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Racial Loyalty News => General News => American News => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 14 December 2018 at 01:48

Title: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 December 2018 at 01:48
Really sounds like those spic invaders on our southern border are truly needing asylum, it's not like they deserve to come over and destroy our White Culture for whatever reason. All they need is some money to go back home. What a joke. I can remember a month and a half ago the lying M.S.M. telling us the caravan wasn't even real. Now there are thousands of them, with more coming.


Two groups of migrants from the migrant caravan marched to the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana and demanded that President Donald Trump let them in the country or pay them $50,000 each to go home.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 December 2018 at 13:29
Did I hear somewhere that the libtards are calling it the Caravan of Courage?

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 January 2019 at 15:37
Another wave of the spic invasion is suppose to head our way, to join the thousands of muds already collecting at our border. 15,000 is what they say, which we all know will swell like the last ones as they travel north. So who knows how may will be at our doorstep by the time they meet up with the others already here. I understand people are complacent about the issue since the muds are still in Mexico, but what do they think will happen when these spics have tens of thousands at the boarder. They already did a soft attack a month or so ago with a few thousand.
In my opinion, we really need to shut these caravans down before they start or better yet build that wall add some machine gun turrets and mow these mother *ers down as they walk-up to our border. We need to be treating this situation like the real invasion that it is, but in all reality The Whites need to realize this is war. We need to go on the offensive to solve this problem.  RAHOWA


New migrant caravan forming in Central America as US government shutdown continues

A new migrant caravan, thought to be bigger than the last, is preparing to leave Honduras this month

 Rozina Sabur, washington  Mathew Charles

5 JANUARY 2019 • 6:54PM

A new migrant caravan is preparing to leave Honduras, as President Donald Trump pushes ahead with his government shutdown in a bid to secure funding for a US border wall.

The caravan, which migrant rights advocates estimate could include 15,000 participants, more than double the size of the previous caravan, is said to be preparing to leave Honduras from the city of San Pedro Sula on January 15.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 January 2019 at 20:38
They reckon that George Sorros is assisting them.
Something is going on in Central America.
How did the muds rapidly gain ground from Mexico City to the US boarder?
Somebody with big money paid for their bus transit to reach that point!

They can’t all expect to just waltz into the US?!

I’ve been Following the story on you tube. They are finding ways of sneaking in and these beaners are consulting tunneling experts in Europe on how to get underneath the fence.

The latest news is the wall will not be cement as it isn’t cost effective , it’ll be steel.
Why won’t the Democrats release the funds for this project easily?!
I sure hope you guys are going to get a super robust steel boarder where their tools can’t make a dent in it!

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 January 2019 at 13:21
Of course they'd all gather up when the government is shut down. Makes it much more easier to cross the border. Then again, our own treacherous government will still allow them to come in and mongrelize our race. It's all part and parcel to the Jews' end game.

I'm right with ya Dibbs that machine guns can do a much better job than a wall. These muds are crossing our borders illegally and transgressing our laws. As Founder Klassen once said, what difference does it make if they are civilians or an invading army? They are taking over the land our proud White forefathers once fought bravely for.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 January 2019 at 20:30
I am surprised that the wall wasn't constructed way better years ago!
On some of the you tube pieces, the areas of the wall vary in integrity.
Some parts are thin metal  mesh,these guys can take a battery grinder to and zip open in a couple minutes.
Other parts are like vertical steel girders.
There are low areas on the beach in Cali they can just circumnavigate or climb over.
Then there are areas after a river that gave a piss weak wire fence that may contain a flock of sheep but not people!

America has the biggest economy in the world! Surely they could have made a better wall ages back?!

Seems that there is a lot of anger because illegals have killed both citizens and emergency service workers in the US.

But ... who cares as long as the corporations get cheap labour and miscegenation?! .... so much for “We the people” seems it’s “We the corporations” or “We the Latrinos next door”.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 January 2019 at 01:14
Striking photographs capture life behind wall on Mexican border as Trump prepares to argue his case on TV for massive expansion following government shutdown

* Pictures taken in Tijuana, Mexico show migrants INVADERS from across the border wall staring into US territory
* US President Donald Trump is scheduled to address the nation in a TV appearance on Tuesday evening
* Trump is expected to make his case for fortifying the border further to end the partial government shutdown

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6568617/Striking-photographs-capture-life-Donald-Trumps-imposing-border-wall.html

Nothing worth reading in the article. It's just the usual MSM sob-story about iphone carrying poverty ridden so-called migrants .... Skip to the comments if you want some real entertainment.



Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 January 2019 at 10:00

Donald Trump is heading to the US-Mexico border this week, with the United States in chaos and an immigration crisis looming after 17 days of partial government shutdown.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted that the US President would “travel to the Southern border on Thursday to meet with those on the front lines”.

Mr Trump said he would “address the nation on the humanitarian and national security crisis” on Tuesday at 9pm Eastern Time.

The President is demanding $US5.7 billion ($A8 billion) to fund his long-promised border wall on the southern border, but Democrats have refused to agree to provide money for the plan they see as “immoral

It means Congress has not been able to pass funding for key government agencies, with services on hold and 800,000 federal workers on leave without pay or working without pay.

National parks, airports and immigration courts are struggling to function, and the dire situation for America is only set to get worse as the government remains at an impasse.

But Mr Trump said all was going well, and that he was now thinking of building a steel wall, rather than a concrete one as he initially planned.

Acting White House budget director Russell Vought sent a letter to congressional leaders on Sunday listing the administration’s demands, which include $US5.7 billion “for construction of a steel barrier for the Southwest border” plus “an additional $800 million ($A1.1 billion) to address urgent humanitarian needs” and unaccompanied migrant children arriving at the border.

The Democrats only want to provide $US1.3 billion ($A1.8 billion) for border security, which includes funding for a fence instead of a wall

The situation at the border is worsening under the Trump administration, with migrants waiting on the Mexican side for weeks or months before they can submit applications, according to the New York Times. Desperately families are increasingly turning to people smugglers, who charge exorbitant rates for assistance in sneaking into the US.

With Democrats now holding the majority in the House of Representatives and Republicans controlling the Senate, a bipartisan solution is essential. But ongoing talks have come to nothing, with both sides sticking to their guns
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 January 2019 at 21:00
Not a real fan of the jew lover Trump, but I guess I can give him credit for this move.


President Trump walks out of meeting with Democratic leaders

January 9, 2019 at 4:05 AM CST - Updated January 9 at 2:44 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump said Republicans are unified in their push for a border wall on Wednesday after meeting with GOP leaders, and later walked out of meeting that included Democrats when he was told they still would not agree to one.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, the Minority Leader, said after the meeting that Trump asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, “Will you agree to my wall?”

When she told him no, he got up and left.

“Then we have nothing to discuss,” the president said, according to Schumer.

The president also called the meeting a “total waste of time" in a tweet.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 January 2019 at 09:25
Well he is doing all he can to get this wall! Blame the “Demon craps” for not hooking him up with the funds!
If people aren't getting $ from the shut down Government blame the bloody Democrats!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 January 2019 at 10:42
The most offensive thing about Trump's wall is the rank hypocrisy of the Democrats who once voted for it!

Piers Morgan | Daily Mail (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/) (UK) | 10 January 2019


Extract: As so often in modern American politics, it’s the malodorous stench of rank hypocrisy that most poisons the soul.

After last night’s presidential address by Donald Trump about illegal immigration, Democrats – led by Senator Chuck Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi - were utterly united in their collective outrage at his stubborn insistence on building a wall along the southern US-Mexico border.

Their fury that anyone would even countenance such a thing knew no bounds.

A wall would serve no purpose, they bellowed.

It’s a waste of time and money, they jeered.

What about the poor women and children seeking a better life, they cried?

But wait….

In 2006, the Secure Fence Act was passed into law that called for 700 miles of secure fencing to be built along the border, and for enhanced surveillance technology including new satellites, drones, cameras and sensors.

It was a Republican president George W. Bush who signed off on it, but

Sen. Schumer voted in favour of it, as did then Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Clinton, who later proudly boasted: ‘I voted numerous times when I was a senator to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in. And I do think you have to control your borders.’

In 2013, now President Barack Obama signed off the Senate Immigration Overhaul bill that called for even tougher border security including extra fencing and ‘boots on the ground on the southern border.’

Sen. Schumer supported that, too, as did Sen. Clinton.

In a speech to the Georgetown Law School, Schumer made his feelings on the issue crystal clear: ‘Illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple. When we use phrases like ‘undocumented workers’, we convey a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, which the American people overwhelmingly oppose. If you don’t think it’s illegal, you’re not going to say it. I do think it’s illegal and we have to change it.’

Obama has always been just as strident about illegal immigration.

As a Senator in 2005, he said: ‘We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, unchecked and circumnavigating the line of people who are waiting patiently, diligently and lawfully to become immigrants into this country.’

President Bill Clinton presided over the draconian Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, which represented a dramatic increase in immigration enforcement. The Border Patrol was substantially enlarged, numerous minor immigration violations were newly criminalised and deportations thus significantly increased.

He boasted: ‘Our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring a record number of new border guards, by deporting twice as many criminal aliens as ever before, by cracking down on illegal hiring, by barring welfare benefits to illegal aliens.’

As things stands, nearly 700 miles of the border is already fortified.

Trump’s plan is to have three phases of construction of fences and walls covering 1,250 miles by the end of 2020.

The cost of all this, a few billion dollars, is comparative chicken feed for the world’s wealthiest superpower.

The President, who made this a key campaign pledge, even conceded that it doesn’t have to actually be a concrete wall - it can made of steel or much of the same ‘fencing’ that’s already there.

Of course, the big difference between then and now is that the person calling for more barriers and security is Donald Trump.

And Democrats hate him so much they are now pretending to also hate his plan even though it bares a very striking resemblance to what they themselves have so eagerly voted for and supported for 12 years.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 January 2019 at 15:23
The most offensive thing about Trump's wall is the rank hypocrisy of the Democrats who once voted for it!

It's ridiculous Brother. Anyone with half a brain can see it's a big joke, nothing more than political games. The Democrats actually had approved 4x the amount Trump is asking for now, just last year. Now the Democrats won't even allow a dollar more than what is normally approved for border security. In my opinion that truly shows their hand, and they (Democrats) either don't think there's a problem  or don't care. I lean towards the latter. We know they really want open borders. They want the waves of democratic voting muds to change the demographics of the United States, so they can regain and secure their power. Unfortunately if/when that happens the U.S. might as well rename itself North Mexico.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 January 2019 at 17:38
And the other thing is that even though the truth is out there and being covered by some sections of the MSM, few know about it because Trump himself refuses use his influence with the total truth. Trump's preference is to look like a hard arse by making it appear that he forced the Democrats to requiesce through the sole efforts of his own sheer hard willed personality.

On one side - both Democrat and mainstream Republican - it's sabotage of the nation for political gain, and on the other it's sabotage of any bipartisan political relativism for the sake of one's/Trump's ego.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 January 2019 at 08:21
Border rancher: ‘We’ve found prayer rugs out here. It’s unreal’



Extract: Ranchers and farmers near the U.S.-Mexico border have been finding prayer rugs on their properties in recent months, according to one rancher who asked to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation by cartels.


The mats are pieces of carpet that those of the Muslim faith kneel on as they worship during their unauthorized trek into and through the United States.

“There’s a lot of people coming in not just from Mexico,” the rancher said. “People, the general public, just don’t get the terrorist threats of that. That’s what’s really scary. You don’t know what’s coming across. We’ve found prayer rugs out here. It’s unreal. It’s not just Mexican nationals that are coming across.”

The rancher, who lives with her family in a remote, southwestern part of the state, said the discoveries raise questions about how many people who illegally entered the U.S. in Hidalgo County, N.M., traveled tens of thousands of miles from overseas to sneak across the southern border.

She is one of just a few hundred residents of Animas, N.M., a tiny town that sits between the international border and the Border Patrol’s Lordsburg Station, which is 95 miles north of the boundary.

The few hundred residents have no local police department. They rely on the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department and U.S. Border Patrol to help when they need it, but otherwise count on tips and support from one another because of the 40 miles that separate the community from the county headquarters in Lordsburg.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 18 January 2019 at 01:02
Brace yourselves my White Racial Comrades

 We're about to be hit with another wave of spics here in the U.S. The muds and race traitors have officially started another caravan and are heading this way thanks to our enemies at Pueblo Sin Fronteras, a Chicago-based nonprofit whose name means People Without Borders, which is funded by that kike George Soros.


‘I have to try’: New migrant caravan leaves Honduras and heads for the United States.

By Sarah Kinosian

January 15

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras — An estimated 2,000 migrants formed a caravan in this northern Honduran city late Monday and early Tuesday and set off toward the U.S.-Mexico border, where thousands of migrants from last year’s caravans continue to wait to apply for asylum in the United States.


Migrant ‘Caravans’ Flow Through Chicago

Kevin Mooney

Advocates of open borders quoted in media coverage of the migrant “caravan” moving north through Mexico are part of a network of U.S.-based groups funded in the past by left-leaning foundations, according to tax and financial records.

Pueblo Sin Fronteras, a Chicago-based nonprofit whose name means People Without Borders, is widely credited with organizing the caravans of migrants that traveled from Central America on trains and buses and on foot this year and last.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 18 January 2019 at 02:55
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2019 at 03:11
Largest single group of ILLEGAL migrants EVER burrows UNDER border wall: 376 Central Americans squeeze through seven tiny holes and immediately request asylum


A group of migrants said to be the largest ever has illegally tunneled under the southern U.S. border fence and surrendered to Border Patrol to request asylum.

The group of 376 Central Americans 'inundated agents' after crossing the border through a series of hasty tunnels near Yuma, Arizona on Monday, Customs and Border Protection said

The agency said 200 of the group were minors, and that nearly all the rest said they were their parents, meaning that they will likely be released into the U.S. as their asylum claims are processed.

It is believed to be the largest single group to cross the border illegally to request asylum. The Border Patrol has said that smugglers transport large groups to the border and then instruct them to cross and turn themselves in.

Officials said that most of the group entered the U.S. through seven small openings burrowed under the border barrier.

The crossings took place at a remote stretch of border where old fencing is about 12 feet high and the ground is sandy. Stretched thin, CBP has only three agents patrolling the 26-mile section of border.

President Donald Trump's administration had tried to forbid migrants from requesting asylum after crossing the border illegally, but that move was struck down by a federal judge in November.

'The only thing that solves that problem is a change in the law,' CBP Yuma Border Sector Chief Anthony Porvaznik told ABC News.

'The only reason they're trying to say that they're family units is that they know if they're a family unit, they're going to be released within 20 days,' Porvaznik said.

Porvaznik said that he had worked for CBP for 30 years and had never been part of an arrest of a group as large as the one on Monday.

He said that 87 percent of the apprehensions in Yuma Sector are family units and unaccompanied alien children.


In New Mexico, a separate group of 247 (above) illegally crossed into the U.S. near the Antelope Wells Port of Entry on Wednesday.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2019 at 03:56
A group of migrants said to be the largest ever has illegally tunneled under the southern U.S. border fence and surrendered to Border Patrol to request asylum.

Sneak over get caught and claim asylum. What a crock of sh!t. Then just because they have a little mud baby, that may or may not be theirs, they get released into our country after 20 days. Then they sponge off of welfare and public aid, which the White Race gets to subsidized with their hard-earned taxes. The same taxes that the greedy jewish ran government rob from us under threat of incarceration.

At this rate how many more years till the American country that our White ancestors fought so valiantly from the Mexicans and Indians to expand our White Race is about to be turned back to the muds. I promise you that at this rate the demographic shift will start to snowball and we are in for some serious trouble. For anyone who is not a Creator or at least a supporter of the Church of Creativity reading this open your eyes to the current war that we're in, the war on our beautiful Race.

Join the Church, become a Creator. Join or start a Primary Group. But most importantly, " Help to Awake the White Race!!! ".  RAHOWA
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2019 at 04:10
More than 800 muds forced their way into Mexico by breaking the gates at one of the international ports of entry with Guatemala and are now being escorted north by federal police.


Video from SpicTV

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2019 at 04:48
More than 800 muds forced their way into Mexico by breaking the gates at one of the international ports of entry with Guatemala and are now being escorted north by federal police.

Muds escorting muds through Mexico. Even the ignorant beaners know they don't want an invading force upon them. That's why I can't see how those christ-insaners and other leftists Whites support this invasion on the U.S. It just seems like our fellow Whites should be able to recognize their enemies (make you wonder if they're really that stupid or just race traitors). Unfortunately I'm starting to lean toward the latter. It does amaze me though, how effective  the devastation of the christian mind pollution and all the other anti-White propaganda has been on our Brothers and Sisters.

But I try stay positive and I truly believe our religion of Creativity will bring the White Race together as the great race that it is. RaHoWa
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2019 at 06:51
It just seems like our fellow Whites should be able to recognize their enemies

The simple answer is that the muds are no threat to their lifestyle. Not their secure jobs, not their economically segregated schools, not their positions in higher education, not their homes, not their neighbourhoods and not their children. To them, the inferior mud races are all about bringing culturally appropriate food - restaurants and festivals to the suburbs. Basically, arseholes in gated communities believe themselves immune to the black plague infesting the rest of the world.

The other and most important thing is that it gives the self righteous middle class and uber rich a warm feeling to know that they have given the low-down nigger dog a bone.


The middle class and uber rich both believe that poor Whites are just lazy; but the truth be told, niggers make better slaves. Send niggers to their neighbourhoods to rape their kids and their attitudes will change.

Any working class or under class poor that believe as the wealthy do are just plain brainwashed.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2019 at 07:29
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 January 2019 at 05:32
Even though our M.S.M. hasn't mentioned it in weeks, the mud caravan is still heading this way. Constantly growing and now it looks like they won't have any opposition on their trip, from Mexico. This should be a good thing and in logical thinking mean the caravan won't be on the run from their "dangerous" countries that their claiming asylum from, but it won't matter. They'll still head this way and as they get caught sneaking over the border, the muds will still claim asylum and with their kidnapped child/children be allowed to be released into the U.S. to await their court date, which they very rarely show up too.
I think one of the worse parts of all this is J.O.G. constantly telling me, like I'm an idiot, that this ain't a problem and this is a good thing. A natural migration that will have no affect on my race and will help our society. What a *ing joke.


Mexico Made It Easier for Migrant Caravan to Get to U.S.

Maya Averbuch

01.25.19 5:03 AM ET

Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters

CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico—The last time a caravan tried to enter Mexico, the migrants found themselves up against police in riot gear, closed fences, and canisters of tear gas. But there was none of that last week, when members of the latest caravan arrived at the Mexican border.

There was only an offer from Mexican immigration authorities: one-year visas to enter Mexico, with the ability to travel to any part of the country, even the border of the United States. However, it remained unclear whether asylum seekers would be able to enter the U.S. because of the rollout Friday of a new policy that forces people to wait in Mexico until they can return to the U.S. for their court dates. The first asylum seekers affected by the policy were scheduled to be released into Mexico on Friday.

These humanitarian visas are supposed to be issued in about five days, instead of the usual month, opening up a fast track to reach the U.S. by providing legal entry to people who otherwise would have likely traveled undocumented. As applications ballooned, the Mexican response seemed to set up a confrontation with President Donald Trump, who tweeted on Jan. 19: “Mexico is doing NOTHING to stop the Caravan which is now fully formed and heading to the United States.”

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 January 2019 at 07:37
WATCH: People in Wetbacks from Mexico Hurl Rocks at Border Patrol Agents After Illegal Crossing



The video captured the moment when a U.S. Border Patrol boat pulls up to the banks on the northern side to help a group of agents who were trying to arrest a man apparently resisting capture. The man was part of a group of at least four who had just crossed into Roma. In the background, voices can be heard yelling that the agents were being rough with the man. Moments later, various individuals on the Mexican side can be seen running to the edge of the river where they scream several insults and throw rocks, but fall short of their targets.

Miguel Aleman is a city under the control of the Gulf Cartel and is considered one of the main smuggling corridors into Texas. The area lacks any physical barriers other than the shallow waters of the Rio Grande [Beware of Wetbacks], thus facilitating smuggling operations. The scene where the incident took place is the same where a CBS reporter was confronted after trying to record a human smuggling attempt in July 2018.



Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 01 February 2019 at 01:51
And they keep coming. Now three mud caravans heading towards the U.S.


Senior DOD Official John Rood: Three Migrant Caravans Headed to U.S.


There are three migrant caravans headed to the United States’ southern border with Mexico, according to top Pentagon official John Rood.

Rood testified to the House Armed Services Committee on Tuesday that one of the caravans contains over 12,000 migrants

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 February 2019 at 03:50
Another migrant caravan just arrived at our border. This time the muds are gathering on the Mexico side of the Texas border. Sounds to me like they're trying to spread our border patrol/military troops thin, making it easier for those muds to  compromise our border defenses.


Nearly 2,000 migrants arrive at Texas-Mexico border, prompting 500 state troopers to respond


Updated 3 hours ago

 SAN ANGELO, Texas – A caravan of almost 2,000 Central American migrants has arrived just outside the Texas-Mexico border with the hopes of crossing into the United States, according to officials.

Authorities say the migrants arrived Monday in Piedras Negras, across the Rio Grande from Eagle Pass in Maverick County, Texas.

There to meet the influx of migrants was a surge in law enforcement that included multiple sheriff's offices, the U.S. Border Patrol and the Texas Department of Public Safety.

"If anyone tries to cross the border illegally, they'll be arrested," Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber said.

Schmerber said about 500 Texas state troopers had arrived in Maverick County by Tuesday along with 50 reserve deputies from across the state.

"We feel very comfortable that police from other counties are ready to respond," Schmerber said.

Including the U.S. Border Patrol and personnel from surrounding county sheriff's offices, Schmerber said two SWAT teams also are on standby to maintain order.

"When I went to Mexico this morning, the mayor of Piedras Negras was there and told me around 1,800 (migrants) – about 80 percent from Honduras – were there," said Schmerber.

"One group of migrants is hoping to make it into Arizona and another group to Minnesota," Schmerber said.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security vowed Tuesday that the “lawless caravan” would not be allowed in.

“Approximately 2,000 aliens have arrived in northern Mexico as part of a ‘caravan’ seeking to cross the border into Texas. Illegal entry will not be tolerated and we stand ready to prevent it,” DHS Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen wrote in a statement, adding “DHS will take all steps to ensure the safety and security of law enforcement personnel on the frontlines.”

Images from local media show U.S. agents with riot gear and shields standing on a bridge separating Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras. DHS said Border Patrol agents have already apprehended some migrants who crossed the border illegally overnight.

Coahuila state Gov. Miguel Angel Riquelme said about 1,700 migrants arrived late Sunday aboard 49 buses from the cities of Saltillo and Arteaga. Another smaller group headed toward the neighboring state of Nuevo Leon.

An improvised shelter was set up for the migrants at an unused factory, and local officials said the migrants had been given sleeping mats, blankets, food and wireless access.

State child welfare officials reported there 46 unaccompanied youths aged between 15 and 17 in the caravan.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 February 2019 at 14:59
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 February 2019 at 14:06
I can't believe this is a real story. I guess the M.S.M. ain't getting enough sympathy for the muds, so they're going to throw on some intersectionallity into the story. In my opinion it would have been a better article if they both died.


Two transgender women joined migrant caravan. Only one survived journey to San Francisco.

Tatiana SanchezFeb. 10, 2019 Updated: Feb. 10, 2019 5:42 p.m.

Moments before paramedics rushed Roxsana Hernandez out of an ICE jail in New Mexico, Charlotte consoled her dying friend.

“I wasn’t sure if I was going to see her again,” she said. “So I hugged her and told her, ‘God bless you. Take care. We’ll be here when you get back.’”

They’d known each other only a few months, but the Honduran women had formed a tight bond, traveling to the U.S.-Mexico border together last spring in a highly publicized migrant caravan and petitioning for asylum in San Ysidro (San Diego County). As openly transgender women, the pair were running from the grip of death in one of the most violent countries in the world.

But only one would survive the treacherous 2,700-mile journey. Only one would have a chance at a new life.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 February 2019 at 14:29
In my opinion it would have been a better article if they both died.

Then that would have been Good News.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 February 2019 at 14:30
They throw these articles out like the JOG are really trying to do something at the borders. What we need to do is stop this joke of an amnesty law, that's one of the major issue. In a separate article I was reading, where the caravan that hit the border near Tijuana a few months ago, thousands of muds were/are allowed in the states through the courts to wait their court dates, which very few ever show. And who knows the true numbers of how many were able to sneak over the border while dealing with the mass of muds they did know about.


250 troops deployed to Eagle Pass,Texas to stop migrant caravan from crossing border


Updated: Feb 10, 2019 11:09 AM EST

The U.S. military is sending 250 active-duty troops to Eagle Pass, Texas.

That's across the border from where some 1,800 migrants, apparently wanting to come to the U.S, are being housed by the Mexican government.

Thousands of federal, state and local authorities even military personnel have flooded this usually quiet community on the banks of the Rio Grande.

"It's a combination of customs and border protection vehicles and Texas state troopers they are all lined up literally side by side all nose-facing towards Mexico… and then if you take a look at the other side of the Rio Grande across the border just recently we've seen this, Mexican authorities now lined up facing exactly the opposite direction," CNN reporter Martin Savidge said.

Eagle Pass's mayor is grateful but also a bit taken aback.

Mayor Ramsey English Cantu said: "We are extremely appreciative of the work that they do … but this is something that is unprecedented."

Law enforcement patrol in vehicles, on ATV's, on bicycles even on horseback.

Helicopters monitor from above, while high powered airboats prowl the shallow water of the Rio Grande.

The security surge is in response to the arrival of a caravan of 1,800 Central American migrants just on the other side of the border said to have their sights on seeking U.S. Asylum.

President Donald Trump has declared such caravans a national security threat and uses them to justify a border wall, painting asylum seekers as invaders.

Something he did again in his State of the Union speech.

"As we speak large organized caravans are on the march toward to the United States," Trump said.

Federal authorities fear a potential repeat of last November's chaos near San Diego when tear gas was used to drive back migrants rushing the border area.

Thursday border patrol agents rehearsed in riot gear on one of the town's two public bridges to Mexico.

Bridge defenses are being beefed up.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 February 2019 at 18:40
The beaners from Central America have been offered Asylum in Mexico . If they are bonafide asylum seekers then why not take it?! They have Spanish and will get assistance.

So the game plan is come to America and flood it with cheap labour and take it over?! Get more hand outs?!
Hey !... Canada is looking good to take those poor mud people that are claiming Asylum from Trump . Just walk over the boarder in North NY state and get a free ride from :-Dumb , liberal Justin Trudeau!

The US govt. shut down cost more than it was to build the bloody wall! What is Soros cooking up behind the scenes?!

Billionaire Sorros vs Billionaire Trump?!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 February 2019 at 20:56
Billionaire Sorros vs Billionaire Trump

Watch your mouth brother, haha. In the toon world we live in now we aren't even suppose to call them billionaires. They're "people of means", so stupid. As for your questions with the flood of muds. Sounds like you already answered your own questions. This should be considered by every White Man, Woman, and Child as a hostile takeover of the U.S. As for going to Canada, I'd love to send them on north but I wouldn't want this mess for those good White brothers and sisters. Even though that Justin "race traitor" Trudeau does deserve these muds to live in his neighborhood.


Don't call Howard Schultz a billionaire. He's a 'person of means'

Arwa Mahdawi

The former Starbucks CEO’s attempt to rebrand the b-word shows how the super-rich justify their immense wealth

Wed 6 Feb 2019 08.08 ESTLast modified on Wed 6 Feb 2019 12.45 EST

Howard Schultz is worth around $3.4billion. While one might think that would make the former Starbucks CEO and would-be presidential candidate a “billionaire”, he would prefer you didn't use that term. You see, while billionaire may seem like a simple descriptor, it is actually a disgusting slur.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 February 2019 at 22:39

US Senator Ted Cruz thinks convicted Mexican drug cartel Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman should finance US President Donald Trump’s long-promised border wall.

“America’s justice system prevailed today in convicting Joaquín Guzmán Loera, aka El Chapo, on all 10 counts,” Senator Cruz tweeted shortly before the Sinaloa cartel boss was convicted on drug trafficking, weapons violations and money laundering charges in a federal courtroom in Brooklyn, New York.

US prosecutors are seeking $US14 billion ($A20 billion) in drug profits & other assets from El Chapo which should go towards funding our wall to #SecureTheBorder.”

Fox News reports that Mr Trump has said the construction of a wall would cost around $US5.7 billion ($8 billion).

The Texas Republican then urged his colleagues to pass the Ensuring Lawful Collection of Hidden Assets to Provide Order Act — or El Chapo Act — which would divert drug proceeds from cartel bosses to fund border security
More than a dozen House Republicans support Senator Cruz’s bill.

Senator Cruz first introduced the bill in April 2017 and reintroduced it in January.

The reintroduction puts pressure on politicians to put in place a border security spending bill.
A bipartisan group of politicians on Monday tentatively agreed to provide $US1.4 billion ($A2 billion) for border barriers, including 88 kilometres of new fencing along the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. Drug proceeds could go a long way in securing the southern border, Senator Cruz said.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 February 2019 at 23:05
President Donald Trump announced a national emergency on the border on Friday, a move calculated to allow him to spend $8 billion building his wall after signing a bill to avoid a second government shutdown after a bitter standoff with Congress.


He signed the declaration behind closed doors prior to a Rose Garden announcement, which he delayed while he met with women whose children were either killed by illegal immigrants or died because of drug cartels.

'We're going to be signing today, and registering, national emergency. And, it's a great thing to do, because we have an in{flux} of drugs, invasion of gangs, invasion of people, and it's not acceptable,' the president said.

Congress appropriated $1.375 billion that Trump can use for 'bollard' fencing in a spending bill that has not reached the president's desk, yet, but is expected to make its way to him before funding for a host of federal agencies runs out at midnight.

Trump is cobbling together the rest of the money through a patchwork operation that has him taking $600 million from the Treasury Forfeiture Fund and $2.5 billion from an account within the Department of Defense that is used for counter-drug activities, in order to build his wall.

Democratic lawmakers are already plotting to void his national emergency through legislation that would call it off. Opponents of the policy are also hustling to put together legal challenges.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer immediately characterized it as an 'unlawful declaration over a crisis that does not exist' that makes America less safe.

'This is plainly a power grab by a disappointed President, who has gone outside the bounds of the law to try to get what he failed to achieve in the constitutional legislative process,' they said in a joint statement.
An hour after the president's Rose Garden event, the state of California said it would sue. The state of Washington signaled that it could do the same.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) also said it was filing suit against the Department of Justice.

'Americans deserve to know the true basis for President Trump’s unprecedented decision to enact emergency powers to pay for a border wall,' the organization's executive director, Noah Bookbinder, said in a statement. 'We’re suing because the government has so far failed produce the requested documents or provide an explanation for their delay.
Free-speech organization, the American Civil Liberties Union, filed suit, as well.

Trump acknowledged in his announcement that the national emergency he signed today would end up in court before the Ninth Circuit and eventually make its way to the Supreme Court.

'So the order is signed. And I'll sign the final papers as soon as I get into the Oval Office,' the president said. 'And we will have a national emergency. And we will then be sued, and they will sue us in the Ninth Circuit even though it shouldn't be there.'

The San Francisco-headquartered Court of Appeals has tripped up Trump's other major executive orders, including his first travel ban.

Continuing to play out the court process aloud, the president said: 'We will possibly get a bad ruling, and then we will get another bad ruling, and then we will end up in the Supreme Court, and hopefully we will get a fair shake, and we'll win in the Supreme Court.'

Trump said he was confident that he would win at the high court, where two conservative justices he out on the bench are the deciders, just like he did before.

'They sued us in the Ninth Circuit and we lost, and then we lost in the appellate division, and then we went to the Supreme Court and we won,' he stated.

The president may have harmed his legal case with some of his own public statements, however.

He said during the press conference that followed his announcement, 'I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather get it done faster.'

Administration lawyers will face the burden in court with arguing that there is an authentic crisis on the border that required the emergency designation

Trump said national emergencies have been used 'many' times by past presidents as he harangued Obama for the economic slowdown that hung like a dark cloud over much of his tenure.

He said he is considering a second emergency that would target to the cartels directly that is rooted in an emergency declaration his predecessor signed.

'It's a very good emergency that he signed. And we're going to use parts of it on our dealings on cartels. But that would be a second national emergency,' he said.

He claimed that the country was 'heading south, and it was going fast' under the previous administration. Trump meanwhile said that he's done a 'fantastic job' and that he is making America great again despite facing significant hurdles.   

Aside from the border, a problem for which Democrats have been loathe to provide him any money, he said, 'We have so much money, we don't know what to do with it.

'I don't know what to do with all the money they are giving us. It's crazy,' he bragged.

Then, in remarks pointed at former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, the president said that he didn't have the best people by his side the first year and a half that he was on the job.

'I was a little new to the job and profession. We had a little disappointment for the first year and a half, people that should have stepped up did not step up,' he said. 'It would have been easy. Not that easy, but it would have been a lot easier. Some people didn't step up. We are stepping up now.'

He made it clear that he was thinking of someone specific: 'I'm very disappointed in certain people, a particular one, for not having pushed this faster,' he said.

He declined to say later if his criticism was meant for Ryan, who retired last month from Congress.

'Let's not talk about it. What difference does it make? They should have pushed it faster. They should have pushed it harder, and they didn't. They didn't. If they would have, it would have been a little bit better,' Trump said.

The president said he would like to take it a step further and pass a total overhaul of the immigration system.  'Maybe that is something we can all work on where we all get together and do major immigration reform,' President Trump said.

It was hardly likely that Trump's executive action was paving the path for new congressional partnerships.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat and senior senator who sits on the Judiciary committee, said the emergency is a 'disturbing abuse of power' that is the very definition of executive overreach.

'I will do everything in my power to ensure this flagrant power grab is not successful and our democracy remains strong for generations to come,' she said.

Democrats broadly panned the president's claims in his speech as fiction and his executive order as a power grab.

New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is leading the charge in the House to stop him. She says she'll introduce a resolution to terminate it.

She charged in a tweet: ' “I didn’t need to do this” is admitting this isn’t an emergency at all. “I didn’t need to do this” means he’s faking a crisis.'

House Judiciary Committee Democrats said late Friday afternoon that they'll open an investigation into Trump's announcement.

Trump continued to claim on Friday that a wall would be 99.9 percent effective at keeping criminals out.

'Take a look at Israel. They're building another wall. Their wall is 99.9 per cent effective, they told me, 99.9 per cent. That is what it would be with us, too,' he said. 'The only weakness is they go to a wall and then they go around the wall ... It's very simple.'

On Friday the president also returned to a claim that human traffickers are tying up women and taping their mouths so they can sneak them over the border in the back of trucks unnoticed.

'You can't take human traffic, women and girls, you can't take them through ports of entry. You can't have them tied up in the back seat of a car or a truck or a van. They open the door, they look. They can't see three women with tape on their mouth or three women whose hands are tied. They go through areas where you have no wall. Everybody knows that,' he claimed. 'Nancy knows it. Chuck knows it. They all know it.'

The president's contention has actually been disputed, and some theorists believe he or someone advising him took the talking point from a fictional film.

'It's all a big lie. It's a big con game,' Trump insisted on Friday. 'You don't have to be very smart to know: You put up a barrier, the people come in and that's it. They can't do anything unless they walk left or right and they find an area where there's no barrier and they come into the United States. Welcome!'

For weeks, the president has been suggesting he would declare an emergency on the border and made it official on Friday morning in a Rose Garden announcement.

Trump pulling power from the National Emergencies Act, which U.S. presidents have used 58 time since its 1976 creation. The United States

The White House confirmed Thursday that the president will sign a bipartisan spending deal to avoid another government shutdown but will declare the national emergency in an effort to procure funds to build a border wall.   

The move announced Thursday drew both statements of relief from lawmakers and a threat from Speaker Nancy Pelosi over the emergency declaration.

Pelosi called it an 'end-run around the will of the people,' speaking to reporters minutes after news of Trump's position broke, while warning it could come back to bite Republicans.

'We will review our options, we'll be prepared to respond appropriately to it,' Pelosi said, asked about Trump's planned emergency declaration.

The House speaker chaffed at the 'precedent' that the Republican president is establishing. Republican lawmakers have also said that a national emergency is not their first preference.

White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney told press during a call that preceded the president's remarks that today's action creates 'zero precedent' and that Democrats would have declared national emergencies for their priorities already if they believed they had the authority to do so.

'There's been some concern in the media about whether this creates a dangerous precedent. It actually creates zero precedent. This is authority given to the president in law already,' Mulvany said. 'It's not as if he just didn't get when he wanted so he's waving a magic wand and taking a bunch of money.'

Invoking the House speaker, he said, 'I saw Nancy Pelosi yesterday aid this sets the precedent for the Democrats to declare a gun emergency the next time they're in the Oval Office. That's completely false.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 February 2019 at 22:18
President Donald Trump announced a national emergency on the border on Friday, a move calculated to allow him to spend $8 billion building his wall

When you put it into perspective, $8 billion isn't much at all. Consider the US Foreign Aid budget. Consider that Trump GIVES more than that to ISRAEL alone every year.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 February 2019 at 22:54
Consider that Trump GIVES more than that to ISRAEL alone every year.

Israel and two other nations received around 5.3 billion in this last spending bill that was just passed. It's a joke. They just passed  Israel to get $38 billion over the next 10 years on top of the over 4 billion we give them yearly. It's out of control. And we can't even get a small portion of wall money for a real wall. That $1.3 or so billion it a crock of sh!t. Only can spend it on 55 miles of slatted fence through non national park land which is a large part of our border. Also before construction they have to receive permission from the mayor or governor of each county or state, I can't remember which. I think it's mayor and most of them are Democrats which will vote no. As for the national emergency $8 billion, that cash will be held up in the courts for years (would be my guess) before they achieve a ruling. Nothing ever moves quick in the U.S. government.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 February 2019 at 02:37
The bloody states of Washington and California are speaking of Suing Trump over declaring it a national emergency.

What’s the point of having a President if he can’t get his decisions sorted out?

Get this wall happening!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 February 2019 at 03:23
The bloody states of Washington and California are speaking of Suing Trump over declaring it a national emergency.

What’s the point of having a President if he can’t get his decisions sorted out?

No doubt in my mind they will sue. I'm sure they had the lawsuits pre-typed and ready to turn in.

There's no use for the type of government the U.S. has, it's totally dysfunctional and corrupt. This is exactly why Creativity's Leadership operates off "The Leadership Principles". (N.E.R. - Book 2; Chapter 7 : The Leadership Principles)

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 March 2019 at 15:40
The flood of the muds just wont stop. The genocide of White Americans will not end until all White blood is either corrupted or destroyed. So for any brother or sister reading this make a choice to stand up and fight. We need help for the survival of the dwindling White Race of the United States, which has dropped in population from around 85% in the early 70's to around 60% in a short 50 years. Not to mention the same troubles occurring in the rest of the world.

Any guest reading this I urge you to become a Creator and a member of The Church of Creativity (https://creativityalliance.com/join). Talk to a Reverend of the Church to see what you can do to start helping your Race today. As for any Creators looking for aid in the Holy War that we're in, reach out and I personally will do what I can to help and I'm positive others in the Creativity Alliance will too. Times are dark but not to the point of no return, Yet. Together we can turn this around and work towards building the Brighter and Whiter World  that we and our children deserve. RAHOWA!!!


February had highest total of undocumented immigrants crossing U.S. border in 12 years

It is also the highest single month total since Trump was elected in November 2016.

March 5, 2019, 1:37 PM CST

By Julia Ainsley

WASHINGTON — The number of undocumented immigrants crossing the southern border last month was the highest total for February in 12 years, according to statistics released by Customs and Border Protection on Tuesday.

In 28 days, and in the same month President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in order to build a border wall, 76,103 immigrants without the needed documentation to enter the U.S. either presented themselves at legal ports of entry or were apprehended by Border Patrol between ports of entry.

It is the highest total for February since 2007, DHS officials said at a press conference Tuesday. It is also the highest single month total since Trump was elected in November 2016. Crossings hit 66,842 in October 2016, just before Trump's election.

Still, February did not set an overall record for border traffic. Before 2008, monthly border crossings were consistently over 100,000, and were higher than 200,000 per month in 2000.

Trump policies causing surge of undocumented border crossings

Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan attributed the rise to human smugglers knowing how to exploit loopholes in the American immigration system.

However, previous spikes in border traffic have often preceded crackdowns, such as the uptick that started just before Trump, who had campaigned on getting tough on immigration, was elected and continued till he was inaugurated. The announcement of a government spending deal to build a border wall on Feb. 15 may have precipitated a similar rush, as numbers had been steadily declining over December and January.

The proportion of immigrants crossing illegally by going between ports of entry, rather than presenting themselves at legal ports of entry, also increased in February, making up 87 percent of all undocumented immigrants stopped by CBP.

NBC News previously reported that more immigrants were growing frustrated with long lines to cross the border at legal entry points.

Children traveling unaccompanied as well as families with children made up 65 percent of the crossings in February, up from 61 in January, which CBP officials told reporters is a result of smugglers knowing that children have an easier chance getting through the U.S. immigration system.

The majority of children and families are turning themselves over to U.S. authorities to claim asylum. McAleenan said there was a 120 percent increase in immigrants claiming asylum between fiscal year 2017 and 2018. And so far in fiscal year 2019, which began Oct. 1, there has been a 90 percent increase compared to the previous year.

Border processing facilities were not equipped for children or medical needs of such a vulnerable population, McAleenan said. CBP will add a center in El Paso, Texas, to process families and children.

But, he said, it is only a temporary solution until Congress changes immigration laws.

"The system is well beyond capacity and remains at the breaking point," McAleenan said

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 March 2019 at 15:03
Leftist 2020 presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke's views on our border issue:

This truly makes me feel even more uneasy about the White future of the U.S.  If he's elected, forget the wall. He has talked about being in favor of removing existing border defenses. O'Rourke is another one of the Democrats running that has been put on a pedestal by the U.S. news channels.


Beto O'Rourke: 'If immigration is a problem, it's the best possible problem'

March 14, 2019

Immigration might be a problem, but it's a good one to have, 2020 Democrat Beto O'Rourke said on Thursday.

O'Rourke in his 2020 announcement video mentioned immigration as one of the issues of his campaign, saying that "all of us, wherever you live, can acknowledge that if immigration is a problem, it's the best possible problem for this country to have." The extremely positive take on the issue diverges somewhat from other Democratic candidates, who have said they would seek "smart border security" and "reject" a border wall, but haven't gone quite so far as to open themselves up to the risk that critics will claim they believe illegal immigration is a good thing.

O'Rourke said the U.S. should "ensure that there are lawful paths to work, to be with family, and to flee persecution."

In the lead-up to his campaign launch, O'Rourke has been somewhat vague about the specifics of his immigration plan; when asked in a Washington Post interview in January what should be done about visa overstays, for example, O'Rourke said, "I don't know," offering one possibility while saying that this is "something that we should be debating." He has, however, made clear that he does not support President Trump's border wall, and he has said he would take down existing barriers in El Paso. Brendan Morrow

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 21 March 2019 at 23:55
No wonder these muds flood our country, when we have race traitor politicians wanting to pass laws like these in their favor. I'm so pissed that they're so openly anti-white and by watching the tv it seems like everyone's fine with it. Even though our social security has been a major problem for decades, according to our government. Always raising taxes and even the age to apply just to keep the program running. Now the Democrats (not just this woman) just want to destroy it by allowing illegal aliens the rights to it. We don't have money for a wall according to the Dems but we can afford to do this and their other ideas that would cripple us financially without any benefits. Especially benefits for the White Race.


Gillibrand: Give Social Security to illegal immigrants

by Joseph Simonson
March 20, 2019 10:05 AM

Democratic presidential candidate Kirstin Gillibrand wants to expand Social Security to people living in the United States illegally.

"First, we need comprehensive immigration reform," the 2020 hopeful and New York senator said during a campaign stop in Davenport, Iowa. "If you are in this country now you must have the right to pay into Social Security, to pay your taxes, to pay into the local school system and to have a pathway to citizenship. That must happen."

Gillibrand's comments are striking given her past as an immigration hawk. In 2009, the New York senator voted to increase funding for ICE and once said she believed English should be the official language of the United States.

Under current U.S. law, only legal immigrants are entitled to Social Security benefits after paying into the program for the requisite amount of time.

According to a 2010 analysis by the Social Security Administration's Office of Retirement and Disability Policy, the program's trust fund is expected to be exhausted by 2037. Social Security either has or is expected to soon begin paying out more in benefits than it earns in revenues

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 March 2019 at 23:22
I don't even know what to say anymore. I wonder how many of this round of muds will weasel their way through the border. So that they can latch on to the U.S. government's teat and milk us taxpayers dry. Unfortunately, with the rhetoric spewed from the race traitors and anti-whites in politics, the immigrants seem to have an open invitation to come on over and make themselves at home. At this rate the caravans will never end and to quote ex-V.P. Joe "jew boy" Biden, "nor should we want it to"



Caravan of Migrants in Mexico Starts Moving Towards U.S.

March 24, 2019

MEXICO CITY (REUTERS) - A caravan of some 1,200 migrants from Central America and Cuba began moving towards the U.S. border from southern Mexico this weekend, migration authorities said on Sunday.

The National Migration Institute said the migrants were already inside Mexico when they opted to form a caravan in the southern city of Tapachula on the border with Guatemala.

Early on Saturday, the large group of people set off towards the town of Huixtla in the southern state of Chiapas, a route followed by previous groups heading north, the institute said.

Caravans of migrants bound for the United States have sparked friction with U.S. President Donald Trump, who has accused Mexico of failing to contain illegal immigration and wants a border wall built to stop people crossing.

The new government of leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has pledged to curb the migrant flows by better regulating the movement of people, and by offering job opportunities and better pay for those willing to stay.

The migration institute said the roughly 1,200 migrants were from Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Cuba.

(Writing by Dave Graham; Editing by Sandra Maler)
Copyright 2019 Thomson Reuters.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 25 March 2019 at 00:39
At this rate the caravans will never end and to quote ex-V.P. Joe "race traitor" Biden, "nor should we want it to"

Biden is not White. Biden is Jewish and doing to America exactly what his race demands of him; destroying America utterly from the inside. With the eventual goal turning America into the multi-racial, industrial proto-slave state of the global future.

Remaining White Americans are merely cannon fodder, but otherwise no use to the Jew World Order. Hence former soldiers are hounded by police and government at the order of the Jewish Supremacist ADL and SPLC.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 25 March 2019 at 12:27
Biden is not White. Biden is Jewish and doing to America exactly what his race demands of him

Thanks for bringing that to my attention Brother. The propaganda media always portrays him as an old White Guy. I didn't do my own research on him, I just took him as a race traitor. This does explain a lot of his comments and policies though.
Two things even more confirmed, one the jew loves to pass off as a White to infiltrate and two never believe anything the propaganda media reports.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 31 March 2019 at 03:26

The US has cut aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras after President Donald Trump blasted the Central American countries for sending migrants to the US and threatened to shut the border with Mexico.
A surge of asylum seekers from the three countries have sought to enter the US across the southern border in recent days. On Friday, Trump accused the nations of having "set up" migrant caravans and sent them north.
Trump said there was a "very good likelihood" he would close the border this week if Mexico did not stop immigrants from reaching the US. Frequent crossers of the border, including workers and students, worried about the disruption to their lives the president's threatened shutdown could cause.

Cut their money! watch Sorros pay them anyway, the Jew c*nt
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 31 March 2019 at 03:51
I hope Trump follows through with his threats to shut the border. It would be a step in the right direction. As of now the muds are definitely achieving their plan to overwhelm the court system, so they can be released into the U.S.


Brownsville, Texas, dealing with increasing number of migrants released from overcrowded border processing center

By Steve Almasy, CNN
Updated 6:20 PM EDT, Sat March 30, 2019

(CNN)The number of undocumented immigrants being released by federal authorities in Brownsville, Texas, has been growing dramatically.

With the Customs and Border Protection facility there well over capacity, the city is preparing to handle thousands of migrants moving through the area before starting the trek to other destinations.

Brownsville City Manager Noel Bernal said Saturday that initially only around 50 people were being dropped off per day. It has averaged around 300 in the past few days with more expected to be released in coming days.

Texas shelters along the southern border scramble to house migrants

Customs and Border Protection has been saying for months that "the immigration system is broken and that they are at critical capacity levels across the southwest border. CBP's facilities and manpower cannot support this dramatic increase in apprehensions of family units and unaccompanied children."

About 1,000 undocumented immigrants are being apprehended each day in the Rio Grande Valley sector, a customs spokesperson said. CNN has reached out to the agency to get comment on how many people will be released in coming days.

The Border Protection facility in Brownsville, according to a tweet from the agency, is at 174% capacity with 5,355 people in custody.

Immigration lawyers struggle to navigate return-to-Mexico policy

So far, Brownsville hasn't had any migrants stay more than one night, Bernal said.

"Our focus has been not to become a permanent stop but just to be a temporary stop where we are a conduit to facilitate their journey," Bernal said.

CBP has released undocumented immigrants into the area before, under the Obama administration, but the situation was more coordinated then, he said.

"It's a different administration and it's a different environment," Bernal said.

In the past, Border Protection has given released migrants a ticket to a new town.

But Bernal said city staff and non-profits are doing more hands-on work to provide cell phones to the migrants, help them contact families and purchase tickets to travel to relatives.

State Department says US cutting off aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras

Texas shelters along the border have scrambled to house migrants. Last week, the Border Patrol in the Rio Grande Valley began releasing people directly from its custody with a notice to appear in court -- something that had not been done since 1998, according to a Department of Homeland Security official.

The agency is prioritizing female-head-of-household families for release. Unaccompanied children are also a priority, but they are transferred to custody of Health and Human Services.

"DHS is committed to addressing this humanitarian need, but the current situation is unsustainable for Border Patrol operations," the Border Protection statement said. "This status quo is not an option. The legal framework must be addressed. The only remedy to this crisis is congressional action."

President Donald Trump weighed in on Twitter on Saturday, blaming Democrats and saying the fix would take an hour and a vote.

"But the Dems don't care about the crime, they don't want any victory for Trump and the Republicans, even if good for USA!" he wrote.

He added another tweet saying Mexico must stop people trying to go through the country and into the United States.

"Our detention areas are maxed out & we will take no more illegals. Next step is to close the Border! This will also help us with stopping the Drug flow from Mexico!" he said, following up on his statement Friday in which he said he would take action next week.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 31 March 2019 at 05:41
The anti-White American remove-all-borders theme is well embedded in Hollywood

Born in East LA - 1987 (Cheech & Chong's Mexican Fantasy)


Torrent Download: https://yts.am/movie/born-in-east-l-a-1987

They even made a music video for MTV
Note the tribute towards the end to Sumner Red-Sea-Pedestrian Redstone ...

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Post by: Private on 01 April 2019 at 08:25

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 April 2019 at 05:57
The headline isn't as important as what's mentioned in the article. According to this article, "the Mexican Interior Secretary Olga Sanchez Cordero said earlier in the week that a caravan of migrants from Central America could be forming with more than 20,000 people". Now, 20,000 muds plus the thousands that have already advanced in the recent months , I feel like it's time to recognize this as the invasion that it is.


Caravan of 40 Salvadoran Migrants Sets Out for US BorderA group of about 40 migrants left Saturday for the U.S. from the capital of El Salvador.

March 30, 2019

Central American migrants, part of the caravan hoping to reach the U.S. border, move on a road in Tapachula, Chiapas State, Mexico, Thursday, March 28, 2019. A caravan of about 2,500 Central Americans and Cubans is currently making its way through Mexico's southern state of Chiapas. (AP Photo/Isabel Mateos) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — The "mother of all caravans" expected to depart from Central America has begun by looking more like the baby of all caravans, after a group of about 40 migrants left Saturday for the U.S. from the capital of El Salvador.

