. expands effort to allow in vulnerable migrants at Mexico border

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The United States has begun rolling out a new system to identify and admit the most vulnerable migrants at ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to three people briefed on the matter.

The new system, which started at the port of entry in El Paso, Texas, this week, creates a more formal process that allows pre-screened asylum seekers to enter the United States on humanitarian grounds, despite a broad policy of expulsions at the border.

The expulsion policy was put in place under former Republican President Donald Trump in March 2020 citing public health concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic. President Joe Biden has not revoked it.

By next week, the effort to streamline exemptions is expected to expand to other Texas ports in Brownsville, Laredo and Hidalgo, as well as in Nogales, Arizona, U.S. officials said on a call with advocates on Wednesday, according to two people familiar with the discussion.

As of Wednesday, roughly two dozen migrants had been admitted through the program, the two sources said, and the number of people allowed to enter going forward will depend on capacity to safely process them at the ports. The numbers will likely be limited, however, because of the non-profit groups' capacity to screen migrants who might be eligible.

The move illustrates the struggle Biden is facing - while his administration is declaring the southern border closed to hopeful migrants, the number of apprehensions has reached a 20-year high. Border patrol picked up nearly 170,000 migrants between ports of entry in March and made a similar number of arrests in April, according to two people briefed on preliminary figures.

Migrant advocates have pressured Biden to do more to allow in asylum seekers to submit asylum claims.

The new process tasks a handful of non-profits working in Mexico with identifying and referring the neediest asylum seekers to U.S. officials, including those with medical issues, the people briefed on the matter said.

Migrants who have experienced long periods of displacement, sexual minorities and victims of crime, trafficking and sexual violence will also be among those considered for the program.

Those approved through the process will be given COVID-19 tests and a date and time to go to a port of entry. They will be released into the United States and given a notice to appear in immigration court to present their asylum claims.

A State Department spokesperson said on Wednesday that the "border remains closed" but that the government was working to streamline the system to identify and lawfully process "particularly vulnerable individuals who warrant humanitarian exception under the order."

A spokeswoman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said the United States requested the agency channel U.S. funds to the non-profit groups involved.

Biden early on in his presidency exempted unaccompanied children from the Trump-era expulsions order, issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and known as Title 42. But his administration has continued to expel tens of thousands of single adults and some families.

The expulsions have left many migrants stranded in dangerous border cities in Mexico. Since Biden took office, the non-profit group Human Rights First has documented at least 492 violent attacks, including rapes and kidnappings of migrants blocked from entry under the policy.

The new system builds on admissions that have been happening in recent weeks through the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), one of several organizations that sued the U.S. government to end the expulsions policy.

Since late March, the ACLU has been able to get up to 35 families per day admitted at ports of entry along the border and expects to continue its process in parallel with efforts from other non-profit groups.

Advocates, however, say they are dismayed that Biden has left the border expulsion policy in place, even with exceptions, arguing that it cuts off access to the U.S. asylum process.

"It's just a continuation of a process that's illegal at the end of the day," said Eleanor Acer, senior director of refugee protection with Human Rights First.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #263 on: 16 May 2021 at 14:27 »
Our enemies have made a mockery of our border security as they fast track the browning of America.

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-welcome-patrol-how-some-border-agents-are-struggling-with-bidens-policy-shift-2021-05-14/

‘U.S. Welcome Patrol’: how some border agents are struggling with Biden’s policy shift

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Some U.S. border patrol agents are so frustrated with President Joe Biden’s more liberal border policies that they are considering early retirement, while other disgruntled colleagues are buying unofficial coins that say ‘U.S. Welcome Patrol.’

Interviews with a dozen current and former agents highlight growing dissatisfaction among some rank and file members of the agency over Biden's swift reversal of some of former President Donald Trump's hardline immigration policies. Since Biden took office, border apprehensions have risen sharply.

Some of that frustration is coalescing into opposition to Biden's pick to lead the border patrol's parent agency, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The nominee is Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus, who still needs to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

The discontent was partly reflected in an unusual memo from the acting Border Patrol chief last month, who objected to a new directive to stop using the term 'alien' when referring to migrants, saying it would hurt agents' morale.

The interviews provide an anecdotal snapshot of the mood within border patrol and, as such, do not represent the views of all agents. One agent who spoke to Reuters on the condition of anonymity said "there are always going to be changes" between presidential administrations and that agents are "used to it."

But any internal strife could complicate plans Magnus may have to implement and reshape border and asylum policy. Criticism from even a small number of agents could also bolster Republican efforts to use concerns over illegal immigration to rally supporters ahead of the 2022 congressional elections.

Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, the labor union that represents three-quarters of the roughly 20,000 border patrol agents, sharply criticized Biden in a news conference with Republican senators on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. The union endorsed Trump in the 2020 election and still supports his restrictionist policies.