It was not immediately clear whether they planned to meet with other migrants from Guatemala and Honduras, but the Honduran government denied there was another caravan forming in its country.

In a statement Friday, Honduran Foreign Minister Maria Dolores Aguero suggested that such assertions could actually spur aspiring migrants to come together in larger groups.

"I respectfully suggest that information of this kind be shared with the government of Honduras prior to making public statements that, as we have seen, ultimately become triggers for action by organizations that activate and lead these forms of migratory mobilization," Aguero said.

Mexican Interior Secretary Olga Sanchez Cordero said earlier in the week that a caravan of migrants from Central America could be forming with more than 20,000 people, and she pledged to form a "containment" line around Mexico's narrow Tehuantepec Isthmus to stop migrants from continuing north.

But fears over a larger caravan and the promised Mexican deployment of federal police have only appeared to heighten tensions.

The U.S. state department said this week it was cutting aid to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala and President Donald Trump accused their leaders of doing "nothing" to prevent mass migration to the United States.

Trump also said he is likely to shut down America's southern border next week unless Mexican authorities immediately halt all illegal immigration, adding that it would be "so easy" to stop migrants passing through the country in an attempt to enter the U.S.

A border shutdown would be a major blow for both Mexico and the U.S.

The U.S. and Mexico trade about $1.7 billion in goods daily and closing the border would be "an unmitigated economic debacle" that would threaten 5 million American jobs, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Mexico itself appears to be both tiring of the caravans and eager not to anger the United States.

It has stopped granting migrants humanitarian visas at the border, and towns along the well-traveled route to Mexico City sometimes no longer allow caravans to spend the night. Fewer private citizens are offering food and rides to the weary travelers.

Vicki Gass, senior policy adviser for Central America and Mexico at the Oxfam charity, said in a statement Saturday that suspending payments to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras would exacerbate the problem.

"Cutting foreign aid to Central America is the absolute last thing the Trump administration should do right now. Not only is it morally wrong, it also counters efforts to address the root causes behind migration," she said.

Amy Guthrie contributed to this story from Mexico City; Freddy Cuevas contributed from Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 April 2019 at 10:34
It’s an invasion for sure! They “locust plague” your welfare, jobs, cause US kids to be disrupted and displaced in schools!

I have heard US gun activists start saying how important Firearms are to defend your country. Well the US has the best and most technologically advanced Army to stop an invading force. Seems they are just a temporary road block for now.

Then there are films like “Red Dawn”. Where guerilla groups take down Russians invading the US.


I can see things getting out of hand like the LA riots and people shooting these Latinos ! Then I guess they have a mass of Latino brothers assisting their safe passage too and they’d start fighting whites with guns!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 April 2019 at 01:36
I guess the plan for our illegal alien problem by those ignorant muds and race traitors is to just make no more illegal aliens. Basically open borders without saying open borders, sounds like a real safe future for my family and my Race.



6:10 PM 04/03/2019 | POLITICS
Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator

California’s top law enforcement officer has joined the growing ranks of Democrats who wish to decriminalize illegal immigration into the U.S.

“They are not criminals,” Xavier Becerra, the attorney general of California, said to HuffPost about immigrants who attempt to enter the country without authorization. “They haven’t committed a crime against someone, and they are not acting violently or in a way that’s harmful to people. And I would argue they are not harming people indirectly either.”

Becerra, according to his HuffPost interview, acknowledges that migrants who attempt to enter the country illegally are breaking civil laws, and he argues they should not go completely unpunished. However, he contends that charging them with immigration violations while also placing them into the deportation process unfairly brands them as criminals.

“If you call them criminals, it’s a lot easier to get people to turn against them than if you call them undocumented immigrants,” the first-term attorney general stated.

Becerra, a Democrat, is not alone in his calls to reform how U.S. law enforcement handles illegal immigrants. Julian Castro, a former Obama administration official and a 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, says he wants to decriminalize the act of unauthorized entry into the U.S., leaving only a civil penalty. Fellow Democratic presidential contender Beto O’Rourke has expressed similar sentiments, along with other Texas Democratic lawmakers.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 April 2019 at 04:16
If 20,000 Jap refugees had landed in South America in 1942 and marched up through Mexico to cross the border into the US, would the US Army have shot them? Would they have been locked up in the concentration camps? Or would they have been allowed to go free?

Reagan gave the Japs in the American concentration camps 40 grand each as compensation for their forced holiday. The Germans and Italians got nothing. If locking Japs in concentration camps in the 40's was so wrong - as admitted by Reagan - the question is, would this current batch of political traitors have demanded that those 20 thousand Jap refugees be allowed into the community and handed millions in immediate welfare and housing? Would those same traitors claim the Germans and Italians HAVE to be confined in concentration camps because Nazis and Fascists must die?

Treat it as a word and thought exercise. Ask any libtard and watch them seize on the Nazi and Fascist aspect, only to rant and rave about White Supremacy.

Q: Why was Japan nuked at the end of the war?
A: Because the Japs deserved it and to scare the Russians.
You thought nuking the Japs was needed? No. The Japs had already attempted to surrender. LOL.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 April 2019 at 09:17
Why can’t I just be allowed to walk into the US and start working? It’s a lengthy immigration process for me to do that!

Is it “We the people”?!
Or is it ”We the Latinos”
Or is it “We the corporations”?

This is the most ludicrous news I have heard all day!

Who fills the hospitals? The schools? Clogs up infrastructure? Rapes, jobs or welfare?

Is the US a “free for all”?! I hope Trump bashes Cali up!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 April 2019 at 12:45
Throughout history,  when a horde of people waving their flag marched towards a country's border nothing good happened from it. This was normally a sign of aggression, and a war occurred. Present day, it's just a group of good people looking for a better life. A natural migration, according to the J.O.G. and M.S.M.  I'm not sure when these views changed but I do know that the White Race had better start recognizing this as the invasions that they are.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 April 2019 at 13:19
Exactly how I was thinking, brother. TWENTY THOUSAND forcibly crossing your border ... that's an invasion. Never-mind the evasion from the traitors.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 April 2019 at 13:38
This is the numbers for the muds that were caught in March 2019. I'm sure the number of the border jumpers that didn't get caught and now latched onto the government teat would make me sick. And I don't even want to get started on the hundreds of muds being released daily into the interior of the U.S. to await a court date for fake amnesty claims (that they rearly show up for).


Illegal border crossing arrests surged in March, administration says  

A National Guard unit in 2007 patrols at the U.S. border with Mexico in Sasabe, Ariz. (Ross D. Franklin / Associated Press)

Arrests of people illegally crossing into the U.S. from Mexico surged in March, the administration announced Thursday, the day after President Trump asked governors to station National Guard troops along the border.

The Border Patrol arrested 37,393 people in March, a 37% increase from February and more than double the number from March of last year, according to statistics released Thursday by the Department of Homeland Security.

The numbers remain quite low by historical standards, however, tracking closely with figures from recent years in which the number of people apprehended crossing the border rose sharply in the spring. Overall, illegal border crossings in recent years have been at the lowest level since the early 1970s.

The numbers from this year remain well below the big surge that took place in 2014, when more than 50,000 people were detained in March.

Nonetheless, administration officials insisted that the sharp increase from the previous month was cause for concern.

“The crisis at our southwest border is real,” said Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, once again repeating the administration’s pitch to change immigration laws, fund Trump’s border wall and “gain operational control of the border.”

“As the President has repeatedly said, all options are on the table,” she said in her statement.

In recent years, most immigrants illegally crossing the border with Mexico have come from violence-racked Central American countries. They include many families and children who surrender themselves at the border and are, by law, released from detention while they pursue asylum claims. One senior administration official said this week that smugglers are using those laws to encourage people to come to the U.S.

“We can’t have our hands tied on who is detained and why we are detaining them,” the official said in a call with reporters. “If their only deterrence is to sit in a family detention center for a few weeks… why would they stop coming?”

Last month, border agents detained 8,882 people in families and 4,171 unaccompanied minors – much higher than the level from March 2017, when families and children together accounted for 2,167 apprehensions. Overall, the increase from the previous month was the greatest since 2011.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 12 April 2019 at 00:54
Another wave of the mud invasion starts. We'll see what number this one swells to along its path to the U.S. border.

Check out the video in the article. It shows how great our border defenses are


Hundreds in migrant caravan leave Honduras, beginning journey to U.S. southern border

Updated 3:18 p.m. CDT Apr. 10, 2019

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras – Hundreds of Honduran migrants, many carrying young children, set out in a caravan for that country's border with Guatemala on Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States.

Some of those who gathered at the San Pedro Sula bus station said they can't support their families with what they can earn in Honduras and are seeking better opportunities.

Most boarded buses before dawn that would carry them to towns on the Guatemalan border. Others walked through the rain, some pushing strollers or carrying sleeping children in their arms.

Guatemalan immigration authorities said that their Honduran counterparts informed them that about 1,100 migrants were headed for their common border, mostly aboard buses to two crossing points. They said some were already crossing into Guatemala.

Migrants walk along a highway as a new caravan of several hundred people sets off in hopes of reaching the distant United States, in San … Show more

 Nohemy Reyes, who waited at the bus station with one of her five children sleeping on floor beside her, said her country's economic straits are driving her north.

"The economic situation is very difficult," she said. But if she finds the U.S. border closed, she said, she will return to Honduras.

U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to close the U.S.-Mexico border before changing course and threatening tariffs on automobiles produced in Mexico if that country does not stop the flow of Central American migrants.

U.S. border facilities have been overwhelmed by the number of migrant families. U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced this week that 53,000 parents and children were apprehended at the southern border in March.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned this week and was replaced by U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan in an acting capacity.

Trump on Tuesday said he isn't planning on reinstating his controversial family separation policy. Last summer, more than 2,500 children were separated from their families before a judge ordered them reunited.

The caravans became a popular way of making the trek because the migrants find safety in numbers and save money by not hiring smugglers.

Migrants walk along a highway as a new caravan of several hundred people sets off in hopes of reaching the distant United States, in San … Show more

In late March, Mexico's interior secretary Olga Sánchez Cordero warned that the "mother of all caravans" was forming. It was not clear where her estimate of 20,000 migrants in the potential caravan came from, but she announced it after meeting with Nielsen in Miami.

That did not materialize, but Central American officials criticized the announcement, saying it could inspire migrants to merge into another caravan.

In March, the Trump administration notified Congress that it would seek to suspend direct aid payments to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, because they were not working. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended that decision in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday, arguing that hundreds of millions of dollars had been ineffective.

Miguel Angel Reyes of San Juan Pueblo, Honduras, said his country's violent crime was one factor in his decision to leave, but mostly he was looking for a way to provide for his wife and four children.

"I'm going because the situation is really hard here in Honduras," said the field worker. "We can't take it anymore. There's a lot of suffering, no work."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 April 2019 at 13:13
According to this article, it sounds like they forgot there natural migration talking point. This definitely sounds like an organized invasion of the U.S. Also with a caravan planned to form at the end of this month (April), it looks like our border won't be safe anytime soon.


How does a Central American migrant caravan form?

By Associated Press
April 19, 2019 | 5:03pm

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — “When does the next caravan leave?” ″Can I go? I’m from Guatemala.” ″What papers do I need for my kids?”

The questions pile up on the phones of hundreds of Central Americans, all with the same goal: Get as many details as possible before leaving their country.

Costly phone calls with relatives and friends in the United States to work out the route or find the best smuggler are a thing of the past for many Central Americans. Now would-be migrants create chat groups and organize using social media to leave in caravans.

“The social networks have had an empowering role in this new way of migrating,” said Abbdel Camargo, an anthropologist at the College of the Southern Border in Mexico.

“They organize themselves en masse in their home countries, formed by entire families, and the networks serve them as a mechanism for safety and communication throughout the journey.”

The roots of the migrant caravan phenomenon began years ago when activists organized processions — often with a religious theme — during Holy Week to dramatize the hardships and needs of migrants. A minority of those involved wound up traveling all the way to the US border.

That changed last year: On Oct. 13, hundreds of people walked out of Honduras and as the days passed and they crossed Guatemala, the group grew to more than 7,000 migrants. US President Donald Trump seized on the new phenomenon to ramp up his anti-immigrant policies.

Since then, and parallel to the usual clandestine migrant flow north, smaller caravans have continued to leave the so-called Northern Triangle of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.

And increasingly they’re organized over Facebook and WhatsApp as they try to join together in large groups they hope will make the trip safer, and without having to hide from authorities.

The most recent caravan left the bus station in San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras on April 10, and journalists from The Associated Press have been following various online migrant chats since late March.

“Anyone know anything about the caravan leaving on the 10th? They say the mother of all caravans is going,” one message said.

Migrants charge their cell phones as a caravan of Central Americans trying to reach the US border halts for a rest day.AP

Élmer Alberto Cardona, a 27-year-old shopkeeper from Honduras, saw an announcement on Facebook just days after being deported from the US to San Pedro Sula and said he didn’t think twice: He collected his three children, ages 3, 6 and 9, and headed north again on April 10.

He and his wife had left with the first caravan in October and made it to Tijuana, across the border from California. They obtained Mexican humanitarian visas that allowed them to temporarily live and work locally, but decided to cross the border and turn themselves over to US border agents to request asylum.

It didn’t go well and they were detained in facilities in different states. He was deported first and his wife was still locked up when he started the journey again, this time with his children.

“I think it will go better this time; it looks like a lot of people are getting together,” he said by phone near the Honduras-Guatemala border.

It’s not clear who is launching the chats. The AP called the number of the person who created one of the WhatsApp chats. The woman who answered said her husband had lived in the US for eight years, was deported and now wanted to return.

After a few minutes, a male voice was heard and then she suddenly hung up and no one answered again.

In that group, members give bits of advice: Everyone should bring their passports and those thinking of traveling with children or coming from far away should arrive a day before the caravan leaves.

“To take a child you just need a passport and permission if the mother isn’t going.” ″Take a photo with the mother and the baby.”

Some chats appear to be created for a set departure date. Others remain active from earlier caravans or with an eye toward future ones. They usually have various administrators who give advice from points on the route. WhatsApp group members’ phone numbers are from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and even the United States. Friends and relatives share invitations.

People aren’t afraid to ask delicate questions in the chats: “Group, in Mexico can you find someone to take you to the other side?”

And suspicions come out: “Don’t trust.” ″Remember that in Mexico there are a lot of kidnappings.” ″There are no coordinators, that’s what people have to say so there aren’t problems.”

The messages also explore ways to seek protection against the robberies, extortion, kidnappings that have long plagued those crossing Mexico. Some express fear that the gangs have tried to infiltrate: “This dude works with the Zetas, a friend of mine from Olancho told me he knows him and that he’s still with them,” said someone who shared a photo of the alleged criminal.

Attention to the recent caravans soared in late March, when Mexican Interior Secretary, Olga Sánchez Cordero met with then-Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, and without giving details, said that “the mother of all caravans” was forming with more than 20,000 people.

Shortly thereafter, Trump threatened again to close the border with Mexico and suspend aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

Mexico warns 'mother of all caravans' headed toward US

While some in the group that left San Pedro Sula referred to it as “the mother of all caravans,” it had fewer than 3,000 people when it arrived at the Mexican border.

The caravans often grow when they reach Mexico because other migrants who are already waiting in the border area tend to join.

As of mid-April, there were more than 8,000 migrants, including those who left San Pedro Sula on April 10, at various places in the southern state of Chiapas, according to Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission.

For those hoping to join, the chats provide information in real time about where to meet up — “Caravan where are you going?” ″We’re waiting for you here” — and also about roadblocks, places in Mexico where visas are being processed or sites where there’s been a problem.

Members also upload photos and videos to let their families know where they are and how they’re doing.

And though the April 10 caravan is still in southern Mexico, people in some groups are about forming others: “Another is leaving April 30, Salvadoran friends.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 April 2019 at 00:21
The government won't protect us and now we're terrorists if we choose to protect ourselves from the invasion of muds. The anti-White agenda won't be happy until the U.S. has open borders and the Whites have turned brown. Unfortunately, we aren't the only White country being destroyed by the anti-White agenda either. This is why it's so important to abandon nationalism. This war that we're in is a worldwide fight for our survival and Creativity is the only religion that can unite us. I truly urge anyone reading this to join the Church of Creativity and aid in the war. BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! https://creativityalliance.com/join


The U.S.-Mexico border isn't protected by militias, it's patrolled by domestic terrorists.

April 22, 2019, 1:35 PM CDT
By Raul A. Reyes

It speaks volumes about today’s political climate that anti-immigrant domestic terrorists have begun calling themselves border militias, holding unarmed people at gunpoint and feeling so emboldened that they post videos of their activities on social media, including Facebook and YouTube.

Luckily, the hubris of at least one group didn't impress law enforcement: On Saturday, the New Mexico attorney general’s office announced that Larry Hopkins, the leader of the United Constitutional Patriots (which had been detaining migrants at gunpoint near the U.S.-Mexico border) had been arrested by the FBI and charged with felony possession of firearms and ammunition

The efforts of groups like the UCP are disturbing on every level and raise serious legal, humanitarian and public safety concerns.

So-called "militia" groups have long been active along the southern border: In the 1970s, for instance, the Ku Klux Klan announced that it was creating its own border patrol to combat illegal immigration. In the 2000s, the Minutemen patrolled theborder in Arizona. In 2009, Brisenia Flores was shot and killed in her own home in Arizona by members of a border vigilantegroup called Minuteman American Defense; she was just nine years-old and an American citizen.

Last year, Newsweek obtained leaked Department of Defense documents warning of the threat of armed, unregulated militia groups operating in between ports of entry along the border. The Department estimated that there were about 200 members of militia groups along the southwest border. And, the rise in anti-immigrant rhetoric and calls to build a wall to stem a supposed "invasion" has indeed been accompanied by a rise in militia activity.

It is ironic that a group with “constitutional” in their name is so unaware — or defiant — of the law and the constitution. Only trained law enforcement officials, like the Border Patrol and ICE, have the authority to detain migrants. But last week, Hopkins' group posted videos purporting to show their members identifying themselves as "Border Patrol" and holding immigrants at gunpoint. One member told Reuters that they had "helped" Border Patrol detain 5,600 migrants in the last two months.

By improperly holding people against their will, whether those people legally crossed the border or not, members of the United Constitutional Patriots have opened themselves to charges of assault, false imprisonment, kidnapping and impersonating law enforcement officers. (Hopkins, notably, was previously arrested in 2006 for impersonating law enforcement and illegal possession of a firearm and thus is presumably well aware his actions were not legal.) The UCP members are also likelytrespassing on privately-held or federal land.

More importantly, it is perfectly legal under U.S. law for people to cross the border without papers and apply for asylum and other forms of humanitarian relief. So if anyone is “illegal” in a confrontation with Hopkins' followers, it is the United Constitutional Patriots.

A spokesman for the United Constitutional Patriots told the New York Times, “We’re just here to support the Border Patrol and show the public the reality of the border.” But the Border Patrol doesn’t want their help: On April 19, U.S. Customs and Border Protection tweeted that “CBP does not endorse or condone private citizens or organizations that take enforcement matters into their own hands.” And last month, then-Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said his agency didn’t need the assistance of “civil society groups” to police the border. (McAleenan is now acting Homeland Security Secretary.)

Such groups, then, deserve to be called what they are: Domestic terrorists. They are wannabe- immigration agents who dress up in fatigues and harass migrants with dogs and weapons. They could be considered pathetic if their actions did not hold so much deadly potential.

They are right about only one thing: There is a crisis at our southern border, but it is is a humanitarian crisis created by the Trump administration's failure to come up with an effective plan to process asylum-seekers. There would be far fewer asylum seekers for groups like Hopkins' to harass in the desert if the administration complied with the law about processing them at border checkpoints.

Meanwhile, the current occupant of the White House traffics in the ugliest stereotypes about Latinos and immigrants, using words like “invasion” and “infestation” to describe the border situation he has created. From stoking fears about migrant caravans to declaring a questionable “national emergency,” Trump has sent a clear message that he believes immigrants are a threat to the country and that the border is out of control. His rhetoric encourages groups like the United Constitutional Patriots to trample on the legal and human rights of immigrants.

But armed vigilante activities are unlawful, whether they occur in the border region or any other community. Militia groups like the United Constitutional Patriots only make the border more dangerous — and there is nothing patriotic about making America hate again.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 April 2019 at 00:31
The government won't protect us and now we're terrorists if we choose to protect ourselves from the invasion of muds. The anti-White agenda won't be happy until the U.S. has open borders and the Whites have turned brown. Unfortunately, we aren't the only White country being destroyed by the anti-White agenda either. This is why it's so important to abandon nationalism. This war that we're in is a worldwide fight for our survival and Creativity is the only religion that can unite us. I truly urge anyone reading this to join the Church of Creativity and aid in the war. BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! https://creativityalliance.com/join

A Like for your comment, brother.

It speaks volumes about today’s political climate that anti-immigrant domestic terrorists have begun calling themselves border militias, holding unarmed people at gunpoint and feeling so emboldened that they post videos of their activities on social media, including Facebook and YouTube.

Luckily, the hubris of at least one group didn't impress law enforcement: On Saturday, the New Mexico attorney general’s office announced that Larry Hopkins, the leader of the United Constitutional Patriots (which had been detaining migrants at gunpoint near the U.S.-Mexico border) had been arrested by the FBI and charged with felony possession of firearms and ammunition

White Patriots are not terrorists. The real terrorists are the Mainstream Media and Mainstream Political Parties. The Fifth Column is now in charge.


Quote from: Private
Fifth Column

A fifth column is any group of people who undermine a larger group from within, usually in favour of an enemy group or nation. The activities of a fifth column can be overt or clandestine. Forces gathered in secret can mobilize openly to assist an external attack

Definition: Columnist
n.   A writer of a column in a publication, such as a newspaper.

Definition: Fifth Columnist
n.   A writer of a column in a mainstream publication, such as a newspaper.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 April 2019 at 10:05
They are right about only one thing: There is a crisis at our southern border, but it is is a humanitarian crisis created by the Trump administration's failure to come up with an effective plan to process asylum-seekers. There would be far fewer asylum seekers for groups like Hopkins' to harass in the desert if the administration complied with the law about processing them at border checkpoints.

This comment is dumb! There is a crisis because of :-bloody, Jew Sorros funding the Caravans, lack of co- operation from States in the union and liberal MP’s in fabrication of the wall, American big business wilfully breaking the law by hiring illegals and stupid, bloody, Canada ( Perhaps the most sickeningly liberal nation out there?!) granting asylum for muds in the US wanting to get away from Trump!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 27 April 2019 at 02:12
Mud lovers like this judge are why the illegal aliens think it's alright to invade our Country. One of the things that pissed me off the most about this article was that the mud had been deported at least twice and the immigration judge that presided over his case still released him into our Country. Total bullsh!t


Massachusetts judge who helped illegal immigrant escape ICE arrest indicted, federal authorities say

A Massachusetts judge and court officer accused of helping an illegal immigrant flee an Immigration and Customs Enforcementagent waiting to take him into custody were indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury for obstruction of justice and three other counts, officials said.

Newton District Court Judge Shelley M. Richmond Joseph and the court officer, identified in court documents as Wesley MacGregor, face several charges stemming from an April 2, 2018 incident in which the pair allegedly helped Jose Medina-Perez get out of the courthouse via a back door in order to elude the ICE agent who sought Medina-Perez.

District Court Judge Shelley M. Richmond Joseph faces obstruction of justice charges for allegedly helping a man in the country illegally evade immigration officials as he left her Newton, Mass., courthouse after a hearing in 2018. (AP)

Joseph and MacGregor were both charged with obstruction of justice, aiding and abetting; obstruction of a federal proceeding, aiding and abetting and conspiracy to obstruct justice, Lelling said. MacGregor was also charged with perjury before a federal grand jury.

Joseph, who has been suspended without pay, and MacGregor appeared in court Thursday and pleaded not guilty to all counts.  No date has been set for their next court appearance.

Medina-Perez, a twice-deported illegal immigrant with a fugitive warrant for drunken driving in Pennsylvania, had been in Joseph's courtroom in order to be arraigned on drug charges, the Boston Globe previously reported.

Medina-Perez was the subject of an ICE detainer -- a written request to hold an individual wanted for deportation for up to 48 hours -- and an ICE agent was waiting in the lobby of the courthouse to detain Medina-Perez after the arraignment, officials said. But during the hearing, Joseph asked Medina-Perez’s attorney “ICE is going to get him?,” according to courtroom recordings obtained by the Boston Globe in December and released in court documents Thursday.

Medina-Perez's lawyer was also heard telling Joseph “ICE will pick him up if he walks out the front door. But I think the best thing for us to do is clear the fugitive issue and release him on a personal, and hope that he can avoid ICE...That's the best I can do.”

“What if we detain him?" the judge asked before requesting the clerk to turn off the courtroom’s audio recorder, leaving nearly a minute unrecorded.

Andrew Lelling, U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, announced charges against Newton, Mass., District Court Judge Shelley M. Richmond Joseph and a former court officer on obstruction of justice for allegedly helping a man in the country illegally evade immigration officials as he left the courthouse after a hearing. (AP)

Minutes later, Medina-Perez's attorney said his client "has some property downstairs" and needed to speak to an interpreter, which Joseph allowed.

MacGregor then used his security access card to escort Medina-Perez out of the courthouse without being seen by the ICE agent, officials said.

"With the recorder off, defendant Joseph and the Defense Attorney discussed devising a way to have A.S. [Medina-Perez] avoid being arrested by the ICE officer," court documents stated.

The ICE agent continued to wait in the lobby not knowing the illegal immigrant already left the building, Lelling said, adding Joseph lied about the incident to her superiors when asked about it.

Peter Fitzhugh, special agent in charge of the Homeland Security Investigations in Boston, who led the investigation.(Fox News)

"The people of this country deserve nothing less than to know that their appointed and elected representatives are working on their behalf, while adhering to and enforcing the rule of law, not a personal agenda," Fitzhugh said. "The special agents of Homeland Security Investigations remain committed to upholding our promise to the public, without compromise.”

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said in a statement the indictment "is a radical and politically-motivated attack on our state and the independence of our courts."

"It is a bedrock principle of our constitutional system that federal prosecutors should not recklessly interfere with the operation of state courts and their administration of justice," she continued. "This matter could have been appropriately handled by the Commission on Judicial Conduct and the Trial Court. I am deeply disappointed by U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling’s misuse of prosecutorial resources and the chilling effect his actions will have.”

Joseph was appointed Newton District judge by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker in 2017 after several years serving as a criminal defense attorney and a prosecutor, the Boston Globe reported.

After reports of Joseph’s alleged intervention emerged in December, Baker told reporters he believed Joseph should be benched while the incident was investigated.

"I don't believe she should be hearing criminal cases until that federal case is resolved," Baker said about Joseph. "Look, judges are not supposed to be in the business of obstructing justice. And as far as I can tell, based on the facts as they were presented, she clearly violated the court's own policies with respect to the way they're supposed to handle continuance and involve federal immigration enforcement."

Medina-Perez’s freedom was short-lived. He was arrested a month later after the court hearing and again let go, this time by an immigration judge who freed him on bond, the Boston Globe reported. That case is currently pending, officials said. The 38-year-old native of the Dominican Republic had been previously deported in January 2003 and June 2007, ICE said. His real name is Oscar Manuel Peguero, although he goes by several aliases.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 April 2019 at 14:14
The propaganda media showed a couple of articles trying to spin Mexico's involvement in stopping our mud invasion. I knew that didn't sound right and here's the proof.

Never believe muds will ever do anything to truly help the Whites.


Hundreds of migrants board 'the Beast' train in Mexico in risky move to get closer to US border

By Lukas Mikelionis | Fox News

Around 1,300 migrants escape immigration detention center on Mexico's southern border

Mexico's current solution to the continuing stream of caravans from Central America has been to try and keep the migrants detained in the southern state of Chiapas; Griff Jenkins reports.

Hundreds of migrants boarded a train known as the “The Beast” in southern Mexico on Thursday, in a risky move aimed at transporting them to the U.S. border quicker.

The decision to board the train en masse comes after a breakout of migrants from a troubled immigration detention center in the southern border city of Tapachula on Thursday night.

Mexico’s National Immigration Institute said the mass escape, which appears to be the largest in recent memory, involved around 1,300 Cuban migrants. Around 700 of them have since returned voluntarily, but hundreds remain on the run.


Migration authorities said nearly 400 migrants boarded the train, Reuters reported, with images showing men, women and children of various nationalities, most of them on the roofs of carriages.

“We hope our God above will keep helping us. We had to keep moving forward,” Michael Hernandez, a Honduran, told Reuters after disembarking from the train together with a large group of others migrants after reaching the town of Ixtepec. “They won’t let us walk, so we climbed on the train. It’s our only option.”

Central American migrants hold Honduras' national flag, while moving in a caravan through Juchitan, Oaxaca atop a train known as "The Beast" towards the United States, in Mexico April 26, 2019. (REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes)

“They won’t let us walk, so we climbed on the train. It’s our only option.”

— Honduran migrant Michael Hernandez

President Trump has been pressuring Mexico to do more about the migrants passing through their country into the U.S. – even threatening to close down the border if President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador doesn’t stop illegal migrants from coming to the U.S. border.

Mexico has largely been responsive to the pressure, stepping up the efforts to detain the migrants and deport them back home.


But such crackdown also led to migrants using the train, which runs from the southern border state of Chiapas into neighboring Oaxaca and north into Gulf coast state Veracruz, as this way dozens of police and immigration checkpoints along the Mexican highways can be avoided even the journey on a train is significantly more dangerous.

Central American migrants hang on, as they ride a train known as "The Beast", continuing their journey towards the United States, in Ixtepec, Mexico April 26, 2019.(REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes)

The train has been used by migrants in the past, but it became ignored in recent years because of the dangers of the journey, including death or lost limbs.

“They're riding the train again, that's a fact," said the Rev. Alejandro Solalinde, a migrant rights activist,  who works to provide temporary shelter for migrants.

“It's going to go back to the way it was, the (Mexican) government doesn't want them to be seen. If the migrants move quietly like a stream of little ants, they'll allow them to, but they are not going to allow them to move through Mexico publicly or massively,” he added.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 April 2019 at 14:59
The race traitor judge (I assume ex-judge by now but in this clown world who knows) that released the illegal alien so that ICE could not Deport, is now receiving financial support from the race traitors and mud races. Even though the GoFundMe of the militias at the border trying their best to stop the mud invasion was shut down due to criminal activities.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 April 2019 at 20:05
I was listening to the radio here yesterday. Apparently there are Central Americans claiming Asylum on the grounds that they are Trans gender and are persecuted in central  America?

There was some “Judge Nuñez” of NY state who heard a case where a Honduran wierdo said a gang took over her complex forced her to pay rent and raped her for being trans .

It came to the US for asylum. The judge said it was bogus and the claim wasn’t bonafide. All these lawyers hated this Judge and got togeather to complain about this person.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 April 2019 at 23:24
The King of the pedophiles has giving aid to the muds at our door step (border). This should insure that they will never leave. Thanks to the Pope, now the muds have clean new clothes, a full belly, and be well rested to sneak across our borders.


Pope Francis has donated $500,000 to help the thousands of Central American migrants stranded at the Mexican border.

IrishCentral Staff
Apr 28, 2019

The donated funds, from the Peter’s Pencecollections, will be distributed among 27 projects in 16 dioceses and Mexican religious congregations that have requested assistance in order to continue to provide food, lodging, and basic necessities to the migrants, reports Vatican News.

According to a statement from Peter’s Pence, “In recent months, thousands of migrants have arrived in Mexico, having traveled more than 4,000 kilometers on foot and with makeshift vehicles from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Men and women, often with young children, flee poverty and violence, hoping for a better future in the United States. However, the US border remains closed to them.”

“All these people were stranded, unable to enter the United States, without a home or livelihood”, the statement reads. “The Catholic Church hosts thousands of them in hotels within the dioceses or religious congregations, providing basic necessities, from housing to clothing.”

The statement adds that “media coverage of this emergency has been decreasing, and as a result, aid to migrants by the government and private individuals has also decreased.”

Peter’s Pence statement insists that “a regulated and transparent use of the resources, which must be accounted for, is required before the aid is assigned.”

According to the statement, thirteen projects have been approved and another fourteen are currently being evaluated.

“Thanks to these projects”, the statement concludes, “and thanks to Christian charity and solidarity, the Mexican Bishops hope to be able to continue helping our migrant brothers and sisters”.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 April 2019 at 08:07
Isn’t Vatican City a nation in it’s own right? Has it’s own stamps and passports printed?! Why can’t the muds go swamp that place?

Mexico has offered to look after the Hondurans but they don’t want to be there! They want a more developed place with more hand outs! If they are refugees and bonafide ones why aren’t they accepting Mexico’s offer?
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 April 2019 at 10:12
Isn’t Vatican City a nation in it’s own right? Has it’s own stamps and passports printed?! Why can’t the muds go swamp that place?

It is.

Uncle Musso set it up when he was Il Duce.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 April 2019 at 11:55
Why can’t the muds go swamp that place?

You know how it is for these mud lovers. It so much easier to say let everyone in until it's their backyard they're invading. It's just how Trump called the sanctuary states/cities bluff the other week, by saying he'll ship our overflow at the border to them. Once he said that the leftist in the States started back pedaling quick.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 03 May 2019 at 03:51
Border Patrol apprehending a record-setting 53,000 families in March. That's f*cking crazy. What is a wetback family? I know the muds breed like rats and that catholic religion they worship doesn't allow birth control, so they have large families. Even if it's just one person that stole a child, that makes the number entering the U.S. over a hundred thousand (low end). And that's only the ones they've caught. The Invasion is real!


Border Patrol apprehends 'largest group' of illegal immigrants near US border yet

 By Frank Miles | Fox

Migrants from India and Africa now traveling to the U.S.; Griff Jenkins reports from Tapachula, Mexico.

U.S. Border Patrol on Tuesday morning apprehended its largest group of illegal immigrants caught at once, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reported.

CBP said 424 illegal aliens were apprehended just after midnight in Sunland Park, New Mexico; an additional 230 illegal aliens were apprehended in Antelope Wells, N.M., around 2 a.m.

“This is an ongoing situation that U.S Border Patrol agents are facing in southern New Mexico: hundreds of parents and children being encountered by agents after having faced a dangerous journey in the hands of unscrupulous smugglers,” CBP said in a statement. “Criminal organizations continue to exploit innocent human lives in order to enhance their illicit activities without due regard to the risks of human life.  In most cases these smugglers never cross the border themselves in order to avoid apprehension.”

This is the group of 230 undocumented immigrants apprehended today in Antelope Wells. (US Border Patrol)


Officials have said the surge of migrant families was overwhelming the southern border.

Border officials said they were struggling to cope with the influx of Central American families, with Border Patrol apprehending a record-setting 53,000 families in March.

The Trump administration has supported changes to the asylum process and other steps to slow the influx of migrants at the border as President Trump tries to make good on his 2016 campaign promises.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 03 May 2019 at 12:27
I wonder if these muds would go to Far East Russia and try get over the water to Alaska to claim Asylum?
It’d be harder. Russia has strict visa policy.

So the Curry Munchers (Indian Myna Birds) the pest species are trying to use their cunning, criminal minds to trick the system over there too? When will it end?! Not enough corners to put up either Petrol Stations or Convenience Stores on if they all come!

Corner Gas - Front View
Corner Gas - Inside
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 May 2019 at 20:57

Madeleine McCann could have been taken by sex trafficking gangs helped by police, a think-tank has claimed.

When asked whether he thought Maddie was taken in a similar way to other children, Mr Whitehead told the Daily Star: 'Oh I think she was. Kids are being snatched all over the world.

'When you look at migrant children coming across the border in the US, they just go missing.

'It's big business. You can get more money than from drugs and guns because you have kids doing multiple sex acts a day and they're being filmed'.

Whitehead also claimed the child sex industry was being made possible by 'predatory cops' - although there is no evidence to suggest Portuguese police were involved

The Rutherford think-tank recently published a report on child sex trafficking, entitled The Essence of Evil: Sex with Children has become Big Business in America, which looked into how kids are bought, sold and exploited sexually.

Portuguese detectives were recently given extra resources to look into a new suspect, following a tip-off from Scotland Yard

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 May 2019 at 21:26
We'll be North Mexico soon at this rate

I'm sure that this record isn't safe and next month it will be a new record. Unless something drastically changes, which I don't foresee any changes in the near future for sure.
Just keep in mind when reading these numbers, these are the ones that border patrol caught.


Border apprehensions continue record streak, climbing to 99,000 in April

MAY 8, 2019 / 4:03 PM / CBS NEWS

For a third consecutive month, the number of migrant families apprehended by U.S. authorities at the border reached a record high as the Trump administration advocates for more stringent measures to address the recent large-scale migration from Central American countries plagued by violence and poverty.

U.S. immigration authorities apprehended or turned back more than 109,000 migrants — including approximately 58,000 families and nearly 9,000 unaccompanied children — along the U.S.-Mexico border last month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announcedWednesday. In total, 98,977 migrants of all categories were apprehended between ports of entry along the border.

The figure for families continues a three-month record-setting streak of migrant family apprehensions during President Trump's tenure. In February — the busiest February for border officials in the last 12 years — more than 36,000 people traveling as families were apprehended along the southwestern border, followed by 53,077 in March, a month in which CBP officials said they reached a "breaking point."

"We cannot address this crisis by simply shifting more resources or building more facilities," U.S. Border Patrol chief Carla Provost told lawmakers during a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing Wednesday. "It's like holding a bucket under a faucet. It doesn't matter how many buckets you give me if we can't turn off the flow."

Provost said her officers encountered approximately 2,400 families and children on average everyday in April. She urged Congress to pass laws designed to "deliver consequences" to migrants who cross the border illegally, warning that without legislative action, the government will "lose control of the border."

To try to curb the unprecedented flow of migrant families headings towards the U.S.-Mexico border, the Trump administration has implemented different measures, including the so-called "Remain in Mexico" policy of keeping migrants who claim asylum at ports of entry along the southern border in Mexico while their cases are processed in the U.S. Late Tuesday, a federal appellate court allowed the administration to continue the practice while the three-judge panel reviews the merits of a legal challenge by immigrant advocates who believe the policy puts migrants at risk.

Since last summer, apprehensions of families between ports of entry along the southern border have steadily increased, with hundreds of thousands of migrants from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — collectively known as the "Northern Triangle" — journeying north to flee chronic violence and widespread poverty, exasperated in rural areas by crop failures caused by climate change.

Faulting their governments for not doing enough to prevent their citizens from migrating, Mr. Trump announced in late March that he was ending all U.S. foreign aid to Central America, a decision aid workers believe will backfire and fuel more migration from the region.

First published on May 8, 2019 / 4:03 PM
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 May 2019 at 03:48
This number is appalling. And this is only numbers from Texas Border Agents. What makes this worse is the U.S. has 3 more states a long the border. I'm sure I'd be  severely pissed if I saw their numbers.


Texas border agents say 5,500 migrants a day are illegally entering US

 By William La Jeunesse | Fox News

Record border apprehensions amid push to tighten asylum laws

Sen. Lindsey Graham set to announce a new plan to have migrants to file for asylum in their own country or Mexico, not in the U.S.; William La Jeunesse reports from Los Angeles.

When President Trump took office, he promised to end "catch and release." Migrants believed him as apprehensions in April 2017 fell to a record low of 15,798.

Since then, migrants learned the U.S. can do almost nothing to stop them. Apprehensions have since soared 582 percent to levels not seen in almost two decades – and almost double what President Obama in 2014 called a “crisis.”

“Why is it doubling? Because word's out on the street in Central America – if you bring a minor child with you to America, we can only hold a minor child for 20 days," South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said this weekend. "Will we release everybody, including the adults that never show up for the hearing cases three years from now? It's also been found out in Central America. You ask for asylum. Nobody's trying not to get caught."

New Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahantoured the border in South Texas on Saturday with Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan.

"We're not going to leave until the border is secure,” said Shanahan, who is trying to transfer $1.5 billion from numerous defense projects to secure the Southwest border.

In South Texas, border agents the last several days apprehended 229 migrants an hour, or 5,500 a day, forcing the agency to set up tents in parking lots and hiring jets at $16,000 a flight to send adults to nearby Del Rio just for processing.


“Resources consumed by the massive influx of illegal aliens and these humanitarian efforts along the South Texas border are beyond a breaking point and has put border security at risk”, said Chief Patrol Agent Rodolfo Karisch

As for the surge itself, few seem pleased. Mexico blamed the U.S. for not processing Central Americans faster, leaving 13,000 asylum seekers stranded and on waiting lists in Mexico.

Border cities in the U.S. blame the border patrol for dumping immigrants in their communities, waiting at bus stations for money to arrive from relatives. And the American Civil Liberties Union is complaining about migrant rights and the conditions in shelters.

"The No. 1 concern is the detention conditions in these temporary border patrol facilities that really have no regulation," said

ACLU lawyer Norma Chavez-Peterson. "Lawyers don't have access to them. Community organizations don't have access to them. They're like a black hole, for lack of transparency."

Graham promises to introduce a bill Wednesday to help solve the problem. It would require migrants to file for asylum either in their own country or Mexico, not here.

Most Democrats oppose that. The bill would also allow the U.S. to deport unaccompanied children and hold families in detention up to 100 days until the asylum claim is completed, up from the current 20-day maximum.

"We're going to go to 100 days. We'll hold minor children for 100 days so that we can actually process the entire family without letting them go. We're going to increase judges by 500," said Graham. "We've got an almost 930,000 backlog of asylum claims. We're going to wipe out the backlog."

House Democrats have yet to name their price for any legislation. But they promise any solution will address more than just border security.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 May 2019 at 08:24
Even with such an influx of refugees at your Southern Boarder. America still accepted the “boat people” Australia detained on Manus Island and Nauru under a deal Obama orchestrated.

The boat people were illegal immigrants largely from the Middle East. They flew to Indonesia (safe enough for them) then boated it to Australian waters. They then were sent to a third nation for indefinite detention.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 May 2019 at 01:30
Here's one of the "quality" illegal aliens that the race traitors say are contributing to our Society. These mud races are f*cking animals.


Man convicted of raping his fiancee’s dog to death set for deportation

MAY 09, 2019 | 11:15 PM

Federal immigration officials lashed out at authorities in Multnomah County, Oregon, and local sanctuary laws Thursday after a man residing in the U.S. illegally was set free upon serving 60 days for raping a dog to death.

Fidel Lopez, 52, was convicted on April 8 of sexually assaulting his fiancée’s Lhasa Apso mix so forcefully that it had to be euthanized. He received a 60-day sentence but was released immediately because he had already served that amount of time awaiting trial on the February offense.

But ICE says the county should have notified the agency at least 48 hours before Lopez was let go so they could apprehend him on immigration violations.

“On April 8, Lopez was convicted of sexual assault of an animal and aggravated animal abuse and sentenced to 60 days in jail with credit for time served," said Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokeswoman Tanya J. Roman in a statement. “The Multnomah County Jail did not honor the immigration detainer and released him without notice to ICE.”

ICE picked up Lopez at home Thursday and served him a notice to appear, the agency said, and he will be taken to the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma “pending immigration proceedings.”

It’s part of a years-long fight between ICE and the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, according to The Oregonian.

While ICE expects to be notified of an impending release so as to “allow ICE to assume custody for removal purposes,” the county has said it can’t detain someone without an official criminal arrest warrant signed by a federal judge, The Oregonian reported.

ICE said that attitude, coupled with sanctuary laws, were allowing criminals to walk free when they were in this country illegally.

In March 2018, ICE officials put a hold on Martin Gallo-Gallardo, who had been charged with felony fourth-degree assault in an alleged attack on his wife, The Oregonian reported in November. The Multnomah County jail did not recognize ICE’s civil detainer, the newspaper reported. Gallo-Gallardo walked free, then allegedly killed his wife.

Similar dynamics were at play in Lopez’s case.

“ICE maintains that cooperation by local law enforcement is an indispensable component of promoting public safety,” Roman said in ICE’s statement. “It’s unfortunate that current local and state laws and policies tie the hands of local law enforcement agencies that want and need to work with ICE to promote public safety by holding criminals accountable and providing justice and closure for their victims. Sanctuary policies not only provide a refuge for illegal aliens, but they also shield criminal aliens who prey on people in their own and other communities.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 May 2019 at 03:02
This is just an example of what Obongo imported into America. Imagine what he let in over the open borders?:

POTUS (President of the United Simians) Obongo quietly dropped the charges of African mass murderers of Europeans and Americans, and shipped them to Australia in a deal with Australia's traitorous government. WTF knows what the US received in return ???

‘Secret deal’ led to Australia taking in accused jungle axe murderers, US media reports

Australia reportedly took in two men accused of murdering eight tourists with machetes and axes, as part of a “people swap” with the US.

Ben Graham | Fox News (Australia) | 16 May 2019






Extract: Two Rwandan men accused of murdering eight tourists with machetes and axes have reportedly been resettled in Australia as part of a possible “people swap” deal with the United States.

American political magazine Politico reports the men, Leonidas Bimenyimana and Gregoire Nyaminani — who have been charged with terrorism offences by American prosectors over the 1999 crimes — have been accepted here as refugees.

The two men are former members of the Hutu rebel group Army for the Liberation of Rwanda who had confessed to their involvement in the murder of eight tourists — four Britons, two Americans and two New Zealanders — on a gorilla-watching trip in the Ugandan rainforests.

Survivors said as many as 150 soldiers suddenly appeared among the trees, sought out Americans and Britons among the tourists, crushed their heads and slashed them to death.

HNIC/Head Nigger In Charge meets HJIC/Head Jew In Charge
The former African President of the USA and the former Israeli Prime Minister of Australia

Yes, Turnbull is Libtard. A Kosher Conservative that can please the Marxist Left and the Kosher Right all in one philo-Semitic package. Militant Sand-Niggers wont know whether to hug him or to shoot him, as he bows to an increasingly Gross Israel's demands for war and he imports ever more of their fellow Rag-Heads to speed up the Muslim takeover of Australia.


The US then extracted them from Rwanda and then took the rare step of demanding the federal death penalty.


A deal was then struck between former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and former US President Barack Obama, under which the US agreed to resettle up to 1250 refugees from Australia’s offshore processing centres.

As part of the deal, Australia also agreed to take people who the Obama Administration wanted to deport.

Hints at what this meant were revealed in a fiery phone call between Mr Trump and Mr Turnbull shortly after Mr Trump was sworn in.

“Basically, we are taking people from the previous administration that they were very keen on getting out of the United States,” Mr Turnbull told Mr Trump, according to a transcript of the call leaked to the Washington Post. “We will take more. We will take anyone that you want us to take.”

Australian officials are refusing to confirm or deny the report, with the Department of Home Affairs saying it does not comment on individual cases.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 May 2019 at 02:34
Once we have them in transit why stop at those U.S. shelters. I would be more than happy if ICE spent a little extra money and took those mud races on to Africa. Maybe we can even pencil in a few of our legal niggers and muds onto the shipping manifest.


ICE to hire contractor to transport 225,000 migrants to shelters across the US

By Danielle Wallace | Fox News

The Trump administration is looking to hire a private contractor that will be responsible for transporting approximately 225,000 migrant children and families to shelters across the country over the next five years as they wait for their asylum claims to be processed.

ICE (the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency) is seeking the services of a “highly responsible” contractor that “fully embraces the philosophy” of treating all unaccompanied minors (UACs) and family units (FAMUs) with “dignity and respect,” according to a federal procurement documentdated May 13.

The private company will be hired to transport approximately 60,000 people a year. It will work to arrange commercial flights and ground transportation for migrant children up to age 17 as well as adults with children and will provide food, clothing and hygiene products during transit.

“Sometimes the contractor will have to plan commercial or charter flights in a period of less than 24 hours,” the document states, highlighting an increased need for “on demand escort-services” as the Trump administration addresses a large influx of migrants from Central America who come to the U.S.-Mexico border to claim asylum.

President Trump announced a plan to “transform” America’s immigration system on Thursday, introducing a system to favor admissions based on job skills rather than family ties. The proposal would judge immigrants with a points-based system that would favor high-skilled workers -- accounting for age, English proficiency, education and whether the applicant has a well-paying job offer.

Over the course of a five-year contract, the migrants will be relocated from their points of entry or staging locations to Office of Refugee Resettlement shelters or family residential centers across the nation.

The document did not specify where exactly the migrants will be moved but said the Office of Refugee Resettlement has the “sole authority” to place unaccompanied minors and families.

“ICE has zero tolerance for any forms of sexual abuse and assault,” the document states while delegating the responsibility to vet new hires to the contracting company, business publication Quartz, which originally obtained the copy of the federal document, reported.

Editor's Note -- After this story was published, Fox News was contacted by Vincent Picard, deputy assistant director for public affairs at ICE. He told Fox that the search for a contractor was part of an effort to complete an existing contract and that such transports of migrants had already been underway.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 May 2019 at 22:06
The only problem I see in this article is that the border patrol agent stopped short after hitting the mud race and didn't run it over.


Border agent called immigrants racist slurs in text messages

May 20th 2019 12:13PM

A Border Patrol agent in Arizona, who faces federal charges for allegedly hitting an undocumented immigrant with his truck, routinely used profanities and racist slurs to describe immigrants he apprehended at the border, according to federal court documents reported Sunday by the Arizona Daily Star.

Among a trove of text messages cited by prosecutors, Matthew Bowen called immigrants “disgusting subhuman * unworthy of being kindling for a fire.” He also advocated for more violence toward migrants apprehended at the border, writing that President Donald Trump should “PLEASE let us take the gloves off.”

Last year, Bowen was charged with striking Antolin Lopez Aguilar, a 23-year-old undocumented immigrant from Guatemala, with his Border Patrol truck ― coming “within inches of running Lopez-Aguilar over,” according to a federal indictment.

Bowen was also charged with allegedly falsifying his report about the incident.

According to the Arizona Daily Star, Bowen’s other text messages cited in the court filings include exchanges in which he jokes about violence toward migrants apprehended for illegally crossing the border.

In one conversation, an unidentified person texted Bowen: “Did you gas hiscorpse (sic) or just use regular peanut oil while tazing?? For a frying effect.”

Bowen responded: “Guats are best made crispy, with olive oil from their native pais.” “Pais,” the Spanish word for “country,” is also “a derogatory term for Guatemalan citizens,” the Arizona Daily Star reported.

In several text messages, Bowen refers to the migrants as “tonks” or “toncs.” Some Border Patrol agents say that the term stands for “Territory of Origin Not Known” or “Temporarily Outside Native Country,” if officials cannot determine from what country the immigrant came, the Arizona Republic reported last year.

But others say that it’s a slur mimicking the sound of an apprehended migrant’s head being hit by a flashlight. (Reminds me of my Australian family's term for their native niggers)

In other texts, Bowen also called undocumented immigrants “mindless murdering savages.”

Bowen’s lawyer Sean Chapman claimed that the denigrating language is “commonplace throughout the Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector, that it is part of the agency’s culture,” according to the court filings.

Officials for the Border Patrol did not immediately respond to a request for comment from HuffPost.

Border Patrol officials told the Arizona Daily Star that agents are “held to the highest standards, and any action of misconduct within our ranks will not be tolerated.” They did not respond to Chapman’s claim that Bowen’s use of offensive language was “commonplace” among his fellow agents.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 May 2019 at 23:12
In several text messages, Bowen refers to the migrants as “tonks” or “toncs.” Some Border Patrol agents say that the term stands for “Territory of Origin Not Known” or “Temporarily Outside Native Country,” if officials cannot determine from what country the immigrant came, the Arizona Republic reported last year.

But others say that it’s a slur mimicking the sound of an apprehended migrant’s head being hit by a flashlight. (Reminds me of my Australian family's term for their native niggers)

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 May 2019 at 13:19
More proof of Trump's tough talk without any real desire to help our people. The only way to really help our people is to build the wall to slow down the incoming flow of muds. A wall that most of our politicians truly don't want to erect for whatever anti-white agenda they are promoting. I also believe that Trump cares very little about our country (especially the White Race) and only wants the wall to have a physical monument to last after his presidency (a.k.a. "Trump Wall"). He loves his brand.  Second we need to start the removal of the muds illegal here. After that we can take the next step to work towards removal of the rest of the niggers and muds that are a plague in our civilization.


Trump immigration plan sidesteps immigrants here illegally, draws wide criticism from both sides

Updated 4:24 p.m. CDT May 16, 2019

Trump says immigration plan is pro-American and immigrant
President Donald Trump's new immigration proposal would create a system to prioritize highly skilled immigrants.

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump's new immigration proposalbegan drawing fire from all sides Thursday with Democrats dismissing it as a campaign statement and some conservatives arguing it doesn't go far enough.

Crafted by Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and adviser, the proposal would create a system to prioritize highly skilled immigrants, but it glosses over concerns Trump has raised for years about immigrants who are already in the country illegally as well as a spike in asylum seekers. The president declared a national emergency at the border three months ago.

White House officials described the plan as an effort to rally Republicans heading into the 2020 election. Trump called on Democrats to work with the administration but said he would go it alone if they chose not to.   

"We will get it approved immediately after the election, when we take back the House, keep the Senate and, of course, hold the presidency," Trump said at a White House Rose Garden event as administration officials applauded. "One of the reasons we will win is because of our strong, fair and pro America immigration policy." 

Trump said the proposal includes a trust fund, paid for by border fees, to finance border security. The plan would change the nation's asylum system, he said, screening out "meritless claims" while expediting others. It was not immediately clear how the administration would decide which is which.

"Under this plan, the border will finally be fully and totally secure," Trump said. 

What's not included?

The proposal – which was scant on details – is silent on key issues:   

• A solution for “Dreamers,” the roughly 3.8 million immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. Trump terminated a program in 2017 that shielded about 800,000 of them from deportation, but federal courts have left the program intact for now. Democrats said they need a fix for Dreamers to support broader immigration changes. Trump did not mention the program in his remarks Thursday.   

• A plan to deal with the nation’s estimated 11 million illegal immigrants (new studies show more like 22 million plus illegals) which Trump has threatened to deport since before taking office. Trump's 2016 campaign focused heavily on illegal immigration, and his centerpiece response was his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. This latest proposal deals almost exclusively with legal immigration.   

• A solution for more than 300,000 foreign nationals who live legally in the USA under the Temporary Protected Status program, which allows people to stay while their home countries recover from natural disasters and conflict. The Trump administration was phasing out that program but has been blocked by federal courts.

President Donald Trump speaks during an event on energy infrastructure at the Cameron LNG export facility, May 14, 2019, in Hackberry, Louisiana.   

Democrats were skeptical of the president's motives and noted White House officials acknowledged the effort is intended to rally Republicans before the 2020 presidential campaign. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., described the notion of creating a "merit" immigration system, a term Trump embraces, as "condescending."

Doomed?: Previous White House immigration plans have failed spectacularly 

"Are they saying family is without merit?" Pelosi asked on Capitol Hill. "Are they saying most of the people who have come to the United States in the history of our country are without merit because they don’t have an engineering degree?"

It wasn't just Democrats and left-leaning groups that were slow to warm to the White House outline. The Chamber of Commerce released a lukewarm assessment, saying it appreciated the effort, but  "much work remains ahead of us on several issues."

Roy Beck, president of NumbersUSA, a group that advocates for lower levels of legal and illegal immigration, said he is encouraged the administration is working to improve the immigration system, but said he is eager to see the fine print. 

"I look forward to details on how the plan moves toward that priority," he said. 

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that advocates for lower levels of legal and illegal immigration and routinely advises the Trump administration on policy, said Kushner’s team should be praised for finally putting to paper ideas Trump has only talked about at campaign rallies.

Trump vows to do 'whatever it takes' to stop 'vicious killer,' illegal immigrants

While speaking at the National Peace Officers Memorial Service, President Trump vowed to do "whatever it takes" to stop illegal immigrants.

But since most observers agree the outline is merely a campaign position, Krikorian said he is disappointed it didn’t call for an overall reduction in legal immigration. The United States accepts about 1 million documented immigrants each year, and Krikorian said the White House missed an opportunity to call for reducing that number by at least 5%.

“They’ve made a conscious decision to embrace mass immigration and not include even a token reduction in the immigration level,” Krikorian said. “That’s a problem precisely because this is not going to be a legislative vehicle.”

Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., said he believes Trump is serious about addressing legal immigration.

"If we want to continue this economic boom, we must have an immigration system that responds to the needs of our growing economy, while protecting American workers," Perdue said.

Less clear is how the White House proposal would deal with the asylum system, which is codified in law and international treaties but which the Trump administration claimed is broken. Trump said he wants to expedite legitimate claims but screen out those who claim asylum, enter the country, then do not appear for hearings to review their case. 

Record numbers of Central American families flee violence and poverty each month to claim asylum in the USA, overwhelming Border Patrol facilities and prompting Homeland Security officials to plead with Congress to change the rules to make it easier for them to detain or deport unsuccessful applicants.

Changes immigration experts said would be necessary to win bipartisan support include nationalizing the E-Verify program that allows U.S. companies to check the immigration status of job applicants. Immigrant advocates called for a comprehensive plan to include humanitarian assistance to migrants arriving in the USA and to the Central American countries they fled.

Trump's proposal would eliminate the "visa lottery," a program created in 1990 that attempts to balance where immigrants come from by granting green cards to about 50,000 people from regions that traditionally have fewer migrants. He has railed against what critics describe as "chain migration," in which immigration authorities prioritize the spouses and unmarried children of immigrants for green cards.

Trump frequently complains that documented immigrants arrive in the U.S. and then bring over large numbers of relatives. According to Department of Homeland Security data, about 1 million family members of documented permanent residents received green cards from 2007 to 2016, out of 11 million people overall who were granted that status in those years. Overall, more than 6 in 10 green cards are granted based on family ties.   
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 May 2019 at 21:26
Don't worry about the border they say. There's no real problem. There just upstanding people needing jobs and land to better their lives (lies, lies, lies).  We as Creators know there is nothing good to come from the mud invasion. Now they're posing as our military to complete their mission in The Invasion of the Muds.


13 Illegal Immigrants Arrested in California Wearing U.S. Marine Uniforms

By Joshua Rhett Miller, | Fox News

Border Patrol agents recently arrested 13 illegal immigrants disguised as U.S. Marines and riding in a fake military van, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Tuesday.

The illegal immigrants were clad in Marine uniforms when they were apprehended at the Campo Border Patrol Westbound I-8 checkpoint at 11 p.m. on March 14 near Pine Valley, Calif., border officials said. Two U.S. citizens in the van also were arrested.

After the suspicious white van was subjected to secondary inspection, it was determined that the driver of the vehicle and its front seat passenger were U.S. citizens who were attempting to smuggle 13 illegal immigrants into the United States. All of the vehicle's occupants wore U.S. Marine uniforms, reportedly emblazoned with the name "Perez."

"This effort is an example of the lengths smugglers will go to avoid detection, and the skilled and effective police work and vigilance displayed everyday by Customs and Border Protection personnel," the agency said in a written statement.

The van used in the smuggling attempt, according to California's El Centro Border Intelligence Center, was a privately owned vehicle registered out of Yucca Valley, Calif., and was bearing stolen government plates that had been defaced. The center digit -- 0 -- was altered to read as an 8. Further research through multiple government agencies determined that the plate belonged to a one-ton cargo van registered to the U.S. Marine Corps.

The military referred inquiries back to Customs and Border Protection.

The van entered into the United States via Mexicali, Mexico, and proceeded to Calexico, Calif., where the U.S. Marine uniforms were donned, according to Homeland Security Today.

The Campo Border Station was constructed in June 2008 and is located roughly 28 miles east of San Diego Sector Headquarters in rural East San Diego County. It is responsible for securing approximately 13.1 linear miles of the U.S.-Mexico border and 417 square miles of surrounding territory. An estimated 7,000 vehicles pass through its two checkpoints daily, according to its website.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 May 2019 at 21:30
Trump made a remark a year or so back. “Why do we always have to get people from Sh1thole countries? Why can’t we have people from places like Norway?” It caused a stir.

The people from Norway would want a super high paying and stable job to move there. They are the envy of Europe. They have oil. They have awesome welfare benefits. They were voted amongst the happiest people in the world.

They wouldn’t go to the US unless they though they could get a better deal there.

From what I saw in the US , the place is way more “dog eat dog” than other western nations and tougher to get by in.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 May 2019 at 21:39
From what I saw in the US , the place is way more “dog eat dog” than other western nations and tougher to get by in.

I've never been to any other nation, but I concur. The U.S. is very "dog eat dog".
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 May 2019 at 23:30
Unfortunately most of these mud races will be released into the interior of our country. All because the J.O.G. wants to change the demographics of our once great nation and mongrelize our beautiful race into a more easily controlled mutt species.

1,036 migrants, with 63 unaccompanied children, become largest single group ever taken into custody at southern border

by Anna Giaritelli
May 30, 2019 03:19 PM

A caravan-sized group of more than 1,000 people was taken into federal custody in western Texas Wednesday after illegally crossing from Mexico into the United States, a senior Border Patrol official told the Washington Examiner.

Agents encountered 1,036 people, primarily from Central America, near El Paso, Texas, early Wednesday morning. The arrest marks the largest group of unauthorized immigrants that Border Patrol has ever taken into custody at once.

The group included 63 children traveling without a parent or guardian. Another 39 people were single adults, and the remaining 934 claimed to be traveling with a family member, according to a report. Guatemalan citizens made up just over half the detainees. The rest are primarily from other Central American countries, including Honduras and El Salvador.

It's not clear if the group came from Northern Triangle countries as part of a caravan, though it's not likely, given no news of a convoy traveling through Mexico. Border Patrol has saidhuman smugglers often oversee the movement of migrants at the border and use the groups to distract federal law enforcement while they move narcotics or people hoping to avoid arrest over unmanned parts of the border. Smugglers charge migrants an average of $5,000 to $8,000 each to get to the United States.

Border Patrol said in late March its agents on the southern border had since October apprehended 100 groups that contained 100 or more people. In its 2017 fiscal year, CBP documented two groups of 100 people or more. That jumped to 13 groups in 2018.

Until Wednesday, the biggest group of people to arrive at once consisted of more than 430 individuals. That apprehension took place Monday in the same region of the southern border. Memorial Day marked the busiest day in history for Border Patrol's El Paso region as 2,200 people were taken into custody.

President Trump told reporters at the White House earlier Thursday to expect a major statement about the border in the next day or two. Wednesday's apprehension has not been publicly shared by Customs and Border Protection or its parent, the Department of Homeland Security.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 01 June 2019 at 21:32
As if it's not bad enough that we have to always deal with the Hispanic mud races from our south, but now we're catching larger groups of African niggers too.


The Latest: Group of 116 Africans Arrested at BorderBorder officials in Texas say a group of 116 Africans was arrested Thursday after wading through the Rio Grande to enter the United States.

By Associated Press, Wire Service Content May 31, 2019

Border officials in Texas say a group of 116 Africans was arrested Thursday after wading through the Rio Grande to enter the United States.

The migrants were from Angola, Cameroon and other African nations and include families with children and young people who were not with relatives.

This was the first large group that agents in the Del Rio sector have arrested, although big groups have been showing up every day in other areas of the southern border. Agents have encountered 182 large groups, or those with more than 100 people, since October.

It's unclear if the migrants in Texas were seeking asylum, and the agency is still processing them.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 01 June 2019 at 22:36
They sure have enough money for airfares to Mexico don’t they?

Considering how hard it would’ve been  to save money in Africa to get to Mexico you’d assume they aren’t refugees?!

Fly to Mexico direct from Angola?! Do you think you can do it? You’d probably be in South Africa first to access the flight facilities to get there!

Those Refugees in Europe all have iPhones for navigation. If you are that poor do you have an iPhone?

I don’t know some leftists believe there isn’t a humanitarian crisis at the boarder but then the refugees grab any old child and claim it’s theirs to get special treatment once in the US!

That is morally bankrupt! The wall will stop this so if they are so concerned about human rights build this wall!

Trump is putting a tax on Mexican produce until they adequately deal with the illegals. I can’t see it stopping all this.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 01 June 2019 at 23:21
Trump is putting a tax on Mexican produce until they adequately deal with the illegals . I can’t see it stopping all this.

I can't see how this will solve our problem either. None of these border jumping mud races care about taxes or tariffs.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 June 2019 at 09:37
A thing that shocked me when I visited California, the homelessness. It’s “next level” compared to Australia’s! Take a look at this article on just how out of control it is in LA now! It’s common knowledge this liberal state is tolerant to illegals! Well it’s not like refugees can go directly into a job and a place . Looks like :- junkies, Beaners and Blacks are causing this problem there! Reminds me of a “Boong camp”!

Is it just because Southern California is a warm and tolerant place that there are so many bums? Or do other parts of the US have shanty towns to this level too?

These shocking pictures from downtown Los Angeles capture the growing problem it faces with trash and rodents in a desperate city also trying to contain a typhoid fever outbreak linked to worsening sanitary conditions


A decision to not cap the total amount of property that homeless people can keep on Skid Row was announced last Wednesday and it sparked fury among some officials who say it will 'only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists' there. 

That, coupled with the news a Los Angeles police detective has been diagnosed with typhoid fever, has sparked concern among LA's residents.

The city has now said it will dispose of sofas, refrigerators and other large items in the 50-block area of downtown.

But councilmen Joe Buscaino slammed the decision, saying: 'The settlement will only perpetuate the public health crisis that already exists in Skid Row and will set a precedent for the rest of the city that will normalize encampments.

'The city is sending a clear signal that we are turning the sidewalks in Skid Row into free, unlimited public storage, doing a disservice to the residents of Los Angeles, especially to those living on the streets.'

Images from the downtown area show trash piling up as workers struggle to keep the area sanitized. They are pictured wearing face masks among the dirt and grime.

Rows and rows of tents line the sidewalks of Skid Row in the sprawling 50-block area, home to around 4,200 homeless people, many in tents and shantytowns. 

Some lay passed out in the street, seemingly from the effects of drugs as others are pictured lugging their property around, in search of the next spot to set up.

A law had been passed in 2016 which limited the amount of belongings a homeless person can store on the sidewalk to 60 gallons.

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Community Action Network, who had been campaigning for the new rules regarding property, said: 'I hope this is the signal this is the sign, the proverbial crossroads, that insists we spend our money and our time on things that actually get people off the street.

'In the interim, it is our hope that at least this provides some legal guardrails both for houseless people on the street as well as those public servants who are paid to treat the public humanely and responsibly.

On Thursday it was revealed a Los Angeles police detective has been diagnosed with typhoid fever, a rare illness typically spread through contaminated food or water, and at least five other officers who work in the same station are showing symptoms

The six officers work in the Central Division station, where a state investigation into unsafe and unsanitary working conditions led to penalties and more than $5,000 in fines earlier this month, documents show.

The division polices downtown Los Angeles, including the notorious Skid Row area where hundreds of homeless people camp on the streets. The police union says homeless encampments must be cleaned up following the recent diagnosis and other cases where officers contracted hepatitis A and staph infections.

'The last thing I need is my members coming to work worried about contracting an infectious disease and bringing it home to their families,' Los Angeles Police Protective League treasurer Robert Harris said.

Dustin DeRollo, a union spokesman, said officers who patrol Skid Row 'walk through the feces, urine and trash' - conditions that 'should alarm everyone and must be addressed

In an op ed for The LA Times reporter Steve Lopez called it 'the collapse of a city that's lost control', writing: 'We've got thousands of people huddled on the streets, many of them withering away with physical and mental disease.

'Sidewalks have disappeared, hidden by tents and the kinds of makeshift shanties you see in Third World places.'

He called the city 'a giant trash receptacle'.

The police union has demanded better protective equipment for officers and called for the station to be regularly sanitized.

The Police Department said exposed areas of the Central Division were being disinfected and officials were reviewing the state's 'concerning' report that found health violations at the station. 

The building lacked an effective extermination program and had 'rats/rodents, fleas, roaches, flies, gnats, mosquitoes and grasshoppers,' according to the state Division of Occupational Safety and Health's May 14 report.

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says typhoid fever isn't common in the U.S. but affects 22 million people annually in other countries.

It is different from typhus, which can spread from infected fleas and caused an outbreak earlier this year that sickened homeless people who live near City Hall and a deputy city attorney

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 June 2019 at 12:33
Is it just because Southern California is a warm and tolerant place that there are so many bums? Or do other parts of the US have shanty towns to this level too?

We have homeless issues throughout the States, primarily in our larger cities. Nashville, TN. has bums at almost every intersection with a sign asking for money. That city is growing fast and next to the bum begging for money there can be a store accepting applications on the same block. As for California's homeless problem I think the weather plays a role but their main problem is that they encourage it with their devastating laws.


You must know your state/city has a problem when you have human waste maps being created.


Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 June 2019 at 21:32

Read this article. Seems bums are being given transport tickets and moved around the place by different cities in the US.

Why give the Beaners priority when there is already a heap of underprivileged Americans needing assistance?

A shocking social system! One reason I wouldn’t swap Australia for the US. Well.... at least the US has free speech! If it came down to being witch-hunted for speaking freely, perhaps I’d try for US asylum..... but it makes you think now. “ Does America truely value free speech”? They are hellbent on chasing down Julian Assange for calling out the truth!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 June 2019 at 01:43
I called it. Nothing has changed and now it's a new monthly report, with a shattering new record.

I'm sure that this record isn't safe and next month it will be a new record. Unless something drastically changes, which I don't foresee any changes in the near future for sure.


Border arrests skyrocket in May, as officials declare 'full-blown emergency'

By Brooke Singman, Jake Gibson | Fox News

The number of migrants apprehended at America's southern border skyrocketed last month to levels not seen in over a decade, with U.S. Customs and Border Protection reporting nearly 133,000 arrests in May.

The number surpassed 144,000 when counting migrants deemed inadmissible -- more than a 30 percent increase from the prior month and double the influx recorded at the beginning of the year.

"We are in full-blown emergency," a CBP official said Wednesday.

The number of apprehensions was the highest monthly total in more than 13 years. In April, authorities recorded 99,304 arrests.

The latest figures could embolden President Trump amid tense negotiations with Mexico over the immigration crisis.

Last week, in an effort to force Mexico to do more to “stop the invasion” of migrants into the U.S., the president vowed to impose a new 5 percent tariff on all Mexican imports. The tariffs, set to go into effect on June 10 absent an agreement, would increase over time, reaching 25 percent by Oct. 1.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection apprehended more than 144,000 migrants at the U.S. southern border in May. (CBP)

So far in fiscal 2019, which began last October, border officials have apprehended 593,507 migrants—a number higher than the total apprehensions in each of the past five fiscal years.

"We are bursting at the seams," a CBP official told reporters Wednesday. "It is unsustainable and can't continue."

Administration officials insisted the CBP is unable to house this many people.

"When we have 4,000 in custody, we consider it high, when we have 6,000, it's a crisis," an official said. "Right now, we have 19,000 in custody. It's just off the charts."

CBP officials told reporters Wednesday that the crisis is forcing the agency to divert resources, which is contributing to longer waits on the border for both recreational and commercial travel.

Typically during the late spring and summer months, there is a drop-off in migration due to the heat, but CBP officials said this week they have not seen any evidence of that so far.

The Trump administration for months has warned of a humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. President Trump, earlier this year, even declared a national emergency on the southern border in a bid to divert billions of dollars toward the construction of his long-promised border wall.

But he opened a new phase in the debate with his tariff threat against Mexico.

The announcement came after more than 1,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended at once last month by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents near the U.S.-Mexico border—the largest ever group of migrants ever apprehended at a single time, sources told Fox News.

The group of 1,036 illegal immigrants found in the El Paso sector included migrants from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, according to sources.

There were 58,474 families apprehended last month, according to CBP. In March, the agency said that there was an increase of nearly 106 percent over the same period last year.

Since the president announced the tariffs, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador dispatched his foreign relations secretary to Washington in an effort to negotiate a solution with the U.S.

Obrador said he expects “good results” from the upcoming talks in Washington and reportedly suggested he is open to reinforcing efforts to stem illegal immigration. Obrador said that Mexican officials plan to convey to the Trump administration what they have been doing to stop illegal immigration, and added that they are open to additional  measures “without violating human rights.”

On Wednesday, Mexico's foreign minister was slated to meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan, U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer and Vice President Mike Pence at the White House.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Mexican officials prepared to intercept a group of another 1,000 migrants who said they aimed to reach the U.S. southern border to request asylum. Many of the migrants say they're fleeing gang violence, oppressive extortion, and corruption in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

Fox News' Sarah Tobianski and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 June 2019 at 22:54
6 down. We need all of these border interactions ending with the same outcome.


6 illegal immigrants dead, 5 more critically injured after SUV evading police crashes

By Paulina Dedaj | Fox News

Six illegal immigrants were killed and five more were critically injured when an SUV reported earlier for evading authorities crashed into a ditch Wednesday morning, officials said.

Robstown Police Chief Erasmo Flores said officers attempted to stop the SUV for speeding at around 10 p.m. Tuesday. He said when the car wouldn’t stop, officers engaged in a chase but soon lost sight of the vehicle in an area covered in brush.

Several hours later, at around 4 a.m., the Nueces County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a woman who said an injured man had come to her door, and, about an hour after they started searching the area, deputies encountered two injured men walking along the road.

The pair reportedly informed the officers about the deadly crash.

Law enforcement move a vehicle as they investigate a fatal wreck that left six migrants dead and several others injured outside Robstown, Texas on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. (Courtney Sacco/Corpus Christi Caller-Times via AP)

Sheriff's Office Capt. Daniel Lorberau said several people had to be hospitalized after the SUV, traveling at around 50 mph, crashed into a drainage ditch. It was the same vehicle which had evaded authorities hours before, officials said.

Six undocumented immigrants died as a result of the crash and five more were said to be in critical condition, authorities said. Three others suffered less serious injuries.

Border agents on the scene said that the victims had illegally entered the U.S. from El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico.

A police officer works on the scene of a fatal wreck that left six migrants dead and several others injured outside Robstown, Texas on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. (Courtney Sacco/Corpus Christi Caller-Times via AP)

Sheriff J.C. Hooper said authorities have seen an increase in these kinds of multi-fatality traffic crashes along the U.S. 77 corridor through South Texas due to its proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border.

"It has a classic appearance of human trafficking," he said. "We are a pipeline. We are on a corridor to Houston, Texas, and these first responders deal with it every day."

Five people died last June about 100 miles southwest of San Antonio when an SUV carrying 14 people crashed while being chased by Border Patrol and other law enforcement agencies. In 2015, six of 14 people packed into an SUV were also killed in a similar police chase.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 June 2019 at 20:06
Bernie Sanders calls Immigration Surge at the border a 'SERIOUS PROBLEM' - But you're RACIST for noticing. Let's talk about the weather instead ...

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com.au/bernie-sanders-calls-illegal-immigration-surge-a-serious-problem-2019-6

Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called the ongoing surge of illegal immigrants crossing the United States-Mexico border a “serious problem” but also condemned actions taken by President Donald Trump to stem the flow of migrants.

“It is an issue we have to deal with. But the issue of climate change, blah blah blah ... are more serious crises.”

“If you open the borders, my God, there’s a lot of poverty in this world, and you’re going to have people from all over the world. And I don’t think that’s something that we can do at this point. Can’t do it. So that is not my position” ... yet.

Bernie Sanders seeking the Black vote
If you want to be President, repeat after me, "Dem White Folks, y'all be RAYSIST!"


The Bernie Sanders Election Platform:
Be the first to scream "RACIST!" and you win any debate

Bernie Sanders swallows his pride & successfully secures the Jewish vote
"I can fellate that man's penis better than Donald Trump on any day of the week!"
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 13 June 2019 at 01:45
It's bad enough that we are forced to accept the waves of Spanish speaking mud races into our country but now we have to deal with an increasing rate of African niggers with the possibility of them harboring Ebola.


Immigration officials see drastic rise in number of Africans illegally crossing US-Mexican border

 By Madeleine Rivera

San Antonio sees spike in number of African migrants

Many of the migrants are from the Democratic Republic of Congo, which has been mired in political instability and violence.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Valerie and her son took a walk around this city’s downtown area on Monday after spending three months on a treacherous trek from Brazil, through Central America to Texas.

Valerie, a Congolese woman, fled her war-torn country with her family and is now trying to create a new life here.

“We left the Congo because there weren’t any resources for us…my son has really liked it here. I’ve liked it here, as well. It’s for this reason I’ve come here to figure out my life, to improve my life,” she said in French.

Many of the migrants stayed at Travis Park Church in downtown San Antonio before heading to different cities across the country.  (Fox News)

Valerie is one of hundreds of African migrants who arrived in San Antonio last week. City leaders said they weren’t given a heads up and quickly scrambled to accommodate them and quickly recruit several French-speaking volunteers who could serve as translators.

“The City of San Antonio has received more than 200 individuals, mostly families and children. The families were released by the United States Customs and Border Patrol into the country with paperwork directing them to Portland, Maine,” said Interim Assistant City Manager Dr. Colleen Bridger.

The majority of them stayed at Travis Park Church, which regularly hosts asylum seekers.

“I’m not necessarily surprised…we react to changes on the border every day, we just had to figure out that process it didn't really shake us up too much,” said Gavin Rogers, associate pastor.

It's not just Congolese migrants arriving in alarming numbers. Border Patrol agents reported arresting more than 500 people from Africa since May 30. The group included nationals from Angola, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Border Patrol agents in the Del Rio Sector say they've arrested more than 500 migrants from Africa since the end of May.  (Border Patrol)

While Border Patrol has previously seen migrants from Africa, this is the first time they have seen such a large group crossing together.

“It really has been a bit of an anomaly for us,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul Ortiz. “I think most of them, you know, obviously are flying to different locations. And then, when they find themselves congregating in a location then they start to formulate a plan just south of the U.S. Mexican border here."

For years, people from the Congo and neighboring countries have fled to escape political instability and violence. According to the UN Refugee Agency, 4.5 million people from the DRC have been displaced. But the numbers seem to be increasing and officials in border towns are struggling to keep up.

“Some [refugees] may have been traveling for months to get to the Mexico border in search of better opportunities that the U.S. has to offer, the human rights that the U.S. has to offer,” Bonita Sharma, an assistant professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio’s College of Public Policy, told The Rivard Report.

Unlike most Mexicans and Central Americans, many of the migrants from Africa don't have roots in America or families who can take them in once they are released from immigration detention. And many speak languages the immigration officials do not.

“Quite often, the individuals from the African continent do not have a permanent address or a sponsor already in the U.S. And so you really just have to pinpoint an immigration court near where they think they are going to ultimately end up and hope that they report themselves in,” said Ortiz.

The city says it will continue to work with Travis Park Church, Catholic Charities, and other non-profit organizations to find long-term resources for these migrants.  (Fox News)

Over the weekend, the city, along with Catholic Charities, worked with the asylum seekers to figure out their next destination as many arrived without designated host families and cities.

“If we don't know exactly the best place to send the migrant community like the Congolese. We have to figure out what shelters are available around the nation, where's the best place for their community to go,” said Rogers.

There was also concern that some of the migrants could carry diseases, as there is currently an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

However, Bridger quickly shut down those rumors, telling local reporters that the migrants go through multiple health screenings.

"It's a 21-day incubation period so it's really not possible that, if they were exposed to Ebola in the DRC, that now, six months later, they develop symptoms and infect us," Bridger said.

By Monday, the majority of the migrants had left on buses, heading to cities where they may have friends or family members. The line outside the city’s Migrant Resource Center downtown had dwindled.

But, if more come, Rogers said they’ll be ready.

“We’re a church always willing to serve our neighbors," Rogers said. "We'll continue to do so whether that's with migrants or the homeless or a new need that will crop up in the future.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 13 June 2019 at 08:40
Theses Africans comming are either warloards that stole all the Aid money to travel numerous places to get to Brazil to cry poor.

Or that F’n bastard Sorros orchestrated their journey?
There’d only Be a couple international Airports in Africa where you could fly direct to South America!

In biggest African towns such as :-Cairo, Johannesburg or even Nairobi? Perhaps they have such facilities?Did they walk in there too?

America needs to send all illegals back to their home state or start a NASA program to send them into orbit!

The book “camp of the saints “ / Jean Raspsil is comming true!
The third world packs up and moves to the West. One racist fictional prophetic book!

Good book worth a read.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 June 2019 at 14:16
Luckily it didn't make the illegal journey to breed filth and be a drain on our system as we would have supported the mud girl throughout its life. I'm stil somewhat surprised when it's not a Spainish speaking mud race found at the border. It should be an eye opener to how the mud races of the world view our weak borders.


Border agents recover remains of 7-year-old Indian national in 'rugged' Arizona desert

 By Paulina Dedaj | Fox News

The body of a 7-year-old Indian girl was found in a remote desert area of Arizona on Wednesday -- the same day border agents say they were told human smugglers helped five Indian illegal immigrants cross into the U.S.

Border Patrol agents with the Tucson Sector recovered the remains of the young girl early Wednesday morning about 17 miles west of Lukeville, a town that sits on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Officials said Thursday agents encountered two women a day earlier who said they had traveled to the United States from India with another woman and two children. They were traveling through Mexico when human smugglers ordered them to cross the border in a “dangerous and austere location.”

The women informed CBP the other members of their group had become separated at some point.

After the women were taken into custody, agents and local law enforcement searched a remote area about seven miles west of Quitobaquito Springs where they recovered the remains of the 7-year-old.

This map shows the area in Quitobaquito Springs where the remains of a 7-year-old Indian national were recovered. It is about 17 miles west of where she, and four other illegal immigrants, crossed into the U.S. with the help of human smugglers.  (U.S. Customs Border and Protection )

With two other members of the group still missing, officials called in aerial support from the National Guard and CBP Air and Marine Operations.

Late Wednesday night, ground units discovered footprints that indicated the other two migrants likely crossed back into Mexico.

CBP described the terrain where the young girl was found as “rugged desert wilderness” and said anyone there would have “little to no resources.” Temperatures were around 108 degrees on the day the girl is believed to have died.

“Our sympathies are with this little girl and her family,” Tucson Chief Patrol Agent Roy Villareal said in a press release. “This is a senseless death driven by cartels who are profiting from putting lives at risk."

Authorities in Mexico have continued to search their side of the border for the other two group members but have yet to locate them.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 June 2019 at 23:49
Living in poverty and the third world makes you cunning. I guess it’s like being in Gaol and orchestrating stunts to bring contraband in / breakouts with dreaming up ingenious methods?

Every time I have been to a third world place I have had people try trick me.

Indian shonks

Indians are some of the most cunning creatures I ever have met and there are lots of them here!


Nobody wants to do business here with them because they try :- penny pinch, haggle ,trick and deceive, lie.
If a Curry muncher calls up trades people for a job and they have enough work then they’ll fob them off. They have even adapted to this and they’ll tell you their name isn’t “Kumar” or “Gupta” it’s “Mark” or “Martin”.

They go everywhere! Try get in and start businesses in areas and take over!

If you roll out the red carpet for Subcontinentals and Arabs, they’ll come! They’ll find a way don’t worry about that! If the US boarder looks weak they’ll go for it!

If they can fly to Indonesia to try get a boat to Australia , they’ll try it!

If there’s fences over the channel tunnel in France to jump trains to the UK they’ll climb them!

If there is a international train starting in Turkey going to Bulgaria they’ll hide under the carriages to sneak into the EU through the Bulgarian woods.


Sneaking into USA
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 June 2019 at 00:00
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 June 2019 at 13:04
I actually believe that the government should of went a step further. Should of made it mandatory for every mud race apprehended at the border be forced to have an abortion if needed and sterilized.


Federal court of appeals rules against Trump 'blanket ban' of abortions for illegal-immigrant teens

By Vandana Rambaran | Fox News

A federal appeals court ruled against a Trump administration "blanket ban" that prevents young illegal immigrants from getting abortions once they cross the border.

Under the policy, introduced in 2017, shelters holding immigrant teens in government custody were not allowed to give children access to abortions. The policy was blocked by a judge in 2018; the judge said the government could not deny minors the right to make reproductive decisions, a ruling that was again upheld on Friday by a three-judge panel in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

The court's decision upholds the Supreme Court's right to an abortion granted by Roe v. Wade.

"We are unanimous in rejecting the government's position that its denial of abortion access can be squared with Supreme Court precedent," the panel opinion says.

The American Civil Liberties Union, which brought the case against the administration and represents several pregnant minors seeking abortions, responded to the court's decision in a statement on Twitter.

"The Trump administration’s cruel policy of blocking immigrant women from accessing abortion in federal custody was a blatant abuse of power. We’re relieved that today’s ruling continues to prevent the policy from taking effect while the case proceeds as a class action," the ACLU tweeted.

Laurence Silberman, one of the judges on the panel who was appointed to the bench by former President Ronald Reagan, wrote a dissent saying that he did not support a class-action lawsuit by the ACLU.  He also argued that officials should have a limited window to transfer a minor out of government custody to the care of a sponsor, where the child could then obtain an abortion without the government's assistance.

The administration has two options to appeal the decision; asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to hear the case or taking its challenge to the Supreme Court.

"We will continue fighting to make sure that the Trump administration is permanently blocked from obstructing young immigrant minors’ access to crucial health care and the constitutional right to abortion," the ACLU said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 June 2019 at 12:34
Story after story of mud races flowing over the border. Now record numbers of African niggers are here to suckle from the government teat.


Record-breaking number of African migrants coming to America

PORTLAND, Maine — Jun 16, 2019, 12:14 PM ET

Undaunted by a journey over thousands of miles, people fleeing economic privation and human rights abuses in African countries are coming to the United States in unprecedented numbers.

Border agents and officials in Texas and even in Maine are scrambling to absorb them. Mexico, on the overland route to America, is on pace to tripling the number of African immigrants it is processing this year, up from 2,100 in 2017.

In one recent week, U.S. border patrol agents stopped more than 500 African migrants in Texas. They were from the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola.

Word has spread among migrants that Portland, Maine, is a welcoming place. A total of 170 asylum seekers arrived in recent days. Hundreds more are expected.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 June 2019 at 14:01
So Texas can’t absorb them? Maine can’t absorb them?

How about a business proposal? The liberals want the Muds from far flung corners of the globe in America?

How about set up a detention facility in Alaska?
Put the muds on treadmills and excercise bikes. They generate green energy like a wind farm that goes into batteries!

When they are “busted” we send them
Next door to the Fertiliser factory so then they can be of use to the community by making the Rose bushes look beautiful!

So the Liberals get the muds in America, the muds get jobs in exchange for food and housing .
America gets green energy and fertilisers in return as well as a good deterant to these Freeloaders to quit breeding and bloody well stay home!

They didn’t take legal avenues to be refugees. They Obviously have money to travel to a safer place to access an international Airport to get to South or Central America. So if they were in  A safe place... then they are only going to the US for extra benefits as it’s a “ soft touch”. They were in Mexico first. Surely they could take good refuge there?
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 18 June 2019 at 21:32

What do you think when you hear the words ‘concentration camps’?

I’d say 99.999% of people, like me, would assume something to do with the Nazi Holocaust during World War 2.

Why would we all think that?

Well, try putting ‘concentration camps’ into Google search and see what comes up on the results page. When I did that today in preparation for writing this column, every single entry that appeared on my screen alluded to the Nazis.

So when freshman Democrat congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez used that term to describe what President Trump is doing with illegal immigrants pouring over the Southern border, she knew exactly what she was doing

The firebrand young ‘progressive’ politician wanted the world to know she thinks Trump is the new Hitler.

That’s why she posted an Instagram live-stream video to her millions of followers yesterday stating the US government is ‘running concentration camps on our southern border.’

To emphasize the link to Hitler, she said she wants to talk to people “who are concerned enough with humanity to say that ‘never again’ means something.”

Ocasio-Cortez, or ‘AOC’ as she likes to call herself, added: ‘The fact that concentration camps are now an institutionalized practice in the Home of the Free is extraordinarily disturbing and we need to do something about it.’

The New York representative claimed Democrats are ‘losing to an authoritarian and fascist presidency’ and clarified: ‘I don’t use those words lightly. I don’t use those words just to throw bombs. I use that word because that is what an administration that creates concentration camps is. A presidency that creates concentration camps is fascist and it’s very difficult to say that.’

And lest anyone didn’t get the message loud and clear, she declared: ‘Asking to be a refugee and applying for status isn’t a crime. It wasn’t for Jewish families fleeing Germany

Every part of this emotive tirade, and the language deployed in it, was specifically designed to draw an analogy between Trump and Hitler.

She knows it, and we know it. In fact, everyone with even a slither of knowledge of modern history knows it.

Reaction to Ocasio-Cortez’s comments was fast and furious.

Rep. Liz Cheney tweeted: ‘Please, @AOC, do us all a favor and spend just a few minutes learning some actual history. 6 million Jews were exterminated in the Holocaust. You demean their memory and disgrace yourself with comments like this.’

Fox News host Bill Hammer was even more enraged.

‘Has she ever been to Yad Vashem in Jerusalem?’ he demanded to know. ‘Or Auschwitz in Poland ? Or Dachau in Germany? “Never Again” is the phrase that Jews all over the world use to make sure that the extermination between 1939 and 1945 never happens again and she’s using concentration camps to describe what’s happening on the Southern border? How in the world is that acceptable? Does she not owe every Jew on this planet an apology?’

Yes, she does.

I shudder with dismay every time a Trump-loathing liberal compares the President to Hitler

Ocasio-Cortez didn’t intend us to think of her comments in a more general manner, she intended us to think of the Nazis and the systematic slaughter of six million Jews.

She wants us to view Trump as the new Hitler.

Her deeply inflammatory and grotesquely unhelpful rhetoric comes at a time when America faces, by almost unanimous consent across the fractious political divide, a very real and genuine crisis on the southern border.

For the second consecutive month, over 100,000 migrants crossed the border seeking a new life in America.

In May alone, the figure was 144,000 – the highest monthly total in 13 years. One group held at the border comprised 1,036 people, the largest ever apprehended.

These are staggering numbers of people and the system is creaking at the seams under the intense pressure.

Asylum applications are backed up so badly it’s taking some a year or more to get processed.

So this is clearly a crisis, and one that is the result of decades of poor immigration policy by Democrats and Republicans alike.

Yet rather than Congress do its damn job and sort out a wide-ranging immigration reform that can actually tackle the escalating problem once and for all, it’s too busy engaging in pathetic point-scoring of the kind now being spouted by Ocasio-Cortez.

And as so often with ‘AOC’, her words weren’t just factually inaccurate, they were rankly hypocritical.

As part of her evidence for Trump’s alleged fascism, she said ‘immigrant children were moved to the same internment camps where the Japanese were held in the early 20th century.’ Yet Trump’s predecessor, President Obama, placed illegal immigrants and children into the exact same military base during HIS presidency.

Where was the Democrat outrage then

As I’ve often reminded people, Obama smashed all records for deportations, throwing over three million illegal aliens out of the U.S.

His draconian measures earned him the nickname ‘Deporter-in-chief’ in Mexico.

And yes, he also operated policies that kept many illegal immigrants in glorified cages, and separated some parents from children.

So let’s cut all the partisan bullsh*t, shall we?

Trump tweeted today that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would next week ‘begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States. They will be removed as fast as they come in

A White House official clarified this move would be focused on the more than 1 million people who have been issued final deportation orders by federal judges but remain at large in the country.

But as for those being held in detention centers, let’s be very clear: they’re kept in conditions where they’re given food, water, healthcare, clothing and shelter.

For many, these conditions are considerably better than the ones they’re fleeing.

Yes, some have very sadly died, almost all of them reportedly from health issues sparked by the long, lethal journeys they have made to the border.

But one thing’s for sure: they’re not being systematically tortured, abused, raped, used for scientific experiments and sent to gas chambers in their millions to be murdered.

Either Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is ignorant of the horrors of the Holocaust or she knows them perfectly well but is choosing to deliberately twist them to suit her agenda against President Trump.

The first charge makes her a woeful idiot.

The second makes her a duplicitous, cynical disgrace.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 18 June 2019 at 21:36
Congo nigs on the way.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 June 2019 at 01:56
Ocasio-Cortez, or ‘AOC’ as she likes to call herself, added: ‘The fact that concentration camps are now an institutionalized practice in the Home of the Free is extraordinarily disturbing and we need to do something about it.’

Wish those detention centers were concentration camps, like the ones the world have been tricked into imagining. Then we wouldn't have all these leeches draining our funds (They then are released with a court date, to not show up and cause havoc in our country). But instead we feed them, clothe them, and give them medical. The children get video games.  What a waste of finances.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 June 2019 at 04:23
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 June 2019 at 21:07
This could be looked at as a positive move, but truthfully I'm not sure how much it will help. 1000 troops that under present law can only aid border patrol and not directly engage verses 100,000 plus monthly of mud races using any means necessary. The worst thing is that they're mostly using our own laws against us (amnesty laws). Until our amnesty laws change this will never end or at least not until we've been flooded with so many mud races it makes the U.S. undesirable or collapse as a nation.


Texas deploys 1,000 more troops to border after arresting migrants from 52 countries this month

by Anna Giaritelli
June 21, 2019 02:21 PM

The Republican governor of Texas announced Friday the deployment of an additional 1,000 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border because, he said, Border Patrol lacks the resources to deal with the number of people being taken into custody.

"Today, I announced that Texas is sending 1,000 National Guard troops to help secure the border," Gov. Greg Abbott said in a video released Friday afternoon.

"This is necessary because more than 45,000 people have been apprehended crossing our border in just the last three weeks and they've come from across the entire globe — coming from 52 different countries," he said.

Chief Political Correspondent Byron York on the expanded Washington Examiner magazine

Presently, 1,200 National Guard troops are stationed on the border in Texas, including 200 from other states, according to an official with Abbott's office.

In addition, 500 officers from the state's Department of Public Safety had already been directed to the southern border to assist agents.

Some of the newly deployed guardsmen will assist at Border Patrol migrant holding facilities in the Rio Grande Valley and El Paso regions of Texas, which will hold single adults. Troops will also be assigned as enforcement for ports of entry, or international crossing points.

Abbott vowed in a press release to bill the federal government and not state residents for the supplemental troops.

Border Patrol's parent agency, Customs and Border Protection, has asked Congress for supplemental funding because the record-high number of families arriving at the border has maxed out its facilities. Congress has not passed supplemental funding since February, when it gave CBP additional money to create temporary facilities to house people.

Abbott said Friday his action was in response to lawmakers' inaction on the issue.

In May, 132,000 people illegally crossed into the United States from Mexico. Border Patrol breaks those numbers down by nine regions and some overlap state lines, making it impossible to know the exact number of apprehensions made in Texas alone. It was somewhere between 64,000 and 102,000 last month, Cato immigration analyst David Bier noted.

In fiscal 2017, individuals from 151 countries were taken into custody along the entire southern border.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 June 2019 at 22:06
We had this problem with an influx of refugees comming by boat like 20-10 years ago.

What we initially did was put them in an old military facility in the centre of the desert. Still, the lawyers and radical left had access and helped them.

Then the politicians announced they had to reach the Australian mainland to be processed and took our external island near Indonesia off the migrating zone.

They then made the ultimate deterant by paying off neighbouring nations to process and house the refugees as long as those nations were in line with UN guidelines.

We shipped them to Papua Nu Guinea and Naru. This kept radicals and Lawyers from sticking their nose in!
The refugees were housed in there that long and were told they couldn’t get to the Australian mainland but if they wanted to go home or go settle in Cambodia where we did a deal with we’d assist them financially to do so.
This stopped the flow of immigrants and sent messages to their hives back home that it wasn’t worthwhile.

Sure they rioted, destroyed buildings but we gave them tents to live in instead, so too bad! They thought they’d get to the mainland if they burnt the place down!?

If the US thinks it’s good enough to put terrorists in Guantanamo bay Cuba why can’t they do the same with the boarder jumpers and just build the bloody wall( the obvious deterant)? Or pay off another neighbour to process them? Stick them in remote Alaska for processing not like they’d run off too far? Improve Alaska’s economy by housing a Gaol .
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 June 2019 at 22:53
If the US thinks it’s good enough to put terrorists in Guantanamo bay Cuba why can’t they do the same with the boarder jumpers and just build the bloody wall( the obvious deterant)?

Found the solution. Send them to Puerto Rico. They claim their population is dropping. Plus they already speak Spanish. Problem solved. Then we can work on stopping the Puerto Ricans from coming to the States, because that where their citizens have gone.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 June 2019 at 23:51
When I was in Germany last, I met a Puerto Rican who had a US passport. So that is a US protectorate or external territory like what Guam is? Not a state?

If the muds knew they’d score a US passport quickly that wouldn’t Be a big deterrent. If you changed the law perhaps and made it that if you came illegally, then worked in Puerto Rico for 10 years and contributed with your tax then you got citizenship. It may be a better deterrent?

How it is all going now is ludicrous and unsustainable. The Liberal states cause hinderance for the president to do his job as do the Judges! Then right wing states are in a civil war with the liberal ones. You have Billionaire Sorros vs Billionaire Trump trying to do stuff to fight each other.

The laws aren’t made for the US people but aliens.
The laws aren’t tough enough on American firms who take illegals as cheap labour.
The :- crime, drugs, Street disease from Typhoid, lack of housing and overcrowding of Gaols and Hospitals will destroy the place.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 25 June 2019 at 23:55
Heartbreaking images reveal the tragedy of the migrant crisis after a Salvadoran man and his 23-month-old daughter drowned in the Rio Grande while the child's mother watched on


Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez, 25, and his daughter Valeria were found face down in shallow water on the Mexico side of the river across from Brownsville, Texas on Monday morning.

Photos from the scene show his black shirt hiked up to his chest with the girl's head tucked inside. Her arm was draped around his neck suggesting she clung to him in her final moments.

Martínez's 21-year-old wife Tania Vanessa Ávalos said she was present and looked on in horror as the tragedy unfolded, when Ramírez tried to cross the border illegally by swimming across the river near Matamoros, Mexico


Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 June 2019 at 04:09
Heartbreaking images reveal the tragedy of the migrant crisis after a Salvadoran man and his 23-month-old daughter drowned in the Rio Grande while the child's mother watched on

And now, Brother IVT, you know why they are called Wetbacks. :cowboy

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 June 2019 at 07:01
If the immigrants were not Muslim, and Christian ... Jesus would walk on water and help out!


It’s a Wonder “ZOG” didn’t give all the reffo cheats floaties?! Sorros could hook that up I’m sure?
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 27 June 2019 at 03:41
'Much can be learned!' Donald Trump praises Australia's immigration policy as he shares old government posters declaring 'our borders are closed'

* Australian government launched campaign against illegal immigration in 2014
* Mr Trump tweeted some of the posters from the campaign and praised them
* One poster shows a boat on a rough, open ocean with the warning: 'NO WAY'


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Extract: US President Donald Trump has pointed to an old Australian government campaign to deter illegal immigrants as an example to follow in his own border protection agenda.

Mr Trump, who is on his way to the G20 leaders meeting in the Japanese city of Osaka on Wednesday, posted a tweet to his 61.4 million followers with pictures of the 2014 posters.

'These flyers depict Australia's policy on Illegal Immigration,' Mr Trump wrote. 'Much can be learned!'
One of the Australian posters is a photo of a boat on a rough, open ocean with the warning: 'NO WAY. YOU WILL NOT MAKE AUSTRALIA HOME'.

Another says: 'Australia's borders are closed to illegal immigration'.

The president's strong stance against illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico into the US was a major issue in his 2016 election campaign and was expected to be the focus of his upcoming 2020 re-election bid.

The posters were created as part of the Australian government's Operation Sovereign Borders campaign after Tony Abbott won power in 2013.



Glad somebody else in our five eyes network thinks our stance on illegals is good! I hope he has learned from us and will stick the illegals off shore to deter the crooks!

In reply to @realDonaldTrump - What White People are not allowed to say ...

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Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 27 June 2019 at 12:37
Dodged a bullet. Unfortunately we're stuck paying her medical bills. But at least she wasn't able to give birth to an anchor, which would have allowed her to live in the U.S. on welfare for the next 18 years.


Honduran migrant delivers stillborn after being apprehended at border

The woman was apprehended by Border Patrol agents Monday morning in Texas and taken for a medical screening.

A pregnant woman from Honduras delivered a stillborn at a hospital after being apprehended at the border in Texas, Customs and Border Protection said in a statement Wednesday.

The woman, who was unidentified, was apprehended by Border Patrol agents on Monday morning near McAllen, Texas, according to the CBP statement, which cited initial reports.

The woman was medically screened at the McAllen Central Processing Center and authorities determined she was in need of medical attention, the statement said.

She was then transported to a local hospital "where hospital medical staff were unable to detect a fetal heartbeat," the statement said.

The woman gave birth to the stillborn shortly after.

CBP said further details about the stillbirth were not available pending a review and results from the medical examiner.

In February, a Honduran woman delivered a stillborn at an immigration detention center after going into premature labor.

In the last nine months, six children have died in U.S. immigration custody or shortly after being released.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 27 June 2019 at 13:39
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 June 2019 at 15:22
So I guess this is the new thing by the propaganda media. They went from trying to convince everyone that their was no problem at our southern border or at the most no more than a manufactured crisis made by the president, to now saying it's a humanitarian crisis. And now they feel the need to tell us of every mud race invader that they find dead or have all but killed themselves from the journey to later die in border patrol custody on our dime.

How about this M.S.M. , just tell me when the government passes a policy to start executing these mud races as they step a foot over our borders and then I'll throw a party to celebrate. RAHOWA!!!


Another migrant dies in Border Patrol custody

by Anna Giaritelli
June 29, 2019

A man from El Salvador has died while being held in federal immigration custody, U.S. Customs and Border Protection shared Saturday night.

The death marks the eighth such incident where a person in custody died after passing through Border Patrol this fiscal year, which started in October.

CBP has not shared details about incidents surrounding the death, including when he was taken to the hospital, the date of death, or what symptoms he was showing that prompted the hospital call.

“Protection are saddened by the unfortunate death of a 43-year-old man from El Salvador who was rushed to the hospital after falling into medical distress,” CBP said in a statement. “Our condolences are with his family. CBP is committed to the health, safety and humane treatment of those in our custody.”

A law enforcement official to the Associated Press the man, who crossed into the U.S. with his daughter, had been held at the Rio Grande Valley central processing center in McAllen, Texas, for about a week and had been medically checked after experiencing health problems. The official said the daughter, whose age has not been disclosed, was still in Border Patrol custody and is in the process of being transferred to a government-run shelter for unaccompanied children who cross the southern border.

Border Patrol and the Trump administration have been criticized in recent weeks for sub-standards some migrants are being held in at overcrowded federal facilities, including a recent incident at a Clint, Texas, facility involving children.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 July 2019 at 22:52

Photos taken by Homeland Security inspectors show migrants being held in dangerously overcrowded holding facility cells with some being forced to sleep on the ground with foil blankets and others only given wet wipes to stay clean.

The disturbing conditions were uncovered last month when Department of Homeland Security inspectors visited multiple holding facilities in Rio Grande Valley, Texas.

The photos showing migrants in detention were included in a report written by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General that was made public on Tuesday. 

As public outrage grows over the conditions in which thousands of people - some no more than a few months old - are being held by the U.S. government, the report offered new cause for alarm.

The report was released a day after a group of Democratic congressmen, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, visited the Border Patrol facility in Clint, Texas, on the other side of the state, where lawyers previously reported some 250 children being detained in squalid conditions

The inspectors reported serious overcrowding at the facilities and prolonged detention of unaccompanied children, families and single adults.

The report states that children at three of the facilities inspected had no access to showers and limited access to a change of clothes.