"I can confidently say that President Biden owns this crisis," Judd said, referring to the recent spike in border crossers. "It is his fault."

The 97-year-old border patrol agency has been whipsawed by policy changes under Republican and Democratic administrations that have required them to frequently modify their approach to migrants they encounter at the border.

But a number of the agents interviewed said they had never experienced such a dramatic pendulum swing.

Discontent in the ranks has already led some agents to consider early retirement, six of them said. Voluntary retirements within border patrol are set to outpace last year if they continue at the current rate, according to agency data.

Rosemarie Pepperdine, a border patrol agent working in Casa Grande, Arizona, is one of those who said she was considering taking early retirement.

"We have so many people coming across, and then we're out there killing ourselves to catch them, rescue them or whatever it is, and then they're being released," she said. "Why even bother?"

Asked about the agents' frustration, a Biden administration official said the president's approach was rooted in solutions and effective management.

The opposition to Magnus from within the agency derives in part from an incident in 2017, when a Honduran migrant escaped from a Tucson hospital while a border agent was looking at his phone.

Magnus' police department dispatched search teams and helicopters, police records show. After they determined the migrant had likely left the area, they called off the manhunt, according to Tucson's assistant police chief, Kevin Hall.

The border patrol wanted to use a police station to set up a command post to aid the search. But that was rejected by police, who according to Hall felt that was unnecessary because the border patrol had their own facilities. He said police also wanted to avoid attracting pro-immigrant protesters who were congregating at the hospital.

Border patrol union officials were outraged, writing on Facebook at the time that Magnus' police department "put politics over rule of law and oath of office."

Magnus "refused to work with the agency that he's going to be overseeing," Judd, the union president, said in an interview with Reuters. "That alone, in my opinion, should be disqualification."

Hall said he felt the police department had done everything they could to find the man. "We were all a bit surprised," Hall said of the union's outrage about the 2017 incident, "because the facts as we saw them were not exactly aligning with the facts as they saw them."

Magnus declined to comment for this story.

The son of an immigrant father from Norway, Magnus, 60, has not publicly spoken about what his plan would be for CBP.

His backers in police and policy circles say he is a strong supporter of his employees and is open to a wide range of views.

Claudia Jasso, chief development officer at the Tucson-based nonprofit Amistades, said one of the first things Magnus did as head of the city's police department was to meet with the Latino community to listen to their concerns. "He was humble and asked a lot of questions," she said.

Gil Kerlikowske, who was CBP commissioner for three years under former President Barack Obama, said there are people within the agency who disagree with the politically outspoken union but who may not speak out.

If Magnus is confirmed to head CBP, Kerlikowske said, "empathy and compassion will be a standard."

Many immigration advocates have been deeply critical of border patrol and say it is time for reform.

In 2019, the agency came under fire when the nonprofit news site ProPublica revealed a private Facebook group in which border patrol agents aired racist and misogynistic views. Then-acting CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said at the time that the posts did not reflect the views of the agency's employees.

'U.S. WELCOME PATROL'

Border apprehensions have been rising since Biden took office in January, reaching about 173,000 in April - the highest monthly level in more than 20 years.

The Biden administration initially struggled to process the border crossers fast enough, resulting in thousands of children being stuck in overcrowded border stations and forcing some agents to take on caretaker roles instead of patrolling for drugs and smugglers.

While the administration made changes that helped empty out the crowded stations, agents said they and their colleagues remain frustrated that many families are being released into the United States to pursue asylum cases, even as a Trump-era policy of quick expulsions at the border during the pandemic is still in place.

In at least one part of the southern border, some agents have started calling Biden 'Let 'Em Go Joe,' according to a border patrol agent who asked to remain anonymous because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

Gil Maza, a former agent who retired in March, runs a website selling an unofficial coin that refashions the U.S. Border Patrol logo to read 'U.S. Welcome Patrol.' Maza said he had sold 78 of the coins in four days to current and former agents.

"It sheds a little humor on the situation," he said of the coins. "And it's something that helps us, I guess, mentally and emotionally cope with the situation because especially right now, the situation is pretty dire out there."

Some agents echoed a grievance aired by Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott in an April 16 memo seen by Reuters that criticized the Biden administration's directive to use the terms 'undocumented non-citizen' or 'migrant' and stop using the phrase 'illegal alien.'

"Over the years many outside forces on both extremes of the political spectrum have intentionally, or unintentionally, politicized our agency and our mission," Scott wrote in the memo to acting CBP Commissioner Troy Miller.

The memo was first leaked to the right-wing news site Breitbart.