While all facilities had infant formula, diapers, baby wipes and juice and snacks for the children, two facilities hadn't provided children with hot meals.

Some adults were being held in standing room only conditions for a week and others were being held for more than a month in overcrowded cells.

Many adults had only been given bologna sandwiches during their time in detention and had become so constipated they required medical attention. 

Border patrol management told the inspectors that some adult males had been clogging toilets with blankets and socks just so they could be released from the cells during maintenance.

The inspectors reported that they left one facility fearing their presence was a 'ticking time bomb' because detainees were banging on the cell windows and pressing notes to the glass about how long they'd been held in custody.

Agents were giving detainees wet wipes to maintain hygiene and most adults were still wearing the same clothes they'd arrived in days, weeks and even a month prior.

Inspectors reported that border patrol agents were holding about 8,000 detainees in custody when they visited and 1,500 had been in custody for more than 10 days

Around 7,500 people are detained there now, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Of those in custody, there were more than 50 children under the age of seven and some of them had been in custody for more than two weeks. 

Customs and Border Protection is responsible for providing short-term detention for those arriving without valid travel documents, the report states.

Government rules call for children to be held by the Border Patrol in their short-term stations for no longer than 72 hours before they are transferred to the custody of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The report, which was addressed to the acting DHS secretary Kevin McAleenan, urged the department to take immediate action on the issues of overcrowding and long-term detention.

The Border Patrol made 132,887 apprehensions in May, including 84,542 adults and children traveling together. With long-term facilities for adults and children at capacity, President Donald Trump's administration has said it has to hold people in unsuitable Border Patrol facilities for much longer than the 72 hours normally allowed by law.

In a statement included in the report, DHS blamed "an acute and worsening crisis" and said it had tried to expand detention capacity and improve the conditions under which migrant families are held. 

An autopsy report also released Tuesday confirmed that a 2-year-old child who died in April had multiple intestinal and respiratory infectious diseases, including the flu. Wilmer Josué Ramírez Vásquez is one of five children to die after being detained by border agents since late last year.

The autopsy report says Wilmer was in 'respiratory distress' when he was brought to an emergency room on April 6. His grandmother, Dorotea Castillo, told The Associated Press in June that Wilmer was already in delicate health when they left Guatemala, and crossed into the U.S. with a high fever and difficulty breathing.

The Border Patrol said after Wilmer's death that it had detained Wilmer and his mother for three days when his mother told agents her son was ill. It didn't specify if that was the first report or sign that Wilmer was sick. The agency did not respond to follow-up questions sent Tuesday

The head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection has already said he is stepping down as his agency is under siege over the discovery of dozens of children in filthy conditions at one of its stations in Texas.

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner John Sanders said in a message to employees that he would resign on July 5. He did not give a reason for leaving his job.

Lawmakers have so far been unable to impose standards of care and seek broader immigration reforms.

Trump signed an emergency $4.6 billion border funding package into law this week after lawmakers split over putting restrictions on how the money can be spent.

Some House Democrats wanted more standards on the facilities, but they ran up against resistance from centrist colleagues and those in the Senate.

Republicans complained that Democrats delayed the funding.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus led a tour of migrant facilities this week and lawmakers decried the conditions inside the Texas centers.

Lawmakers have said border officials were taking photos of the congressional delegation during the tour.

Some of the female members of Congress said it made them feel uneasy, given new revelations about a Facebook group of current and retired border agents posting derogatory comments about some of lawmakers, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y

The attorneys discussed the case on the condition that the AP not release the girl's name or her country of origin out of concern for her family's safety.

She and her sister are the latest of hundreds of migrant children who have been held this year in holding cells at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection station near El Paso that has come under fire for holding children in squalid and unsanitary conditions.

El Paso, Texas, attorney Taylor Levy, who worked with the girl's family, said she and her sister were separated from their aunt when they arrived in the U.S. on May 23.

The children were put in the Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas, for 12 days, Levy said. Their aunt is still being detained.

Levy said the girls' mother fled an abusive husband and arrived in the U.S. four years ago. She has applied for asylum.

The girls stayed behind with their aunt, but the three headed north in May after the girls' father threatened them, Levy said

The girl also added that the kids at the holding facility were frantically calling out for their parents and close relatives.

'There are some children, like the age of my sister, they cried for their mother or their father. They cried for their aunt. They missed them,' she said.

'They cried and they were locked up.'

Lawyers who visited the Clint facility last month after the girls had already been released said the conditions were perilous, with more than 250 children trying to take care of each other, passing toddlers between them, with inadequate food, water and sanitation.

The girl said that the one blanket that she was given and used to sleep on the floor with was not enough to fend off the cold-like conditions at the center.

'No, some children were sick. They said that they'd take them to hospitals, but they wouldn't take them,' she said.

Customs and Border Protection officials have repeatedly said the agency is 'in a crisis mode' with too many immigrants and not enough resources.

Customs gave journalists a tour of the Clint Border Station on June 26.

In a facility designed to temporarily hold 100 adults, there were 117 children when AP visited, well below the 700 children Border Patrol said were detained there at one point earlier this year.

On Friday, a federal judge ordered that an independent monitor appointed last year move 'post haste' to improve conditions at Border Patrol stations, where children are supposed to be held just 72 hours.

Some had been held almost a month at the Clint station.

Levy said she helped reunite the 12-year-old girl and her sister with their mother. The mother flew to Texas from Minnesota to pick them up on June 3 after a Border Patrol official told her the girls had been repeatedly hospitalized with the flu.

'It was an incredibly difficult reunification. The kids were just highly, highly traumatized,' Levy said.

The Border Patrol site is the same one that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez along with 14 members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus visited Monday.

'[Some] have been her for a few days but there are also children that have arrived to these facilities a couple of months [ago],' Ocasio-Cortez said.

'I also have concerns about the children that can only speaks K’iche, Mam o other dialects, indigenous languages.'

She also took Washington to task and said, 'we are caging indigenous people,' on her Twitter account on Monday.

The freshman congresswoman's visit also sparked a firestorm after the was accused of 'screaming and yelling' at border agents after allegedly catching them discussing setting up a GoFundMe fundraising page for an officer who photoshopped her face on an illicit image.

She denied she 'threatened' Customs and Border Protection officers.

AOC reportedly shouted at federal law enforcement agents 'in a threatening manner', and refused to tour the facility, according to two people who witnessed the incident.

'She comes out screaming at our agents, right at the beginning… Crying and screaming and yelling,' one witness said according to the Washington Examiner.

'The agents, they wanted to respond, but they held back because she's a congressional delegate. But when you have someone yelling at you in a threatening manner… They were like, 'Hey, you need to kinda step back.'

A second official claimed that while she was near the agents, Ocasio-Cortez hit out at them for a Facebook page which was exposed in which officers shared lewd images including a photoshopped picture of her giving Donald Trump oral sex.


Nobody invited them in there! If it’s getting too intense there chuck them in Peurto Rico for processing. Perhaps Mexico is a better place to be in anyway?
Build the wall instead of this “pussyfooting around”.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 03 July 2019 at 18:52
The title of this article acts like there's a cunning/secretive motive to A.O.C. Truthfully it's quite a simple explanation. She's a low IQ mud race that has White Jealousy. Just like the rest of our enemies who constantly attack us.


Behind Ocasio-Cortez’s border-camp theater

By Post Editorial Board
July 2, 2019 | 7:45pm | Updated

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) addresses the media after touring the Clint, Texas, Border Patrol Facility housing children.Getty Images

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is horrified at what she’s seen on her visit to a holding facility for illegal immigrants — just a week after she voted against emergency funding to improve conditions at what she’d taken to calling “concentration camps.”

This after months when Democrats insisted that talk of a border crisis was just a Trump administration contrivance, and refused to even vote on its requests for funds.

AOC has a great gift for theater, as in her claim that detained women are forced to drink from toilets — which apparently refers to standard plumbing units for these facilities, which hold both a sink and toilet.

This was almost as inspired as her stunt last fall, getting photographed with tears while supposedly viewing kids held in cages — when a wider shot revealed that she was actually looking at an empty lot.

All the outrage is supposed to lead the American public to blame President Trump. Even when Democrats admit that overcrowding at these “camps” dates at least to the Obama era, they pretend the US government is the cause of the chaos.

Yet Washington didn’t tell these migrants to travel across thousands of miles of Mexico to then cross the US border illegally. It’s the governments down in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to blame for conditions there, as El Salvador’s new president, Nayib Bukele, told the BBC on Monday.

If anyone’s encouraging them to come, it’s people out to provoke a crisis — immigration activists who think it will promote their desired reforms; drug cartels that profit from the border chaos; politicians back home, milking their own agendas.

The combination has created a wave of more than 100,000 illegal border-crossers a month, overwhelming the Border Patrol and the agencies tasked with housing, feeding and caring for the detainees.

Yet, though the migrants have been coached to claim asylum under US law, their motives are mainly economic: Undocumented immigrants from these countries have profited from time in the United States for decades, and the courts wind up denying most asylum claims.

The grassroots of the Democratic Party has gone full-bore #AbolishICE. The 2020 contenders are rushing out plans for waving the migrants through, and vowing to provide themwith free health care, too. But that’s not US law now, nor remotely what most Americans want — since it would plainly invite far larger waves, from across the globe.

AOC’s theatrics aim to play on American hearts — and distract American minds from her absurd prescriptions. At bottom, she’s just exploiting the suffering she claims to deplore.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 05 July 2019 at 00:55
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 05 July 2019 at 13:15
Bad enough we have to deal with the overwhelming flow of Spanish speaking mud races but now the rest of the world's garbage has joined the invasion. Maybe if some of those muslim sand niggers jump the border to fulfill their jihad by bombing a few cities, then maybe we can start being serious about our border security.


U.S. Dream Pulls African Migrants in Record Numbers Across Latin America

July 5, 2019

TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - Marilyne Tatang, 23, crossed nine borders in two months to reach Mexico from the West African nation of Cameroon, fleeing political violence after police torched her house, she said.

She plans to soon take a bus north for four days and then cross a tenth border, into the United States. She is not alone - a record number of fellow Africans are flying to South America and then traversing thousands of miles of highway and a treacherous tropical rainforest to reach the United States.

Tatang, who is eight months pregnant, took a raft across a river into Mexico on June 8, a day after Mexico struck a deal with U.S. President Donald Trump to do more to control the biggest flows of migrants heading north to the U.S. border in more than a decade.

The migrants vying for entry at the U.S. southern border are mainly Central Americans. But growing numbers from a handful of African countries are joining them, prompting calls from Trump and Mexico for other countries in Latin America to do their part to slow the overall flood of migrants.

As more Africans learn from relatives and friends who have made the trip that crossing Latin America to the United States is tough but not impossible, more are making the journey, and in turn are helping others follow in their footsteps, migration experts say.

Trump's threats to clamp down on migrants have ricocheted around the globe, paradoxically spurring some to exploit what they see as a narrowing window of opportunity, said Michelle Mittelstadt, communications director for the Migration Policy Institute, a Washington-based think tank.

"This message is being heard not just in Central America, but in other parts of the world," she said.

Data from Mexico's interior ministry suggests that migration from Africa this year will break records.

The number of Africans registered by Mexican authorities tripled in the first four months of 2019 compared with the same period a year ago, reaching about 1,900 people, mostly from Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which remains deeply unstable years after the end of a bloody regional conflict with its neighbors that led to the deaths of millions of people.


Tatang, a grade school teacher, said she left northwest Cameroon due to worsening violence in the English-speaking region, where separatists are battling the mostly French-speaking government for autonomy.

"It was so bad that they burned the house where I was living ... they would have killed me," she said, referring to government forces who tried to capture her.

At first, Tatang planned only to cross the border into Nigeria. Then she heard that some people had made it to the United States.

"Someone would say, 'You can do this,'" she said. 'So I asked if it was possible for someone like me too, because I'm pregnant. They said, 'Do this, do that.'"

Tatang begged her family for money for the journey, which she said so far has cost $5,000.

She said her route began with a flight to Ecuador, where Cameroonians don't need visas. Tatang went by bus and on foot through Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala until reaching Mexico.

She was still deciding what to do once she got to Mexico's northern border city of Tijuana, she said, cradling her belly while seated on a concrete bench outside migration offices in the southern Mexican city of Tapachula.

"I will just ask," she said. "I can't say, 'When I get there, I will do this.' I don't know. I've never been there."

Reuters spoke recently with five migrants in Tapachula who were from Cameroon, DRC and Angola. Several said they traveled to Brazil as a jumping-off point.

They were a small sampling of the hundreds of people - including Haitians, Cubans, Indians and Bangladeshis - clustered outside migration offices.

Political volatility in Cameroon and the DRC in recent years has displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

People from the DRC made up the third largest group of new refugees globally last year with about 123,000 people, according to the U.N. Refugee Agency, while Cameroon's internally displaced population grew by 447,000 people.

The number of undocumented African migrants found by authorities in Mexico quadrupled compared to five years ago, reaching nearly 3,000 people in 2018.

Most obtain a visa that allows them free passage through Mexico for 20 days, after which they cross into the United States and ask for asylum.

Few choose to seek asylum in Mexico, in part because they don't speak Spanish. Tatang said the language barrier was especially frustrating because she speaks only English, making communication difficult both with Mexican migration officials and even other Africans, such as migrants from DRC who speak primarily French.

Those who reach the United States often send advice back home, helping make the journey easier for others, said Florence Kim, spokeswoman for the International Organization for Migration in West and Central Africa.

Like their Central American migrant counterparts, some Africans are also showing up with families hoping for easier entries than as individuals, said Mittelstadt of the Migration Policy Institute.

U.S. data shows a huge spike in the number of families from countries other than Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras at the U.S. southern border. Between last October and May 16,000 members of families were registered, up from 1,000 for the whole of 2018, according to an analysis by the MPI.

The grueling Latin America trek forces migrants to spend at least a week trudging across swampland and hiking through mountainous rainforests in the lawless Darien Gap that is the only link between Panama and Colombia.

Still, the route has a key advantage: Countries in the region typically do not deport migrants from other continents due in part to the steep costs and lack of repatriation agreements with their home countries.

That relaxed attitude could change, however.

Under a deal struck with United States last month, Mexico may start a process later this month to become a safe third country, making asylum seekers apply for refuge in Mexico and not the United States.

To lessen the load on Mexico, Mexico and the United States plan to put pressure on Central American nations to do more to prevent asylum seekers, including African migrants, from moving north.

For the moment, however, more Africans can be expected to attempt the journey, said IOM's Kim.

"They want to do something with their life. They feel lack a future in their country," she said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 05 July 2019 at 22:12
^ She was in Nigeria first land of the scammers!
They told her to go to the US and have her baby there.
So she has been to a bunch of other countries capable of dealing with the asylum claim but breaks her neck literally to get into the US while being pregnant!

What’s wrong with Equador? They were good enough to give Julian Assange asylum?!

So some French speakers burnt down the English speaker’s house in Cameroon? Nigeria speaks English. Not safe enough? She had $5kUS hardly poor!

Now the third world thinks it’s their God given right to go roll up to a Western nation’s door and expect to be processed?!

I hope Trump makes good on processing the illegals off shore and removing the “carrots” from their game.

How about putting them on a boat saying Hawaii will take them and 1/2 way out there sink the thing. Nobody would know! Or just keep the boat and don’t give them anything to drink and chuck their bodies overboard when they are either too weak to fight back or simply just finished?
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 July 2019 at 00:25
I thought Haiti was the nation the coloreds loved for over throwing their "White oppressors", so that they could make a once great nation into a sh!thole. And now they're jumping our borders to live in the "racist" White country of the U.S. I know I can't be the only one to see the irony in this.


Border Patrol agents in Del Rio arrest more than 1,000 Haitians in less than a month

Updated 6 hours ago

Agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection in the Del Rio Sector have arrested more than 1,000 Haitian nationals since June 10, according to a CBP news release.

Before June 10, Border Patrol agents in the Del Rio Sector had arrested 17 Haitian nationals this fiscal year, the release states.

Since October, the total apprehensions by Border Patrol agents to date are in excess of 40,000 people, already more than double the total number of arrests made during the previous fiscal year, according to the release.

About 800 of the 1,000 apprehensions are members of a family unit, and include over 230 minor children who are nationals of a third country such as Brazil and Chile. Many of these family units have resided in Chile and other South American countries for several years prior to departing for the United States, the release states.

On June 22, 2019, Border Patrol agents in Del Rio arrested a group of 105 people after they crossed the Rio Grande. The group consisted of about 82 Haitians as well as a number of South American and African nationals, according to the release.

Two days later, agents in Del Rio arrested a group of 205 people after they crossed the Texas-Mexico border. The group on June 24 consisted of about 122 Haitian nationals, but also included nationals from South American and African countries, the release states.

“Our agents are seeing a rise in Haitian nationals entering the country illegally, which presents challenges that we are meeting head on,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz. “We will continue to do everything we can to care for these family units with small children.”

More than 34,000 of the individuals arrested this year, over 80 percent, are from approximately 49 countries other than Mexico, according to the release.

"All immigrants arrested are medically evaluated and are referred to medical professionals for more advanced care if needed," the release states.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 July 2019 at 01:47
I know what’ll occur! Because Australia stopped taking illegals (and making it hard for them to come) and only bona-fide refugees from camps the US will process some of these people as bona-fide refugees.

I can envisage them asking us (and other white countries) to accept some?!

Then we’ll try get the Christian muds first. The Central Americans most likely. As part of our humanitarian intake the UN pushes on us. (Yes we already have Barro 13 here >:()

To boot, with all this crap going on in Hong Kong with China asserting herself by trying to extradite people who they “think” are crooks into China and the Mayhem it’s causing there you can expect them all trying to get out and go to other Western countries!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 July 2019 at 15:20
The border arrest has dropped to just over 104,000 for the month of June. It's still a major problem no matter how the propaganda media tries to spin it. I do agree that some of  drop may be do to Mexico's minor involvement, due to the tariff threat. But who knows maybe the muds were just sneakier last month and were able to pass the border undetected. One thing we do know, the U.S. hasn't done anything to reduce the flow of mud races.




The number of migrants arrested along the southern border of the United States dipped for the first time this year, but the number of arrests still topped 100,000 for the fourth-consecutive month.

The Department of Homeland Security released its June numbers on Tuesday, and they said officials arrested 104,344 in June — down from more than 144,000 in May. The decreases were across the board, meaning all demographics had fewer numbers than the previous month.

Homeland Security released a statement about the latest numbers, claiming the lessened amount of detained migrants could help them address well-being for children and other migrants.

"The reduction in apprehensions accounts for decreases across all demographics, including unaccompanied minors, family units and single adults, as well as decreases in migrants from all Northern Triangle countries, particularly those coming from Guatemala," DHS said.

"Decreasing apprehension numbers will provide greater opportunities for the DHS to address capacity challenges for those in custody and speed the movement of unaccompanied children into Health and Human Services (HHS) care."

Central American asylum seekers wait as U.S. Border Patrol agents take them into custody on June 12, 2018 near McAllen, Texas. The families were then sent to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing center for possible separation. U.S. border authorities are executing the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy towards undocumented immigrants. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions also said that domestic and gang violence in immigrants' country of origin would no longer qualify them for political asylum status.PHOTO BY JOHN MOORE/GETTY IMAGES

Though the number of arrests in June is down from May, it is still more than double the number of apprehensions in June 2018(43,180).

The reduced number from May to June this year follows the Trump administration working with Mexico to have Mexican law enforcement officials help crack down on migrants passing through Mexico, or else face lofty tariffs.

Mexico has deployed thousands of troops around the country, from its southern border with Central American countries — where most immigrants hail — all the way to the U.S. border, where they have apprehended families who are sometimes just a few steps from American soil, according to the Washington Post.

"The southern border is being policed very well by Mexico," Trump said last Friday. "You'll see the numbers starting to come in very well."

The migrant arrests in January this year was slightly less than 60,000, and it has steadily climbed each month until today's numbers were released.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 July 2019 at 12:54
This executive order would have accomplished a lot to slow the invasion at our border. Sometimes the eneffectiveness of our government baffles me (then I remember that the JOG is working to destroy us) . I just don't understand how one of the 1000s of judges or even organizations (like the ACLU in this article) can all but strike down a presidential orders or at least hold them up in the courts for years. This is why as Creators, we believe in the Leadership Principle. The only effective way to run a country/civilization.


ACLU files lawsuit to block Trump’s sweeping asylum ban

07/16/2019 06:15 PM EDT

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit today to halt a sweeping new regulation that cuts off asylum for migrants who passed through another country en route to the U.S.-Mexico border.

The ACLU — representing four advocacy organizations — argued that President Donald Trump’s latest crackdown violates federal immigration and regulatory laws.

“This is the Trump administration’s most extreme run at an asylum ban yet,” said ACLU attorney Lee Gelernt in a related announcement. “It clearly violates domestic and international law, and cannot stand.”

The departments of Justice and Homeland Security announced a new fast-track ruleMonday that will block asylum for any migrants who first pass through another country without applying for protections. The regulation would nullify the majority of asylum claims, including those of Central Americans fleeing persecution in their home countries.

In the lawsuit, which was filed in the Northern District of California, the ACLU argued the new regulation “is a part of an unlawful effort to significantly undermine, if not virtually repeal, the U.S. asylum system.”

The civil rights group contends the rule violates federal asylum law, which makes protections available to immigrants whether or not they arrive at a port of entry. In addition, they assert the administration ran afoul of regulatory guidelines when it issued the sweeping change immediately and without a thorough public process.

A federal judge in November temporarily halted a similar Trump policy that blocked migrants who cross between ports of entry from seeking asylum.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 July 2019 at 03:40

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday called the jail conditions of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman 'inhumane', after the drug lord was rushed out of New York within hours of receiving life sentence

Lopez Obrador said at his regular morning conference that sentences like the one for El Chapo - 'a sentence for life in a hostile jail, hard, inhumane' - made a life no longer worth living.

The convicted Mexican drug lord was forced to immediately depart for the highest security prison in the U.S. to serve his term, his lawyer confirmed on Thursday.

As well as his concern for the infamous kingpin's wellbeing, Lopez Obrador criticized the violence he wrought over his long career, and said society needed moral reforms.

'I also have many victims in mind,' he added. 'It's something very painful.'

Lopez Obrador has created a new militarized police force to bring down violence that has spiraled as cartels splinter and smaller groups fight for territory.

Last year, violence cost a record 33,000 lives. Those numbers continued surging in the first six months of Lopez Obrador's term in office, which began in December.

When asked whether he expected violence to rise further over coming weeks following the sentencing of El Chapo, Lopez Obrador said: 'No, on the contrary. We think that bit by bit the number of criminal incidents will decline.'

'We will continue to create a better society, supported by values, that is not based on accumulating material wealth, money or luxury,' Lopez Obrador said

If this Beaner king dislikes how USA deals with “El Chapo” and thinks the Gaol term is making life no longer worth living how about we have Trump satisfy this guy? We go sit him in an electric chair so he won’t live life!

Like wouldn’t have happened if they didn’t monitor him properly in their Gaols! Think about the lives he wrecked in the US?!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 July 2019 at 22:54
The mud races attack our border again. Instead of this non-lethal approach to our border's safety, we should take a more aggressive stance. Shoot a couple of those muds and the rest will retreat. And if not, then take out the rest of the threat. Obviously if they're storming our border in this type of behavior, they have demonstrated that they are our enemies. Not the poor families from terrible nations claiming amnesty like our enemies in the government and propaganda media want us to believe.


Border agents use tear gas to stop nearly 50 undocumented migrants who stormed Rio Grande bridge

By Robert Gearty, Samuel Chamberlain | Fox News

Violence erupts at the southern border

Border Patrol agents assaulted by immigrants attempting to rush a Texas port of entry.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents had to use tear gas and pepper spray early Saturday to stop nearly 50 “undocumented individuals” from illegally entering the U.S. after they stormed a port of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, officials said.

The incident at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge took place at around 4 a.m. The bridge is closed between midnight at 6 a.m., but CBP has had to construct temporary barriers in the middle of the span due to the large influx of migrants using the bridge at night.

A CBP official told Fox News the group attempted to rush across the bridge in three waves.

"Ignoring commands to stop, the group suddenly rushed the temporary barricades, bent metal poles and disabled the concertina wire affixed to the barrier,” the official said.

CBP officers, Border Patrol agents, Pharr police and members of the Texas Department of Public Safety were called upon to prevent the group’s entry, according to the official.

“Several males in the group disregarded commands to stop and physically pushed through the barriers,” the official said. “When confronted by CBP officers, the combative individuals began assaulting the officers by punching, kicking, and attempting to grab the officers’ protective devices.”

Two individuals were charged with interference and federal charges are pending against 14 others who were apprehended, the official said, adding that Mexican officials removed the remaining individuals from the bridge.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 25 July 2019 at 14:22
As if we needed it, here's more proof of how our enemies want no restrictions to the flow of illegals at our borders.


Judge blocks Trump asylum restrictions at US-Mexico border

WASHINGTON — Jul 25, 2019, 8:47 AM ET

A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop denying asylum to anyone who transits through another country to reach the U.S. border, marking the latest legal defeat for a president waging an all-out battle to stem the flow of migrants entering from Mexico.

The ruling by U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar in San Francisco on Wednesday came hours after another federal judge in Washington, D.C., let the 9-day-old policy stand. The California judge's preliminary injunction halts the policy while the lawsuit plays out in court.

The new policy denies asylum to anyone who passes through another country on the way to the U.S. without seeking protection there. Most crossing the Mexican border are from Central America, but it would apply to all nationalities except countries that border the U.S.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 July 2019 at 14:29
The propaganda media portrays that Mexico is helping to reduce the flow of muds in our direction by not allowing large caravans heading to the U.S. marching through their country. I tend to believe that they are not concerned with our immigration problems. I'd say the only reason they have done anything is do to the tariffs Tump had threatened. So this video of secret caravans are not really any of Mexico's concern, which I'm sure they are putting very little effort towards.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 03 August 2019 at 22:00
Admin Edit:  Also see Shooting at Texas Walmart


A gunman wearing ear protection and carrying an assault rife opened fire inside a Walmart this morning, killing multiple innocent people, according to eyewitnesses and officials.

Officers on scene have confirmed 10 people dead, with 30 injured.

KTSM is reporting 18 people are dead.

A video on Twitter appeared to show multiple people lying dead in the Walmart parking lot

Two people appeared to lie dead near a truck near the front of Walmart, a shopping cart between their bodies.

A man appeared to lie dead just outside Walmart.

A 4-month-old child is among those who were shot according to CBS News.

A 21 year old suspect is in custody and has been identified as Patrick Crusius of Dallas

The FBI is examining a manifesto that referenced the Christchurch shooting and indicated the “attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas

Reporter Scott Stedman has tweeted that the FBI has told him that the manifesto had been circulating on 8Chan.

8Chan is a controversial message board that has been described as “the home of the most vitriolic content on the internet.”

Stedman has read it and says the manifesto is “4 pages long. It is vile, references white supremacist literature and is filled with seething hatred towards Hispanics and immigrants.”

The alleged shooter also uploaded a letter sent to him by his college.

The letter says that they were investigating a report of the student being drunk in class, as reported by his professor.

Local and federal law enforcement descended on Cielo Vista Mall where SWAT officers and FBI agents rushed to seal off the area on the city’s east side.

Ambulances and more than 30 EMTs waited on the perimeter.

The shooting started around 11 a

A woman named Karina said she was driving in the parking lot with her 7-year-old daughter when she saw a white man in his twenties in front of the store’s main entrance, dressed in all black and carrying a long rifle.

Karina said she heard what sounded like “balloons popping” and saw the gunman shoot another man at “point-blank” range.

Miguel Rodriguez said he was was shopping for a toy for his 7-year-old son when he heard gunshots and ducked to the ground.

He said a person “started shooting everyone, aisle by aisle, with rage.”

Britney, 19, was with her 16-year-old brother and her mother in the store’s underwear aisle when she heard shooting.

The family dropped to the ground. Then Britney said she grabbed her mother and brother’s hands and they ran out of the store.

Ten people were taken to University Medical Center with level-one trauma injuries, a spokesperson told NBC News.

A local reporter, Rocco Aloe, reported a little boy told him his mom was killed

Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke of El Paso urged residents in El Paso to “stay safe.”

“Truly heartbreaking,” he wrote in a tweet. “Please follow all directions of emergency personnel as we continue to get more updates.

Walmart issued a statement as well:

“We’re in shock over the tragic events at Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso, where store 2201 & club 6502 are located,” the retailer said. “We’re praying for the victims, the community & our associates, as well as the first responders. We’re working closely with law enforcement & will update as appropriate.”

“Terrible shootings in El Paso, Texas,” President Trump tweeted this afternoon. “Reports are very bad, many killed. Working with State and Local authorities, and Law Enforcement. Spoke to Governor to pledge total support of Federal Government. God be with you all

Shooting at Walmart
Well I’ve talked about my views on here about US gun rights and massacres before. However I can see why US citizens are cheesed off!

More that 100,000. / month in unauthorised immigrants , no promised wall, pussy footing around in court. A divided country on the matter. I wonder if his manifesto will be banned too? He referenced Tarrant.

There could be some very bad reprisal attacks from Beaners now?!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 August 2019 at 19:13
If the start of this video isn't proof of why we need a border wall, I'm not sure what what else will work.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 August 2019 at 00:26
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 August 2019 at 02:48
I've seen articles claiming the last two month decline of border apprehensions was "thanks" to the mexican muds coming to our aid (if for any reason it was the threat of tariffs). I'm not so convinced they have done much. According to border patrol statistics in the summer months the flow of  muds at the border tend to slow. I would assume it's due to the heat.  We've had a very hot last couple months here in Illinois, so I can just imagine travelling across a desert. Unfortunately the real question is what's the number of the muds not getting caught crossing.


Border Apprehensions Declined Last Month, But Remain Double from Last July

While border apprehensions dropped below 100,000 for the first time since February, the border crisis is still far from over.


Today, Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) reported apprehending or deeming inadmissible more than 82,000 illegal immigrants during the month of July, marking the first time since February that apprehensions have dropped below 100,000 at the southwest border.

However, the total apprehensions from last month are equivalent to the population of Longview.

While these statistics indicate a reduction from approximately 104,000 to 82,000 between June and July this year, the total number of individuals apprehended or deemed inadmissible in July 2018 when compared to July 2019 has still more than doubled. 

While it is common for border apprehension statistics to be smaller by comparison in summer months, the release of these statistics comes as the crisis at the border continues and immigrants continue to arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border in unprecedented numbers.

Since the beginning of the fiscal year in October 2018 through July 2019, CBP has reported apprehending or deeming inadmissible a total of 862,785 individuals at the southern border.

With a $90 annual plan, you can become the most informed Texan you know for the cost of one overpriced sandwich per month.

By comparison, just over 521,000 individuals were apprehended or deemed inadmissible for the entirety of fiscal year 2018.

The Trump administration recently issued new immigration policies with the intent of reducing asylum-seeking at the U.S.-Mexico border, thereby hoping to alleviate strains placed on the overwhelmed immigration system.

Additionally, these statistics come just weeks after the U.S. signed a “safe-third country” agreement with Guatemalawith the hopes of further reducing strains on the system.

Under the terms of this agreement, individuals who first travel through Guatemala while en route to the U.S. must first seek-asylum in Guatemala, as opposed to the United States. 

In a statement last week, Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard announced similar statistics, when he reported a 39 percent declinein the number of immigrants traveling through Mexico to reach the U.S. from May to July, citing the drop as a “considerable reduction.”

The release of these apprehension statistics comes just one day after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents reported arresting nearly 700 illegal immigrants at seven poultry processing facilities in Mississippi in “what is believed to be the largest single-state immigration enforcement operation in our nation’s history,” U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi Mike Hurst said of the operation.

Earlier this week, CBP also announced the opening of two new Texas detention facilities in Donna and Tornilla with plans for continued expansions in Yuma, Arizona as the crisis at the border continues.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 August 2019 at 13:23
And our enemies try to tell us this isn't an invasion by the muds. But in fact we're in a war that we our losing due to the fact that our country won't recognize it, or better yet are purposely ignoring the problem.



A US Border Patrol boat on the Rio Grande takes fire from the Mexican side

By Susan Scutti, CNN | Fri August 9, 2019

A US Border Patrol boat was fired upon Friday from the Mexican riverbank, according to US Customs and Border Protection officials in the Rio Grande Valley, who tweeted this photo with details of the incident.

(CNN) — A US Border Patrol boat patrolling the Rio Grande was shot at early Friday morning from the riverbank on the Mexican side, US Customs and Border Protection, or CPB, reported.

More than 50 rounds were fired and the boat was hit several times, but no one on board was injured, according to the agency.

Shots rang out while the agents were patrolling near Fronton, Texas, the Rio Grande City Station Marine Unit reported. Agents saw four people with automatic weapons on the Mexican riverbank, CPB reported.

The incident is under investigation.

The Rio Grande City station's area of responsibility encompasses about 1,220 square miles of Starr County, Texas, including 68 miles of international border, the agency's website explains.

Three ports of entry -- Rio Grande City, Roma and Falcon Dam -- are located in the territory. Directly across the Rio Grande are the Mexican cities of Ciudad Camargo, Miguel Aleman, Mier and Nuevo Guerrero, all located in Tamaulipas, one of Mexico's 31 states.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 August 2019 at 14:32
I was watching t.v., seeing what kind of lies and White hatred the propaganda media is spewing today, when a commercial for the UNHCR -
- asking for donations to help the Spanish speaking mud races escape the dangerous gangs of their nations.

So basically not only do my enemies want us to pay to support the muds once they enter the U.S. for up to 20 years plus in many cases, but now our enemies want us to support their journey to our country also.

I had to vent, so this was my email to them:

I have recently seen one of your commercials and it deeply disturbed me as a proud White Man.

The commercial was directed towards my mind polluted Brothers and Sisters in the U.S.  The commercial was begging for money to help relocate the various mud races of the world (specifically the ones from the crime ridden South and Central American areas) to the U.S.

It's bad enough that we have to pay for these ungrateful muds through welfare programs for many years of their lives once they come to the U.S., now you want us to finance the journey of these people so that they can become a drain on our society. That is absolute madness. 

I'm sure this will land on dead ears, but I would like  you to recognize the devastation that you are profiting from and felt like someone should be calling you out on your anti-White agenda.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 August 2019 at 14:54
It’s not America’s fault they breed what they can’t feed! Don’t bring up kids in a war zone!

So what if their country is corrupt and crap! Not their God given right to come to a Western nation.

Sorros, the bastard seems to be already doing a good job of  financing this invading force!

It’s bloody bad enough Americans work only to get robbed of taxes to pay for this beaner invading force!

How about you make the Beaners earn their way in!? Probation?
Set up a concentration camp in north Alaska where you give them an exercise bike to generate power that goes to batteries for 7 years solid? See if you get any takers?!

You just watch, Australia will trade some Sri Lankan’s, Afghans or Iranians for some Beaners. Some dickhead wants to “collect the set”?
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 August 2019 at 12:16
Will this ever end?  More sick, dirty, bug infested Spanish speaking mud races apprehended crossing the border. Now I have to pay for their medical bills. I can think of so many better thing to spend my tax money on, like shipping these niggers and muds to an island far, far away from us.


Border Patrol nabs nearly 200 Central American migrants near New Mexico port of entry

By Danielle Wallace | Fox News

U.S. Border Patrol on Monday said agents apprehended a large group of nearly 200 illegal immigrants near a base at a New Mexico port of entry over the weekend.

The agency said 194 illegal immigrants were apprehended after 3 a.m. Sunday. They were trying to cross the border near Camp Bounds Forward Operating Base, located near the Antelope Wells Port of Entry in New Mexico, a statement read. The group consisted mostly of families and unaccompanied minors from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

Migrants, mostly from Central America, were apprehended Sunday trying to cross the border illegally near the Antelope Wells Port of Entry in New Mexico. (U.S. Customs and Border Patrol)

A 7-year-old travelling with a parent was airlifted to a hospital after tests showed he had a high fever. The child was diagnosed with the flu and later returned to Border Patrol custody. Initial medical screenings showed other migrants had lice and scabies.

“Large groups like these exacerbate the current immigration process further impacting our workforce, facilities, and resources,” Interim Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez said in a press release. “I commend the incredible work of our Border Patrol Agents who continue to push forward through this border crisis.”

Though the number of apprehensions has been down in recent months, border patrol operations are challenged by a high numbers of illegal immigrants entering the United States when compared to last year's figures. 172,000 migrants had been apprehended in the El Paso Sector this fiscal year, a large increase from more than 31,000 migrants apprehended during the entire fiscal year 2018.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 September 2019 at 12:25
Even though the official numbers aren't in yet, a 30% drop of arrests since last month and a 50% drop from May's numbers sound promising, but my concern is now more muds are crossing the border undetected. Since Mexico's "involvement", which I use that word loosely, they have stopped the large migrant caravans we use to see. I assume more for their sake than ours. As we heard from reports, those caravans were very destructive and disruptive, even to a sh!thole like Mexico. And due to the disbanding of these large groups of invaders, that we could easily see and stop, I believe that they are still coming just in smaller groups, which makes the muds harder to detect and stop their illegal crossings. Plus even if that 51,000 number is correct, that still adds up to over 600,000 muds for a year. Totally unacceptable!  Especially when those muds are able to claim asylum, be released into our country with a court date, and are never seen again. At least not until one kills someone or commits other violent crimes that are large enough to make the MSM have to report on it.


US Border Patrol arrests continue to drop in August with approximately 51,000 migrants arrested

By Geneva Sands, CNN
Posted at 5:56 PM ET, Wed September 4, 2019

(CNN) — Preliminary data indicates that US Border Patrol arrested around 51,000 people on the US-Mexico border in August, according to a Border Patrol source familiar with the data.

The August numbers show a consistent decline in arrests since the spring and come as the Trump administration has pushed forward numerous controversial policies intended to help stem the flow of migrants arriving at the southern border. An influx of migrant families and children, predominantly from Central America, strained resources along the border as severe overcrowding took hold earlier this summer.

Border Patrol apprehensions, a measure of illegal crossings, dropped around 30% from 71,999 in July to around 51,000 in August, according to the preliminary data.

Homeland Security acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan on Wednesday, appearing alongside President Donald Trump in the White House, said that preliminary border statistics indicate "a reduction of over 50% from May to today." The statistics will be released early next week.

The August numbers mark a significant decrease since the high in May of more than 130,000 arrests, but it still remains higher than any month in the past two fiscal years. Many migrants arriving at the southern border turn themselves into Border Patrol after arriving on US soil.

Politico first reported on the August apprehension numbers. Customs and Border Protection, which releases monthly border arrest numbers, does not comment on preliminary data.

McAleenan on Wednesday also praised "continued partnership with Mexico," regional support from Central American countries to combat irregular migration as well as enhancing security at the border.

Trump added, "The wall is being built. It's going up rapidly."

The administration has replaced and revamped sections of wall, but as of August no new miles of wall had been built where none previously existed.

Trump also thanked Mexico for its efforts to reduce illegal migration to the US border, claiming that "they have 25,000 soldiers right now protecting our border and they've done a fantastic job."

Last month, the Trump administration informed Congress of plans to shift at least $155 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster relief fund to support its policy of returning some migrants to Mexico to await their immigration court proceedings in the US.

Defending the administration's move to reprogram FEMA funds to the US-Mexico border even in the midst of Hurricane Dorian, Trump on Wednesday said, "We need help on the border, the numbers are really good."

On Tuesday, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper authorized the diverting of $3.6 billion in military construction funds for 11 wall projects on the southern border with Mexico, according to defense officials and a letter from Esper to the Senate Armed Services Committee.

The move was immediately slammed by lawmakers. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the decision "a slap in the face" to service members.

Last month, acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said that, while the situation was improving, "we are still in a full-blown crisis," referring to the high number of arrests in July.

A US Border Patrol official last month said a combination of factors contributed to the drop in arrests this summer, including Mexico's enforcement efforts and the continued rollout of the Migration Protection Protocols, whereby migrants are returned to Mexico to await their immigration proceedings.

"All of these things together (are) helping" the official said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 September 2019 at 11:28

It’s in the African’s programming to be “destruction machines” no matter where they are!
 They’d be more useful if we took them and dropped them on North Korea!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 September 2019 at 12:08

Rival Mexico Gangs Clash for El Chapo's Secret Drug Tunnels Under US Border

Notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman, 62, also known as El Chapo ('Shorty') was sentenced to life in US prison this summer. The court convicted Guzman on 10 counts, including drug trafficking, firearm possession in furtherance of drug crimes and participating in a money-laundering conspiracy.

Guzman was the principal leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, responsible for importing and distributing vast quantities of cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine and heroin into the widespread markets of the United States. After El Chapo was jailed in the US, rival criminal gangs engaged in a war for control for his infamous drug tunnels constructed under the US-Mexico border, The Daily Star newspaper reported.

"I imagine that at any one time there are between 10 and 50 tunnels operating. Not all of them are active at the same time but they will be available. The cartels have invested in a lot of time and effort over the years in building these tunnels. They’re picking out the right locations within urban areas, as well as desert, so that they can move the drugs. The best thing about operating in an urban area is of course that you can build your tunnel from within a building and have it come up within a building on the other side. It never gets seen by the authorities”, Duncan Wood, director of the Wilson Centre’s Mexico Institute, said, cited by The Daily Star

According to the pundit, cited by the UK-based media outlet, the notorious Sinaloa Cartel is not the only gang moving products across the border. Various criminal organisations can work hand-in-hand or compete against each other for the underground routes.

“There are tunnels which are controlled by one cartel but sometimes they rent them out to others. They basically take a cut of the profits for moving the drugs across the border, that cut of the profits is significant because the last mile is the most difficult and most dangerous. I don’t know whether you’ve got different factions controlling different crossings at the border. I’m sure that is the case, but I don’t know where”, said Wood, cited by The Daily Star.

In late 2018, US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents discovered an incomplete cross-border tunnel near the city of Jacumba in California, less than a mile north of the US-Mexico border, according to a media report. The tunnel reportedly contained solar panels designed to run electrical, lighting and ventilation systems, pumps to drain water and a rail system that stretched its entire length.

This kind of tunnel can cost between $1 million and $2 million to build, according to some but the money is made back in one drug shipment.

According to US-based media reports, El Chapo’s drug trafficking empire was built with the help of underground tunnels that reportedly infest the US-Mexico border. The underground corridors reportedly allow the movement of billions of dollars worth of narcotics and gave Shorty an edge over the competition.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 September 2019 at 12:22

Border Patrol agent wounded, suspect killed in Texas traffic stop shooting

By Melissa Leon | Fox News

Border Patrol agent hospitalized after shooting on the southern border.

A Border Patrol agent was shot and injured Friday night while conducting a traffic stop near the Texas-Mexico border and another agent shot and killed the gunman, authorities said Saturday.

According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), two agents from the Brackettville station and a Kinney County sheriff's deputy pulled over a vehicle on Ranch Road 674.

A passenger in the vehicle fired at the agents, injuring one of them. The second agent returned fire and hit the gunman, who was later pronounced dead at the scene. The vehicle's driver was taken into custody.

CBP later identified the deceased passenger as a 25-year-old man and a U.S. citizen. The driver was identified as a 32-year-old woman, also a U.S. citizen.

According to initial reports, two Brackettville Border Patrol Station agents were involved in a shooting incident last night while performing a vehicle stop. Full statement: http://bit.ly/2ZRvcZm 

The agent who was shot was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and was later airlifted to a San Antonio hospital, according to CBP. Neither the second agent nor the sheriff's deputy were injured.

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz tweeted about the incident Saturday night, saying, "Border Patrol Agents go out and do their duty each and every day despite the dangers. My prayers are with the agents involved and their families." …

Texas Border Patrol agents involved in shootout east of Del Rio

One person is dead and another one is in custody after a traffic stop in Bracketville led to a shootout with two Texas Border Patrol agents Friday night.

The FBI and Texas Rangers are investigating the incident, along with CBP’s Office of Professional Responsibility.

Brackettville is located about 115 miles west of San Antonio near the southern border with Mexico. The CBP statement about the incident noted that the area "is frequently used by smugglers to move narcotics and people from the border to San Antonio and other destinations."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 18 September 2019 at 12:25
Will this invasion of muds ever stop?


Arizona driver arrested after 31 illegal immigrants found in tractor-trailer, investigators say

By Talia Kaplan | Fox News

An Arizona man has been arrested and accused of human smuggling after Border Patrol agents found 31 illegal immigrants from Mexico in the tractor-trailer he was driving, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Tuesday.

Agents assigned to the Interstate 19 immigration checkpoint near Amado made the discovery after a Border Patrol dog alerted them to the tractor-trailer for a secondary inspection last week, officials said.

That is when agents discovered the immigrants, who were between the ages of 15 and 40, sitting inside the cargo trailer.

A scan of the tractor-trailer holding illegal immigrants. The driver was arrested. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

The 31 Mexican nationals, who were “all illegally present in the country,” were arrested as well, investigators said, adding that they will be processed for immigration violations.

Agents assigned to the I-19 immigration checkpoint discovered 31 Mexican nationals inside the back of the tractor-trailer. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

They also said the 40-year-old driver, who has not yet been identified, was an American living in Nogales, Ariz.

Border Patrol officials said the Department of Homeland Security launched "Operation Safeguard" to educate the trucking industry and the public on the life-threatening dangers involved in using commercial vehicles to smuggle people.

The operation was created in an effort to prevent deaths at the hands of smugglers.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 September 2019 at 01:45
Arizona driver arrested after 6 million illegal immigrants found in ashtray, investigators say

By Talia Kaplan | Fox News

An Arizona man has been arrested and accused of human smuggling after Border Patrol agents found 6 million illegal immigrants from Israel in the ashtray of the vehicle he was driving, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Tuesday.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 September 2019 at 18:39
Tell those mud races No Entrée, finish the fence/wall barrier and shut the border down to them. That will eliminate the majority of this problem.


Immigration court backlog exceeds 1 million cases, data group says

By Priscilla Alvarez, CNN
Updated at 5:42 PM ET, Wed September 18, 2019

(CNN) — The immigration court backlog now exceeds 1 million cases, according to Syracuse University's Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, which tracks immigration court data.

Immigration courts, which fall under the Justice Department and decide whether to deport immigrants, have been bogged down over the years as more cases are added to the docket that can be addressed at any given time.

"If nothing else, the continuing rise of the backlog shows that the immigration court is broken," said Judge Ashley Tabaddor, president of the National Association of Immigration Judges. "Until we fix the design defect of having a court in a law enforcement agency, we will not be able to address the backlog in a fair and effective manner."

President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized the nation's immigration system, specifically taking issue with the practice of releasing immigrants while they await their court dates. To remedy that, his administration has sought to hire more immigration judges in the hopes of unclogging the court. Even so, the number of cases has continued to tick upward.

During the last partial government shutdown, for example, the only cases that moved forward were those of immigrants in detention. All others were postponed.

In January, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse estimated that more than 42,000 immigration court hearings had been canceled as a result of the shutdown -- exacerbating an issue Trump had pledged to resolve.

"The latest case-by-case court records through the end of August 2019 show the court's active case backlog was 1,007,155," according to the clearinghouse's reportreleased Wednesday. "If the additional 322,535 cases which the court says are pending but have not been placed on the active caseload rolls are added, then the backlog now tops 1.3 million."

While a Justice Department spokesman said in a statement to CNN that the department "does not certify data from third parties," the spokesman added: "This report and DOJ's own data further confirms there is a crisis at the border. This Administration is taking aggressive steps to increase productivity, close loopholes, and hire a record number of judges to address the backlog with our existing authorities."

While the clearinghouse doesn't attribute the backlog to any one factor, the American Bar Association has previously proposed a major overhaul of the US immigration system, calling the courts "irredeemably dysfunctional."

"The state of the U.S. immigration court system has worsened considerably since our 2010 Report," that March report noted, mentioning an unprecedented backlog of cases, increased wait times, policy changes that aim to accelerate cases without allocating enough funding, overreliance on video teleconferencing during court proceedings and possible bias in the hiring of judges.

The Justice Department had previously addressed some of the issues the bar association report raised.

The administration has acknowledged the massive immigration court backlog and has, at times, placed blame on unfounded asylum claims, which have to work their way through their court system.

This month, the administration opened tent courts along the Texas border to hear the cases of migrants who have been returned to Mexico to await their immigration proceedings as part of the Migrant Protection Protocols program. Around 42,000 migrants have been sent back under the program.

In Wednesday's report, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse notes that the Migrant Protection Protocols cases still make up a small share of the court's active backlog.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 23 September 2019 at 13:08

US citizen arrested in Texas after 53 illegal immigrants found inside sweltering tractor-trailer: officials

By Stephen Sorace | Fox News

An American driver has been arrested in Texas after border agents found 53 illegal immigrants from Mexico and several other countries south of the U.S. border hidden inside a sweltering tractor-trailer, authorities said Friday.

The unidentified driver was the only visible occupant inside the vehicle when it pulled up to the Interstate Highway 35 (IH-35) checkpoint north of Laredo on Tuesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement.

A canine alerted border agents to the odors of concealed humans or narcotics from inside the trailer during a primary inspection of the vehicle, the CPB said. Upon further examination, agents said they discovered 53 migrants from Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, who were "all illegally present in the United States."

The temperature inside the trailer was recorded at 105 degrees at the time of the discovery, though no one required medical attention, according to the CPB.

Agents arrested the U.S. citizen and all 53 illegal immigrants, who they said would be "processed accordingly." Border Patrol seized the tractor-trailer.

It was unclear whether the driver is facing charges, but investigators called the incident a "human smuggling attempt."

Homeland Security Investigations is handling the case.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 September 2019 at 20:41
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 October 2019 at 11:51
These numbers aren't even figuring in the month of September or muds that approached the border at "designated" checkpoint. And we don't have a problem with a brown invasion according to our enemies.


The number of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it's been since 2007, new federal data shows

Kat Tenbarge
21 hours ago

New federal data shared with The Washington Examiner shows the number of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it has been since 2007.About 851,000 people were apprehended and taken into custody by border patrol agents in fiscal year 2019, which ran from Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019.The number of migrants who claimed asylum once in custody has not been released by the federal government, and the figure does not include those turned away at ports of entry, nor does it include arrests at the US-Canada border or along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts.More families than ever are being arrested at the US-Mexico border, with more than 450,000 people apprehended in fiscal 2019 having arrived with a family member, compared to fewer than 80,000 in 2015.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

The number of migrants being arrested at the US-Mexico border is the highest it has been since 2007, new federal data shows. About 851,000 were apprehended and taken into custody by border patrol agents in fiscal year 2019, which ran from Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019.

Federal data on migrant arrests was shared with The Washington Examiner. The US Customs and Border Protection agency has not released data on how many migrants were able to claim asylum after being taken into custody. 

The number does not include those who approached designated ports of entry along the southern border. As of Aug. 31, not including the September figure (which has not yet been released), 263,000 migrants were denied entry at ports. Neither figure includes arrests or those denied entry at the US-Canada border or along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts. 

40,000 migrants were taken into custody in September after crossing the border into Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California, compared to 132,000 in August. None of the figures provided by CBP reflect the number of migrants who enter the US illegally without detection.

Of the migrants crossing the US-Mexico border in fiscal 2019, at least 250,000 were Guatemalan and another 250,000 were Honduran. Under President Donald Trump's Zero Tolerance policy, more migrant families have been arrested than ever.

More than 450,000 of the migrants arrested in fiscal 2019 arrived with a family member, compared to fewer than 80,000 of those arrested in 2015. The number of families arrested has only increased since the Border Patrol agency was created in 1924, with a sharp uptick under the Trump administration, in comparison to the total number of arrests, which has fluctuated. 

Past data from US Border Patrol on the total number of apprehensions along the southern border shows that, starting in 2008 — the first year of President Barack Obama's term, the number of total arrests began to decline sharply. During President George W. Bush's administration, the number frequently rose above 1 million.

Under Obama, arrests typically hovered under 500,000. Under the first two years of Trump's administration, before the Zero Tolerance policy was instituted in 2018, the numbers remained at about the level under Obama's administration. The most recent data indicates a sharp rise after Trump's 2018 policy — more than doubling the fiscal 2018 number — but there are still not as many arrests as there were under the Bush administration. 
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 October 2019 at 03:15

Pharmaceutical Companies Are Luring Mexicans Across the U.S. Border to Donate Blood Plasma

Companies offer high payments and bring-a-friend bonuses to Mexicans who cross the border on temporary visas to donate blood plasma. The U.S. offers weaker health protections for donors than most countries.

by Stefanie Dodt and Jan Lukas Strozyk, ARD German TV, and Dara Lind, ProPublica
Oct. 4, 12:01 p.m. EDT

Every week, thousands of Mexicans cross the border into the U.S. on temporary visas to sell their blood plasma to profit-making pharmaceutical companies that lure them with Facebook ads and colorful flyers promising hefty cash rewards.

The donors, including some who say the payments are their only income, may take home up to $400 a month if they donate twice a week and earn various incentives, including “buddy bonuses” for recruiting friends or family. Unlike other nations that limit or forbid paid plasma donations at a high frequency out of concern for donor health and quality control, the U.S. allows companies to pay donors and has comparatively loose standards for monitoring their health.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 12 October 2019 at 00:15
These mud races act like it's their right to be in our country. I'm sure that's thanks to the propaganda our enemies are feeding them.


Asylum-Seekers Protesting Squalid Conditions Shut Down A US Border Crossing For 15 Hours

"This is an injustice," said one asylum-seeker.

By Adolfo Flores, Reporting From Matamoros, Mexico
Last updated on October 11, 2019, at 11:58 a.m. ET

MATAMOROS, Mexico — Asylum-seekers frustrated over increasingly squalid conditions at the southern border — where they have been forced to wait until their US immigration court dates — shut down a normally busy international border crossing Thursday.

At about 1:30 a.m., a group of up to 300 immigrants marched to the middle of the Gateway International Bridge, which connects Brownsville, Texas, and Matamoros, Mexico, and sat down in the roadway, blocking traffic in both directions for nearly 15 hours. The group remained there through the afternoon until shortly after 4 p.m. when US Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officials reopened the bridge.

On the southern side of the bridge is an ever-growing encampment of asylum-seekers sent back to Mexico until their immigration cases are adjudicated under the Trump administration's "remain in Mexico" policy. More than 51,000 asylum-seekers have been returned to Mexico under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) across the southern border.

In Matamoros, where about 1,000 asylum-seekers sent back under the program are living on the streets under tents and blankets, many rely on donated food.

Celia, a 42-year-old asylum-seeker from Honduras, said living in the encampment is difficult, in part, because there is no clean water to bathe in or to wash clothes. Immigrants often use the Rio Grande, the dangerous and polluted waterway that has claimed the lives of immigrants attempting to cross. Adults and children have developed rashes after bathing in the river.

"This is an injustice," Celia said.

All of the immigrants who spoke to BuzzFeed News for this story declined to use their full names due to concerns for their safety.

Other immigrants said they were frustrated by the lengthy duration they must wait for their asylum cases to be decided by an immigration judge. Some who believed they would receive a determination at their first court date, despite proceedings requiring multiple hearings, have grown desperate after being sent back to Matamoros with court dates weeks or months in the future.

Sara, a 35-year-old Honduran asylum-seeker who was among the protesters on the bridge, said she's been living on the streets of Matamoros for two months with her three children.

"If [the US] is going to give us an opportunity we want them to tell us because I have three kids I have to fight for," Sara said. "They keep telling us we have to wait longer and longer. When will it end?"

Critics of MPP have said forcing asylum-seekers to wait with few resources and access to legal information in dangerous Mexican cities like Matamoros is part of the Trump administration's plan to wear down immigrants.

In addition to squalid conditions and long wait times, asylum-seekers returned to Mexico also face the threat of violence and kidnappings. A State Department advisory for the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, which includes cities like Matamoros and Nuevo Laredo, warns US citizens about threats to safety when traveling to the area, noting that murder, kidnapping, and sexual assault are common.

Asylum-seekers returned to Mexico under MPP have reported more than 340 incidents of rape, kidnapping, torture, and other violent attacks, according to a report from Human Rights First.

At a White House press briefing on Tuesday, Mark Morgan, acting commissioner of CBP said Mexico was providing humanitarian protection to asylum-seekers.

“With MPP, migrants are receiving due process and protection while the United States is restoring integrity to our immigration system,” Morgan told reporters.

Also on the bridge was Jilma, a 26-year-old Honduran asylum-seeker who was sent to Nuevo Laredo after presenting herself at the US border. Along with a group of other immigrants, she was transported to a shelter at the direction of Mexican immigration agents.

Along the way, the bus was stopped by federal police, Jilma said, who ordered all of the immigrants off the vehicle. Moments later the group was boarded onto trucks at gunpoint by men who took them to a large house with about 300 kidnapped immigrants. When Jilma and two other women couldn't provide phone numbers for family members who could pay a ransom, some of the men took them to another room and took turns raping them, she said.

"While they raped us they told us they would do the same things to our children," Jilma told BuzzFeed News. "They let us go, but before they left they took photos of us and told us to never return to Nuevo Laredo."

Jilma has since made her way to Matamoros where she hopes she will be safe, but is fearful of returning to Nuevo Laredo in January for her court hearing on the other side of the border.

Because the protest shutdown the bridge, asylum-seekers who had hearings inside newly erected tent courts on the other side of the Rio Grande were unable to see the immigration judge and CBP said their hearings would be rescheduled to a later date, potentially months down the line.

"It is so hard to get ahead," said Claire Noone, an immigration attorney who has worked with asylum-seekers in Matamoros. "Protesting abhorrent conditions leads to individuals being forced to exist in those conditions longer."

Henri Vinet-Martin, another immigration attorney who was worked with immigrants in Matamoros, said the other "travesty" is asylum-seekers in MPP find it nearly impossible to find US attorneys who can take their cases.

"How can you even think about your case when you're trying to figure out how to feed your baby?" Vinet-Martin told BuzzFeed News. "They're being denied access to their right to have an attorney not paid for by the US government."

One estimate from July found that only 1.2% of MPP cases that had already been decided had legal representation. The odds of an asylum-seeker winning their case increase exponentially if they have an attorney.

At one point the mayor of Matamoros, Mario López Villarreal, went to speak with the protesters about their concerns of living on the streets and, in an attempt to talk them off the bridge, offered them space at a shelter. Some of the immigrants balked at the offer while others accepted an invitation to speak to city officials about their concerns.

"He's never come to speak to us and only came after we shut down the bridge," said Alex, a 25-year-old from El Salvador. "I don't trust him."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 October 2019 at 13:28

Asylum-Seeking Mexicans Are Increasingly Replacing Central Americans at U.S. Border

POSTED 6:09 PM, OCTOBER 18, 2019

Lizbeth Garcia tended to her 3-year-old son outside a tent pitched on a sidewalk, their temporary home while they wait for their number to be called to claim asylum in the United States.


Quote from: Private
“The rise in illegal border crossing by Mexican ‘wetbacks’ to a current rate of more than 1 million cases a year has been accompanied by a curious relaxation in ethical standards extending all the way from the farmer-exploiters of this contraband labor to the highest levels of the federal government.”

Source: http://commonconstitutionalist.com/political-stuff/illegal-immigration-ike-showed-us-the-way

The 33-year-old fled Mexico’s western state of Michoacan a few weeks ago with her husband and five children — ages 3 to 12 — when her husband, a truck driver, couldn’t pay fees that criminal gangs demanded for each trailer load. The family decided it was time to go when gangs came to their house to collect.

“I’d like to say it’s unusual, but it’s very common,” Garcia said Thursday in Juarez, where asylum seekers gather to wait their turn to seek protection at a U.S. border crossing in El Paso, Texas.

Mexicans are increasingly the face of asylum in the United States, replacing Central Americans who dominated last year’s caravan and a surge of families that brought border arrests to a 13-year-high in May. Arrests have plummeted since May as new U.S. policies targeting asylum have taken hold, but Mexicans are exempt from the crackdown by virtue of geography.

A legal principle that prevents countries from sending refugees back to countries where they are likely to be persecuted has spared Mexicans from a policy that took effect in January to make asylum seekers wait in Mexico while their claims wind through U.S. immigration courts. They are also exempt from a policy, introduced last month, to deny asylum to anyone who travels through another country to reach the U.S. border without applying there first.

Mexico resumed its position in August as the top-sending county of people who cross the border illegally or are stopped at official crossings, surpassing Honduras, followed by Guatemala and El Salvador. Mexicans accounted for nearly all illegal crossings until the last decade as more people from Central America’s “Northern Triangle” countries decided to escape violence and poverty.

Fewer Mexicans are crossing from the peaks reached in May, but the drop in Central Americans is much sharper, making Mexicans the biggest part of the mix, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection figures. Mexicans arrested or stopped at the border fell 8% from May to August, but border crossers were down 80% from Guatemala, 63% from Honduras and 62% from El Salvador during the same period.

It is unclear precisely what is driving the change, perhaps some mix of U.S. policies and violence in Mexico. The Mexican government’s retreat from an attempted capture of a son of imprisoned drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman on Thursday followed a ferocious shootout with cartel henchman that left at least eight people dead.

“Given the deterioration in the security situation in many parts of Mexico, with homicide levels that are exceeding even the record high numbers from 2018, it seems likely that more Mexicans are fleeing their hometowns out of fear and the growing sense that the Mexican government, at all levels, is either unable or unwilling to protect them,” said Maureen Meyer, director for Mexico and migrant rights at the Washington Office on Latin America, a human rights research group.

People traveling as families accounted for 23% of all Mexicans arrested or stopped at the border in August, a major shift from earlier immigration waves when nearly all Mexicans came as single men, according to CBP figures. Another big change: 36% of Mexicans presented themselves at official crossings — the U.S. government’s prescribed way to claim asylum — instead of earlier times when nearly all tried to cross illegally.

The U.S. government has limited detention space for families and, under a court settlement, must release families within 20 days. Asylum-seeking families have generally been released in the United States with an ankle monitor on the head of the household and a notice to appear in backlogged immigration courts, where cases can take years to resolve. That changed for everyone except Mexicans with the new U.S. limits on asylum and its policy to make asylum seekers wait in Mexico, known officially as “Migrant Protection Protocols” and colloquially as “Remain in Mexico.”

“It’s a pretty drastic change from what we have been observing in the past couple of years,” said Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, an associate professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. “Now the word has been spread out, and the Mexicans are the only ones that can apply for asylum right now.”

In Phoenix, only about 40 to 50 people are being released in the U.S. each day, roughly half from the height of arrivals. One of the places families get released to is The Welcome Center, an abandoned elementary school-turned-shelter run by the International Rescue Committee that can host about 70 people now but is increasing its capacity by nearly quadruple.

Since opening July 27, the Welcome Center has seen 567 people come through, IRC spokesman Stanford Prescott said. Nearly 64% were Mexican, and nearly 7 percent were Guatemalans. In March and June, before the Welcome Center opened but when IRC and others were already assisting migrant families, Guatemalans were about 76% of families served.

At a family detention center in Dilley, Texas, roughly 30% of families that the Dilley Pro Bono Project is serving are Mexican, compared with only 1% prior to this month.

Mexicans, like all nationalities, still must wait in Mexico, usually for months, to make initial claims under ticketing systems that were created last year because the U.S. processes a limited number of claims each day.

In Juarez, about 100 families make up the camp of tents that lines both sides of a side street leading to the city’s main promenade and Paso Del Norte border crossing, where asylum claims are processed. Some at the camp said they were coming because of a lack of jobs in southern Mexico.

A man who did not give his name said he left Michoacán because a gang said it would force his 18-year-old son to join. He and others living in a tent camp said there were two shootings near the camp, one Wednesday and one on Tuesday. The first shooting prompted him to get a hotel room for his family, though he left his tent in place on the sidewalk.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 October 2019 at 14:57

Unfinished drug tunnel in Nogales found by Arizona and Mexico border agents



TUCSON — U.S. and Mexican border agents discovered on Thursday an unfinished 29-foot tunnel connecting to the extensive drainage system located underneath the twin cities of Nogales at the Arizona-Mexico border.

Customs and Border Protection saidMexican federal police found the entrance to the tunnel on the Mexican side of the border during a routine, simultaneous sweep of the drainage system with U.S. Border Patrol. 

The mountainous topography in Nogales, Mexico, sits at a higher elevation than in Nogales, Arizona. To minimize cross-border flooding issues, a network of fortified drainage tunnels underneath the two cities channels rainwater and sewage from Mexico north into the United States. 

Over the years, smugglers have also tapped into the drainage system in Nogales as the starting or the end point to build their own drug tunnels.

The tunnel agents discovered on Thursday is the first along the Arizona border for the new fiscal year, which started in October. The structure extended for 6 feet into Mexico and 21 feet into the United States, the agency said.

"The entrance to the tunnel was located in the concrete floor of a drainage system. A pile of dirt concealed the tunnel entrance, which was covered by several sheets of plywood. Beneath the plywood, a cement cutout plugged the hole," U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement.

A 40-second video CBP tweeted on Friday afternoon showed the dark end of the tunnel. A flash light illuminated the plywood surrounding the structure, as well as several construction tools on the ground, such as a pick, a hammer and a yellow power drill. 

They also released photos showing the cement cutout marking the entrance to the tunnel. A second photo showed the tunnel covered by the plywood, as well as a black power chord hanging overhead.

"The tunnel was approximately three feet wide and five feet tall at the entrance," CBP said in its statement. "Construction tools and electrical wiring were found inside the tunnel, which was still being constructed 10 feet below street level."

Agency officials said they are working with their Mexican counterparts to inspect the 29-foot tunnel. They will secure it, before sealing it off with concrete. 

Thursday's discovery makes the 123rd tunnel discovered in the Tucson Sector since 1990 and the 214th tunnel found along the entire U.S.-Mexico border.

The Tucson Sector covers the eastern two-thirds of the Arizona-Mexico border. The 123 tunnels found theredo not include dozens of other tunnels that border agents have discovered in the Yuma Sector, which covers the other third of the Arizona border.

The last tunnel that agents found in Nogales was on May 29. Border agents found it during another binational sweep. The unfinished tunnel, located about 75 yards west of the DeConcini port of entry in downtown Nogales, stretched 12 feet into the U.S. and 5 feet into Mexico.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 October 2019 at 11:48
The border patrol found one truck with 13 illegal muds, but the true question that should be asked is, how many have successfully crossed the border. Even though the reports of the border numbers are on the decline.  I believe the illegal muds have just reverted back to the old low key ways of jumping the border, instead of the brazen attempts of large easily spotted caravans.


Migrants in tractor-trailer can’t hide from alert U.S. Border Patrol canine



This picture courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows migrants inside the sleeper cabin of a tractor-trailer at the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Texas. (Courtesy CBP)

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — The U.S. Border Patrol this week stopped a tractor-trailer concealing 13 unauthorized migrants in the sleeper cabin at a highway checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Texas.

Agents foiled the human-smuggling attempt at around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday while inspecting vehicles at the checkpoint. A Border Patrol canine alerted his human counterparts to the presence of possible contraband in the truck and the vehicle was sent to a secondary inspection area. It was there that the agents discovered 13 individuals hiding inside the sleeper cabin area of the truck.

The U.S. Border Patrol this week stopped a tractor-trailer concealing 13 unauthorized migrants in the sleeper cabin at a highway checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Texas. (Courtesy CBP)

The agents determined that all of the subjects were citizens of Ecuador, Mexico and Honduras who were in the United States illegally. The migrants were then processed according to applicable U.S. immigration laws. The driver and passenger were determined to be United States citizens and are being charged with felony alien smuggling, the agency reported.

The case was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) El Paso, Texas.

“This smuggling attempt reflects what little regard for life these human smugglers have.” Big Bend Sector Chief Patrol Agent Matthew Hudak said in a statement. “Our agents’ vigilance, training, and experience were vital in detecting and apprehending these individuals and prosecuting the smuggler.”

Big Bend Sector Border Patrol agents patrol 517 miles of the southwest border that extends from Sierra Blanca, Texas to Sanderson, Texas. The station is responsible for 73 border miles between the U.S. and Mexico. More than 10,000 vehicles travel through the Sierra Blanca checkpoint on a daily basis.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 October 2019 at 11:55
The only way that I would approve of this spending of tax funds, is if they start using that ammunition on any mud approaching our borders.


U.S. Border Patrol Buys 33 Million Bullets for New Glock Handgun

By Pete Norman
October 27, 2019, 12:00 AM CDT

Customs and Border Protection may spend $110 million on ammo

Agents and officers are being issued new 9mm sidearms

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers stand guard along the US and Mexico border.

The parent agency of the U.S. Border Patrolhas purchased 33 million rounds of ammunition for its new handgun, and may buy more than 300 million additional rounds over the next five years.

Customs and Border Protection agreed to pay $9.89 million for Winchester Ammunition Inc.’s special 9mm hollow point Luger rounds through a near-term contract made public Oct. 24. The bullets are needed by the CBP as it transitions to Glock Inc.’s new 9mm handgun.

Another five-year contract for ammunition is expected to be awarded late next year, with its value estimated at between $80 million and $100 million.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 October 2019 at 20:49
It's funny how if you attempt to illegally enter the USA, you will be trapped and caught by ICE after you cross the border. While those attempting to illegally cross into the UK are trapped in ICE before they even cross the border.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 October 2019 at 21:28
With numbers like this, we definitely need a wall across our whole border and border patrol also needs to start using some of that ammunition they just purchased.


Nearly 475,000 migrant families arrested at the US-Mexico border -- up 342 percent

By Priscilla Alvarez and Geneva Sands, CNN
Updated at 4:09 PM ET, Tue October 29, 2019

Immigrants are transported to a processing center after they were taken into custody by US Border Patrol agents on July 2, 2019, in McAllen, Texas.

Washington (CNN) — Arrests of migrant families and unaccompanied children at the southern border reached record highs over the past year, driven by a surge in asylum seekers, acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan announced Tuesday.

The figures provided showed the dramatic spike in border apprehensions throughout the year, as well was an increase in seizures of all hard narcotics and new record high of travelers processed through customs.

The crush of migrants at the southern border this past fiscal year -- totaling nearly 1 million, Morgan announced this month -- overwhelmed US officials. The influx led to overcrowding at facilities and in some cases, deteriorating conditions, raising concerns within the agency and among lawmakers and immigrant advocacy groups.

The US Border Patrol apprehended 473,682 family members last fiscal year, up from 107,212 in fiscal year 2018. Additionally, 76,020 unaccompanied children were taken into custody on the US-Mexico border, which was higher than any year on record -- including the 2014 surge of unaccompanied children.

Related Article: No refugees will be resettled in the US in October, leaving hundreds in limbo around the world

"These are numbers that no immigration system in the world can handle, not even in this country. And each month during the fiscal year, the numbers increased. You saw them. We all saw them," Morgan said.

On one single day in May, CBP had nearly 20,000 people in custody, five times its capacity, he noted.

In May, the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general found"standing room only conditions" at an El Paso, Texas, Border Patrol processing facility that had a maximum capacity of 125 migrants. On May 7 and 8, logs indicated that there were "approximately 750 and 900 detainees, respectively," according to the report.

"(Customs and Border Protection) was struggling to maintain hygienic conditions in the holding cells. With limited access to showers and clean clothing, detainees were wearing soiled clothing for days or weeks," the report stated.

Staffing issues, which has been an ongoing struggle within the Border Patrol ranks, were also exacerbated amid the uptick in migrants, forcing the agency to redirect agents and officers to the southern border to assist.

Hiring outpaced attrition last year, but still did not meet the aggressive goals laid out by President Donald Trump in his first weeks in office. In January 2017, Trump issued an executive order calling for the hiring and assignment of an additional 5,000 Border Patrol agents "as soon as is practicable." The agency increased the number of CBP officers by 1,034 for a total of 24,511, and added 93 Border Patrol agents, totaling 19,648.

Morgan acknowledged that the number of arrests at the border have declined, but maintained the situation along the border is still a crisis. In September, Border Patrol arrested 40,507 migrants on the US-Mexico border, a significant drop from nearly 133,000 arrests in May, according to agency data.

The administration has credited a series of recent policies aimed at curbing the flow of migrants for the downturn. Morgan cited those policies, as well as agreements with Central American countries that could, in part, limit who's eligible for asylum in the United States.

It's unclear, however, whether the drop in arrests will hold in the coming months when temperatures drop and migrant flows usually tick up again.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 November 2019 at 13:00
Another example of just how stupid these niggers and muds are. Who videos/live stream their criminal activities. In my opinion, I believe these enemies of the RaHoWa should be removed from the country and have their citizen status revoked.


'I got immigration on my a**': Woman, 19, and a friend live stream their attempt to smuggle illegal immigrants across the border before leading police on a high speed chase in Texas

By Ariel Zilber For Dailymail.com01:53 EDT 01 Nov 2019 , updated 03:04 EDT 01 Nov 2019


Texas authorities arrested Alejandro Vela, 22, and Karyme Espinoza, 19, of LaredoOn the afternoon of October 25, Espinoza live streamed a clip showing her driving a Mercedes-Benz SUV with three passengers believed to be migrants Vela was in the passenger side seat next to Espinoza as she drove at high speeds Law enforcement officials allege that Espinoza drove faster in an attempt to evade state troopers who wanted to make a traffic stopIn the Facebook live stream, Espinoza is seen veering the car off road and fleeing on foot as police sirens wail in the backgroundBorder Patrol took the three migrants seen in the backseat of the SUV into custody while also helping track down Espinoza and Vela

Texas authorities have arrested two local residents who live streamed a high speed attempt to allegedly evade arrest while smuggling illegal immigrants across the border.


Alejandro Vela, 22, and Karyme Espinoza, 19, have been identified as the residents of Laredo who were taken into custody.

Vela has been charged with evading arrest with vehicle, evading arrest on foot, unlawful transport of a person for pecuniary benefit, and reckless driving.

Espinoza was charged with unlawful transport of a person for pecuniary benefit and evading arrest on foot, according to the Laredo Morning Times.

Authorities say that she was driving in a vehicle that was carrying three illegal immigrants in the backseat

Authorities say that she was driving in a vehicle that was carrying three illegal immigrants in the backseat

Espinoza's live stream video ends with her seeking cover underneath a tree as sheriff's deputies approach

Three unidentified migrants who were allegedly smuggled by Vela and Espinoza were taken into custody by U.S. Border Patrol.

The incident took place at around 4pm local time on October 25.

A Texas state trooper tried to pull over a 2010 Mercedes-Benz SUV for a traffic violation on US 83 in San Ygnacio, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

While traveling north, the vehicle began to gain speed in an attempt to evade the trooper, it is alleged.

Espinoza is seen moments after she is taken into custody by Border Patrol

After the vehicle made a U-turn, it was eventually stopped at an intersection with the help of Zapata County sheriff’s deputies.

But after the vehicle was finally stopped, the drivers and passengers got out of the car and began running.

Eventually, the driver, Vela, and the passenger, Espinoza, were taken into custody by Border Patrol.

During the dramatic attempt to escape, Espinoza broadcast the event on her Facebook page.

In the approximately 10-minute clip, Vela is seen with three migrants sitting in the back seat of the Mercedes-Benz SUV.

‘Hey, I’m live on Facebook,’ she is heard saying while posing with the migrants in the backseat.

Alejandro Vela, 22, was also taken into custody. He has been charged by state authorities with evading arrest with vehicle, evading arrest on foot, unlawful transport of a person for pecuniary benefit, and reckless driving

Later in the clip she is heard saying: ‘I got immigration on my a**.’

At one point in the clip, Vela is heard calling his uncle and asking him if he could open the gate to his ranch to help them evade law enforcement.

But the uncle isn’t home.

During the most dramatic portion of the clip, Espinoza is seen driving faster on the highway.

Towards the end of the clip, it appears she is forced to veer the car off the highway.

At this point, she and the other passengers are seen getting out of the car.

Running on foot, she grabs the phone and flees through what appears to be shrubbery and natural terrain.

As she tries to hide under a tree, the wail of police sirens can be heard in the background.

She continues running while audibly running out of breath.

The video ends before they are arrested.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 November 2019 at 12:42
This article didn't mention the ethnicity of the group walking near the border, but I'd bet my next paycheck they weren't White. I'm just glad to see the border patrol using some of that ammunition my taxes played for.


Border Patrol agent fatally shoots gunman near Mexico border, officials say

By Louis Casiano | Fox News

A U.S. Border Patrol agent fatally shot a gunman who opened fire early Monday near the southern border, immigration officials said.

The agent was in Sunland Park, New Mexico, about a mile from the border with Mexico and near El Paso, Texas, when he approached a group of four around 6 a.m. One of them pulled a gun and started shooting, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement.

The agent returned fire, struck the shooter and provided aid until emergency responders arrived, CBP said. The shooter later died at a hospital.

Border Patrol and other law enforcement agents guard the scene of a fatal shooting on Monday in Sunland Park, N.M, a suburb of El Paso, Texas. Customs and Border Protection officials said an armed man was fatally shot by an agent after he opened fire first. The scene is about 1 mile away from the U.S.-Mexico border. (AP Photo/Cedar Attanasio)

No agents were injured. No further details of the shooting were released, including the names of the agent and suspected shooter.

The CBP Office of Professional Responsibility said it will conduct an internal investigation of the incident.

CBP reported 15 use-of-force incidents with a firearm in fiscal year 2018 involving its agents. The agency has reported 208 use-of-force incidents involving a firearm since fiscal year 2012, according to recent figures.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 November 2019 at 14:52
It's not like my anti-White government doesn't waste enough tax revenue on the invading hoard at the boarder. Up to $750 a night for a mud child in custody. Now they're going to spend more. They now want us to pay for mental health care for the muds when they were the ones to put themselves in that situation. No one makes them come here, normally the wrong way. Not to mention how the detention centers are nicer than the sh!thouse they come from.


U.S. Must Provide Mental Health Services to Families Separated at Border

Under a “state-created danger” legal doctrine, a judge ordered the government to provide counseling {sic} and other services to compensate for trauma.

By Miriam Jordan
Nov. 6, 2019

LOS ANGELES — A federal judge has ruled that the government must provide mental health services to thousands of migrant parents and children who experienced psychological harm as a result of the Trump administration’s practice of separating families.

The decision, issued late Tuesday, marks a rare instance of the government being held legally accountable for mental trauma brought about by its policies — in this case, border security measures that locked thousands of migrant parents in detention while their children were placed in government shelters or foster homes.

“This is truly groundbreaking,” Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California Berkeley School of Law, said of the decision. “The court is recognizing that when a government creates a danger that inflicts trauma, the government is responsible for providing a solution. It is not something I have seen a court do before.”

Judge John A. Kronstadt of the United States District Court in Los Angeles ordered the federal government to immediately make available mental health screenings and treatment to thousands of families forcibly separated under the policy, which was primarily carried out in 2017 and 2018 — though hundreds of similar separations still occur.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 November 2019 at 13:35
Rescue the muds from what? Knee/waist high water, that they put themselves in. What a joke. If they wanted to really help, the border patrol should have held their heads under the water. Now we're going the have to support these mud races for as long as they keep reproducing anchor barbies and then support the anchor babies.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 November 2019 at 13:44
As if we don't have enough problems from our niggers infestation, now we have to deal with an influx of more niggers straight out of Africa.


US-Mexico border sees surge in African migrants, who face limited options

Nov 18, 2019
by Sarah Salvadore

While most migrants apprehended at the U.S. border are from Central American countries, a growing number of Africans are making their way to the United States, via the same routes traditionally used by Central Americans and Mexicans. Fleeing ethnic cleansing and political volatility in their respective countries, the migrants are escaping Central African nations like Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola.

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The surge in numbers of this new population surprised border patrol agents who are more accustomed to Spanish-speaking migrants. In June, border patrol apprehended a record number of African refugees and immigrants from 19 countries. According to the Department of Homeland Security, a majority of apprehensions happened along the Del Rio sector in Texas, consisting mostly of family units and single adults.

"The introduction of this new population places additional burdens on processing stations, to include language and cultural differences," Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul Ortiz, said in a statement. "Our agents continue to meet each new challenge as the ongoing humanitarian crisis evolves."

The presence of the extracontinental population — people from a non-Western Hemispheric region transiting through Latin America — at the border is not new, say experts. Historically, there has been a trickle of migrants from other hemispheres traveling through Mexico to reach the U.S. southern border.

"But we have seen that number more than triple, when you compare last year to this year," said Jessica Bolter, associate policy analyst at Migration Policy Institute, a Washington-based non-partisan think tank that conducts research and analysis on the movement of people across the globe.

Based on figures released by Mexican authorities, 2,700 Africans were apprehended in the last fiscal year. The migrants were apprehended near the U.S.-Mexico border and at various checkpoints across the country. The first eight months of this fiscal year (October 2018 to May 2019), Mexican authorities have already apprehended 3,500 individuals.

"The total will at least double," said Bolter.

There are various reasons linked to the increase of African migrants seeking asylum in the United States. According to the UNHCR, the United Nations refugee agency, political upheaval in the Democratic Republic of Congo earlier this year displaced approximately 4.5 million people.

In Cameroon, conflict has been simmering for decades between the French-speaking majority and the Anglophone south. It has finally boiled over, resulting in the deaths of thousands and reports of torture and rape, prompting many to flee. Among those seeking asylum from Africa are LGBTQI people fearing persecution and student activists/organizers fleeing government retribution from countries like Congo and Cameroon. Homosexuality is illegal in 32 African countries.   

"Another factor for the uptick in African migration through the region is the increased enforcement along European borders," said Maureen Meyer, director for Mexico and migrant rights at Washington Office on Latin America, an advocacy group promoting human rights, democracy and social and economic justice across the Americas.

Europe struck a deal with countries like Turkey to stem the flow of transit migration to the European Union. Faced with enforcement hurdles and the rising cost of the journey, African migrants are opting for the United States.

Another motivational factor for migrants is family members or acquaintances who made the journey to the U.S. successfully, and then sent word back home.

"The majority of the people arrested from the continent of Africa claimed some form of immigration relief due to credible fear of returning to their country. Families chose to make the journey to the United States in order to take advantage of the legal framework that enabled them to be released if traveling as a family group and claiming fear," a spokesperson of the Customs and Border Patrol told NCR.

The journey to the United States takes months. African migrants enter the Western hemisphere through visas into countries like Ecuador and Brazil, which have lax visa requirements. From there, the migrants travel to Colombia to make the trek through Central America to the U.S. border. The journey through Latin America is strenuous, dangerous and expensive. The most treacherous part is the Darien Gap — the world's most remote jungle region accessible only by foot or canoe. The jungle is populated with snakes, poisonous insects and wild animals. Many migrants die of exhaustion or drown in the river.

Most migrants' journeys are facilitated by smugglers. Africans pay thousands of dollars in smuggling and bribery fees before finally reaching the U.S. border.

Earlier this year, the Mexican government issued exit visas to extracontinental migrants to continue their journey to the United States. Since July, the government has cracked down heavily on the flow of migrants passing through Mexico, after the Trump administration struck a deal with Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

On Oct. 12, the Mexican military police stopped a migrant "caravan" — that included African migrants — which was moving toward the U.S. border.

"Mexico did not want to repeat the image of a caravan of migrants being allowed to travel through its country to the U.S. border. So, they quickly cracked down on that, and I suspect they'll continue doing that," said Bolter.

"Where we see the impact on them [African migrants] is more the overall pressure of the Trump administration on Mexico, to reduce as much as possible, the flow of migrants reaching the United States. And so, this measure is one of several that Mexico is adapting to make it harder for anyone to travel north," said Meyer.

Because of these recent events, the initial surge of migrants from continental Africa has declined, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

The Mexican bishops' conference expressed its concern regarding the administration's deal with Mexico.

"Our brother migrants must never be a bargaining chip. No negotiations should be placed above what the church and civil society have defended for years: not criminalizing migrants nor the defenders of human rights," it said in a statement.

African migrants are left with limited options. They could apply for humanitarian visas, which would allow them to stay in Mexico, or apply for asylum.

"But we have to remember that there's a lot of people that have no language, cultural or any tie to Mexico, and where, I think they would not believe that Mexico is the right country for them — whether that's for safety concerns, or just in terms of their own ability to effectively settle," said Meyer.

Currently camped in the southern state of Chiapas in Mexico, many African migrants are in dire need of humanitarian aid. Many are in overcrowded detention centers.

"Children, women with babies and pregnant women are in detention. But it's worse in Mexico because it's hard for human rights defenders to reach the detained population," said Claudia León from Jesuits Refugee Service in Mexico. 

"We do have the opportunity to do [go to detention centers]. But the centers are at very high capacity. And there are a lot of people with so many needs. Even asylum claimers are in detention, which shouldn't be like that, but that's the policy," she said.

Mexico's immigration law requires asylum-seekers to stay in the state where they requested asylum or a humanitarian visa. As a result, many people can't leave Chiapas.

"So, in the end, what it does is put extreme strain on Chiapas, and in Chiapan border cities, which is a poor state in Mexico, and arguably has less ability to effectively support this population," said Meyer.

Those not in detention centers find themselves homeless and extremely vulnerable to violence. They also face a language barrier, as most speak French, English, Portuguese and almost no Spanish.

"Many of them are homeless, living in the streets or outside. The Mexican government is doing nothing to help them. It's an absolute nightmare," said León.

"What we've actually seen is growing backlash from local residents who are uncomfortable having thousands of people in their communities. They feel like their local plaza has been taken over by immigrants who have no other place to stay except there, so [there's] the increasing sense of xenophobia in certain towns that have this high population staying there," said Meyer.

In August, around 3,000 African migrants formed the Assembly of African Migrants in Tapachula, with help from Center of Human Rights Fray Matias de Cordovabased in Chiapas. They demandedexpediated transit visas, humanitarian assistance and protection from Mexican security forces.

"I think that the unfortunate part of this is there's a lot of people that might likely qualify for asylum in the United States and may never be given that chance," said Meyer.

The situation, say experts, is only set to worsen in the coming months, with immigration becoming a pivotal issue for President Donald Trump's 2020 reelection campaign.

"The administration has put into place a lot of layers of different policies that are essentially trying to block access to the U.S. for people coming to the southern border," said Bolter.

The administration will be eager to implement agreements it signed with Central American countries to send people back.

"That could certainly affect African migrants. They could be one of the populations subject to these agreements. We don't know how they (agreements) would be implemented. They would probably start off with a small number of people just due to the capacity issues," she said.

Experts say that there could be an increase in smuggling activity, owing to the enforcement of borders.

"What we may likely see is increased smuggling networks, that up until now were basically ensuring people [Africans] could get to southern Mexico. Now they're taking people all the way up to the U.S.-Mexico border. It's not clear how smuggling networks will adapt to this," said Meyer.

"But the general message is that the U.S. is closed — this is certainly something the administration is going to want to pursue," said Bolter.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 November 2019 at 13:10
The running joke of U.S. border security.


16 arrested after cutting through border wall to enter US

POSTED 12:20 PM, NOVEMBER 21, 2019,

SAN DIEGO -- Sixteen people were arrested near Campo Wednesday afternoon after cutting through a portion of the border wall and illegally entering the United States from Mexico, according to the U.S. Border Patrol.

Border Patrol agents spotted a white Dodge 4500 utility truck crossing into the U.S. around 3:45 p.m. About 15 minutes later, agents saw a man trying to cut a lock on the private gate of a nearby home with bolt cutters. He was standing near a vehicle that matched the description of the one that had just crossed the border.

The man got back in the truck and drove away when authorities tried to intercept him. Agents began a short pursuit that ended with the driver and 15 people inside the vehicle getting out and running away.

Border Patrol agents quickly arrested all 16 people, who admitted to entering the U.S. illegally. The 16 individuals were taken to a Border Patrol station for processing.

"A vehicle drive-thru, with overloaded and unsecured passengers, particularly in this terrain, can certainly result in a rollover accident with serious injuries and death," San Diego Sector Interim Chief Douglas Harrison said. "The breach of this old landing mat wall is illustrative of the need for more hardened infrastructure with greater impedance and denial capabilities to keep the area secure."

The arrestees included nine male Mexican nationals between the ages of 15 and 53, five female Mexican nationals between the ages of 18 and 40, a 28-year-old Guatemalan man and a 29-year-old Guatemalan woman.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 November 2019 at 10:05

Migrant families have sent roughly 135 children across the US-Mexico border alone, US government says

By Priscilla Alvarez, CNN

Washington (CNN)Migrant families have sent approximately 135 children across the US-Mexico border alone after waiting in squalid and unsafe conditions in Mexico as a result of a Trump administration policy.

The US Department of Health and Human Services told CNN it has identified approximately 135 children in their custody who previously arrived at the southern border with their family and had been returned to Mexico.

In recent weeks, some case managers who work with unaccompanied children began hearing stories from kids who were in Mexico with family members and have since crossed alone, according to a source close to the situation.

A four-year old girl recalled her grandmother sitting her down and explaining she had to cross the border alone, according to a source familiar with these cases.

Case managers, who are employed by shelters that work with the Health and Human Services Department, were eventually able to connect with the grandmother in Mexico who explained she worried for her and her granddaughter's safety.

In another instance, an 8-year-old boy crossed the border alone this month after roughly two months in Mexico with his father.

"Parents are sending their kids in order for them to find refuge. We're forcing them to separate in order for them to care for their children," the source said, referring to the policy.

The number of children being sent across the border alone suggests the administration's policy of requiring some migrants to remain in Mexico while their immigration cases play out in the US -- a process that could take weeks or months -- could be having unanticipated and dangerous consequences.

Trump administration begins deporting asylum seekers to Guatemala

Roughly 60,000 migrants are currently in Mexico as a result of the policy, formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols. Administration officials have credited the policy for helping curb the flow of migrants to the border. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf recently called it a "game changer."

Immigrant advocates and lawyers say the program puts migrants, many of whom are from Central America, in harm's way and made it more difficult for migrants to obtain counsel for their proceedings. The policy has also been challenged in federal court, but allowed to proceed for the time being.

"Families are being forced to make the decision of being the ones to separate from their child for the safety -- potentially the livelihood -- of their child. How do you explain that to a five year old?" said Nate Bult, vice president of public and government affairs at Bethany Christian Services, which works with unaccompanied children.

Unaccompanied children are exempt from the so-called "Remain in Mexico" policy, which means children that cross the border are taken into custody by the Department of Homeland Security and referred to US Health and Human Services. While in care, case managers work to place a child with a sponsor in the United States, like a parent or relative.

Congressional staffers asked the Office of Refugee Resettlement, an agency within Health and Human Services that cares for unaccompanied children, to identify how many children were in its care who had previously been enrolled in the "Remain in Mexico" program.

The office's records "indicate that from October 2019 to approximately November 19, 2019, 135 children who fall into this category were referred by DHS," HHS told CNN, adding that the figure is being reconciled with the Department of Homeland Security, which is charged with implementing the policy.

HHS said it began tracking referrals of children whose parents may fall under the policy in October to ensure children were able to communicate with their parents.

In a statement provided to CNN, a Department of Homeland Security spokesperson said, "It would be extremely troubling to find that parents are sending their children on a dangerous journey to illegally enter the US alone or in the hands of smugglers, rather than remain in expeditious proceedings that can yield results in a matter of months."

Head of union for asylum officers calls Trump asylum policies 'egregious'

The spokesperson added, "Until Congress acts with targeted legislative fixes that allow DHS to safely return (unaccompanied minors) to noncontiguous countries or hear their asylum claims before making the journey, parents will continue to use their children to exploit legal vulnerabilities in our immigration system."

The administration continues to expand its policy of sending migrants back to Mexico while they wait for their court date in the US.

The most recent expansion plans include busing migrants from Tucson, Arizona, to El Paso, Texas, according to two officials. The Department of Homeland Security says El Paso has the infrastructure to handle the migrants, but in practice, it means migrants would be taken more than 300 miles from where they initially crossed the border, and eventually returned to Mexico from El Paso.

Many shelters along the border have been overwhelmed by the number of migrants waiting for their turn in court and in some areas, makeshift tent camps have cropped up in Mexico.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 01 December 2019 at 12:25
Build the Wall !!!

With a  corrupt sh!thole country like Mexico at our borders, the White Brothers and Sisters in the U.S. will never truly be as safe as they could be. A full border "real" wall (and not the b.s. spotty border barriers) might not solve 100% of the problems but it definitely would help to diminish many of our border issues.


At least 14 killed in bloody gunfight in northern Mexico

Ten suspected cartel gunmen and four police were killed during a shootout on Saturday in a Mexican town near the U.S. border, days after U.S. President Donald Trump raised bilateral tensions by saying he would designate the gangs as terrorists.

The government of the northern state of Coahuila said state police clashed at midday with a group of heavily armed gunmen riding in pickup trucks in the small town of Villa Union, about 40 miles (65 km) southwest of the border city of Piedras Negras.

Standing outside the Villa Union mayor's bullet-ridden offices, Coahuila Governor Miguel Angel Riquelme told reporters the state had acted "decisively" to tackle the cartel henchmen. Four police were killed and six were injured, he said.

The fighting went on for more than an hour, during which ten gunmen were killed, three of them by security forces in pursuit of the gang members, Riquelme said.

At about noon, heavy gunfire began ringing out in Villa Union, and a convoy of armed pickup trucks could be seen moving around the town, according to video clips posted by social media users. Others showed plumes of smoke rising from the town.

An unspecified number of people were also missing, including some who were at the mayor's office, the governor said.

Riquelme said authorities had identified 14 vehicles involved in the attack and seized more than a dozen guns. The governor said he believed the gunmen were members of the Cartel of the Northeast, which is from Tamaulipas state to the east.

The outbreak of violence occurred during a testing week for President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who on Friday said he would not accept any foreign intervention in Mexico to deal with violent criminal gangs after Trump's comments.

Lopez Obrador said Mexico would handle the problem, a view echoed by Riquelme as he spoke to reporters.

"I don't think that Mexico needs intervention. I think Mexico needs collaboration and cooperation," said Riquelme, whose party is in opposition to Lopez Obrador. "We're convinced that the state has the power to overcome the criminals."

In an interview aired on Tuesday, Trump said he planned to designate the cartels as terrorist organizations, sparking concerns the move could serve as a prelude to the United States trying to intervene unilaterally in Mexico.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr is due to visit Mexico next week to discuss cooperation over security.

Lopez Obrador took office a year ago pledging to pacify the country after more than a decade of gang-fueled violence.

A series of recent security lapses has raised questions about the left-leaning administration's strategy.

Criticism has focused on the Nov. 4 massacre of nine women and children of U.S.-Mexican origin from Mormon communities in northern Mexico, and the armed forces' release of a captured son of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman under pressure from cartel gunmen in the city of Culiacan.

Coahuila has a history of gang violence, although the homicide total in the state that borders Texas is well below where it was seven years ago. National homicide figures are pushing record levels. (Reporting by Dave Graham in Mexico City; Editing by Matthew Lewis and Tom Hogue)
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 December 2019 at 12:56
It's bad enough our Southern border is so porous that these muds just flow into our country. Now we have the beaners being shipped in. What's next parachuting from planes?


Border Patrol arrests 21 people on suspected smuggling boat


Agents arrested 21 people found on a suspected smuggling boat off the coast of San Diego. (Photo: DHS)

SAN DIEGO — Border Patrol agents arrested 21 people after stopping a suspected smuggling boat off the coast of San Diego.

The first vessel was spotted entering the U.S. by a Department of Homeland Security aircraft around 11 a.m. Sunday, USBP said. About an hour later, agents caught up to the boat off the coast of Point Loma.


Twenty-one people, ranging in age from 19 to 59, were found on the boat and taken into custody. Border Patrol said four of the people were identified as suspected smugglers, including two U.S. citizens.

The remaining people were Mexican nationals who admitted being in the U.S. illegally, according to officials.

Just after midnight Monday morning, Border Patrol said officials also arrested another 13 people from a panga spotted off the coast of San Clemente.

“With inclement weather conditions and approaching storms, smuggling in the maritime domain will increase the dangers at sea and on the shoreline,” San Diego Sector Chief Patrol Agent Douglas Harrison said. “As I have said before, it is not worth putting your life into the hands of exploitive and indifferent smugglers.”

The people who were arrested are now in DHS custody.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 December 2019 at 17:54
Oh my, these spics are so desperate. Hahaha now the muslims are using banana boats too? Invaders from shithole countries. Screw, they wouldn't make it here anyway. They can pick cotton on a plantation for hours, and pick soybeans and steal them from the farmers with poor judgement and grow a pair of tits, I dont care, their wet back labor is worth 2 cents a day. The Jews have a hard on for these Pedro's, because they want the poor to stay poor and give out factories like napalm and hand grenades. They bring in CIA drugs, along with the Chinese. The Jewish oligarchal CIA assigned the psychedelics, whip its, heroin, and laboratory drugs to the Chinese, with 2 day UPS shipping. They also gave the North Korean midget commies a wetback check for the meth also incorporated and shipped through ching Chong me love you long time postal service. They gave mehico cartel and south American saint living queers a blind eye when they bring in the cocaine and crack for the homos and queers. I swear, I get they serve that crap in McDonalds happy meals, because even the cheese has opioids in it. These Jews think we are so dumb and the sellout retards are world wide. AGENDA 21, Jewish scum will * over anyone and pay them in cracker Jack's and baseball peanuts just to have their way. They are babies peices of *, they deserve a bottle of cyanide sewage. These drugs they bring in like boxes of barefoot and pregnant wine give people aids, mental anguish, overdoses, and degenerate living. Badahbaba * the faggots. The internet is good when used correctly, but they even took a massive rat turd on that. I say us whites need to start dropping pennies with rat poison covered on them. AIDS was in invented by these hooked nose pirates. Some of them dont have noses at all, lmfao. They live the mayhem. Guess what, us whites when you * with us, we are above mayhem. Look at the beauty of Hitler, dont get started on Himmler, mwah xoxoxo dear jesus, you died on the cross so I can take a * on your stone. The Jewish golem turned into big brother, the all seeing eye, and the hoarde of retards who get so fucked in the ass by coked out niggers and homos they cant even walk straight. They stalk us, but they turn a blind eye to the alien immigrants that shouldn't even be alive. If only communist Russia weren't commie queers back in the 40s. Oh yeah, the Jews created communism. We did good by putting Jews in the ovens and hosing the * off them with neuro gas. Ha the good old days, the age of heroes were with the germans. Another jew killed, another faggot saved. I carry narcan around, I will do good for the white race and prevent a white degenerate from over doesing. If I see a nigger blowing snot from a Christmas crack binge, I'll spit on him and leave a turd in his gagging mouth. Give him a surprise before he dies! Lmfao queers, retards, fags, and Jews. They are all autistic braindead idiots. The CIA also makes people go postal and blames it on white supremacy, as if, you wait till rahowa comes, then you will see our supremacy. We know how to get clean puss, these niggers rape women, kill each other, and set babies on fire, and the Jewish MSM is worried about Trump conspiracy lies and spreading commercial after commercial of white hate. These rats even provided Islam with toys and machinery just so we have a reason to go to war and put monopoly money in the military industrial complex. I say build the wall and bash a wetback rapists head in if he tries to cross the border with his 12 year old girlfriend daughter. Clown world is an understatement, this is retard world, I guess you can say retarda are gods clowns. But only retards believe in God. BULLSHIT PEICES OF *! If they went to India, and I get shipped to fight in tiny penis land Pakistan, their limbs will be in the garbage going straight in the Pacific ocean. Feed them all to the sharks, but even sharks have preferences. Hell the eskimo will club a seals skull in just to eat blubber and use it as lubes for masterbating, at least sharks eat them with one bite. If I feed a shark a jew, it'll get sick. I dont hurt animals, unless they are humans with retard Gene's. * this world, when the EMPs go off 30 miles above the atmosphere, the nukes fly and the drones and planes fall, I will say cheese and give a Borat thumbs up to the flash. If I survive, prepare for the ultimate cause of our race, rahowa. 23 words, 14/88! We are the chosen ones.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 December 2019 at 13:42
As we're told the numbers of the Spanish speaking muds are decreasing do to the policy of holding them at the boarder in Mexico. Now we have to deal with record numbers of the African niggers. It seem to be a no win situation. It should definitely make a White Person realize that our boarder and immigration (legal or illegal) laws are highly flawed and not working in their favor.


Record number of African migrants at U.S.-Mexico border

The number of migrants from African countries in Mexico who have had contact with Mexican immigration officials has increased from 460 in 2007 to more than 5,800 in 2019

DEC. 8, 2019
5:45 AM

The number of African migrants heading to the U.S. through Mexico has more than doubled this year — from roughly 2,700 in 2018 to 5,800 today, according to data from the federal government.


That figure has been steadily rising since 2007 — the year the Mexican government began including migrants from African countries who have contact with immigration officials in their annual migration reports — when the number was 460.

And that dramatic increase has been mostly left out of U.S. immigration conversations, activists say.

“Even within the immigration movement, you see a lack of visibility of Black narratives with what is happening at the border,” said Guerline Jozef, director and co-founder of the Haitian Bridge Alliance, an organization that helps Black migrants from all over the world.

Jozef herself was initially caught off-guard by the number of Black migrants south of the border.

In 2016 she didn’t know how to respond to a call she got about a group of Haitian migrants in Tijuana. She couldn’t understand why they were in Tijuana instead of Florida, the more traditional migration route for Caribbean migrants.

“At the time, honestly, I did not believe it,” she said.

But she went anyway and met with 12 Haitian migrants. She stayed a month and counted more than 400 Black migrants not just from Haiti but from Congo, Cameroon and Sierra Leone as well.

“Now, almost four years later, we have thousands and thousands of Black migrants,” she added.

The overwhelming number of people who travel through Mexico to get to the United States continue to be from Central America. The journey isn’t easy, many of them are robbed and beaten while traveling north.

On top of these dangers, African migrants face additional obstacles in the way of language and cultural barriers. They also have less access to services from legal aid organizations who do not have staff who speak the same language as the migrants.

They also face racism and discrimination because of the color of their skin, Jozef added.

This summer the migrants faced a new obstacle at the Mexico-Guatemala border. They are being prevented from reaching the U.S. border, according to activists on the ground.

In August, the Mexican government stopped issuing African migrants transit visas that allow them to travel north to the U.S.-Mexico border. Instead, officials are asking migrants to apply for residency or a visa in Mexico — which advocated fear could potentially jeopardize future asylum claims in the United States.

As a result, thousands of migrants fleeing from civil wars and ethnic conflicts are stuck, said Rebecca Alemayehu, a California-based immigration lawyer who represents African asylum seekers and has made several trips to Tijuana and Tapachula.

“Everything is stopped,” she said. “The African migrants have actually camped out in front of the immigration building there because they literally have nowhere else to go.”

Staying in Mexico isn’t an option, she added, because Black migrants are not safe there.

“A lot of them are getting robbed, beat up and mistreated there,” she said.

Despite this obstacle, Alemayehu said, African migrants continue to arrive at the Mexico-Guatemala border every day and there is no sign that the flow will slow down.

Like Jozef, Alemayehu did not realize there was a growing number of Black migrants in Mexico until she saw them for herself.

Last winter, while volunteering with a legal aid nonprofit called Al Otro Lado, she noticed a large number of migrants from Eritrea and Ethiopia. Alemayehu is the daughter of Ethiopian immigrants. She was able to speak with the migrants in their own language and, after follow up trips, began building trust within the African community in Tijuana.

At first, she asked for donated clothes and blankets because the migrants were sleeping on the streets. But then she realized they also needed legal help and began connecting them to legal services. Almost a year into this kind of advocacy work, Alemayehu is still surprised by the lack of legal help available to migrants.

“What I think for me is shocking and just really sad is that a lot of these asylum seekers just don’t have enough representation,” she said. “They are in these hearings by themselves.”