The Biden administration official defended the new terminology, saying that choice of words mattered and that those in custody deserved to be treated with dignity.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #264 on: 21 May 2021 at 01:12 »
https://www.voanews.com/usa/immigration/unauthorized-us-mexico-border-crossings-reached-20-year-high-april

Unauthorized US-Mexico Border Crossings Reached 20-Year High in April  | Voice of America

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Nearly four months into the Biden administration, U.S. officials report only limited signs of progress in stabilizing a chaotic situation at the U.S.-Mexico border, with unauthorized migrant crossings continuing at multi-decade highs for this time of year.

The number of migrants encountered by U.S. authorities began rising last year and increased dramatically in early 2021.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection's enforcement data for April showed undocumented migration at a 20-year high. The agency reported 178,622 migrants apprehended for the month. Of those, 111,714 were expelled from the country under a pandemic-related emergency health order blocking most migrants from pursuing asylum claims or other forms of relief in the United States.

Border apprehensions in April were 3% higher than March's total of 173,348 and significantly higher than the February total of 101,120.

The data also suggest that increases in border encounters are leveling off and may have hit a plateau. But experts are unsure what's ahead and aren't ready to say the border crisis is easing.

"The kind of situation with CBP being overwhelmed by more vulnerable migrants may be starting to turn around," Migration Policy Institute analyst Jessica Bolter told VOA. "The one caution that I would give is that there have been instances historically where numbers have plateaued in April or gone down in April but then shot back up in May, so we'll really have to see the May numbers in order to know kind of where we stand.".

The surge in migrant arrivals made the U.S.-Mexico border an early focus of President Joe Biden, who tapped Vice President Kamala Harris to oversee and coordinate the administration's response.

Speaking with VOA, White House immigration policy adviser Tyler Moran said border metrics do not tell the whole story.

"Migration is a normal phenomenon. The numbers go up and down for a number of different reasons," Moran said. "It could be push factors due to violence. It could be political instability. It could be natural disasters — also because our legal immigration system is so out of date."

Biden's Republican critics acknowledge the complexity of the situation while faulting the president's messaging that he would break from the restrictive immigration policies of former President Donald Trump.

"Although I believe that the current crisis has been unnecessarily caused or accelerated by misguided policies, I also understand that there are complex, interconnected sets of factors that play into the decision to leave one's country," Republican Representative Peter Meijer of Michigan said in a recent statement..

Single adults, unaccompanied minors

While much attention has been focused on border crossings by unaccompanied minors, some barely older than toddlers, the largest cohort of migrant arrivals comprises single adults.

In fact, according to CBP, the number of unaccompanied minors decreased slightly from March (18,960) to April (17,171), even as the total number of migrants continued to rise.

While most migrants continue to be expelled, the Biden administration has exempted unaccompanied minors and families with young children from the blanket deportation policy.

Processing, housing and caring for thousands of youths quickly became an urgent challenge for the new administration as Border Patrol stations unequipped to tend to children's needs became severely overcrowded.

As of early April, the U.S. had more than 5,700 unaccompanied minors in CBP facilities. In the weeks that followed, the government opened 14 emergency shelters run by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the federal entity tasked with caring for migrant children. Subsequently, the number of minors in CBP custody dropped by more than 90%.

"The handling of unaccompanied children has improved, not just over the course of the several months but even in comparison to past administrations. I think that the Biden administration has tried to increase collaboration between different government agencies," Bolter said.

As of Tuesday, 675 children were in CBP custody and 19,387 were in the care of HHS. More than 444 others had been released to the care of parents or other guardians already living in the United States.

"We have been working to set up an orderly system to move those children as quickly as possible from Border Patrol into HHS custody, and then into the arms of their parents or sponsors," Moran told VOA.

Moran described HHS's emergency influx facilities as a short-term fix while longer-term capacities are expanded.

"We want to have enough state-licensed shelters in the states around the country so, when there is an increase of unaccompanied children in the future, that is the place that they go instead of these temporary facilities," she said.

Drug seizures

Migrant flows are not the only phenomenon of note at America's southern border. Federal authorities also monitor and interdict drug smuggling.

The latest data from CBP show drug seizures were up 6% in April from March 2021. Although cocaine and methamphetamine confiscation decreased, seizures of heroin nearly doubled, and fentanyl seizures increased by 34%.
 
"So far in Fiscal Year 2021, fentanyl seizures have already surpassed those from all of Fiscal Year 2020, with 6,494 through April 2021 compared to 4,776 for all of Fiscal Year 2020," CBP reported in a press release earlier this month.

Increased drug flows were discussed at a recent congressional hearing, with Republican Senator Rick Scott of Florida asserting that drug cartels are benefiting as federal "resources are being diverted to manage the humanitarian crisis at the southern border."

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas responded that historically, most illegal drugs enter the United States not between ports of entry but "hidden in compartments of vehicles" entering the United States at official border checkpoints.
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