Here in the U.S., the plight of Black migrants has gained traction among some elected officials.

In November, members of the Congressional Black Caucus visited Black migrants at the border.

“There are record numbers of African immigrants seeking asylum at the U.S. border, particularly as Europe closes its doors to migrants,” they wrote in a statement.

The representatives met with 30 migrants from counties like Sierra Leone, Cameroon, and Haiti. They shared stories of companions dying along the trek from Ecuador to Mexico and racially-motivated mistreatment, including segregated food lines and denial of medical services.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 December 2019 at 12:50
As if the Spanish speaking muds and the record number of African niggers aren't enough of a strain on our borders, why not throw some chinks in the mix.


11 Chinese nationals found inside furniture in truck at US-Mexico border

By Yaron Steinbuch
December 10, 2019 | 1:22pm

CBP officers at the San Ysidro port of entry thwarted an alleged human smuggling attempt of 11 Chinese nationals.


Federal agents foiled a human smuggling attempt along the US-Mexico border in San Diego when they found 11 Chinese nationals hiding inside a moving truck full of furniture, officials said.

The Customs and Border Patrol officers stopped a 42-year-old US citizen behind the wheel of the truck arriving from Mexico at the San Ysidro crossing about 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

After stopping the vehicle for a secondary search, they found the group crammed inside various pieces of furniture and other items — with one also crouching inside a washing machine.

The unidentified driver was arrested for attempted human smuggling and later transported to the Metropolitan Correctional Center, officials said.

 * Investigation uncovers harrowing reality of bride trafficking: ‘Where is our humanity?’ (https://nypost.com/2019/12/04/over-600-pakistani-girls-sold-as-brides-to-chinese-men-report/)

 * Final remains of human trafficking victims found in truck returned to Vietnam (https://nypost.com/2019/11/30/final-remains-of-human-trafficking-victims-found-in-truck-returned-to-vietnam/)

 * UK driver pleads guilty to lesser charges in 39 migrant deaths (https://nypost.com/2019/11/25/uk-driver-pleads-guilty-to-lesser-charges-in-39-migrant-deaths/)

The CBP placed an immigration hold on the Chinese nationals pending criminal and immigration proceedings, according a statement from the federal agency.

“(Customs and Border Protection) cannot stress enough the dangers of smuggling people,” Pete Flores, director of field operations in San Diego for the agency, said in a statement.

“These are human beings that smugglers subject to inhumane conditions that could have deadly consequences,” Flores said. “Fortunately no one was seriously injured.”

On Nov. 7, CBP officers at the same location found six Chinese nationals concealed in another moving truck, behind a false wall.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 December 2019 at 22:20
Bloody Chinese and Subcontinental! Eastern Jews that seem to cheat and domineer their way in to every place imaginable!

The old people had the right idea in Australia 140 odd years ago when they realised Chinks were a racial pest you couldn’t compete with. Nowadays the thoughtless white retirees are seduced by their $! Give them the green light to everything in Western lands while they use their coin to reside in Phillipines / Thailand and get a dial a bride 19 yr old permanent prostitute!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 December 2019 at 12:36

Brazilians arrive in waves at the US-Mexico border



EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Growing up along the U.S.-Mexico border, hotel clerk Joe Luis Rubio never thought he’d be trying to communicate in Portuguese on a daily basis.

But with hundreds of Brazilians crossing from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, each week, the Motel 6 by the airport has become a stepping stone for thousands of the Portuguese speakers on a 6,000-mile (9,500 km) journey from Brazil to El Paso to America’s East Coast.

“Thank God for Google Translate or we’d be lost,” says Rubio.

The quiet migration of around 17,000 Brazilians through a single U.S. city in the past year reveals a new frontier in the Trump administration’s effort to shut down the legal immigration pathway for people claiming fear of persecution.

Like hundreds of thousands of families from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, known collectively as the Northern Triangle, Brazilians have been crossing the border here and applying for asylum. They now make up a quarter of immigrants apprehended in El Paso, the most commonly apprehended migrants after Mexicans.

Nationwide, some 18,000 Brazilians were apprehended in the fiscal year ending in October, a 600% increase from the previous high in 2016. Brazilians crossing in the El Paso Sector, which covers southern New Mexico and west Texas, accounted for 95% of the apprehensions nationwide, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

On Monday, acting CBP chief Mark Morgan vowed to try to shut down asylum for migrants from outside Spanish-speaking Central America and South America.

“We’re seeing, again, individuals from extraterritorial countries, extra-continental, come in from Brazil, Haiti, Africans,” said Morgan.

He pledged to implement rules to bar migrants from those countries “with the same level of commitment that we came up with initiatives to address the issue with the Northern Triangle families.”

Those initiatives included making families wait in often dangerous Mexican border towns for months to apply for asylum, returning them to Mexico to await court hearings and a recent rule that effectively rejects nearly all asylum claims regardless of merit . The result has been a mishmash of pseudo deportations to countries where migrants have never lived and where they face barriers to work or access to basic social services.

Brazilian families are not held indefinitely in detention but instead released to Annunciation House, a network of shelters, where they can stay for a few days while they arrange flights to other cities in the U.S.

They’re often taken to the airport in a minivan driven by Phil Porter.

“It takes a lot for somebody to pack up and leave their country, especially when they’re family oriented,” says Porter, 72, who estimates he’s ferried around 200 Brazilians. “These are economic refugees.”

Brazil plunged into its worst-ever recession in 2015 and 2016 and is headed toward its third consecutive year of roughly 1% growth. The economy’s persistent failure to gain steam means joblessness has remained stubbornly in the double-digits, with the most recent reading at 11.6%. Adding underemployment, the figure more than doubles to almost one quarter of the work force, or 27 million people.

Massachusetts officials and community leaders say they’ve felt the surge in Brazilian migrants this past year, with more families seeking immigration services and enrolling their children in public school. The state has the second largest population of Brazilians in the U.S. after Florida, according to 2015 U.S. Census data.

Recent immigrant Helison Alvarenga says he started working the day after arriving in Massachusetts. The 26-year-old from the state of Minas Gerais arrived in August with his wife and young son after crossing into El Paso. They now live in Brockton, an old factory city 20 miles south of Boston. Already, he says, he’s earning three times more than what he earned as a mechanic in Brazil.

“Things are in pretty bad shape in Brazil right now. The only way to have a better life in Brazil is to go to college, but college is very expensive,” said Alvarenga, speaking in Portuguese through a translator.

The New England winter has also been tougher than he expected, he admits.

“It makes me homesick. I miss the warmth and the sun,” he said. “If I won enough on a scratch ticket, I’d go back tomorrow.”

Many coming from Brazil are petitioning for asylum, citing the country’s high unemployment and persistent corruption and violence, says Luciano Park, an immigration lawyer in Waltham who came from Brazil to attend law school in Boston.

But Brazilian asylum seekers face an uphill climb. Simply seeking to escape Brazil’s chronic, gang-related violence often isn’t enough to claim asylum, Park said.

Women citing domestic violence reasons are also less likely to win their cases under tougher asylum rules imposed by the Trump administration.

“Before these were good cases,” Park said. “But it’s just become tougher to argue.”

Tourist and student visas have been more difficult for Brazilians to get as more clamored for them in the recent economic downturn, says Francis Brink, an immigration lawyer in Orlando, Florida.

He has taken a few clients who were persecuted by the government because they were police officers or military officials resisting corruption. But he turns most asylum seekers away, not wanting to give them false hope.

Many single adult Brazilian migrants are being held in immigration detention while their asylum claims are processed. Others have tried to dodge detention by pretending to be a parent or a minor, often using IDs fraudulently obtained in Brazil. Homeland Security Investigations agents have been filing allegations of so-called “family fraud” by Brazilians at least a few times per month.

On a recent Tuesday, the Motel 6 is half empty, with only two Brazilian families staying there.

In room 127, a 42-year-old mother from the northeastern state of Maranhão is in bed watching TV. She’s waiting with her 16-year old son for a flight to Philadelphia, where they have family.

She said they spent four days in a Border Patrol tent detention camp before being released.

“It was miserable,” she said.

While stays at the Motel 6 are down, more migrants are staying for longer at Annunciation House, according to the shelter’s director, Ruben Garcia.

“One of the things that may have changed is we have Brazilians that don’t have some of the financial resources that some of the Brazilians did a while back,” Garcia said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 December 2019 at 13:38

Shots fired at U.S. Border Patrol agents near Casa Grande

December 16, 2019
Carla Litto

TUCSON - U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced that passengers of a vehicle fired their weapons at border officials after the vehicle fled an immigration checkpoint 20 miles south of Casa Grande, Ariz. on Monday.

The U.S. Border Patrol agents were working the immigration checkpoint at mile marker 26 on Federal Route 15 when the incident occurred at approximately 2:40 p.m.

Shots were fired at agents from a silver 2014 Ford Taurus before it was stopped with assistance from other law enforcement partners on I-10 near Casa Grande, Ariz.

The driver and two individuals found inside the vehicle's trunk were arrested.

Law enforcement involved did not discharge their firearms and no injuries were reported.

This incident is still under investigation.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 December 2019 at 19:02

Third tunnel found under US-Mexico border in Arizona town

 By Danielle Wallace | Fox News

Two Mexican nationals were arrested in Arizona this week after a third tunnel – providing a hidden passageway underneath the U.S.-Mexico border – was found in the town of Nogales this month, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement Thursday.

200 pounds of meth, 2 pounds of white heroin, 3 pounds of cocaine and 7 pounds of fentanyl

ICE agents found the 82-foot long, 8-foot deep tunnel Tuesday while carrying out a search warrant on a home in Nogales, Ariz., the statement said. About 200 pounds of meth, two pounds of white heroin, three pounds of cocaine and six-and-a-half pounds of fentanyl were also found during the raid. The two Mexican nationals -- Jovany Robledo-Delgado and Jesus Martinez Selgado – were arrested and charged with possession and conspiracy to distribute hard narcotics. They both appeared in U.S. federal court Wednesday.

The tunnel runs from the Arizona home to the entry of a sewage pipeline called the International Outfall Interceptor (IOI). The IOI transports millions of gallons of sewage water a day from the sister cities of Nogales – one in Mexico, Sonora, the other across the international boundary in Arizona – to a treatment plant in Rio Rico, Ariz., Fox 10 Phoenix reported.

Officials also found a stash that included 200 pounds of meth, two pounds of heroin, three pounds of cocaine and 6.5 pounds of fentanyl. (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement)

Tunnels can be used by Mexican cartel members to transport narcotics across the border. Migrants also have reportedly used tunnels to try to enter the U.S. illegally, surpassing designated ports of entry.

Officials believe the tunnel had been there for at least a few months. They carried out the search warrant on the home after receiving an anonymous tip about drug smuggling through the IOI, Phoenix’s KTVK-TV reported. It was the third discovered in Nogales  during December.

On Dec. 4, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents and Mexican police found an incomplete tunnel under the streets during a routine sweep of a stormwater drainage system that serves the sister cities of Nogales on both sides of the border, Fox 10reported.

It ran about 10-feet underground for about 20 feet into the U.S. from the Mexican side of the border. It was about three-feet wide and four-feet tall. Agents found its entrance in the floor of an existing drainage system tunnel – the opening blocked off by dirt and a mixture of Styrofoam and concrete. No people or drugs were found inside.

Some 50 yards away – a second was found on Dec. 10. CBP agents apprehended four migrants after spotting them on surveillance camera attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border, according to Fox 10. While retracing the migrant’s journey, agents located the tunnel about 5 feet north of the International Boundary Fence. Mexican police later located the entrance to the tunnel on the other side of the fence. It stretched about 10-feet below ground.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 21 December 2019 at 13:06
Here's a couple more stories that are becoming more common in our news cycle but in my opinion not common enough. Truthfully I would like to know the real numbers of niggers and muds that jump our borders undetected. To me that is the real story. This mud problem would be diminished drastically with a well built wall and man power. But the real fix is to eliminate the free incentives the J.O.G. government dishes out to these freeloading vermin.


Border Patrol:12 camouflaged undocumented immigrants apprehended

by Erika Esquivel
Thursday, December 19th 2019

SANDERSON, Texas (KFOX14/CBS4) — Twelve undocumented immigrants who were camouflaged were apprehended in west Texas, according to U.S. Border Patrol agents.


Agents assigned to the Sanderson Station in the Big Bend sector apprehended the undocumented immigrants Dec. 18 in a remote area of Brewster County.

The agents tracked foot-sign of the group while being assisted from the air by the CBP Alpine Air Unit in a UH-1N helicopter.

Investigators determined the group was comprised of people from from Guatemala and Mexico.

“This case is another example of illegal border crossers wearing camouflage while making entry in desolate locations in an attempt to evade arrest,” Big Bend Sector Chief Patrol Agent Matthew Hudak said.


Bold Smuggling Attempt at US-Mexico Border

By Victoria Macchi
December 18, 2019 12:56 PM.

WASHINGTON - The attempt to smuggle more than 70 people from Mexico into Texas this week was bold: A driver pulled a tractor-trailer into the commercial vehicle inspection lanes at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in Laredo, and waited for agents to check the truck.


From a photo released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, there was little else in the trailer except for dozens of people huddled against a metal-clad wall, heads turned to avoid the camera or the bright light shined at them. 
Most of those visible in the picture were wearing white shirts, which CBP says were marked by the smugglers “to assist the trafficking organization in classifying/identifying the individuals within the group.”

It is unclear what the markings were, and what they signified. A request to CBP for more information was not immediately returned on Wednesday. The story will be updated with the agency’s response.

The group was comprised of men and women from El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico who entered the United States without authorization, according to CBP. 

The driver, a U.S. citizen, was arrested, as were the people found in the trailer.

While many migrants attempt to cross the border into the U.S. on foot to remain undetected, that often requires swimming across the river or traversing remote, rugged desert areas where deaths by drowning and dehydration regularly occur.

2019 Among Deadliest Years for Migrants Trekking to US

By the end of August, more than 520 migrants in the Americas died or went missing and are presumed to have perished

 The International Organization for Migration, which tracks migrant deaths around the world, reports that as of Dec. 16, 351 people have died along the U.S.-Mexico border this year.

Some people attempt to cross hidden in car trunks or truck beds. Others pay to be transported in large tractor-trailers, where they are sometimes concealed by cargo.

US Border Agents Find Dozens of Migrants Inside Produce Truck

Two Americans are facing human smuggling charges after 32 Mexican and Ecuadorian nationals were found hidden inside a chilled semitrailer

Although vehicles can provide protection from poor weather conditions, they leave large groups of migrants vulnerable to the network of people involved in smuggling, including their drivers. 

In 2018, a truck driver was sentenced to life in prison after a botched smuggling attempt killed 10 people in San Antonio, Texas.

CBP announced last week that apprehensions at the southwest U.S. border decreased for a sixth month, after spiking from late 2018 to May of this year.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 25 December 2019 at 22:36
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 December 2019 at 18:56
So what i got out of this article was that the Central American mud races asylum seekers (waiting in Mexico) wanting into our country are so unruly, that the Mexican muds now need to come here for asylum. On one hand this points out how these Central American mud races aren't the cream of the crop or just needing protection, like our enemies constantly claim. Unfortunately with the increase of Mexican muds our detention centers will be bursting at the seems (more so than usual), since Mexican muds can't be returned to Mexico without a trial first. So this will cause many of them to be released into the interior of our country, due to the over population of holding facilities, over congestion of our already slow court system,  and the laws only allowing asylum seekers about 3 weeks maximum of incarceration while waiting for court.


Seeing a Central American surge, Mexicans join the asylum line at the U.S. border

DEC. 26, 2019

MATAMOROS, Mexico — 

Emma Sánchez waited patiently in line at the foot of a bridge leading across the Rio Grande and into Texas, one of tens of thousands of people stuck on Mexico’s northern border seeking political asylum in the United States.

“They cut my husband to pieces and dumped his body by the road,” Sánchez said matter-of-factly as she showed a visitor a link to a news article about the grisly demise of her spouse, a former taxi driver who, his widow said, refused to pay protection money to the local mob.

“Now I’m afraid they are coming after me and my kids,” she added, explaining why she had fled to Matamoros with her four daughters.

It is the kind of haunting account heard frequently in this Mexican border town, where hundreds of Central American asylum seekers who say they are fleeing gang violence await court dates in the United States. They mostly spend their days in a rough tent city along the Rio Grande, relying largely on charity from donors from the United States and Mexico for food, medical care and other essentials.

Emma Sánchez says she fled her native Acapulco after her husband, a former taxi driver, refused to pay protection money and was killed by a gang that dumped his dismembered body on a roadside. She stands near the Gateway International Bridge from Matamoros, Mexico, to Brownsville, Texas.

But Sánchez is not from Central America. She is a native of Acapulco — once a beach destination for Hollywood movie stars and other high-rolling vacationers, now a sun-splashed Pacific Coast battleground where rival Mexican factions battle for control of drug trafficking and other illicit enterprises.

She is also illustrative of a relatively new — and, from the Trump administration perspective, troubling — trend: The convergence along the border of escalating numbers of Mexican nationals seeking asylum in the United States.

Word about Central Americans and others gaining U.S. footholds via the asylum process has spread to violence-racked areas of Mexico, prompting many to head north to border towns, from Matamoros on the Gulf of Mexico to Tijuana on the Pacific.

“First we heard about the caravans, then we heard that the Central Americans were getting asylum in the United States,” said José Antonio Mendoza, 28, another asylum hopeful here from Guerrero, the western Mexican state where Acapulco is also situated. “And then we heard that asylum was also a possibility for Mexicans.” Mendoza has been waiting here for two months with his wife and two children, ages 3 and 7.

So far, asylum is more of an illusion than a reality for many Mexicans.

The number of Mexican asylum seekers arriving at the southwestern border has been steadily rising in recent months — even as the ranks of Central Americans and others seeking U.S. refuge have slowed in the face of crackdowns and policy shifts in both Mexico and the United States.

Mexican nationals now account for slightly more than half of the 21,000 or so people on various asylum waiting lists in Mexican border towns, according to a study last month by researchers at the University of Texas and UC San Diego. A year ago, relatively few Mexican nationals were in the bulging border asylum queues.

“People hear through friends, through social media, through the news that Mexicans can come to the border and get asylum in the United States,” noted Gladys Cañas, who heads a nonprofit group aiding migrants here. “Some sell their homes or land to finance the trip, but they end up getting stuck here. So far, asylum is more of an illusion than a reality for many Mexicans.”

Here, as at other crossings along the Rio Grande, blue-uniformed officers from U.S. Customs and Border Protection are stationed mid-bridge and stop many asylum seekers from proceeding into U.S. territory. U.S. officials defend the process as necessary because of staff shortages. But immigrant advocates call the practice illegal, possibly sending Mexicans back to their deaths, and have sued to stop it.

For U.S. officials, the Mexican influx poses a special challenge: Unlike Central Americans and other Spanish-speaking asylum aspirants, Mexicans cannot be dispatched back to Mexico to await future court hearings, the fate of more than 50,000 asylum applicants under the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. International law has long banned sending people back to countries where they may face persecution.

Instead, according to Mexican asylum seekers and advocates, U.S. authorities have adopted a policy of allowing only a trickle of Mexican asylum seekers to enter the United States, a process known as “metering.” On some days, migrants say, none of the scores of Mexican asylum seekers who line up here daily at a pair of border bridges are allowed pass into U.S. territory.

And that policy could soon become more restrictive: Last week, Ken Cuccinelli, acting deputy secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said that Mexican nationals seeking asylum in the United States might be shipped to Guatemala rather than being allowed to wait in the United States for the conclusion of asylum cases, which can drag on for months or years.

The Mexican asylum seekers say they are fleeing their homeland’s endemic gang violence as well as deeply entrenched poverty. Some have previously resided in the United States and have close relatives there, or have U.S.-born children reared in Mexico.

Apart from Guerrero state — where traffickers vie for turf and campesinos till fields of opium poppies — many Mexican asylum seekers come from the southern state of Chiapas, a place not known for rampant cartel violence. However, Chiapas is a region where bloody disputes intertwined with land, politics and religion have long plagued certain rural, largely indigenous zones.

“We as Christians suffer from discrimination, we are seen as second-class citizens,” said Esteban Pérez, 28, who is one of many evangelical asylum seekers from San Juan Chamula, a Chiapas municipality where clashes between evangelicals and Roman Catholics have costs scores of lives and left thousands displaced in recent decades.

Pérez, a member of Chiapas’ Tzotzil-speaking indigenous group, was talking in front of a tent that he shares with a younger brother in the sprawling encampment housing more than 1,000 asylum seekers along the banks of the Rio Grande. Most inhabitants are Central Americans awaiting U.S. court dates under the Remain in Mexico policy, which saw them expelled back to Mexico pending U.S. court appointments in tent courts on the north side of the river.

The camp — where the smell of burning wood on open cooking fires wafts through the air and women wash clothes in the contaminated waters of the Rio Grande — has become the signature site of frustrated asylum seekers stuck along the border.

Many of the Central Americans stranded have been on the road for almost a year, and have already had several U.S. court appearances. Some view the Mexicans, relative newcomers, as line-jumpers — even though the Mexicans face a different initial process than the Central Americans, since they cannot be sent back to Mexico.

“I don’t see why the Mexicans should just be able to walk up and ask for asylum,” said José Orlando López, 29, a Honduran national who said he, his wife and his daughter had already had two U.S. asylum hearings and were waiting for a third scheduled for Jan. 10. “The whole system seems designed to make us lose hope. If the Americans don’t want us, they should just tell us.”

As he spoke, his daughter, Elisabeth, 4, sat on the dirt perusing donated school books with other migrant children, under the guidance of a volunteer teacher.

The migrant camp is next to the entrance to the Gateway International Bridge, which leads to downtown Brownsville, Texas. Along the pedestrian footpath leading to the bridge, Miguel Díaz Sánchez, no relation to Emma Sánchez, kept an eye out for newcomers on a recent morning as he clutched his precious possession — la libreta, or the notebook.

“This is where we keep the names,” said Sánchez, 44, a native of Chiapas and a former worker in a chicken-processing plant in Chattanooga, Tenn. “This way we know who is coming, and we can keep order.”

Miguel Díaz Sánchez, sons Kevin Díaz Lopez, 13, and Brian, 10, and wife Elaine Lopez Vazquez, near the Gateway International Bridge, where Miguel registers Mexican asylum seekers in la libreta, or the notebook. 

Sánchez is, for now, the keeper of the book where the names of Mexican asylum seekers are written down and given a number.

The self-generated lists of Mexican asylum seekers are kept both here and, a few blocks away, at the Brownsville & Matamoros International Bridge. The two lists together recently contained some 150 names, likely representing more than 500 people, since many asylum hopefuls arrive with spouses and children.

Each day, those at the top of the lists are dispatched to the two bridges’ midpoints, where U.S. immigration officers are stationed, to request asylum interviews. List leaders take daily turns going back and forth to the middle of the bridge in a vigil that is mostly lost time.

“I don’t want my daughters to be kidnapped by the cartels and be used by them,” said Marco Antonio Valentín, 30, a native of Mexico’s Guerrero state who was on the bridge with his wife and two daughters, ages 12 and 6, who were huddled together against an early morning chill and a breeze off the river. “I want them to have a chance at the better life.”

Back at the bridge entrance, Miguel Sánchez said that the Mexican asylum seekers retained hope, even though U.S. immigration officers were letting very few get through for asylum interviews. One day earlier this month, however, U.S. officers unexpectedly called for 50 to proceed, stunning the waiting Mexicans.

“I don’t want my daughters to be kidnapped by the cartels and be used by them,” says Marco Antonio Valentín, who was on the bridge with his wife and two daughters, ages 12 and 6. “I want them to have a chance at the better life.”

“That could happen again, we need to be patient,” said Sánchez, who said he hoped to go back to Tennessee, where his mother and four sisters still live, and where his eldest son was born 14 years ago. “For us, that would be our biggest Christmas present: To be back with our families, who are waiting for us with open arms on the other side.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 26 December 2019 at 22:04
So, just three weeks wait for Beaners before they have to have a trial in the US or released into the wild? There is no good deterrent for these crooks!

The US needs to put them in either an off-shore territory in a detention centre or pay another neighbour who can process their claim off and keep them in the detention for ages so that the message is clear that if you come illegally it won’t be simple.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 December 2019 at 22:45
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 January 2020 at 12:57
All the more reason to be concerned with the sh!thole mud country to our South. If the cartels leaders and presidents have the same power, then it makes a dangerous neighbor for the United States. To me this should stress the importance for stronger Southern border security. Because if the Mexican government can't control their crime, it always becomes a problem for the U.S.


Mexico President Says ‘El Chapo’ Had Same Power As President

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the president of Mexico, said on Wednesday that there was a time when[imprisoned drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera Guzmán “had the same power or had the influence that the then president.”

01/01/2020 07:27 PM ET

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador closed out 2019 with a parting shot at his predecessors, saying imprisoned drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera had had the same power as the country’s president.

In a video message from the southern city of Palenque on Wednesday, López Obrador recounted his administration’s successes in its first year and highlighted its challenges — foremost surging violence. He said he had already done away with the high-level corruption that was rampant in previous governments, but said it was crucial to draw a bright line between criminal elements and authorities so that the two sides do not mingle as they had in the past.

“There was a time when Guzmán had the same power or had the influence that the then president had ... because there had been a conspiracy and that made it difficult to punish those who committed crimes. That has already become history, gone to the garbage dump of history,” López Obrador said.

It appeared to be a reference to the indictment and arrest last month of Mexico’s former public safety secretary Genaro García Luna. García Luna was public safety secretary in President Felipe Calderon’s Cabinet from 2006 to 2012. Before joining Calderon’s government, García Luna led Mexico’s equivalent of the FBI, the Federal Investigative Agency, under President Vicente Fox.

He was charged in federal court in New York with three counts of trafficking cocaine and one count of making false statements. He had been living in Florida and was arrested in Texas.

U.S. prosecutors allege he accepted millions of dollars in bribes from Guzmán’s Sinaloa cartel and in exchange allowed it to operate without interference.

Guzmán was convicted on drug conspiracy charges in New York. He was sentenced last year to life in prison.

López Obrador’s public safety secretary Alfonso Durazo on Wednesday echoed the president’s comments about rooting out corruption in the security forces.

In a series of posts on Twitter, Durazo also said the government would recruit 21,170 people in 2020 to join the newly formed National Guard and continue to expand its presence in the country. López Obrador has bet big that the new federal security force will be able to wrangle violence that generated a record-setting number of murders in 2019
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 January 2020 at 01:32
In my opinion we shouldn't be allowing these Iranian muds into our country at all. Especially with this war our government officials are trying to gen. up. Better yet we should shut our borders to any and all muslim countries. When you're dealing with a lower IQ species that practices a religion which openly tells its followers to lie and kill the infidel dog to expand, it is better to eliminate that cancer from one's society completely.


Border stops for people of Iranian descent spark outrage

The reaction to the detentions at a Canadian crossing and a New York airport came after the U.S. killing of an Iranian military commander.

01/05/2020 08:12 PM EST

Reports of Iranians and Iranian-Americans being detained for questioning upon entering the U.S. kicked off a furor on Sunday from Washington state to Washington, D.C., marking a new domestic blowback to the Trump administration’s targeted killing of a key Iranian leader.

The Washington state chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a prominent Muslim civil liberties group, said on Sunday that more than 60 people of Iranian descent, including American citizens, were held for hourslong periods of questioning over the weekend at the Peace Arch checkpoint in Blaine, Wash., along the border with Canada. CAIR noted that many Iranian-Americans would continue to approach the port of entry over the weekend as some return to the U.S. after attending an Iranian pop concert Saturday in Vancouver.

The initial reports and the backlash they triggered — with references to the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II — highlighted the potential risks inside the U.S. even before the fierce retaliation promised by the Iranian government for the killing of Qassem Soleimani, the leader of Iran’s elite paramilitary forces, by a U.S. military drone on Thursday.

CAIR said in its statement that a source at U.S. Customs and Border Protection had reported that the agency received a national directive from the Department of Homeland Security to “‘report’ and detain anyone with Iranian heritage entering the country who is deemed potentially suspicious or ‘adversarial,’ regardless of citizenship status.”

“We are working to verify reports of a broad nationwide directive to detain Iranian-Americans at ports of entry so that we can provide community members with accurate travel guidance,” Masih Fouladi, executive director of CAIR’s Washington chapter, said in a statement.

Len Saunders, an immigration attorney in Blaine, said his contacts through CBP indicated that headquarters in Washington had ordered new vetting procedures, which appear to be directed toward people born in Iran, that require port directors to sign off on admitting anyone held for questioning.

A CBP spokesperson denied that DHS or the agency had issued any such directive.

“Social media posts that CBP is detaining Iranian-Americans and refusing their entry into the U.S. because of their country of origin are false,” the spokesperson said.

The agency says it often adjusts operations and staffing to balance security needs with lawful travel and trade. Processing times at the Blaine port of entry reached an average of two hours Saturday evening, though CBP said some travelers waited up to four hours to cross.

Sam Sadr, who lives in North Vancouver, said he was held for nearly nine hours at the Peace Arch border crossing on Saturday after the birthplace printed on his Canadian passport caught the attention of the U.S. customs officer.

Sadr, who was born in Tehran, told POLITICO he was on his way to Seattle for the day with his family. The officer, he said, asked him to pull over and go into the border office to provide more information.

Sadr recalled arriving at the border at 11:07 a.m. Pacific time. He and his family were finally allowed to enter the U.S. around 7:45 p.m.

In between those times, the officers took their passports and asked lots of questions, he said. After a couple of hours, the officers asked the same questions again.

They wanted to know where they were coming from, where they went to school, whether they had military backgrounds and whether they had firearms licences, Sadr said.

“Why me? Why my parents? Why my sisters, brothers? I don’t know,” said Sadr, a professional photographer who received his Canadian citizenship two years ago.

“We are innocent. … This completely discriminates.”

While he was waiting, he said, he saw many other people of Iranian descent also held up at the border crossing. He said some people, including officers, appeared to be frustrated with the situation.

Sadr, who left Iran more than 12 years ago, said he and his family stayed in the U.S. for only about an hour since it was so late and the stores had closed.

Asked for comment on Sadr’s story and to explain the discrepancy between the “four hours” figure in CBP’s statement and Sadr’s nearly nine hour ordeal, a CBP spokesperson said the agency stood by their earlier statement.

Attorneys monitoring the situation at the border in Washington state said they had not seen any evidence that American citizens with Iranian ties were denied entry to the U.S. Those being held for questioning are now being processed more quickly — within 30 to 60 minutes, rather than upwards of 10 hours as some experienced on Saturday, said Matt Adams, legal director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project’s Seattle office.

“It doesn’t make any sense, because these are individuals who are U.S. citizens and don’t have any individualized suspicion associated with them, other than the fact that they’re Iranian or of Iranian heritage,” he said. “What’s clear is that they are being targeted for the secondary inspection because of their Iranian background, and there must be some kind of directive” to CBP officers to pull them over, he added.

Attorneys in Washington state said CBP officers’ questions focused on travelers’ family members and where they went to school or worked, as well as whether they or a relative had any ties to the Iranian military.

The questioning of Iranians and Iranian-Americans wasn’t unique to Washington state.

John Ghazvinian, an Iranian-American historian and U.S. citizen, said he was subject to additional questioning on Sunday when he flew back on Air France from a trip to Egypt.

“Well, just landed at JFK and — no surprise — got taken to the special side room and got asked (among other things) how I feel about the situation with Iran,” he wrote in a tweet that went viral. “I wanted to be like: my book comes out in September, preorder now on amazon.”

In an interview, he said that the first CBP officer flipped through his passport and asked him, “When was the last time you were in Libya?”, to which he replied, “I’ve never been to Libya.” The officer quickly corrected himself to say "Iran," to which Ghazvinian told him that he had last been there in 2009. He then was asked more questions in a private secondary screening, he said, the first time he’s ever been held up when returning to the U.S.

Asked whether he felt he was pulled aside because he was Iranian-American, he said he didn’t “want to speculate on another person’s private thoughts or motivations, but [the officer’s] first question was about the last time I had been to Iran.”

Ghazvinian, the interim director of the Middle East Center at the University of Pennsylvania, said that the officers told him they had flagged him for extra scrutiny because it looked as though he had bought a one-way ticket to the U.S., when in fact he hadn’t. The female CBP officer, whom he described as “very friendly,” also asked him in the secondary screening whether he had family members in Iran and what they thought of what is going on. He told them he hadn’t talked to them about the situation.

Then she asked him what he thought of the tensions between the U.S. and Iran, to which he responded by saying he didn’t think the question was relevant. “She said, ‘We are just curious about what people think about these things,’ and I said, ‘It feels a little political,’ and then she dropped it,” he recalled.

The events, which he called “inherently a stressful experience” and “nerve-wracking,” involved a five- to 10-minute wait and around three minutes of questioning, he said.

Soon after he cleared immigration and customs, he sent out the tweet and said he was “surprised by the attention it got. … It was not my intention to paint myself as some type of victim here. I don’t feel that way.”

“To be honest, I thought it was just funny and so I just sent out what I thought was a lighthearted tweet,” he said.

Hina Shamsi, director of the ACLU National Security Project, said the accounts made public thus far were “very disturbing” and were stoking fear among a population already sensitive to border issues, given the Trump administration’s travel restrictions on Iranian nationals.

“The government has a legitimate interest in verifying identity, citizenship or legal status at the border, but it has no business infringing on the constitutional rights of citizens and legal permanent residents by detaining and invasively questioning them about their associations, religious or political beliefs or practices,” Shamsi said.

Reps. Adam Smith and Pramila Jayapal, both Seattle-area Democrats, tweeted Sunday that they were trying to gather more information on the detentions at the border with British Columbia.

“Let me be clear: Instituting xenophobic, shameful and unconstitutional policies that discriminate against innocent people, trample over basic civil rights, and put fear in the hearts of millions do not make us safer,” Jayapal said in a statement.

Rep. Suzan DelBene, a Democrat whose district includes Blaine, said she was also investigating the reports.

Parmida Esmaeilpour, a director with the Civic Association of Iranian Canadians in Vancouver, said concerns related to crossing the U.S. border had been building in her community for several days.

“It’s my understanding that [authorities] said that they would be detaining or questioning people who may have some sort of suspicious ties to the [Iranian] government,” said Esmaeilpour, whose association works to encourage Iranian-Canadians to engage more in Canada’s political process. “But in practice we’re seeing that it’s actually being applied much more indiscriminately to anyone of Iranian background who’s trying to cross the border.”

A Canada Border Services Agency spokesperson directed inquiries to DHS.

One former DHS official said he was worried that in the future, as part of a tit-for-tat with Iran, CBP could tighten its screening of potential visitors to the U.S. even more “to take a harder look and a longer view of somebody‘s travel history,” which would lead CBP port-of-entry directors and officers to “err on the side of caution absent any formal guidance.“

Saunders, the immigration lawyer, said two of his clients, both Persian-Canadians and one of whom is an American citizen, encountered hours of questioning at two different ports of entry in Washington state on Saturday.

“Why were 50 to 100 Persians sitting inside the Peace Arch port of entry yesterday for hours upon hours?” he said Sunday. “They were being singled out. I saw it myself.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 07 January 2020 at 08:50
In my opinion we shouldn't be allowing these Iranian muds into our country at all. Especially with this war our government officials are trying to gen. up. Better yet we should shut our borders to any and all muslim countries. When you're dealing with a lower IQ species that practices a religion which openly tells its followers to lie and kill the infidel dog to expand, it is better to eliminate that cancer from one's society completely.

Too true, brother.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 09 January 2020 at 12:25
And "they" say a wall is antiquated and doesn't work....


Illegal immigrants rescued at border wall in California after 'precarious situation'

 By Travis Fedschun | Fox News

Illegal immigrants get stuck on border wall trying to enter California

U.S. Customs and Border Protection came to the rescue of three people after agents on patrol saw them perched on top of the San Diego border wall. The trio were Mexican citizens illegally trying to cross into the United States.

Three people were rescued over the weekend after they were found trapped in "a precarious situation" on a new section of border wall near San Diego, according to officials.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection news release said that around midnight Sunday, agents on patrol saw three people perched on top of the wall near Otay Mesa. The three, a man and two women, attempted to enter the U.S. illegally in dense fog by climbing the San Diego Sector’s new 30-foot, steel bollard wall before getting stuck, according to officials.

“These three were very fortunate to not have fallen from the top of the wall, which could have resulted in serious injury or death,” CBP San Diego Sector’s Acting Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Heitke said in a statement. “These dangers are not important considerations to smugglers, who place an emphasis on profits over safety.”

The trio ended up on the wet, slippery wall after smugglers abandoned them, which officials said left them in "a precarious situation."

Agents called in firefighters with San Diego Fire Department to get the group down safely using a ladder truck

Three people were stuck on top of the new border wall around midnight on Sunday in San Diego. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Once on the ground, agents questioned the group and found all three were Mexican citizens illegally trying to cross into the United States, Border Patrol said.

A 36-year-old male, a 20-year-old female, and an 18-year-old female were transported to a nearby Border Patrol station for processing. Officials did not say how they got on top of the wall.

The new stretch of border wall includes 14 miles of 18-foot, primary steel bollard fencing built in San Diego County as part of President Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall along the southern border. It has a secondary 30-foot steel bollard barrier behind.

The two barriers in San Diego sector (U.S. Border Patrol)

The new construction replaced 8-foot landing mats, usually supported by a steel mesh behind them.

The project to install 14 miles of replacement barriers began in May 2018 and is now complete. The secondary project began in February 2019 and it includes 2 miles of wall that did not exist before, officials say.

Trump visited the San Diego project in September and described it in glowing terms — even signing his name on the barrier.

14-mile border fence replacement project complete in San Diego

Fourteen miles of old border fencing from the 1990s has been replaced in San Diego, Calif., with another 14 miles of secondary fencing being added. William La Jeunesse reports from the border.

“So it’s a very powerful, very powerful wall, the likes of which, probably, to this extent, has not been built before,” he said.

"But the numbers now are way down," he later added. "And as the wall goes up — literally, as the wall goes up, the numbers go down."

How effectively the new barrier deters migrants and stops crossings is tough to calculate. The construction of the wall, however, did coincide with a sharp decline in apprehensions. In August 2019, there were 3,326 apprehensions in the San Diego sector, down from 6,880 in March and 5,884 in May.
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Post by: Private on 10 January 2020 at 12:35
Finally, some good news from our Southern border. Now If we could just get the rest of the muds to do the same.


Mexican asylum-seeker cuts own throat yards from US border after being denied entry: report

By Edmund DeMarche | Fox News

An unidentified Mexican asylum-seeker took his own life Wednesday just yards from the U.S. border after he was denied entry, a report said.

Another unidentified Mexican that cut its own throat

The man was in his 30s, Reuters reported, citing two Mexican security officials. The incident occurred on a bridge spanning the  Rio Grande about 5 p.m. local time. After being denied entry, the man was seen taking out a knife and slitting his own throat. He died a few yards away from the border with Pharr, Texas, on the Mexican side.

Officials from U.S. Customs and Border Protection did not immediately respond to an after-hours email from Fox News. The Reuters report said it was unclear why the man killed himself.

The U.S. moved aggressively over the past year to reduce the number of asylum seekers arriving at its southwest border through a series of measures aimed at making it a less attractive option.

In recent days, guidance was reportedly sent to U.S. asylum officials that said Mexicans would now be included in the so-called “Remain in Mexico” program that sent non-Mexican asylum seekers back to Mexico to await their asylum cases.

The Tamaulipas attorney general’s office said it was investigating the man’s death, Reuters reported.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 17 January 2020 at 14:05
Looks like another brown wave is on it's way, to help contribute to the destruction of country.


US sends asylum seekers to Guatemala as new caravan heads north


More than 2,000 Honduran migrants and asylum seekers leave for US, despite expected obstacles on route and at borders.

by Jeff Abbott
16 Jan 2020 23:26 GMT

Honduran migrants travelling in a caravan headed towards the United States stand while police block the road at the border between Honduras and Guatemala in Agua Caliente, Guatemala [Fabricio Alonso/Reuters]

Guatemala City, Guatemala - More than 2,000 Honduran migrants and asylum seekers entered Guatemala on Thursday as part of the latest caravan to leave for the United States, despite new asylum agreements across the region and vows to stop their advance.

The caravan split into two groups, with one heading to the remote northeast Peten Department in hopes of finding a safer crossing into Mexico. On Wednesday, new Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei said Mexican officials have said they would not permit the caravan to cross into Mexico. But migrants told Al Jazeera that some believe the border crossings in Peten will be open and more secure.

More: Rights groups slam Mexico detention of documented asylum seekers
US sends first Honduran to Guatemala under new asylum deal
US held record 69,550 migrant children in custody in 2019: Report

Videos shared on Facebook showed streams of migrants walking down the hot, sun-drenched highways in the far north of the country. Other migrants followed the routes taken by previous caravans to the Mexican border town of Tapachula.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 January 2020 at 14:02
I think I approve of this use of Mexico as a buffer to the rest of Central and South America, even though I'm not pleased with relying on the Mexican muds for my people's safty. Maybe we should just kick out the Mexican muds and take over Mexico. The Mexican southern border is much smaller than than the United States', so it would be a lot easier to wall off and protect. Of course in a perfect world these mud races would be non-existent and not an issue for our people. My concern is if this is just a distraction that is allowing this mud races to sneak into our country undetected.


Hundreds of US-bound migrants stopped from entering Mexico

21 January 2020

Migrants cross the river Suchiate on the border between Guatemala and Mexico on Monday

Hundreds of migrants who waded across a river on Mexico's southern border have been stopped from entering the country on their way to the US.


The migrants, mainly from Honduras, took to the water after being refused permission to cross a nearby bridge.

The security forces fired tear gas to force the migrants back and rounded up those who managed to make it across.

Mexico has cut off migration routes to the US under pressure from President Donald Trump.

National Guard troops with riot shields were seen trying to stop the migrants from climbing the banks of the Suchiate river, which marks the border between Mexico and Guatemala.

Some of those who were trying to reach Mexico threw stones at the police.

The detained migrants have been transferred to immigration stations. They will be returned to their home countries if their legal status cannot be resolved, the government said.

The migrants had been camped out in the Guatemalan town of Tecún Umán, across the border from Mexico's Ciudad Hidalgo.

Eight representatives of the migrants were allowed into Mexico for talks with the authorities and to pass a letter on to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

They urged him to let them pass and promised to respect the law.

Those who tried to cross the river on Monday were part of a 2,000 to 3,500-strong group dubbed "2020 Caravan", evoking previous attempts to cross Mexico en masse to reach the US border.

For its part, Guatemala said several thousand migrants had crossed into its territory from Honduras since Wednesday.

Many of the migrants on the Mexico border said they were fleeing violence, poverty and high murder rates.

"We got desperate because of the heat. It's been exhausting, especially for the children," Honduran migrant Elvis Martínez told AFP news agency.

Mexico has said they can stay and work in Mexico and apply for asylum but will not be allowed free passage to the US.

"They're trying to trick us. They tell us to register, but then they deport us," another migrant said.

The Mexican interior ministry said it had already taken in 1,100 migrants in the states of Chiapas and Tabasco. Most would be returned to their country of origin "if their situation warrants it", it added.

President Trump reached a deal with Mexico in June to stem the flow of migrants to the US after threatening it with high tariffs. Mexico agreed to take "unprecedented" steps to curb irregular migration, including deploying the National Guard.

Another agreement, with Guatemala, designates that country as a "safe third country". Under the accord, the US can send migrants from Honduras or El Salvador who pass through Guatemala back to that country to seek asylum first.

Mr Trump has made the fight against illegal migration to the US a major policy issue and has taken measures to deter entry across the border from Mexico, including plans for a border wall.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 30 January 2020 at 01:58
Even with the Images of the Mexican government fighting back the more southern Spanish speaking muds, this article should be a reminder that we still have the entire third world population attempting to enter our borders.



Border Patrol in El Paso continuing to apprehend illegal entrants from various nations

by David Cross
Monday, January 27th 2020

EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14/CBS4) — U.S. Border Patrol agents in the El Paso Sector are continuing to apprehend individuals from various countries attempting to enter the United States illegally.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Border Patrol agents working near downtown El Paso noticed a suspicious vehicle Friday that picked up three people suspected of having entered the U.S. illegally.

The agents attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver sped off leading to a pursuit along Loop 375 near UTEP, officials said.

The pursuit ended when the vehicle entered an apartment complex in the Sunset Heights area and those in the car fled on foot, according to CBP.

CBP said one of the agents noticed the vehicle had been left unattended on a steep incline and immediately jumped into the vehicle to prevent it from rolling downhill into traffic or housing in the area.

Agents notified UTEP police about the subjects being in the area.

One of the suspects was tracked by Border Patrol agents and was discovered hiding in the nearby residences. CBP said the individual was a Cuban national illegally in the U.S. and they were taken to El Paso Border Patrol Station and processed for removal.

In a separate incident in Fabens, Texas, Border Patrol agents were alerted to a group of people attempting to enter the U.S. illegally by surveillance camera operators.

CBP said agents searched the area and discovered four people attempting to hide in heavy brush. According to CBP, two of the four were Mexican nationals and the other two were Turkish nationals.

All four people were taken to the Clint Border Patrol Station for processing, CBP said.
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Post by: Private on 01 February 2020 at 13:51

36 immigrants found concealed inside Texas dump truck, police say

Jan. 31, 2020, 7:30 PM CST
By Kerry Sanders


A disabled dump truck towed by Texas authorities to an impound yard was later found to contain 36 immigrants believed to be in the U.S. illegally, the Laredo Police Department said Friday.

Police said the immigrants, who were unharmed, were hidden inside a compartment obscured by a layer of sand, dirt and gravel for a few hours before they were discovered Thursday. Police searched the truck after receiving an anonymous tip, they said.

Police officials told NBC News the truck was in a remote impound lot, and the people might not have been discovered had it not been for the tip. They said the immigrants were not initially seen or heard.

The truck came to the attention of authorities Thursday morning after a flat tire forced it to stop on a Laredo road, police said. Authorities responded because it was a traffic hazard, officials told NBC News.

Driver Ruben Plata, 62, told officers the situation was under control and that a supervisor and private tow truck were en route, but police checked his background and discovered he was wanted for a parole violation connected to a homicide case, Laredo police said.

With the driver in handcuffs, police impounded the truck and received the tip a short time later, they said.

When rescue crews and paramedics arrived at the lot, they knocked on the truck and heard a knock back, police told NBC News.

It wasn't immediately clear when the immigrants allegedly crossed the border or where they are from.

U.S. Homeland Security Investigations took custody of the 36 and was investigating.

On Sunday, Border Patrol agents at a highway checkpoint north of Laredo discovered 83 people in a trailer being pulled by a tractor, according to NBC affiliate KGNS.

Authorities said the people, suspected of being in the country illegally, were from Guatemala, Honduras, Spain, Mexico and Ecuador.
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Post by: Private on 02 February 2020 at 19:02

Gilles Desaulniers moved to San Francisco 40 years ago, settling in the ‘friendly, quaint and affordable’ city after running out of cash while driving from Canada down the West Coast of America.

Today he runs a grocery store filled with fresh fruit, vegan snacks and organic wines typical of this famously liberal Californian city.

But Gilles has shut one outlet and would sell up entirely if anyone wanted this one, his remaining shop.

Each day, up to 30 people stroll in and openly steal goods, costing him hundreds of dollars

He has been bitten twice recently by people in his shop and he also found a woman turning blue in the toilet after a drugs overdose, a hypodermic needle still stuck in her leg.

He showed me a metal door that is corroding due to people urinating in his doorway, then spoke of finding a man relieving himself in full view of infants playing in a child centre next door.

‘Our society is falling apart,’ says Desaulniers.

‘If people do not play by some rules, society does not function. But it feels like there is no order, there is no shame.’

He uses two apocalyptic movies to illustrate the state of his adopted city: ‘Living here feels like A Clockwork Orange and Blade Runner have both come true.’

I could grasp his despair. I had just passed dealers selling drugs beside a police car parked outside government offices, and seen their customers openly smoke fentanyl, an opioid 50 times stronger than heroin, then collapse on the street.

All cities have their seedy sides. But this is the very centre of San Francisco, by an upmarket Westfield shopping mall thronged with people in designer clothes perusing Rolex watches, Louis Vuitton handbags and Tiffany jewellery.

The beautiful city by the bay, where Tony Bennett famously left his heart and which poses as a beacon of progressiveness, has more billionaires per capita than any other on the planet.

Not long ago, a seven-bedroom home here recently sold for $38 million (£29 million), while at the Michelin-starred Saison restaurant, the ‘kitchen menu’ starts at $298 a head and reservations require a $148 deposit.

The city authorities have a huge $12 billion budget, handing their 31,800 staff average annual pay and benefit packages of an astonishing $175,000.

Yet the tide of homeless, addicted and mentally ill people washing up here has become so severe that a global expert on slums claimed San Francisco may be more unsanitary than some of the poorest parts of Africa and Asia.

Oracle, one of the technology giants based in the nearby Silicon Valley, has switched a conference for 60,000 people to Las Vegas due to the toxic combination of ‘poor street conditions’ and costly hotels.

This followed a medical association moving its $40 million convention out of San Francisco amid safety fears because of sordid tent encampments and overt drug use. Other events are being affected.

‘Indoors, people are making deals, talking about healthcare and networking. Yet in the streets, I witnessed homeless people injecting cocaine,’ tweeted Kistein Monkhouse while attending a recent J. P. Morgan conference for 9,000 people.

As one prominent academic tells me, it seems a cruel irony that so much squalor and despair is found in the Californian base of all those billionaire technology titans seeking to reshape the world in their image.

‘San Francisco has always had hobos but we’ve never seen anything like this. It’s become a vision of some kind of strange dystopian future,’ says Joel Kotkin, a widely respected professor in urban studies.

He can reel off damning statistics to back his claim that San Francisco symbolises the Golden State’s descent into ‘high-tech feudalism’ including America’s highest poverty levels, its worst rates of property crime and its biggest gap between top and middle incomes.

But one statistic stands out: almost half of homeless people in the United States are in California, according to a recent White House study.

And San Francisco, a comparatively small city that is home to tech giants such as Twitter, Uber and Airbnb, has the highest rate of ‘unsheltered’ citizens – at ten times the national level.

Downtown visitors cannot fail to witness the distressing evidence. Almost instantly after I arrived, I saw three people smoking crystal meth through glass pipes, then others with the facial scabs and sores associated with this destructive drug. One man with matted hair sat slumped in a stupor wearing just grubby underpants.

Another, clearly under the influence of heroin, had ‘nodded off’ and was static on a child’s bicycle. A third urinated on the street. A woman changed her clothes from a tatty suitcase on the pavement.

Others shuffled pathetically or rolled slowly along the street in wheelchairs. Some were clearly suffering mental distress, such as a man in his 50s begging for cash who told me he was waiting for his air force pension.

A street cleaner showed me a box filled with used syringes that he had collected, then I met two charity workers picking up needles from the pavement.

How many do you find a day, I ask?

‘Between 300 and 600, depending on the weather,’ one replies.

So if you are going to San Francisco, feel free to wear flowers in your hair but local women say avoid sandals on your feet. Dog owners complain they have to wash human faeces from the legs of their pets after a walk.

One fed-up resident showed me Hondurans handing out socks filled with wraps of drugs in front of a building being turned into an upmarket Whole Foods store.

The dealers displayed little need for concealment. ‘After a while, you become desensitised – it’s like everyone here is wearing blinkers,’ says my guide, a man in his 30s.

‘All my friends with kids have moved out of the city.’

The city and state have some of the highest tax rates in the country, but his area of SoMa West voted to back a fresh charge on firms to fund a new community group to clean up its streets. It is the 17th district to pass such a measure.

‘You have to develop a thick skin,’ says Sonya Lee, 24, supervisor in a Starbucks branch surrounded by bustling boutiques, expensive hotels and smart restaurants. ‘Every day, people come in and take stuff. It’s dreadful but we don’t know what to do


The fruits of a liberal “free for all”?!
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 February 2020 at 19:13
The fruits of a liberal “free for all”?!

Unfortunately that's the truth of it Brother. Conservatives and Liberals are destroying our White nations, but it seems like these Liberals are fast tracking a kamikaze style attack plan.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 03 February 2020 at 18:23

He has been bitten twice recently by people in his shop and he also found a woman turning blue in the toilet after a drugs overdose, a hypodermic needle still stuck in her leg.

He showed me a metal door that is corroding due to people urinating in his doorway, then spoke of finding a man relieving himself in full view of infants playing in a child centre next door

When I was in SF, the people in the fast food places made sure you were a customer just to use the toilet, now I can see why they have such an edge about it. The druggies could die on you inside the restroom! Who’d want to clean it up?!

The public toilets were very few and far between!

There were signs up that were very loud saying “This isn’t your bedroom or a toilet! No loitering”! I have never seen a sign worded so abruptly before!

The bums and weirdos were “a plenty”. I could see and smell drug use everywhere! This town must be a magnet for lowlifes because  they tolerate everything?
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 February 2020 at 12:44
As if the Spanish speaking muds and African niggers weren't enough, now we have an influx of dot niggers at our borders.


‘Scared for my life’: why more Indians are joining migrants on risky journey to reach the US

www.theguardian.com (http://www.theguardian.com)

Kumar, 24, and his wife were eating dinner at their home in the north Indian state of Gujarat when rocks crashed through two front windows. As they took cover, Kumar said he glimpsed a car driving away – with a bumper sticker for the country’s Hindu nationalist ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata party or BJP.


A couple of months later, the couple were riding their motorcycle home one night after canvassing a nearby village for the Indian National Congress party, the BJP’s main rival, ahead of the country’s general election last year.

Four men, who Kumar recognized as BJP supporters, blocked the road ahead of him. He swerved, lost control and crashed to the ground, where the men beat him so badly that he couldn’t walk for 10 days, he said. Kumar went to a police station, but two BJP members were waiting there to prevent him from filing a report, he said.

Soon after, a relative told him he had heard that the attackers were looking for him again – so Kumar and his wife decided to flee the country.

“I was scared for my life,” said Kumar, who asked not to use his full name to protect family members still in India. “I thought I was going to get killed.”

Soon, he and his wife were on a plane to Mexico where they joined the growing number of Indians crossing the border to seek asylum in the United States.

After migrants from Latin America, more Indians are detained at the US southern border than citizens of any other country. 2018 (the last year for which figures are available) saw the highest number of detentions ever recorded: nearly 9,000 Indians were caught by the border patrol, a dramatic increase from a decade before when only 77 were caught.

As they make their journey halfway around the world, Indians face the same dangers as other migrants do: they risk rape, robbery and death on the border – a six-year-old Sikh girl died while crossing the Arizona desert in mid-June. And the dangers persist when they reach American soil: five Indian asylum seekers have been on hunger strike for more than 90 days to protest at being held in a Louisiana Ice detention centre, and two of them have been force-fed.

One of the men told the Guardian he fled India after being threatened by Hindu nationalists for converting to Christianity. “I am not a criminal. I never did any crime. I’ve never been to jail,” he said.

Mexican migration and military police found undocumented Indian migrants travelling on a bus at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Tapachula, Chiapas state, on 14 June 2019. Photograph: Quetzalli Blanco/AFP via Getty Images

In October, Mexican immigration authorities deported 311 Indian citizens – most of them from Punjab – in what they called an “unprecedented” repatriation.

Migration is driven by a host of causes, but many US immigration lawyers say the rise in undocumented Indian migration is linked to the ascent of the BJP – and the sectarian violence the party has inspired.

“If you look at when this uptick began, it really stems from when the BJP came into power,” said Deepak Ahluwalia, an immigration lawyer who frequently works with Indian asylum seekers.

Since Narendra Modi became prime minister in 2014, vigilante violence by militant Hindu nationalists in India has surged. As many as 90% of religious hate crimes in the last decade took place after Modi was elected, according to Factchecker.in, an Indian group that tracks religious hate crimes.

Victims – often Muslims, low-caste individuals and other minorities – have endured forced conversions, fatal beatings and even lynch mobs. Extremist groups have attacked fellow Indians suspected of stealing or slaughtering cows, which are sacred in Hinduism. These vigilante Hindu groups killed at least 44 people between May 2015 and December 2018, according to a recent Human Rights Watch report.

Police have neglected to investigate and prosecute wrongdoers in many cases, and Hindu nationalist political leaders have even defended such attacks. The US Commission on International Religious Freedom denounced the Indian government’s “allowance and encouragement of mob violence against religious minorities” in an April report.

In December, the Indian parliament passed a contentious citizenship bill,which many believe is openly discriminatory against Muslims, sparking protests across the country.

The bill’s passage is the latest in a series of anti-Muslim attacks led by the Modi government, following the detention of thousands of Muslims in Kashmir and a citizenship crackdown in the north-eastern India that left millions of people, mostly Muslims, potentially stateless.

Supporters of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata party hold flags as they attend a rally, addressed by the home minister, Amit Shah, in support of a new citizenship law on 21 January. Photograph: Pawan Kumar/Reuters

Some academics argue, however, that Indian emigration is more driven by economic factors.

“In the big scheme of things, it is not persecution which is driving global migration. It is the economy,” said Tayyab Mahmud, a law professor at Seattle University School of Law who has testified in asylum proceedings for Indian migrants.

John Lawit, a Dallas-based immigration attorney, said most of his Indian clients were Sikh tenant farmers who were driven out of business by corporate farms.

But other immigration lawyers say they have represented Indian asylum seekers who have faced identity-based violence, including Christians, Muslims, LGBTQ people, and members of lower castes.

Harjinder Singh, a Sikh asylum-seeker from Punjab, argued that the journey from India to the United States is too costly for migrants to leave for economic reasons. He said he left Punjab because he was beaten up by members of the state’s ruling Congress party for belonging to the Sikh Shiromani Akali Dal party.

“It’s people that can afford to come here,” he said. “People that can pay 40,000 dollars.”

Indian asylum seekers often fear that if they stay in India – even if they moved far away from their hometown – they’d still be subject to vigilante violence. And interviews with migrants suggest that many choose to come to the United States because they have family or friends that live there.

Some Indian migrants fly from India to Europe, before arriving in Mexico. Others fly into Central or South America and follow the well-trodden migrant trail into Mexico.

The Kumars at Number 42

Most Indian migrants, like Kumar, then cross the border near Calexico, a small town in the southern California desert.

Smugglers often drop them off near a three-foot high border wall and tell them to hop over the barrier and keep walking, said agent Eduardo Jacobo, spokesman for the El Centro sector border patrol, where Calexico is located.

None of the local border patrol agents speak Punjabi or Hindi, said Jacobo, adding that he would use hand signals to communicate with the migrants until he could call an interpreter.

“The smugglers all take them to the same spots,” said Jacobo, . “They all look lost and scared.”

Racist Indians
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 04 February 2020 at 18:39
Curry munchers go absolutely everywhere! Any country with money in it, they’ll shonk their way in there and continue to shonk people once they arrive!

The new “Jews”!

They are absolutely ruthless in every way and :- lie, trick and penny pinch in every way possible!

They ALWAYS ask the same question 3 times in different ways and they are curious devils that have to hover about and stare!

They have no moral compass and will do anything if they think they can get away with it.

If they come to your country how many more :-Cab drivers, call centres and petrol stations do you need? Just you wait! Your neighbourhood will be full of spice shops and subcontinental clothing shops.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 18 February 2020 at 01:23
As border patrol's monthly immigration arrests keep dropping, these articles keep popping up. Unfortunately, I'm sure there are exponentially more muds that are actually making it into the country. I think the illegal mud numbers haven't changed as much as the  propaganda media and enemy government would like us to believe. The muds just went back to their old sneaky ways.


Border Patrol agents find 26 illegal immigrants hiding inside tractor-trailer in California, officials say

By Bradford Betz | Fox News


Border Patrol agents arrested a man Wednesday after discovering 26 illegal immigrants hiding inside a tractor-trailer that was crossing into California at the U.S.-Mexico border, officials said.

Agents assigned to the El Centro Sector checkpoint on Highway 86 discovered the immigrants around 9:40 p.m. while conducting an immigration check on the 32-year-old driver, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a news release.

A Border Patrol canine alerted agents to the rear cargo of the tractor-trailer. The agents said they inspected the area and found 26 people inside.

Chief Patrol Agent Gloria I. Chavez said the immigrants had no safety restraints and were locked inside in below 45-degree weather.

Teenagers were among the group. Border Patrol Agent Carlos Pitones told the Los Angeles Times that the immigrants’ ages ranged from 16 to 56.

The driver presented agents with a California driver’s license as his own, but it was later determined to be fraudulent. The agents then determined that the driver was a Mexican national in the U.S. illegally, according to CBP.

The driver and all 26 of the smuggled immigrants were arrested.

“This smuggling operation had no regard for the safety of the people they were smuggling,” Chavez said. “Fortunately, our agents were able to remove them from that potentially life-threatening situation.”

Pitones told the Times that the immigrants will be processed “in a case-by-case basis.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 25 February 2020 at 13:24
As the Mexican muds and propaganda media portray the optics of fighting back the more Southern Spanish speaking muds, the Mexicans are promoting their own to come to the U.S.


Mexico does little as thousands flee violence for US border

Tim Steller 
Feb 24, 2020 Updated 7 hrs ago

Leonardo Bravo, Guerrero, Mexico — So many people have been forced from their homes in this highland area of southern Mexico that the mayor gives a form letter to local residents who want to seek asylum in the United States.

Citizens contemplating an asylum claim can get a form letter from Mayor Cástulo Guzmán attesting to rampant violence in his county.

In the last 14 months, Mayor Ismael Cástulo Guzmán told me, he’s handed out around 600 of them.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 29 February 2020 at 12:57
These muds are diligent when it comes to illegal entering our country. That's why some estimates have illegal living in our country as high as 1 out of every 9 people. The finding of more tunnels is all the more reason to stay on top of the flood of mud races. This is why we need to strengthen out border defense and ship every illegal mud out of the country without any red tape or even a discussion, as soon as they are found. No more " sanctuary" cities or states. And while we're shipping out the illegals maybe we can start shipping out the niggers that are destroying our country also.


Border Patrol discovers new smuggling tunnel in southern US


Border Patrol discovers new smuggling tunnel

Border Patrol agents in southern Arizona have uncovered another illegal tunnel running under the U.S.-Mexico border, the latest in a series of discoveries and the result of renewed efforts targeting underground smuggling routes.

The tunnel, according to a Customs and Border Protection official, extended about 25 feet into Nogales, Arizona. No arrests were immediately made in connection with the tunnel, the official confirmed to ABC News.

It’s the third time since December that agents have thwarted a suspected underground smuggling route in the area, according to Border Patrol.

Similar tunnels used for drug trafficking have recently been found across the southern U.S. border as part of regularly coordinating investigations with Mexican authorities.

Mexican government officials in early 2019 were reluctant to accept the administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as the "Remain in Mexico" policy. The protocols have exposed tens of thousands of Central American asylum seekers to the dangers of Mexican-border towns while they await their immigration court hearings.

Despite the pushback, the Department of Homeland Security expanded the program across the southern border, while front-line Border Patrol agents face on-going security challenges. Those efforts require careful communication and long-standing ties with Mexico's military, according to multiple Border Patrol officials.

Last month, federal authorities in San Diego discovered the longest cross-border tunnel on record. It extended more than 14 football fields and included lighting fixtures, cabling and an elevator, according to CBP.

Customs officials have seen a spike in hard narcotics trafficking primarily of Fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid linked to a rise in overdose deaths in recent years.

At the same time, Border Patrol seized far less marijunana in recent years, according to the latest CBP data. The reduction is a likely result of U.S. states legalizing medicinal and recreational cannabis use, an agency official said.

The tunnel discovered in Nogales this week was less sophisticated, allowing only enough space for one person to crawl through at a time, according to the official.

Arizona Border Patrol agents said the newly discovered was built in connection with an extensive sewage system that runs under Nogales’ sister city on the Mexican side of the border, making it more challenging to detect the illicit passage way.

After an investigation, authorities filled the passage with concrete.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 13 March 2020 at 02:23

ICE chief: It will take 140 years to clear 'backlog' of illegal immigrants after US-Mexico border surge

By Morgan Phillips | Fox News

ICE’s chief said Wednesday that it would take 140 years to remove all of the illegal immigrants who came into the country during the border surge of the past two years at current deportation rates.

Matt Albence, acting director of U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, said the border surge of the past two years had added 900,000 non-detained cases to ICE’s docket, bringing the total to 3.3 million.

“As numbers continue to climb, they will continue to outpace ICE's inabilities to swiftly remove individuals,” Albence said. He said that ICE had arrested 2,500 noncriminal fugitives, or aliens who fail to leave the country after an order of removal. “If we do that, based on just the numbers that came in the last two years, it would take us about 140 years to clear up that backlog.”

Albence was making the case for a vastly increased budget for his office in fiscal year 2021.

ICE’s proposed budget for FY 2021 included $10.4 billion in discretionary spending and asked for the number of beds in detention facilities to be increased to 60,000, about 15,000 more than Congress approved for this fiscal year. Albence noted that ICE only detains about 1.5 percent of illegal immigrants.

“Without additional resources to actually effectuate a judge’s removal orders, we will have an immigration enforcement and court system in which billions of dollars a year are spent to obtain orders, that are not worth the paper they are written on,” Albence told the House Appropriations Committee.

In addition to more beds, the ICE budget asked for greater funding to adjudicate asylum claims and hire attorneys to work on behalf of the government in appeals cases.

Albence said “there is no disincentive” for immigrants whose removal has been ordered to continue to file motions of appeal through the various appellate options.

“These individuals have the right to due process,” said Albence. “But the vast majority of individuals do not have claims which meet asylum.” He said that currently, asylum claims have a grant rate of about 10 percent.

“So this is not about asylum, this is about the release. Most of these individuals want to come here because they know regardless if the get a removal order, regardless if they show up to court, if they don’t have a detention bed at the time the removal order is issued, the likelihood of them actually being removed from the country is nill.”

Both Republicans and Democrats questioned the need for a spending hike.

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, D.-Calif., asked how many migrants who have no criminal history were being detained in facilities. “I would hope your priority would be the bad guys, there are a lot of bad guys.”

Albence said that last year ICE’s Enforcement and Removal officers arrested 143,000 aliens, 123,000 of which had been criminally convicted or had pending criminal charges, including 1,900 homicides, 5,000 sexual assaults, 1800 kidnappings, 45,000 assaults, 67,000 drug charges and 74,000 DUIs.

“123,000 accounted for almost half a million crimes,” the chief officer added. “That’s almost four criminal offenses for each person we put in custody.”

Rep. Kay Granger, R-Texas, said she’d just come back from her sixth trip to the border.

“It looks so much better. I came out feeling optimistic. This report is not optimistic,” said the congresswoman. She cited recent actions with other countries, such as the "Remain in Mexico" policy or the "Safe Third Country" policy, which requires migrants to wait in other nations while their asylum claims are processed, as a means of stemming the flow of migrants who actually make it through the southern border.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 March 2020 at 19:31
Who says walls don't work?


Pregnant woman, 19, killed after falling from US border wall, officials say

By Frank Miles | Fox News

Related Video: U.S. Customs and Border Protection came to the rescue of three people after agents on patrol saw them perched on top of the San Diego border wall. The trio were Mexican citizens illegally trying to cross into the United States.


A 19-year-old pregnant woman from Guatemala died this week from injuries suffered when she fell more than 19 feet trying to climb the U.S. border wall near El Paso, Texas, last Saturday, U.S. and Guatemalan authorities said Thursday.

Guatemala identified the woman as Mirian Stephany Girón Luna. Medical personnel tried to deliver her baby, but were unsuccessful, both governments said. The U.S. said Girón was eight months pregnant, while Guatemalan authorities said she was at seven months.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) blamed Girón’s death on human smugglers who encouraged her to try to climb the wall.

In a statement, Gloria Chavez, the chief for the Border Patrol’s El Paso sector, said the authorities would work with Mexico “to find those responsible for placing these lives in danger.”

CBP Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan told reporters that Girón and her partner were taken to the border by smugglers and left there in the darkness. They were attempting to climb when she fell. Border Patrol agents reached her and called medical authorities, who took her to the hospital, but “tragically, the mother and the child died from their injuries from the fall,” Morgan said.

Her partner, who is believed to have been the baby’s father, eventually found Border Patrol agents, who called for an ambulance.

Girón suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, a pelvis fracture, and liver and kidney lacerations.

Guatemala says “surgical interventions” could not save her life and she died Tuesday afternoon.

Girón is from Guatemala’s San Marcos department, near the country’s border with Mexico. CBP says it has no record of her trying to enter the U.S. at an official port of entry or having been placed in the “Remain in Mexico” program, in which tens of thousands of migrants have been forced to pursue their immigration cases from Mexico.

Tekandi Paniagua Flores, the Guatemalan consul in Del Rio, Texas, said he spoke to Girón’s partner, who remains in Border Patrol detention.

“He said that if he had known that the risks were this high, he would not have done it,” Paniagua said.

Paniagua said he could recall at least seven cases this year in which Guatemalans had injured themselves trying to climb U.S. border walls. He says such cases are rising because more migrants from Guatemala and other Central American countries wracked by violence and poverty no longer surrender en masse to the Border Patrol.

Policy changes such as “Remain in Mexico” and a ban on many asylum claims have made it more difficult for many people to remain in the U.S. once they are caught.

The U.S. has already built or replaced about 135 miles of border barriers with Mexico, with several contracts awarded for more construction. Much of the border in and around El Paso, across from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, already has some form of fencing.
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Post by: Private on 19 March 2020 at 13:00

More Mexican migrants crossing U.S. border amid closure fears, shelters say

Lizbeth Diaz

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The number of Mexicans crossing illegally into the United States has risen over the past week, migrant shelters said, in part driven by rumors the United States will seal the border as it seeks to fight the coronavirus spread.

Representatives of four migrant shelters in northern Mexico told Reuters that they had seen an uptick in Mexican migrants heading to the border.

“There are more people crossing the desert,” said Marla Conrad, a social worker for the Kino border initiative in the city of Nogales, close to the U.S. border.

Reuters was unable to determine how many had crossed.

Conrad said that, among other factors, some of the migrants she spoke to said they had accelerated travel plans over the last week in anticipation the United States would implement stricter measures at the border.

U.S. President Donald Trump has warned of pending measures to tighten security at the border as his government seeks to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

On Wednesday, he said his administration will use a health-focused statute to swiftly remove migrants or asylum seekers who cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.

He also said the U.S.-Canada border would shut to “non-essential traffic.”

The Trump administration is also considering immediately returning any foreigners caught at the U.S.-Mexico border to Mexico, arguing the step is necessary to combat the fast-spreading coronavirus, two administration sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

The administration has been very sensitive to even slight increases in border apprehensions.

After a peak in May last year of more than 133,000 overall apprehensions led to threats of tariffs from Trump, Mexico stepped up containment of migrants from neighboring Central American nations.

Apprehensions fell steadily for eight months but ticked up to around 30,000 in February, according to Customs and Border Protection figures.

The Department of Homeland Security and CBP did not immediately respond to a request for information about border apprehensions in March.

The United States has reported just over 4,700 coronavirus cases and 87 deaths, paralyzing the country. In Mexico, there have been 82 confirmed cases of coronavirus and no deaths.

Mexico’s foreign ministry did not respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 March 2020 at 03:05
DHS: Pandemic measures cut illegal border crossings by half

A Trump administration official says illegal border crossings have dropped by half as the strictest U.S.-Mexico border policies yet went into place amid the coronavirus pandemic, despite confusion about how it was all working

Colleen Long & Maria Verza | Ass Press | 23 March 2020


Excerpt: WASHINGTON -- A Trump administration official said Sunday that illegal border crossings have dropped by half as the strictest U.S.-Mexico border policies yet went into place amid the coronavirus pandemic, but there was confusion about how it was all working.

Anyone caught crossing the border illegally is to be immediately returned back to Mexico or Canada, according to the new restrictions based on an order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late Friday. According to Mark Morgan, the acting head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the decision applies to all migrants.

“We're not going to take you into our custody,” he said Saturday evening on Fox News. “We don't know anything about you. You have no documents, we're not going to take you into our facilities and expose you to CBP personnel and the American people as well as immigrants,” he said.

But Mexican officials have said they would only take people from Mexico and Central America and only those who are encountered straight away — not people already in custody. Officials later said the elderly and minors won't be taken back and that they expected to take in about 100 per day.

"If people who are not Mexican or Central American are returned to us, Mexico would not accept them," Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said Friday in Spanish. “The United States will take care of that.”

The majority of people crossing the border are from Central America, but not all. For example, there were some 6,000 Brazilians and nearly 1,200 Chinese who arrived between January and February this year, according to Customs and Border Protection data.

But it's not entirely clear what happens to those people. Morgan said the migrants should be “expeditiously" returned to the country they came from.

CDC on Friday issued an order in effect for 30 days that bars anyone coming illegally in part because migrants are held in close quarters and there isn't enough proper staffing or space to keep them at a safe distance and to screen for the illness. Plus, migrants who are suspected of having COVID-19 are sent to local hospitals, possibly further infecting others, the CDC warned.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 April 2020 at 12:53
It's  a damn shame that we've keep these muds for weeks to months for "vetting". Wasting tons of tax revenue for housing, medical and more. And now we're shown that our border patrol can boot these illegals in 96 minutes or less, what b.s. The main problem I see with this is that our border patrol won't be taking them far enough from our borders. A Honduran mud won't walk back to Honduras just because it's denied entry. I'm sure they immediately look for another place to sneak across the border.


U.S. is expelling border-crossers to Mexico in an average of 96 minutes during pandemic

by Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
Wednesday, April 1st 2020

Migrants who cross into the United States illegally are being expelled to Mexico in an average of 96 minutes under emergency coronavirus measures now in force across the U.S. southern border, according to three U.S. officials with knowledge of the latest government statistics.

The pandemic has allowed the U.S. Border Patrol to implement the kind of rapid-fire deportation system President Donald Trump has long extolled as his preferred approach to immigration enforcement.

Under the new rules, U.S. agents are processing migrants from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras “in the field” before they are able to set foot inside a U.S. Border Patrol station. The migrants are then whisked back to the border and sent into Mexico.

The migrants are not given medical exams while in U.S. custody, which is one of the reasons agents are able to send them back to Mexico so quickly, according to one Customs and Border Protection official who, like the others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the process because they were not authorized to discuss it publicly.

“The goal is to minimize the exposure to the alien, agent and our country,” the CBP official said.

The flow of unauthorized border crossings has plunged since the emergency measures were implemented March 21, down from more than 1,000 per day to fewer than 600 on Sunday, the latest statistics show.

Mexican nationals account for about 60% of those taken into custody, and migrants from Central America’s “Northern Triangle” nations account for about 26%, which means Border Patrol agents are sending more than 85% of the migrants they detain right back to Mexico.

CBP did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The Mexican government will not accept migrants from other nations, under the terms of an agreement that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard worked out this month.

Mexico said it would accept returns from the United States on a “case by case” basis and that the process would involve medical screenings. But as a practical matter, U.S. officials said Mexican authorities are accepting nearly all of the migrants from those four nations who are subject to “expulsion” from the United States.

Migrants who have U.S. arrest warrants or serious criminal records and those who cannot be summarily expelled are being booked and detained in U.S. facilities using standard practices, U.S. officials said. But they say the goal of the emergency model is to reduce the number of detainees in U.S. custody and minimize the risk of spreading infections across border stations and throughout immigration jails.

The emergency measures did not initially apply to unaccompanied minors taken into custody after crossing the border without a parent. But U.S. authorities said some underage migrants also are eligible for expedited deportation to their home countries.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 April 2020 at 12:15
For a racist country, that supposedly can't control a viral pandemic to the point that the Mexican government was wanting to shut the border down. It's amazing how these muds still flood our country. No matter what is said or going on, our enemies will never stop the browning of America.


Border Patrol agents in Arizona foil multiple smuggling attempts over Easter weekend

by David Cross
Tuesday, April 14th 2020


U.S. Border Patrol agents discovered three individuals in the trunk of a smuggling vehicle on Saturday, April 11, 2020. (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KFOX14/CBS4) — U.S. Border Patrol agents near Tucson foiled two separate human smuggling attempts over Easter weekend, leading to the arrest of five people accused of crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally and two people accused of being smugglers, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.

CBP said agents patrolling rural roads on Saturday afternoon conducted an immigration inspection vehicle stop and determined the driver, a 25-year-old woman from Phoenix, was smuggling three people who had illegally crossed the border in the trunk of her vehicle.

On Easter Sunday, agents at an immigration checkpoint on State Route 85 near Gila Bend were alerted by a Border Patrol canine to the trunk of a vehicle driven by a 39-year-old Phoenix woman, according to CBP. Agents discovered two people they believe illegally crossed the border in the trunk of the vehicle.

“Despite traditional risks of human beings being stuffed into a trunk, there’s now increased risk due to exposure tocoronavirus,” said Tucson Sector Border Patrol Assistant Chief Patrol Agent Michele Morales. “These human smuggling tactics increase exposure risks for our agents, those they smuggle, and endanger the safety of the American people.”

According to CBP, the Border Patrol has been utilizing portable command stations since March 14 to quickly remove certain individuals believed to have crossed the border illegally through ports of entry without needing to take them to U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities in an effort to reduce exposure to illness.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 21 April 2020 at 06:56
The MSM will be saying that the United States' HHIC (Head Hebe In Charge) has given Uncle Adolf a birthday present by closing the border and preventing any further immigration. The fact is, that Hebe wannabe, Trump, should have done all of that months ago.


APRIL 20: WASHINGTON —  President Trump said Monday that he will sign an executive order “to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States” because of the coronavirus.

“In light of the attack from the Invisible Enemy, as well as the need to protect the jobs of our GREAT American Citizens, I will be signing an Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States!” Trump tweeted.



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Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 May 2020 at 11:18
As if the covid-19 isn't bad enough, now we have to deal with the criminals from the mud flood. In my opinion the release of these mud races into our society will be much more devastating than any disease.


Tom Homan: Liberal judges use coronavirus as excuse to free detained illegal immigrants, endangering public

By Tom Homan | Fox News

Calif. judge orders ICE to release criminal illegal immigrants from detention center despite no COVID-19 cases

Former ICE Acting Director Tom Homan reacts..

Far-left advocates of open borders – who think we should welcome everyone around the world who wants to come to the U.S., give them government assistance and simply ignore our immigration laws – are using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to try to end the detention of illegal immigrants.

Two out-of-control liberal federal judges in California, one in Florida and one in Massachusetts recently issued dangerous and disturbing rulings that put public safety at risk and set impossible detention conditions for illegal immigrants – including convicted criminals who might commit new crimes and victimize people in our country if released.

If decisions like the ones by these judges are upheld on appeal and become precedents, judges will have the ability to overturn immigration laws enacted by Congress and past presidents.

The most recent judicial action seeking to nullify our immigration laws came Friday by U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco, when he issued an emergency order to establish a process to consider the release of some of the 400 illegal immigrants at two Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facilities in California.

In an earlier order Wednesday, Chhabria said ICE “has not come close to achieving social distancing” for over illegal immigrants at the two facilities.

No detainees at the two California facilities – the Yuba County Jail in Marysville and the Mesa Verde ICE Processing Center in Bakersfield – have tested positive for the coronavirus. But Chhabria, who was appointed by President Barack Obama, wants the facilities to significantly cut their populations to enable detainees to stay at least six feet apart at all times to reduce the chances of the coronavirus infecting anyone should it enter the facilities.

Chhabria’s ruling follows another decision Thursday U.S. District Judge Marcia G. Cooke in Miami. She ordered the release of most detainees at three ICE facilities in Florida.

The Miami Herald reported that Cooke found ICE failed in its “duty to protect the safety and general well-being” of detainees in facilities where social distancing was not possible in the face of the threat of coronavirus infection.

And in a third case, U.S. District Judge Terry Hatter in Los Angeles, who was appointed by President Jimmy Carter, ordered a mass release of illegal immigrants – some with significant criminal convictions – last week. The detainees are being held in the Adelanto Detention Center northeast of Los Angeles in a supposed effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus.

If these types of rulings take effect nationally, they will create a magnet for even more illegal immigrants to cross our borders

But as is the case with the facilities covered by Judge Chhabria’s ruling, there have been no cases of COVID-19 – the disease caused by the coronavirus – at Adelanto. And while the Adelanto center has space for almost 2,000 detainees it now holds only about 1,300. So it is absurd to claim the center is overcrowded. In fact, it is underutilized.

Hatter ordered that the Adelanto population must be reduced by several hundred people – without a specifying an exact size – “to such a level that would allow the remaining detainees to maintain a social distance of six feet from each other at all times and six feet from the detention officers.”

The federal judges are demanding an unreasonable standard of spacing for any jail, prison or any other detention facility to meet. No facility that I know of can do so without mass releases of detainees – including some who pose serious public safety threats.

Hatter ruled that criminals should not be prioritized for release. However, to get to the standard he and other judges have ordered this will have to happen. That’s because 89 percent of the people ICE arrests in the U.S. are either convicted criminals or face pending criminal charges.

Adelanto is operated by a contractor for ICE. It is run in compliance with the highest detention standards in the industry. It is clean and safe, but it was not built to be a five-star luxury resort filled with spacious suites. No federal, state or local jail, prison or other detention facility meets such absurd standards.

Yet another recent decision made by a federal judge in Massachusetts also ordered the release of illegal immigrants because of the COVID-19 danger. One of those released was convicted of rape. How can anyone reasonably argue that this rapist poses no danger to innocent victims after being prematurely released?

The facilities affected by the rulings by the federal judges are just the first of many detention facilities that advocates of open borders are attacking and filing lawsuits against – using COVID-19 as the excuse to make it impossible to detain people who enter our country illegally.

If these types of rulings take effect nationally, they will create a magnet for even more illegal immigrants to cross our borders. After all, how can immigration laws that are impossible to enforce act as a deterrent?

Judge Hatter obviously didn’t consider that there are no COVID-19 cases in Adelanto. There never have been. He also didn’t take into consideration that the Adelanto facility has the highest detention standards in the industry – better than any other local, state or federal detention facility in the U.S.

Hatter also clearly ignored the fact that Adelanto is one of the facilities that have adopted the highest detention standards in the industry, which are the Performance-Based National Detention Standards 2011 (PBNDS 2011). Please click on the link and take a look.

The PBNDS 2011 standards were crafted under the Obama administration to improve medical and mental health services, increase access to legal services and religious opportunities, improve communication with detainees with limited English proficiency, improve the process for reporting and responding to complaints, reinforce protections against sexual abuse and assault, and increase recreation and visitation.

Hatter also obviously didn’t take into account that since COVID-19 became known, ICE detention facilities – including Adelanto – have taken immediate steps to protect detainees.

Guidance was issued that is in line with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. Best practices have been put into place for the prevention, assessment, and management of the coronavirus.

Employees and detainees at Adelanto have been given guidance on preventative measures to avoid the spread of the virus. There are additional measures now in place during the intake process to include screening specific indicators of COVID-19.

Specialized sanitation teams have been put into place to sterilize high-contact areas of ICE detention facilities. The facilities continue to work to limit non-essential visitation just as most hospitals and nursing homes have – and they have developed emergency plans for managing the coronavirus.

In addition, masks have been given to all staff and detainees at the Adelanto facility as a precautionary measure – despite having never had any cases of COVID-19. Health checks are made daily.

The service providers who run ICE detention centers specialize in the management of secure facilities and have unparalleled experience with the implementation of best practices for the prevention, assessment and management of infectious diseases. They have been dealing with infectious diseases coming across the border for years.

The ICE detention facilities give all detainees access to clean water and soap. The facilities also provide around-the-clock access to health care.

In fact, nearly all of ICE’s large contractor-run detention facilities have twice the number of health care staff as compared to other federal, state and local facilities. ICE contract facilities also have negative pressure rooms in their medical wings, known as airborne infection isolation rooms.

Those are the facts. Of course, no one can guarantee that any one person will not be infected with the coronavirus, even in detention. But many detainees will be safer in ICE facilities where the population is controlled and there is ready access to doctors and medical care.

No mass release is needed or practical. Let’s just call these lawsuits against ICE detention facilities what they are: an attack on President Trump’s immigration agenda. They are also an attack on the rule of law.

Those on the left will continue to use every crisis they can to achieve what they always wanted – even if it means releasing criminals who could victimize members of the public.

We can all agree that the coronavirus pandemic is serious. But that doesn’t mean the rule of law doesn’t exist. It doesn’t mean that those that those who knowingly violate the law shouldn't face consequences. It doesn’t mean we stop being a nation of laws.

I hope that the Justice Department is gearing up for a fight and will appeal the dangerous and irresponsible rulings by the judges described above. This is a battle we cannot lose. If we don’t fight hard against the tyranny of judges seeking open borders we will not only lose this battle, we will lose the entire war against the progressive agenda.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 03 May 2020 at 00:27
The most recent judicial action seeking to nullify our immigration laws came Friday by U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco, when he issued an emergency order to ... release some of the 400 illegal immigrants at two Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facilities in California.

When you appoint minorities as judges, practically all decisions that relate to immigration, national security and the safety of the general populous (considered to be the majority/minority White population) are anti-White/anti-American.

From Wikipedia
Chhabria was born in 1969 in San Francisco, California to an Indian father from Mumbai and a Canadian mother, born in Quebec.


Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_Chhabria
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 June 2020 at 14:06
As the riots across the states distract us. The illegal muds use it to continue sneaking into our "racist" country.


Border Patrol says Texas crash killing 7 resulted from human smuggling attempt

Three of the victims were illegal immigrants -- two from Mexico, one from Guatemala -- and were being smuggled into the U.S., the Border Patrol said Saturday.

By Dom Calicchio | Fox News

U.S. Border Patrol personnel disclosed more information Saturday about a Thursday crash in El Paso, Texas, that left seven people dead.

The victims were among 10 people inside a 2019 Chevrolet Cruze that Border Patrol agents chased after an alert from a border sensor, KFOX14 of El Paso reported.

Three of the victims were illegal immigrants -- two from Mexico, one from Guatemala -- and were being smuggled into the U.S., the Border Patrol said Saturday. The other four victims were El Paso residents: an 18-year-old male driver, two women and another man.

"Human smuggling is not a victimless crime," El Paso Sector Border Patrol Chief Patrol Gloria Chavez said in a statement. "This is a tragic loss for our El Paso Community."

Injured in the crash were two men, ages 18 and 25, and a 16-year-old boy, authorities said.

Border Patrol agents received the alert about a suspicious vehicle near the border with Sunland Park, N.M., about 1:30 p.m. Thursday, according to the El Paso Times.

After spotting the vehicle, Border Patrol agents attempted a traffic stop but later ended the chase over safety concerns as the Cruze sped away, the Times reported.

Soon afterward, the Cruze failed to negotiate a curve, crossed a median and crashed into a parked trailer, KFOX14 reported.

An immigrants’ advocacy group on Friday called the crash an “avoidable incident” and demanded an investigation.

“BNHR is devastated for the families and the seven individuals whose lives were lost in this terrible and avoidable incident,” Fernando Garcia, director of the Border Network for Human Rights, said in a statement to the Times.

“We can only imagine the circumstances in which this incident might have happened, and though we are not blaming anyone at this time, we have also witnessed that this is not the only time when a reckless persecution from the U.S. Border Patrol has endangered immigrants in our area.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 12 July 2020 at 12:03

Arrests along U.S.-Mexico border jumped 40% last month.

WASHINGTON, DC -- Around 40 percent more migrants were detained at the Mexico-U.S. border in June than the month before, with the Washington Post noting that the jump came despite Trump administration efforts to swiftly "expel" illegal border-crossers.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection data released Thursday showed agents made 32,512 arrests and detentions along the border in June, an increase from 23,142 in May. The arrests were nearly double the 16,969 arrests reported in April.

Despite the June rise, CBP Acting Commissioner Mark A. Morgan said in a series of tweets that the numbers were still "65% lower than 104,311 encounters in June 2019."

But he did use the current migration increase to make the case for President Trump's $15 billion border wall project, tweeting that "it is imperative that we continue to build the border wall system."

Along with the numbers release, the Trump administration on Thursday also published a proposed a new rule that cites danger from the coronavirus pandemic as a justification for denying immigrants asylum claims.

"CBP continues to tackle unprecedented challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic," Morgan also tweeted. "At the end of the day, CBP will continue to prevent and deter illegal crossings that endanger the life of the American public."

The release of the latest border enforcement data came a day after President Trump met with Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador at the White House, where the two men lauded each other's cooperation on various issues including immigration, trade and efforts to deal with the coronavirus.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 August 2020 at 22:17
The Brown flood of mud people and drugs is relentless.


US: Border tunnel appears to be ‘most sophisticated’

By ASTRID GALVANAugust 7, 2020


PHOENIX (AP) — An incomplete tunnel found stretching from Mexico to Arizona appears to be “the most sophisticated tunnel in U.S. history,” authorities said.

The tunnel intended for smuggling ran from a neighborhood in San Luis Río Colorado, Mexico, to San Luis, Arizona, where it stopped short of reaching the surface. It was built in an area that’s not conducive to tunnels because of the terrain, and it had a ventilation system, water lines, electrical wiring, a rail system and extensive reinforcement, federal officials say.

“What makes this one unique is that the terrain in Yuma is very hard... the sand is very loose, and most of them end up caving. So the fact that the material was very well built and it had ventilation, it had water, it had a rail system with walls, roof, floor, electrical, makes this one a very unique type of tunnel,” said Angel Ortiz, assistant special agent in charge for Homeland Security Investigations in Yuma. HSI is a division of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

“This appears to be the most sophisticated tunnel in U.S. history, and certainly the most sophisticated I’ve seen in my career,” said Carl E. Landrum, acting chief patrol agent with the Border Patrol’s Yuma Sector.


Homeland Security Investigations started excavating around the tunnel in late July after someone reported a sinkhole near the border wall. HSI already had reports of potential tunnel activity in that area already, and the agency began drilling, Ortiz said. A camera was sent 25 feet (7.6 meters) underground, and the tunnel was discovered on Tuesday.

The tunnel measured 3 feet (about 1 meter) wide and 4 feet (1.2 meters) high.

Investigators don’t know what exactly the tunnel would have been used for, since it was incomplete. They also don’t know how long it had been there, because they don’t know what kind of equipment was used to build it. If it was done by hand, it would be many months of construction to get as far as it did, Ortiz said. But if the builders used heavy machinery it would “potentially a few months, not that long of a period,” Ortiz said.

Smugglers have been using tunnels to get drugs and people across the border for decades.

Two years ago, authorities in Yuma discovered a sophisticated drug-smuggling tunnel that went from a home in Mexico to an abandoned fast-food restaurant in Arizona.

HSI said the tunnel ran from Mexico to an old Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant that’s not in operation in San Luis, Arizona, just about 200 yards (180 meters) north of the border.

The owner, Ivan Lopez, was arrested on Aug. 13, 2018, after authorities found several packages of methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and fentanyl in the back of his truck.

That arrest led to a search at his home and the old restaurant, where agents found a hidden tunnel that was large enough for people to freely walk through.

Lopez pleaded guilty to one count of using a tunnel or passage to smuggle controlled substances, and was sentenced to seven years in prison, according to court records.

HSI continues to investigate the tunnel found Tuesday.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 05 September 2020 at 13:11

U.S.-Mexico border crossings continue to rise, with 50,000 arrests made amid pandemic restrictions

SEPTEMBER 4, 2020 / 4:36 PM / CBS NEWS

Apprehensions of unauthorized migrants along the southern border rose for a fourth consecutive month in August, with U.S. immigration authorities making nearly 50,000 arrests and expelling the majority of those apprehended under pandemic-era restrictions.

More than 43,000 of the apprehensions last month turned into summary expulsions, which U.S. border authorities have been authorized to make during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data released Friday. More expulsions were made in August than in any other month since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an order in mid-March green-lighting them.

The arrests recorded by CBP — the main metric used to gauge border crossings — shows that unauthorized migration to the U.S. continued to increase in the summer, despite the ongoing pandemic and the Trump administration's policy of swiftly expelling most migrants, including asylum-seekers and unaccompanied children, without allowing them to seek humanitarian refuge.

Apprehensions along the U.S.-Mexico border have been increasing since April, when they plummeted to 17,000. But they continue to be substantially less than the number of arrests CBP made during the same time period last year, when hundreds of thousands of families with minors and unaccompanied children journeyed north from Central America.

Most migrants apprehended in August were single adults. Unaccompanied children and members of families accounted for 3,088 and 2,693 arrests, respectively. During a press conference Friday in Laredo, Texas, President Trump's top official at CBP, Mark Morgan, said "the majority" of unaccompanied children processed by his agency last month were expelled under the emergency coronavirus policy.

Morgan, the senior official performing the duties of the CBP commissioner, praised the CDC directive, which the administration says is designed to prevent potentially infected migrants from spreading the coronavirus inside border holding cells and the broader U.S. population. He said the arrest figures are becoming "less relevant" because most migrants are being turned back rapidly under the public health order, many of them within two hours of being encountered.

While the figures released Friday show that unauthorized border crossings are increasing, they are not representative of the exact number of migrants apprehended, as some are processed and expelled more than once. Morgan said CBP has recorded a high recidivism rate of border crossings among single adults, particularly Mexican nationals. He repeatedly faulted migrants for journeying to the U.S. southern border during a global pandemic — which he said places them and CBP officials at risk of contracting the coronavirus. 

Immigration Judge orders DHS to stop holding migrant children in hotelsICE makes 2,000 arrests in largest sweep of the pandemicGroups challenge Trump's decision to scale back DACA programMORE

Human rights groups and immigrant advocates have harshly criticized the CDC order, which they say weaponizes public health to achieve the long-sought Trump administration objective of walling off the asylum system for border crossers, whom officials say are chiefly economic migrants who are not eligible for humanitarian protection.

The use of the CDC order to expel migrant children, who are held in hotels before being sent to their home countries through deportation flights, has alarmed advocates the most. U.S. law protects unaccompanied children from rapid removals and requires border officials to transfer most of them to the Office of Refugee Resettlement, which oversees a network of shelters and housing facilities for minors.

But Morgan said migrant minors can also pose a public health risk.

"A child, as everyone well knows, can carry COVID just as much as an adult. So, the issue is we want to prevent them from being introduced into our congregate settings and being further introduced into the country," Morgan said, adding later, "We're trying to do everything we can to expeditiously remove them as well."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 01 October 2020 at 15:58
Until we have politicians and leaders that care about the White race while living by the "Golden Rule", the brown flood will never end.


Migrant caravan sets off from Honduras with eyes on U.S. border

OCTOBER 1, 2020 / 3:40 AM / CBS/AP

San Pedro Sula, Honduras — Hundreds of migrants began walking Wednesday night from this city in northern Honduras toward the Guatemala border, testing a well-trod migration route now in times of the novel coronavirus. Calls for a new migrant caravan to leave from the San Pedro Sula bus station October 1 had been circulating on social media for weeks.


The caravan comes just two weeks after Guatemala reopened its borders after keeping them sealed for months to slow the spread of COVID-19.

But the majority of the migrants who gathered Wednesday decided not to wait for October, instead setting out in the dark of night carrying knapsacks and many wearing masks.

Migrants walk along a highway in hopes of reaching the distant United States, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, September 30, 2020. AP

The groups quickly strung out along the highway with some catching rides while others continued to walk toward the Guatemala border.

Late Wednesday, Guatemala's immigration agency said in a statement that its counterpart in Honduras said about 900 migrants were in the city of Choloma and were headed to the border crossing at Corinto.

Governments throughout the region made it known they were watching Wednesday. Mexico's immigration agency said in a statement that it would enforce "safe, orderly and legal" migration and not do anything to promote the formation of a migrant caravan. The U.S. Embassy in Honduras said via Twitter Wednesday that migration to the U.S. was more difficult than ever right now and more dangerous because of COVID-19.

But the push factors driving migrants from Central America certainly haven't eased during the pandemic. The lack of jobs and struggle for families to put food on the table have only worsened.

The U.N.'s International Labour Organization said Wednesday that at least 34 million jobs have been lost in Latin America due to the coronavirus pandemic. The ILO lists Latin America and the Caribbean as the worst-hit region in the world in terms of lost working hours, with a drop of 20.9% in the first three quarters of the year.

The flow of migrants north from Central America had slowed dramatically during the pandemic as countries throughout the region closed their borders. Most migrant shelters along the principle routes north through Mexico closed their doors to new arrivals as they tried to keep the virus from spreading to vulnerable migrant populations. Mexico and the United States deported hundreds of migrants back to their home countries to try to empty detention centers.

The U.S. government used the pandemic to effectively shut down the asylum system at its southern border, but as CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez reported in early September, apprehensions of unauthorized migrants along the southern border rose for a fourth consecutive month in August, with U.S. immigration authorities making nearly 50,000 arrests and expelling the majority of those apprehended under coronavirus restrictions.

More than 43,000 of the apprehensions during August resulted in summary expulsions, which U.S. border authorities were authorized to make during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data. More expulsions were made in August than in any other month since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an order in mid-March green-lighting them.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 October 2020 at 11:59

More Migrants Caught at U.S.-Mexico Border in September

By Reuters, Wire Service Content Oct. 14, 2020

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The number of migrants caught trying to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border increased in September, according to the latest U.S. government statistics, a fresh sign that migrant traffic is rising again after it plummeted in April amid the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. Border Patrol made nearly 55,000 captures at the southwest border in September, according to new data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), over three times April's number and up from 47,000 in August. In addition, nearly 3,000 migrants were deemed "inadmissible" at ports of entry, the agency said on Wednesday.

The administration of President Donald Trump issued a public health order in March that allows the government to quickly expel most migrants caught at the border, including asylum seekers and unaccompanied children. The number of captures at the border plunged to 16,000 in April as the order took effect and countries locked down borders due to COVID-19.

Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said on Wednesday that he expected illegal immigration would again surge when the coronavirus pandemic ends.

"We're anticipating it's likely to be worse due to the deteriorating and worsening economic conditions, not only in Mexico, but in the entire Western Hemisphere," Morgan said at a news conference in Tucson, Arizona.

Trump has made immigration a central focus of his presidency and reelection campaign. The Republican president and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden are locked in a tight race in Arizona, a key battleground state in the Nov. 3 election, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released last week.

The rate of migrants processed under the March public health order who have attempted to cross again has been 37%, according to CBP, far higher than the 7% recidivism rate for border crossers last year.

The majority of those expelled have been from Mexico, according to CBP.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 October 2020 at 20:41
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 21 October 2020 at 14:10
The lack of masks is not the story. The real problem is that Non-White migration (illegal or legal) is White Genocide.


Border Patrol finds 27 illegal immigrants trapped inside train cars in TexasAgents said the individuals were packed in tight spaces without masks

By Stephen Sorace | Fox News
Border agents in Texas found 27 illegal immigrants trapped inside multiple freight train cars they were using to secretly enter deeper into the United States, authorities said Monday.

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Hebbronville Station, about 55 miles east of Laredo, conducted a routine check on a freight train Sunday evening and discovered 14 individuals packed inside a grain-hopper train car, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release.

Several hours later, agents discovered another 13 individuals inside the cramped quarters of a similar car. Agents used a ladder to rescue all 27 people from the enclosed containers.

All 27 individuals were medically evaluated and determined to have come to the U.S. illegally from Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala, the agency said.

All 27 individuals came from the countries of Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala, the agency said. Agents determined they were in the U.S. illegally. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Border Patrol warned of the dangers of this type of human smuggling and illegal entry.

“Without the aid of a ladder or other means of exiting the train cars, these people’s lives could have tragically ended if they had remained trapped for indefinite periods of time,” the agency said.

Additionally, none of the 27 people were wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), which heightened the risk of COVID-19 infection, the agency said.

Border Patrol pledged that agents of the Laredo Sector will continue to secure the U.S. borders to halt illegal immigration and slow the spread of coronavirus.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 22 October 2020 at 11:46

Border Patrol arrests nearly 300 illegal immigrants in 18 hours


U.S. Border Patrol agents in Texas, with the help of local law enforcement, arrested nearly 300 suspected illegal immigrants in a span of 18 hours last week, according to authorities.

Agents shut down stash houses and foiled alleged smuggling attempts during four separate incidents that saw a total of 294 suspects arrested for trying to sneak into the U.S., according to authorities.

At least 90 people taken into custody were from countries outside of Mexico.

Possible spread of the coronavirus was also a concern, authorities said.

"In all of the incidents, none of the individuals were wearing any personal protective equipment," according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). "These callous and dangerous acts are several examples of the lack of regard human smugglers have for those they exploit for profit."

The first incident occurred Oct. 13, when agents from the Laredo South Station, working with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Webb County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO), searched a residence and discovered 123 individuals from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras "stashed inside."

Authorities also encountered a sex offender inside the home, and immigrants were housed in unsanitary conditions, Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Agent Matthew J. Hudak said, according to the Laredo Morning Times.

Just hours later, agents and the sheriff’s office executed another search warrant at an apartment where they found 13 suspected illegal immigrants from Mexico living inside, along with "numerous U.S. citizens" who were also taken into custody, CBP said.

That evening, agents foiled a large human smuggling attempt at a checkpoint after a canine alerted agents to a tractor-trailer, which prompted an inspection. At least 84 undocumented immigrants from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador were found hiding inside the cargo area. They were taken into custody for further investigation.

The final incident occurred Oct. 14, when a canine alerted agents to another trailer at a checkpoint. A "non-intrusive" scan was conducted that led to 74 individuals being discovered inside a refrigerated trailer.

Authorities said residents in the area who wish to report suspicious activity such as alien and/or drug smuggling, can download the “USBP Laredo Sector” App or contact the Laredo Sector Border Patrol at 1-800-343-1994.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 October 2020 at 12:05
Our border patrol should shoot every illegal mud that crosses our borders. Maybe that would help to suppress this White genocide.


Border Patrol says Mexican national shot to death was trying to enter U.S. illegally

Border officials say the man shot and killed on Friday night by a Border Patrol agent behind the Las Americas Premium Outlets mall was trying to enter the U.S. illegally.

By: Jennifer Kastner
Posted at 6:30 PM, Oct 24, 2020

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Border officials say the man shot and killed on Friday night by a Border Patrol agent behind the Las Americas Premium Outlets mall was trying to enter the U.S. illegally.

A statement from Aaron Heitke, Chief Patrol Agent for the U.S. Border Patrol, San Diego Sector reads:

“On Friday, October 23, 2020, at approximately 5:45 p.m., a United States Border Patrol agent responded to apprehend a man illegally entering the United States immediately west of the port of entry in San Ysidro, California. During the arrest, an altercation ensued and the agent discharged his firearm, wounding the man, who was later identified as an adult Mexican national. Nearby agents and law enforcement personnel responded immediately and initiated lifesaving efforts until emergency medical services arrived. At approximately 6:25 p.m. the man was pronounced deceased at the scene. The investigation is currently being led by the San Diego Police Department. Customs and Border Protection will continue to fully cooperate with the ongoing investigation. The specifics of this incident have also been shared with FBI, DHS OIG and CBP Office of Professional Responsibility. Additional updates will be provided by the San Diego Police Department, inquiries should be directed to them.”

SDPD added Saturday that the 30-year-old man was shot once in the torso by the agent after he fought the agent, who sustained minor injuries.

Social justice leaders with the American Friends Service Committee and Alliance San Diego have sent a letter to SDPD calling in part for an independent investigation to be handled only by police, not border officials or unions. Part of the letter reads, “Any involvement or coordination with these agencies, and specifically with CIIT has the potential to corrupt the investigation and could be considered an obstruction of justice.”

Pedro Rios with the American Friends Service Committee said that he and others are considering holding a demonstration on Sunday.

“I think for us it's important to ensure that people are treated with dignity regardless of who they are and we shouldn't jump to conclusions about the person who is now a victim and is now deceased,” Rios told ABC 10News on Saturday.

He added, “I think we should permit the investigation — an unobstructed investigation — to move forward and that way we get to know exactly what took place that led to the demise of this individual.”

There's now a call for evidence related to the shooting to be released right away. “We know that there's a lot of surveillance cameras in the area, not only belonging to Customs and Border Protection and [the] Department of Homeland Security but also the Las Americas mall has a lot of cameras in the area,” said Rios.

Officials are not releasing the name of the man who was shot or the name of the agent who fired at him.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 08 November 2020 at 18:57
I'm sure the mud races at the border are thrilled but not for the reasons listed in this article. The true reason for the celebration from the muds at our borders is due to the lack of funding for our boarder security that will come from a Biden administration. The lack of funding that will occur under the Biden administration will all but end the construction/repairs of the wall/border barrier, reduce the manpower patrolling the borders, and I'm also expecting the catch and release program will be re-implemented.

The White Genocide is all but guaranteed to increase under this new administration's polices.


Migrants on Mexican-US border celebrate Biden win


Tijuana (Mexico) (AFP)

Flag-waving migrants on the Mexican-US border on Saturday welcomed Joe Biden's presidential election win and voiced hope that Donald Trump's defeat would bring greater respect for human rights.

"We're celebrating the victory of Biden and the departure of Donald Trump," said pastor Gustavo Banda, who heads a migrant shelter in Tijuana across the frontier from San Diego in California.

"We're hoping that this new presidency will truly respect human rights," he told AFP.

With Biden in the White House, Banda expressed optimism that "families (who enter the United States illegally) will no longer be separated and children will no longer be caged" in US immigration facilities.

"And that the migrants in our city achieve their hopes of a better life when they arrive in the United States," he added.

Trump branded Mexican migrants "rapists" and drug dealers during his 2016 election campaign and vowed to build a wall along the border.

His "zero tolerance" policy launched in 2018 saw thousands of children separated from their parents at the frontier, a tactic apparently meant to frighten the families, before the government backed down.

Surrounded by migrants from Haiti and Central America and US flags, Banda took up a symbolic position near the border crossing where thousands of US citizens or legal residents pass each day.

Biden supporters waved the Stars and Stripes and some motorists honked their horns in celebration.

Around 1,200 kilometers (750 miles) to the east in Ciudad Juarez, Cuban migrant Pedro Ruiz expressed his joy at Trump's defeat.

"I wanted Biden to win because he clearly said that he's going to restore the entire asylum system," the 51-year-old said.

Ruiz said he left Cuba four years ago "due to political repression" and has been in a shelter in Ciudad Juarez for 19 months.

Migrants living in the city's shelters learned about the election results by television or through their cell phones, largely isolated from the outside world due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Under an agreement between Mexico and the United States in January 2019, asylum seekers must wait in Mexico for their applications to be processed in the United States.

Although illegal migration, mainly from Central America, has been a problem for decades, it has escalated since the end of 2018 when thousands of people headed for the United States in migrant caravans.

The mass flight from poverty and violence forced Mexico to tighten its border controls under threat of trade sanctions from Washington.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 12 November 2020 at 13:44
Under a Biden administration we can expect less arrests and more mud races just being released into the interior of the country.


Border Patrol Apprehends 41 Migrants in Southern New Mexico

The U.S. Border Patrol says 41 migrants were apprehended after getting off a bus on the Mexican side and then crossing into southern New Mexico while other people threw objects at agents to divert their attention.

By Associated Press, Wire Service Content Nov. 11, 2020

SANTA TERESA, N.M. (AP) — The U.S. Border Patrol says 41 migrants were apprehended after getting off a bus on the Mexican side and then crossing into southern New Mexico while other people threw objects at agents to divert their attention.

The crossing attempt occurred Monday near the Santa Teresa Port of Entry west of El Paso, Texas, the Border Patrol said Wednesday in a statement.

The statement didn't specify what objects were thrown at agents or mention any injuries.

“Recent trends continue to show increasingly large groups being apprehended" by agents in or near Santa Teresa or nearby Sunland Park, the statement said.

A group of approximately 75 people attempted to illegally enter the country near Sunland Park on Nov. 5 near Sunland Park but their entry was prevented with cooperation with Mexican authorities, the statement said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 November 2020 at 00:56
That puppet wants open borders and is gonna lift the Muslim ban. Cant believe that moron's mindset. Then again RED or BLUE both serve the Jew. 88
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 14 November 2020 at 11:57
I'm far from a fan boy of Trump. But as I've said before, without Trump in place, and especially with Biden in charge, our border security will be nonexistent.

All I can say is that I urge ever Creator to make sure you're prepared to protect/defend yourself and family. Because if you're White, there is no aid coming from the government.


What Is the Fate of Trump’s Border Wall?

By Elizabeth Lee
November 13, 2020

LOS ANGELES - Joe Biden, projected to become America's 46th president in January, has vowed to stop the construction of a border wall along the Mexico border, leaving questions about the future of the centerpiece of President Donald Trump’s bid to curb unauthorized immigration at the southern border.

Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Agent Matthew Hudak said contracts are in place to start constructing approximately 113 kilometers of wall in the Laredo sector of Texas, which spans more than 270 kilometers of the border between the United States and Mexico.

Hudak said a wall would help fight criminal groups that use the border as a way of making money by smuggling people and contraband.

“When we put (up) wall systems ... it takes away that profitability for these criminal organizations. That’s money that’s not going back into Mexico to supply the weapons, the ammunition that’s being used to victimize our neighbors across the border,” Hudak said.

Fate of the border wall

Biden said he would not tear down the wall already built by Trump. But during the joint national convention last August of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, he vowed that “there will not be another foot of wall constructed in my administration.”

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection said it is on target to build 724 kilometers of border wall by the end of 2020.

“President Trump is still the president (and) will be until January 20, so until then, we can expect construction on the border wall to continue,” said Jessica Bolter, associate policy analyst of the Migration Policy Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based policy think tank.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the majority of contracts have been awarded and construction is under way for the approximately 1,188 kilometers funded to date.

However, Bolter said the Biden administration does have options regarding existing contracts.

“His administration may be looking at terminating contracts that are currently in progress, possibly even places where construction is currently in the works," said Bolter. "The government does have a lot of leeway to do this and could generally be done pretty easily, sometimes having to pay a termination fee out to contractors.”

Fate of wall controversies

Trump’s authority to use much of the money to build a border wall is being challenged and awaiting a Supreme Court decision. The legal fight may become a moot point under a Biden administration.

“I think this is going to be one of those problems that (is) going to find a solution in the political transition,” said Tony Payan, director of the Center for the United States and Mexico at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy in Houston.

“The Supreme Court’s decision will really not matter,” Payan said.

Biden also said, “Withdraw the lawsuits. We’re out. We’re not going to confiscate the land,” speaking about the government lawsuits against landowners who refuse to give up their land for a border wall.

Focus on technology

Instead of building more walls, Democrats have long favored using technology as an alternative along the more than 3,000 kilometers that make up the southern border.

“I'm going to make sure that we have border protection, but it's going to be based on making sure that we use high-tech capacity to deal with it,” said Biden.

In Laredo, technology such as cameras, radar detection, sensors and drones have helped border patrol agents where very little wall had existed, but Hudak said more tools help agents better succeed at their jobs.

“When we can have that technology tell us exactly what we’re dealing with before we get near it, it’s safer for everybody,” Hudak said. “It’s a combination of the physical barrier (and the) patrol road, so our agents will have mobility up and down the entire stretch of border and then also the technology systems that go with that, as well. So, it’s a suite of all of those things coming together. ... Then, we add the manpower to it, and we have all three pieces of that triangle working together.”

Unintended consequences

Opponents say a border wall harms ecosystems, causing floods and endangering animals and that Biden should do more than stop wall construction.

“I think we are underestimating the kind of damage that the wall is going to wreak along the U.S.-Mexico border,” said Payan of Rice University. “And so, even if (Biden) doesn't intend to destroy any of the wall that has already been built, I think in some places it may have to be brought down. The damage is just too severe on the environment.”

Policies beyond the wall

Beyond the border wall, many immigrant rights groups hope a Biden administration will undo many of Trump’s executive actions on immigration, which do not need congressional approval. Analysts say one program Biden can easily reinstate is President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allowed work permits for undocumented immigrants who entered the U.S. as children.

Trump ordered an end to the program in 2017. In June 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the DACA recipients, but the possibility persists that the administration could still end DACA in the future with proper justification.

However, undoing other Trump’s policies may prove to be difficult, including the Migrant Protection Protocols, which require most undocumented immigrants to be returned to Mexico until their immigration court hearing date. Bolter said it will take time and resources to maneuver administrative and bureaucratic procedures to undo many of Trump’s programs.

“Even the executive actions that President Trump has taken, even though they technically can be undone by the administration itself, the process of going through and undoing every single regulation is going to be extremely arduous," said Bolter. "It's not something that can be done immediately if new regulations have to go through notice and comment period.”

A Biden administration will have competing priorities, including the pandemic and humanitarian and security at the border.

“It's just unlikely (the Biden administration will) be able to dedicate the same resources to immigration that Trump has,” said Bolter. 
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 November 2020 at 02:47
The future under Biden has already been determined ...

BIDEN COVID ADVISER: INDOOR DINING, GYMS, GATHERINGS IN HOMES TO BE BANNED (https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2020/11/14/biden-covid-advisory-board-member-indoor-dining-gyms-and-gatherings-in-homes-should-be-targeted-for-closures/)

 * Due to "Covid19" all White Americans in enforced Lockdown
 * Resistance to be met by armed police and charges of Domestic Terrorism
    - Leads to: All "White" organisations to be designated as Domestic Terrorists
    - Leads to: Gun confiscation, mass arrests and internment of White Dissidents
 * Marxists and Black Supremacists to be granted freedom of the streets
 * Borders to be opened and universal welfare granted to all

30 Oct 2020 ... The United States will see an "invasion" at the U.S.-Mexico border when Joe Biden dismantles border policies (https://www.google.com/url?client=internal-element-cse&cx=partner-pub-9229289037503472:6795176714&q=https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/10/30/cbp-chief-warns-of-illegal-immigration-invasion-if-biden-ends-trump-policies/&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwi40L-ryYPtAhXd93MBHXmbCwIQFjAFegQIBRAC&usg=AOvVaw3vJ7bCf6uepYEgzi4qSaXX)


I urge ever Creator to make sure you're prepared to protect/defend yourself and family. Because if you're White, there is no aid coming from the government.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 15 November 2020 at 14:52

Migrant Smugglers See Boost From U.S. Pandemic Border Policy

By Reuters, Wire Service Content Nov. 12, 2020

MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) - These days, Martin Salgado’s migrant shelter in the city of San Luis Rio Colorado on Mexico’s border with the United States feels more like an hourly hotel. His guests, many of them from Central America, often don't even bother to spend the night.


Salgado said he has never seen people cycle through as repeatedly as he has in recent months, after the United States began expelling almost all migrants caught on the Mexican border rather than returning them to their homelands. Now, human smugglers often attempt to get migrants back across the border the very same day they are deported, he said.

Previously, Central American migrants apprehended at the border would be processed in the U.S. immigration system and would often be held for weeks, if not months, before being deported back to their home country.

"We never saw this before," said Salgado, who runs the shelter near Arizona's western limits founded by his mother in the 1990s. Some Central Americans who arrive at the shelter after being deported “eat, bathe, and suddenly they disappear."

U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration in March announced that it would begin to quickly expel nearly all migrants caught at the border under the authority of an existing federal public health act, known as Title 42, saying the move was necessary to prevent coronavirus spreading into the United States.

But the order appears to be having unintended effects.

It’s led to an increase in repeated border crossing attempts, data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows. And it’s benefiting the illegal networks that move people from Central America to the United States, according to interviews with more than a dozen migration experts, shelter directors, immigrant advocates and human smugglers.

That is because U.S. authorities are depositing the migrants on the border, rather than returning them home, which allows smugglers to eliminate some of the costs of repeat border crossings, said three smugglers working with transnational networks. The price migrants pay smugglers, which can be $7,000, or double that, often includes two or three attempted border crossings to offset the risks of being intercepted by Mexican or U.S. authorities, according to the three smugglers, as well as migration experts.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 21 November 2020 at 12:02
From the willingness to accept every nigger and mud with a sad story, lack of border security,  and amnesty for the millions of illegal already here. In my opinion, under a Biden administration the browning of America will exponentially escalate like no one has ever seen before.


Cato Immigration Wonk is Begging Joe Biden to Bring Asylum Applicants in During a Pandemic

By Pedro Alvarado - November 21, 2020

Leave it to the Cato Institute to be one of the most fanatic proponents of mass migration during a pandemic.

David Bier, Cato’s Immigration policy analyst, was particularly ecstatic about the presumptive victory of former Vice president Joe Biden. Bier explained that “After Joe Biden won the Democratic Party nomination, he made no adjustments to his aggressively pro‐​immigration agenda.” Bier cited Biden’s platform as being one of the most “pro‐​immigrant as any winning candidate since Abraham Lincoln.”

The Cato immigration wonk stressed the importance of Biden not backing down from his pro-mass migration agenda now that public opinion on immigration is allegedly “even further on his side than the presidential vote count.”

Bier praised Biden for his defense of America’s flawed asylum policies. Trump has made progress in reforming U.S. asylum policy by implementing a Remain in Mexico policy, where Central American asylum applicants are told to wait in Mexico as their asylum requests are processed in the U.S. This angered Bier who is concerned about Central American asylum seekers living “homeless in dangerous cities in Mexico.”

The immigration policy analyst for Cato is of the opinion that “Without Trump’s anti‐​asylum policies, it is inevitable that the United States will have a very significant increase in immigrants requesting asylum.” Bier concedes that Biden will have a hard time ending Trump’s asylum restrictions, but still praised the former Vice President for his defense of a looser asylum seeking policy:

Of all the Trump policies, I believed—as many analysts still do—that these asylum restrictions would be the most difficult politically for Biden to end. Yet Biden took his few minutes on a national debate stage to assert that he’s willing to embrace greater acceptance of asylum seekers as a good thing. If the new administration accepts them all at ports of entry, grants them status and employment authorization, there will not even be the issue of immigrants breaking the law to create any potential political liability.

It is baffling the lengths mass migration proponents will go to defend their wacky ideas. In a time when millions of Americans are put out of work due to lockdowns, it’s absurd to entertain the idea of bringing more migrants into the country. What’s more, there are already a number of states that are becoming way more politically competitive due to the changing demographics brought about by mass migration. Any proposal to increase immigration now and in the future will only hasten these states’ fall into Democrats’ hand. And let’s be honest, Democrats unlike their spineless Republcian counterparts, are serious about exercising political power. With freshly imported shock troops to punch their ticket towards political dominance, Democrats will now then be one step closer towards realizing their goal of destroying the American Republic.

We can still deny them this opportunity by passing an immigration moratorium.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 27 November 2020 at 17:09
The browning of our country is in full effect regardless of which race traitor runs the country. So since the Trump speedbump disrupted the catch and release for the adults, the muds are just sending their offspring.

I'm so tired of the mind polluted trying to convince me that no matter the color of our skin, we're all the same. What loving parent loads their offspring with up with birth control and water to occur non stop raping across a desert. In hope that their child makes it into the U.S. so that chain migration will eventually allow them residents. Sounds like a real loving species/race.


U.S. agents apprehend 1,000 migrant children in 6 days as crossings along Mexican border rise


U.S. authorities along the border with Mexico apprehended nearly 1,000 unaccompanied migrant children in the span of six days last week, as unauthorized crossings by minors continue to rise, according to government statistics provided to a federal court.

From November 18 to November 23, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processed 997 migrant minors who traveled without parents or legal guardians, the agency's top official, Mark Morgan, said in a court declaration Wednesday. More than 9,900 unaccompanied children have been taken into custody since September 8, Morgan added.

Within the next 120 days, CBP projects border crossings by unaccompanied minors to increase by 50%, according to the court declaration.

Morgan disclosed the figures as part of a Trump administration request for the D.C. Circuit Court to suspend a lower court order that currently prohibits border officials from expelling unaccompanied migrant children without a court hearing or an asylum screening. The outgoing Trump administration has argued that the policy, which it dubbed the "Title 42" process, is needed to prevent potentially infected migrants from spreading the coronavirus inside holding facilities and elsewhere in the U.S. 

Last Wednesday, Judge Emmet Sullivan of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. ruled that the public health law being cited by the Trump administration to expel border-crossers does not authorize expulsions or supersede legal safeguards for migrant minors — even during a pandemic. Sullivan ordered officials to stop expelling unaccompanied minors, but did not do the same for families with children or single adults, who continue to be expelled to Mexico or their home countries.

U.S. Border Patrol agents detain a 16-year-old undocumented immigrant minor from Mexico on September 10, 2019 in Mission, Texas. / Getty Images

In his declaration, Morgan said the uptick in apprehensions of unaccompanied minors is linked to last week's court ruling, which he argued will "serve as a pull factor."

Lee Gelernt, an American Civil Liberties Union attorney who has been challenging the border expulsions, pushed back on Morgan's statements and predictions.

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"The assertion that there will be a sharp increase in border crossings by children this winter is speculative at best, and in any event children can be safely tested and quarantined as needed," Gelernt told CBS News. "There is simply no basis for the Trump administration's claim that the cruel and patently unlawful Title 42 policy is necessary to protect public health."

Apprehensions of unaccompanied migrant children along the U.S.-Mexico border, which plummeted to 741 in April, had been increasing steadily before Sullivan issued his order. In September and October, CBP agents apprehended 3,883 and 4,764 unaccompanied minors, respectively.

The U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, where most unaccompanied migrant children were sent before the pandemic, is now housing more than 2,300 minors in its network of shelters, an increase from a decade-low early in the summer, when the in-custody population dropped below 800. 

Migrant minors transferred to the refugee agency stay in shelters or other housing facilities until they are placed with a sponsor, who is typically a family member residing in the country. U.S. law allows them to request asylum or other forms of humanitarian refuge to stop their deportation proceedings.

After receiving 162 children between April and June, the Office of Refugee Resettlement received 1,218 and 1,530 migrant minors from border officials in September and October, respectively.

While the refugee office has space to house approximately 13,000 minors, less than 8,000 beds are available because of Covid-19 mitigation policies, Nicole Cubbage, the agency's acting director, said in a declaration accompanying the Trump administration's appeal of Sullivan's ruling. Cubbage said her office expects shelters along the southern border to reach maximum capacity on December 12, and the entire nationwide bed space for migrant children to be depleted by early January.

If the trend holds, Cubbage said the refugee agency would need to reopen "influx facilities" in Homestead, Florida and Carrizo Springs, Texas, to house hundreds of migrant youth. Cubbage said her office could start receiving between 300 and 400 children daily in "the near future," a prediction she attributed to Sullivan's order, "deteriorating economic and political conditions" in Central America, the impact of recent hurricanes, seasonal patterns and even President Trump's electoral defeat. 

"I am concerned that the recent upward trend in referrals noted above could represent the cusp of a major influx of UAC," Cubbage wrote, using an abbreviation for the government term, "unaccompanied alien children."   

Detention periods for migrant children are also increasing. In September and October, 71 minors spent more than three days in Border Patrol custody, according to government statistics provided to lawyers representing detained migrant children.

According to the data, a three-month-old apprehended with at least one parent was held by CBP for two weeks. In October, a 17-year-old unaccompanied teen was in CBP custody for 18 days. In court declarations filed earlier this week, several children interviewed by a lawyer alleged having limited access to soap and face masks, and denounced lax social distancing measures and crowded conditions in CBP facilities.

"My mask is dirty on the inside. Here, people do not practice social distancing," an eight-year-old child said, according to one of the declarations.

Another minor, a 15-year-old from El Salvador, said: "I was detained in a room with thirty other minors and we were cramped. I felt uncomfortable because there were so many people in the room. I had to sleep in a sitting position because there were so many people in the room."

CBP did not address these allegations, citing pending litigation.

A 2008 anti-trafficking law requires CBP and other agencies to transfer unaccompanied minors to the refugee office within 72 hours of apprehending them, absent extraordinary circumstances. "Failing to lawfully transfer these children in time is simply negligent," Democratic lawmakers led by Hispanic Caucus chairman Joaquin Castro wrote in a letter this week to acting Department of Homeland Security secretary Chad Wolf.

Neha Desai, one of the lawyers representing migrant youth in the court case over the Flores Settlement Agreement, which governs the care of minors in U.S. immigration custody, said the government needs to take more steps to quickly transfer children out of CBP custody. "Having children detained in CBP custody for any amount of time exposes them to a dangerous and traumatic environment," Desai told CBS News. "This was true well before the pandemic and is even more so the case now."

Border Patrol agent Justin Castrejon looks out along newly replaced border wall sections Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020, near Tecate, Calif. Gregory Bull / AP

On Wednesday, CBP announced it would be closing its largest temporary detention facility for migrant families and children until renovations are completed in early 2022. The Central Processing Center in south Texas, opened during the Obama presidency, became notorious for its chain-link sections, which were denounced by advocates as "cages" when the Trump administration systematically separated thousands of migrant families in 2018. The announcement was first reported by The Washington Post. 

The increase of border crossings by children, and of overall apprehensions, could prove to be an early and thorny immigration policy test for the incoming Biden administration. President-elect Joe Biden has vowed to discontinue many of Mr. Trump's border programs, including a policy that has required tens of thousands of asylum-seekers from Central America, Cuba and other Latin American countries to wait in Mexico for their U.S. court hearings.

Mr. Biden's team has also pledged to review the expulsions policy to ensure border-crossers "have the ability to submit their asylum claims."

Andrew Selee, president of the non-partisan Migration Policy Institute, said ending the "Remain in Mexico" program and the expulsions too quickly could lead to a surge in border crossings. He suggested the incoming Biden administration could end Remain-in-Mexico but temporarily retain the expulsion policy, a scenario that could be complicated by legal challenges and reporting that shows public health officials were pressured by the White House to authorize the expulsions.

Selee said an influx in border arrests could hurt chances of a divided Congress passing immigration legislation, including one that provides a pathway to U.S. citizenship for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) beneficiaries. Republicans lawmakers blamed the DACA program for a surge in border apprehensions of Central American children in 2014, even though the policy, established in 2012, did not benefit new arrivals.

Before completely ending Mr. Trump's policies, Selee said the incoming Biden administration should deploy more asylum officers, surge resources to the border and expand case management programs that allow migrants to complete their U.S. immigration proceedings outside of detention centers. Otherwise, he added, a sharp increase in unauthorized migration could leave the U.S. government unprepared, worsen conditions in temporary migrant holding facilities and lead to more draconian enforcement policies.

"You're stuck between a rock and a hard place: Either you start releasing people in the general population or you hold them in the middle of a pandemic," Selee said. 

"If you try to be the anti-Trump on day one, you will end up acting like Trump in the end," he added. "If you try and throw out everything Trump has done on day one, without having an alternative in place, you'll end up doing the same things Trump did."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 December 2020 at 13:41
The mud races know our laws and use them against us. These animals send their children on a life threatening trip that any loving parent would never allow. All for the hope to receive chain migration so that they have an easier path into our country.


Thousands of unaccompanied minors arrive at US-Mexico border as Border Patrol grapples with COVID-19 deaths


The number of unaccompanied migrant children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border has nearly doubled in recent weeks, and smugglers are using riskier tactics to get them across, a top U.S. Border Patrol official says.

Agents are apprehending an average of 153 young migrants a day at the border since October, up from about 80 a day earlier this year, Deputy Chief Raul Ortiz, Border Patrol's second in command, said in an interview with USA TODAY.

In all, Border Patrol agents apprehended 4,764 unaccompanied minors in October, up from 741 in April – a more than 540% jump, according to court filings by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which oversees the Border Patrol. In a six-day span in November, border agents apprehended 997 unaccompanied minors – more than in the entire month of April.

Most worrying are the large numbers of those considered "tender age" – 12 and younger and sometimes as little as 7 months old, he said. In October, agents rescued two Honduran siblings – a 13-year-old boy and a 9-year-old girl – from an island in the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass, Texas. On Monday, 10 migrants under 14 were stopped by border agents in South Texas, Ortiz said.

"By itself, those numbers are a little alarming," he said. "What is concerning is this tender-age population."

Unlike similar surges in young migrants last year and in 2014, when the minors largely turned themselves in to border agents after crossing into the U.S., smugglers this year are trying to sneak the minors furtherinto the U.S. through remote areas of South Texas, floating them across the Rio Grande in rickety rafts and hiding them in stash houses, he said.

In recent months, agents have uncovered dozens of immigrants crammed into horse trailers or buried in hidden floors of trailer trucks. Often, children are squeezed in among them, Ortiz said. Last month, four unaccompanied juveniles were among the 38 immigrants found in a Rio Grande City, Texas, stash house. Border intel agents say more are on the way, he said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 December 2020 at 18:12
Whether it's a trickle or flood, the colored invasion will never end on its own.

Non-White immigration is White Genocide!


Border Patrol in Texas finds nearly 2 dozen illegal immigrants trapped inside freight train cars


Border agents in Texas found nearly two dozen illegal immigrants trapped inside several freight train cars traveling through the U.S., authorities said Monday.

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Hebbronville Station, about 55 miles east of Laredo, found 12 individuals in two separate grain hopper cars during an inspection of a freight train, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement. Hours later, agents discovered 11 more individuals locked inside another grain hopper car in a separate train inspection.

Agents determined the individuals in both incidents had no means of escaping the cars on their own and proceeded to rescue them, according to the agency.

All 23 people, who were not wearing PPE while traveling in the close quarters, were medically screened and later determined to have come to the U.S. illegally from Mexico and Guatemala, the CBP said.

The agency warned of the dangers of hiding in such train cars to illegally enter the U.S.

“This dangerous method of illegal entry into the United States by illegal immigrants is strongly discouraged as it often results in serious injury or death,” the statement said.


Last month, U.S. Border Patrol said more than 140 individuals were found entering or being smuggled into the country illegally.

The incidents included the rescue of a large group trapped inside a tractor-trailer in a suspected human smuggling operation, the arrest of 44 individuals hiding in the brush near Hebbronville, and the arrest of 100 illegal immigrants in a 24-hour span on Nov. 19, the agency said.

Those taken into custody during those incidents were determined to be from countries in Central and South America, including Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Venezuela, CBP said.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 20 December 2020 at 14:32

U.S. Border Patrol Agents arrest smuggler with 3 in trunk

By Shelby Trahan | December 17, 2020 at 2:46 PM MST - Updated December 17 at 2:46 PM

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - One man is facing federal charges after he was found attempting to smuggle three Guatemalan citizens into the U.S. illegally.


According to a news release, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents stopped the car near Sells, AZ for an immigration inspection on federal Route 20. During the stop, agents discovered the immigrants inside the trunk of the rental car.

The three illegal aliens will be processed for illegally entering the country.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 23 December 2020 at 13:38
President-Elect Joe Biden is planning to dismantle the legal wall at the United States-Mexico border that President Trump has constructed that ensures a reduction of illegal immigration through asylum agreements with Mexico and Central America.


Excerpt: In statements this week, Biden and his advisers said they plan on taking down Trump’s legal wall that includes the Remain in Mexico policy, as well as cooperative asylum agreements with Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. The agreements have allowed federal immigration officials to swiftly return border crossers to their native countries after failing to meet asylum thresholds.

“The timeline is to do it in fact to make it better not worse,” Biden said at a news conference on Tuesday. “The last thing we need is to say we’re going to stop immediately the access to asylum the way it’s being run now and end up with 2 million people on our border. It’s a matter of setting up the guardrails.”

Biden’s incoming domestic policy adviser Susan Rice and incoming national security adviser Jake Sullivan, in an interview with a Spanish language media outlet, said Biden would be ending Trump’s Central American agreements that have streamlined the asylum process and helped keep illegal immigration down.



Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 31 December 2020 at 15:25
The fact that mud races feel like they have a right to enter our country is one of the many flaws of our country.


Cuban migrants protest at Mexico border, seeking entry to U.S.

By Jose Luis Gonzalez

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Dozens of Cubans protested at the U.S. border in the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez on Tuesday night, demanding they be allowed to cross and claim asylum in the United States.

U.S. authorities, including police in anti-riot gear, closed off the bridge that leads into El Paso, Texas, with a concrete barrier topped with barbed wire.

A recording blared from a loudspeaker warning that any person who crossed could be arrested.

Late into the evening, some 200 migrants who had walked right up to the barrier stayed put.

Jonathan Castro, 25, said he has spent one year and eight months in Mexico after attempting to request asylum in the United States, and is prepared to protest at the bridge throughout the night.

Like many other Cubans, he was sent back across the border under the “Remain in Mexico” program - a key piece of U.S. President Donald Trump’s hardline policy to curb migration by making asylum seekers wait out their proceedings in Mexico.

“We’re fed up waiting,” he said, adding that the group had formed at the border after word circulated that U.S. authorities were prepared to let them cross.

Cuban migrant Rauvel Tejeda, who has spent nearly as long in Mexico under the same circumstances, said he was tired of poor treatment by Mexican police, and wanted “a little bit of help” from both Mexico and the United States.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 31 December 2020 at 23:28
Like what is so bad about being in Mexico if you really want asylum? More benefits in the US for being a refugee?

Even if you got to the US seems like Canada is taking these beaners as they walk in there from upstate New York?

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 02 January 2021 at 12:34
The Spanish speaking mud should have been left stuck on the wall as a warning to others.


Authorities: Mexican migrant trying to enter US illegally got stuck on border wall

Brooke Coupal

IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif. (WHDH) — A man from Mexico got stuck on a border wall while trying to enter the United States illegally on Tuesday, authorities said.


U.S. Border Patrol agents patrolling Imperial Beach, California around 8:15 p.m. found a 25-year-old man hanging from the international boundary wall where it juts out into the Pacific Ocean, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Mexican authorities were able to dislodge the man from the fence on the American side of the border and U.S. Border Patrol agents escorted him to safety.

Emergency medical services transported him to a nearby hospital for hypothermia and knee pain.

“Let this serve as a grave reminder,” said Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Heitke. “A smuggler’s sole motive is profit. When the going gets tough, they will leave you hanging, both literally and figuratively. Our agents will always preserve lives whenever possible.”
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 05 January 2021 at 17:18
Spanish speaking mud falls short of her guaranteed free ticket to the  browning of the U.S. This anchor baby b.s. does nothing but help destroy our country. If that law was repelled, along with the asylum laws, it would help solve many of our foreign mud issues.


Honduran migrant gives birth on Mexico-US border bridge

Mexican authorities say a Honduran woman gave birth on the Mexican side of the border bridge linking Matamoros to Brownsville, Texas

By The Associated Press
January 3, 2021, 3:58 PM

CIUDAD VICTORIA, Mexico -- Mexican authorities said Sunday that a Honduran woman gave birth on the Mexican side of the border bridge linking Matamoros to Brownsville, Texas.

The woman was apparently trying to reach the U.S. side, but felt unsteady when she got there and was helped by pedestrians on the Mexican side waiting to cross.

The woman was identified as Leidy Hernández, 24.

Mexico’s National Immigration Institute said the incident occurred Saturday afternoon on the Ignacio Zaragoza border bridge, also known as “Los Tomates.” It said authorities received an alert from U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials regarding “a woman trying to enter the country improperly.”

It said the woman was taken to a hospital in Matamoros, where she was given free care. Her child will have the right to Mexican citizenship.

Hernández was reportedly among about 800 migrants sheltering in an improvised riverside camp while awaiting U.S. hearings on their claims for asylum or visas. Other migrants are waiting in Matamoros, but have rented rooms.

Thousands of other migrants are waiting in other Mexican border cities for a chance to enter the U.S. — some for years. The Trump administration has turned away tens of thousands at legal border crossings, first citing a shortage of space and then telling people to wait for court dates under its “Remain in Mexico” policy.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 06 January 2021 at 14:57
I think it’s B/S how any foreigner can just give birth in the US and gain citizenship! Here at least one parent must be Australian before citizenship is granted. Otherwise Reffos and students could gain access.

If they can change the citizenship laws in Australia, they can change them in the US as well.

Quote from: Private
Australian citizenship depends on date of birth.

Most children born in Australia before 20 August 1986 are Australian citizens by birth unless one parent was entitled to diplomatic privileges or was a consular officer of another country.

Children born after that date are only Australian citizens if at least one parent was an Australian citizen or permanent resident at the time of their birth.

Children born in Australia to parents who are not Australian citizens or permanent residents, automatically acquire Australian citizenship on their 10th birthday if they have lived most of their life in Australia.

Commonly, children born overseas after 26 January 1949 to an Australian citizen parent, may be eligible to apply for Australian citizenship by descent.

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 16 January 2021 at 14:51
The muds just dropped 700 anchors ino my country. Now If the parents don't just sneak across the border, they'll just sit back and wait for chain migration. No matter how you look at it, it's more browning of America.


700 children crossed the U.S. border alone after being required to wait in Mexico with their families


Hundreds of migrant children who crossed the U.S. southern border alone after their families were required to wait in Mexico under a Trump administration policy are being denied legal safeguards established by Congress, lawyers told a federal court Thursday.

Since instituting its "Migrant Protection Protocols" program in early 2019, the Trump administration has required roughly 70,000 non-Mexican asylum-seekers, including families with children, to wait for their U.S. court hearings in northern Mexico, which includes areas the State Department warns Americans not to visit due to widespread crime and violence.

Citing conditions in tent camps, insecurity in Mexican border towns and overall desperation, some migrant parents enrolled in the program have allowed their children to present themselves to U.S. border officials without them, since minors who are processed as unaccompanied can't be returned to Mexico under U.S. policy and law. Many of the children have other family members in the U.S. willing to care for them.

According to government data obtained by CBS News, the Office of Refugee Resettlement, the federal agency responsible for housing unaccompanied children, has housed 701 minors whose parents were in Mexico under the MPP program. Most — 643 of them — have been released to family members in the U.S.

Once they reached U.S. soil in late 2019 from Honduras, Modesto and his 15-year-old son were returned to Matamoros, Mexico, where they lived for months in the squalid tent city there, the largest migrant camp along the southern border. Modesto said they lived a "cruel life" in the camp.

"He would tell me, 'Dad, I can't stand it anymore. I suffer here. I'm hungry. I can't study. We don't live well here, and I feel desperate. I want to be in the U.S.,'" said Modesto, who asked for his surname to be omitted because he has an ongoing U.S. immigration case. 

Modesto said he could barely provide for his son in Mexico. 

After a year in Matamoros, Modesto said he allowed his son to present himself to U.S. border officials as an unaccompanied minor last November, hoping that his son would be able to live with Modesto's sister in Texas. He called it a "very difficult" choice.

"It still hurts a lot, but I'm always thinking about his future," Modesto said. "We adults have to make hard decisions."

A lawsuit filed by the Justice Action Center and other groups in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Thursday said the Trump administration is seeking to deport children like Modesto's son while many of their parents remain in northern Mexico. Doing so, the lawsuit argued, violates a patchwork of legal protections for unaccompanied children.

Children play between tents at a makeshift migrant camp in Matamoros, Tamaulipas state, Mexico, on Sunday, March 1, 2020. Bloomberg

U.S. law shields unaccompanied minors from expedited deportations and requires the government to connect them with lawyers and child advocates while they are housed in shelters overseen by the refugee agency, which is charged with releasing them to family members willing to sponsor them.

These minors are entitled to seek asylum through child-sensitive interviews with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, rather than in an adversarial courtroom proceeding with a judge and a government attorney who seeks their deportation. If they lose their case, they can apply for asylum a second time before an immigration judge. They may also request visas for victims of parental neglect, abuse or abandonment.

The government has argued that children who received a removal order alongside their family under the Remain-in-Mexico program can be quickly deported after re-entering the U.S. as unaccompanied minors. But advocates believe these children should be afforded the safeguards offered to other unaccompanied minors, arguing they did not get a fair day in court while waiting in Mexico.

"These children seeking safety deserve the protection, compassion and care that our government should, in theory, provide," Natalia Trotter, an attorney for the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services who is representing Modesto's son, told CBS News. "The fact that this administration has allowed children to be in this chaotic situation is disgraceful."

Clara, a Los Angeles resident who also asked for her surname to be omitted because of an active immigration case, has been caring for her 12-year-old grandson since his mother allowed him to present himself to U.S. border agents alone last year. He has not seen his mother, who remains in the migrant encampment in Matamoros, for more than a year.

"There are many factors that lead him to not live a happy life, like a normal child. We try to give him all the support, but find him constantly sad," Clara said of her grandson. "He misses his mom. He has that uncertainty over whether he will see his mother."

According to Thursday's lawsuit, the 12-year-old child and his mother fled Honduras in 2019 after gangs threatened the boy. While traveling through Mexico, they were kidnapped and held for ransom until they managed to escape. They were returned to Mexico when they reached U.S. soil, and remained for months in Matamoros, where Clara said the family feared being kidnapped again.

"At the young age of eleven, A. Doe had already experienced far more violence than any child should," the lawsuit reads, using a pseudonym for the boy. "Knowing that she would be unable to protect him from the gangs who had already targeted him in Honduras and from the violence of Matamoros, A. Doe's mother made the difficult decision to send her son across the border alone."

The group Human Rights First has compiled more than 1,300 reports of murder, rape, kidnapping, torture and assault against migrants returned by the U.S. to Mexico.

A member of the Red Cross takes the temperature of a Central American migrant outside La 72 migrant shelter in the town of Tenosique, Tabasco state, Mexico, on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020.  Bloomberg

According to the lawsuit and lawyers, the U.S. government has sought to deport Modesto's son and Clara's grandson based on their previous cases in the Remain-in-Mexico policy. Through the lawsuit, advocates hope to require the government to offer all unaccompanied children the protections Congress created for them, regardless of whether they were previously waiting in Mexico with their families.

The Trump administration has hailed the Remain-in-Mexico program as its signature border policy, arguing that it stemmed U.S.-bound migration from Central America and allowed U.S. officials to weed out "non-meritorious" or "fraudulent" asylum claims.

During the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. border officials have placed fewer asylum-seekers in the program, as most migrants, including unaccompanied children, have been rapidly expelled without a court hearing under an emergency measure authorized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Because of a court order in November, U.S. officials are currently barred from expelling unaccompanied minors.

President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to discontinue the Remain-in-Mexico policy, but his advisers have cautioned doing so will take time, given the ongoing pandemic. His transition team has also not indicated what will happen to the cases of an estimated 23,000 migrants who remain in northern Mexico. 

Advocates are urging the incoming administration to reprocess these migrants and allow them to make their case for asylum or other relief from deportation in the U.S. Meeth Soni, a lawyer for the Immigrant Defenders Law Center, said children who entered the U.S. alone after being required to wait in Mexico with their parents should also be protected from quick deportations after Inauguration Day. 

"What's at stake is the long-standing commitment we have made to protect vulnerable children from being summarily and unfairly deported to countries where they face danger, exploitation, and trafficking," Soni said. "The Biden administration cannot turn their backs on them."

After being released from government custody earlier this month, Modesto's son is now living with his aunt in Texas. Modesto said his son appears happy and well-fed during video calls. But the Honduran father said he misses his son dearly, noting he's never been separated from him.

Modesto remains in the Matamoros tent camp, waiting to see if his fortunes change under a new U.S. administration.

"We never expected to experience so much suffering on this border, that this program would cause so much harm," he said. "Not just to us, but to every migrant."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2021 at 04:05
The brown flood will never stop on its own.


Up to 8,000 US-bound migrants enter Guatemala from Honduras

By Marlon Sorto and Sharif Paget, CNN
Sat January 16, 2021

Honduran migrants walk along a road in Camotan, Guatemala, on Saturday, January 16.

(CNN)An estimated 7,000 to 8,000 US-bound migrants have entered Guatemala from Honduras since Friday, a spokesman for Guatemala's official immigration agency, Alejandra Mena, told CNN on Saturday.


Thousands of people are joining the US-bound groups to flee a life of poverty and violence. Two devastating hurricanes struck the region late last year, exacerbating the economic strain caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Guatemala's Ministry of Foreign Affairs urged Honduran authorities to do more to "contain the massive departure of its inhabitants" in a statement issued Saturday.

Experts project increase in migrants at US-Mexico border as pandemic devastates Latin America

While not responding directly to Guatemala's request, the National Institute of Migration in Honduras said on social media it has reinforced three border points between the two countries with immigration inspectors.

A video captured by CNN on Saturday showed a large group of people pushing past a cordon of Guatemalan soldiers to gain access to highways traveling to Mexico. Authorities estimated nearly 3,500 people made it pass the cordon.

Last October, the first major US-bound migrant caravan since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic left San Pedro Sula, Honduras and crossed into Guatemala with an estimated 1,500 to 2,800 people.

Crossings at the US-Mexico border plunged during 2020 lockdowns. Apprehensions in the month of April hit the lowest mark in years, with approximately 17,100.

Since then, apprehensions have steadily climbed, with roughly 70,000 each in the months of October, November and December, according to US Customs and Border Protection statistics.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 19 January 2021 at 17:57
Look at how our enemies make a mockery of our border security.


Pink seesaws across US-Mexico border named Design of the Year 2020 | Design

www.theguardian.com (http://www.theguardian.com)

A collection of bright pink seesaws that allowed people to interact over the US-Mexico border has won the prestigious Design of the Year award, with its creators saying they hoped the work encourages people to build bridges between communities.


The Teeter Totter Wall, which bridged across El Paso in Texas and Ciudad Juárez in Mexico during a 40-minute session, was described as not only feeling “symbolically important” but also highlighting “the possibility of things” by the judging panel.

The creators of the seesaws, Ronald Rael, a professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and Virginia San Fratello, an associate professor of design at San José State University, first came up with the idea a decade ago after the Secure Fence Act 2006, which started large-scale building on the border.

They said they hoped the design would help people reassess the effectiveness of borders and encourage dialogue rather than division. San Fratello said: “I think it’s become increasingly clear with the recent events in our country that we don’t need to build walls we need to build bridges.”

A mother and her baby play on a seesaw installed between the steel fence that divides Mexico from the United States in Ciudad de Juarez, Mexico in 2019. Photograph: Christian Chavez/AP

“Walls don’t stop people from entering our Capitol,” Rael added. “Walls don’t stop viruses from moving. We have to think about how we can be connected and be together without hurting each other.”

Videos of people interacting and playing across the border on the day-glo creations went viral in July 2019, with Rael saying they provided “a literal fulcrum” between the countries. The bright pink colouring was inspired by the femicide memorials in Ciudad Juarez, which pay homage to women murdered in the city.

The designers also took inspiration from political cartoonists and wanted to talk about the border issue in “a very frank way but using humour”.

The border wall has become a legacy issue for Donald Trump, however the designers point out that both George W Bush and Barack Obama built large stretches of barriers and deported thousands of people.

Rael said: “[Trump] ran on a platform of saying that he was going to build a wall as if some Saviour had finally arrived to build a wall but in fact two thirds of the wall had already been constructed.”

In one of his last trips as President, Donald Trump visited part of the border wall in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley with his administration boasting about having kept the president’s promise to build a “big, beautiful wall”.

According to the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) more than 450 miles of wall had been erected during Trump’s tenure, however much of the construction replaced barriers that were already in place. The CBP stated that there were only 80 miles of barrier in areas which had previously had none.

The winning design saw off competition from more than 70 nominees, which included a 3D rendering of the virus causing Covid-19, Lee Ha Jun’s set design from Parasite, the Oscar-winning South Korean film, and the union flag stab-proof vest worn by Stormzy at Glastonbury 2019.

Awards were also given to six category winners with prizes recognising innovation in product, architecture, digital, fashion, graphics and transport.

The product award went to the vegan Impossible Burger 2.0, which was described as being crucially “beefier” than its 2016 predecessor, while the 3D rendering of the Covid-19 virus by Alissa Eckert and Dan Higgins took the graphics prize.

The vegan leather, gender neutral Telfar bag, which was described as being “the accessory of the decade” by Dazed, won the fashion prize with judges saying it was redefining “what luxury means”. Social Design Collaborative’s portable school design won the architecture prize, with the easily assembled, sustainably made Indian structure impressing the judges.

The Chilean feminist group Colectivo LASTESIS won the digital category with its protest against the use of sexual violence in the recent uprisings in the South American country. The artist Camille Walala said the work had been replicated by replicated by feminists in India, Kenya and Mexico.

The People’s Choice award was given to the brick arches made by protesters in Hong Kong, which were used to slow down police vehicles during the protests in 2019.
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Post by: Private on 20 January 2021 at 12:36

Migrant caravan member cites Biden’s pledge to suspend deportations for 100 days as reason for traveling to US

Biden promised pathway to legal permanent residency for those here illegally

By Bradford Betz | Fox News

Thousands of migrants headed to U.S. border in early challenge to Biden

Fox News host Pete Hegseth discusses the growing caravan of migrants heading to the U.S. southern border as Joe Biden prepares to take office.

A migrant traveling with a caravan that left Honduras on Friday told a reporter he was headed to the U.S. because soon-to-be President Joe Biden is "giving us 100 days to get to the U.S."

The migrant, seen in an interview shared by The Hill, did not provide his name but said he was from Roatán, a tourist island off the northern coast of Honduras.

He appeared to be citing Biden’s pledge to place a 100-day moratorium on deportations – one of several items on his agenda that will reverse some of President Donald Trump’s signature policies.


Incoming Biden administration to migrant caravan: Don't come, you won't get in immediately
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Post by: Private on 22 January 2021 at 01:54
Next step, open borders.


Border wall: Defense Department slams brakes on project as it reviews Biden order

cnn.com (http://cnn.com)

Over the last four years, billions of dollars had been put aside for additional barriers on the US-Mexico border, prompting a slew of lawsuits and pushback from environmentalists and Democratic lawmakers. Days from the end of his term, former President Donald Trump paid the wall a visit, citing it as an accomplishment of his administration.

The majority of the roughly 455 miles constructed during Trump's presidency replaced old, dilapidated barriers with a new enhanced wall system, a marked difference from the fencing previously constructed in some regions. Forty-nine miles have gone up where no barriers previously existed, according to the latest figures from US Customs and Border Protection.

"(Wednesday's) proclamation will likely result in what's called a suspension of work on the border wall," said Travis Sharp, a research fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. "During the suspension of work, the contractor must keep track of any additional expenses caused by the delay, so that the government can potentially reimburse those expenses later."

A federal judge in California has already directed the administration to provide an update on how the new executive order affects an ongoing border wall case.

The government has a long-standing authority to terminate contracts, though such actions can come with their own challenges and at a cost, according to contracting experts. There are costs incurred before construction starts, such as planning costs, land acquisitions and manufacturing expenses and pre-positioning equipment. If contracts are terminated, there may also be the need to pay costs associated with cleanup, demobilization and potentially restoration of land for safety and environmental reasons. The costs will ultimately depend on the size of the contract and how much of the project has been completed so far.

Former acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan acknowledged those challenges as the administration moved to strike additional contracts. "They could terminate those contracts if they want to, but that's going to be a very lengthy, messy process," Morgan said late last year.

Part of the obstacles facing the Biden administration has to do with cases seeking to seize private land for wall construction. To that end, Ricky Garza, a staff attorney at the Texas Civil Rights Project, a legal advocacy group representing landowners in land seizure cases, called the proclamation "disappointing."

"Biden as a candidate pledged not to build another foot, dismiss lawsuits. That's what a lot of us were counting on," Garza said. "There haven't been any new lawsuits, but in the 200-plus that exist, there's been a steady drumbeat that things are moving. ... It's as if nothing has changed."

In December, Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas sent a letter to Biden, along with other lawmakers, urging his team to immediately prioritize ending the national emergency declaration, dismissing land seizure lawsuits, terminating wall contracts and rescinding environmental waivers.

Cuellar expressed confidence in the proclamation released by the Biden White House Wednesday.

"That executive order is very important because it terminates the national emergency declaration that allowed Trump to grab money from other departments," Cuellar told CNN. "The President definitely has met my expectations and I'm very, very happy about that."
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Post by: Private on 23 January 2021 at 13:02
Under the Biden administration confrontations at our borders will become a more common occurrence.


Illegal attempt to cross U.S. border leads to scuffle

by Staff
Thursday, January 21st 2021

EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14/CBS4) — A group of migrants who attempted to enter the U.S. at an El Paso port of entry were stopped Thursday.

A small group consisting of four to six people tried to enter the U.S. at the Paso del Norte International Bridge from Juarez, Mexico, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials.

They said the group was stopped when Mexican officials took them into custody.

Video of the incident shows a man from Venezuela trying to push his way into the U.S. before Mexican authorities stepped in.

Man seen in a scuffle with Mexican authorities at Paso del Norte International Bridge on Thursday, January 21, 2021. (Credit: KINT)

According to our news partners, KINT, thousands of migrants from Central America, South America and the Caribbean have arrived in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico awaiting to enter the U.S. for their asylum process.

The Venezuelan was with his wife and two children when the scuffle happened.

The man told KINT he and his family arrived at the bridge Thursday and assumed they would be able to enter the U.S. with President Joe Biden now in office.

KINT reported that the bridge was closed temporarily Thursday afternoon.

Mexican authorities at this time are preventing migrants from crossing into the U.S.
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 24 January 2021 at 00:55
I still think the US needs to let these Hispanics earn their place if they wanna be American. Send them to remote Alaska to work hard first for 5 years. We’ll see how many can hack that? If they are no good there push them over the straight onto Russia’s door step!
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Post by: Private on 01 February 2021 at 14:22
Shoot first, question later should be the norm for any mud crossing the border. As I've said before, not only do we need the wall but the wall should have machine gun turrets built in.


US Border Patrol Agent Fatally Shoots Man Crossing Border Into Texas


The U.S. Customs and Border Protection says a Border Patrol agent fatally shot a man trying to cross the border into the United States in Hidalgo, Texas

Published January 30, 2021 • NBC 7

A man trying to enter the United States illegally at the Mexican border with Texas was fatally shot by a Border Patrol agent, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

The agent was investigating reports of people entering the U.S. illegally near the Hidalgo Port of Entry, about 230 miles south of San Antonio, when he shot the man while trying to arrest him Friday morning.

No names or other information was immediately released.

The agency says the man died later at a hospital and that the agent was not injured.

The shooting is being investigated by the CBP Office of Professional Responsibility, Department of Human Services Office of Inspector General, and the FBI, the agency said
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Post by: Private on 02 February 2021 at 12:21

Asylum Camp Swells at US-Mexico Border; Biden Aide Urges Patience

By Reuters
January 29, 2021 11:08 PM

A Guatemalan migrant and his son cross the Rio Grande natural border between El Paso, state of Texas, U.S., and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state, Mexico, in search of political asylum Jan. 26, 2021.

MEXICO CITY - The Biden administration is urging migrants trapped in Mexico under restrictions imposed by former U.S. President Donald Trump to be patient, even as the population of a refugee camp in northeastern Mexico begins to swell with hopeful asylum-seekers.

On Friday, a senior aide to U.S. President Joe Biden said the administration is working on a system to process the tens of thousands of asylum-seekers who have been forced to wait in Mexico under a Trump-era program.

"We're reviewing now how we can process the migrants who are already in this program," the aide, Roberta Jacobson, said on a call with reporters. "How to prioritize the people who were enrolled not only months but years ago, and above all, people who are the most vulnerable."

Jacobson said all of those waiting in Mexico under the program, officially known as Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), will have an opportunity to present asylum claims.

The protocols, in place since 2019, have pushed more than 65,000 asylum-seekers back into Mexico to wait for their U.S. court hearings. The Biden administration stopped adding people to MPP last week but has not yet outlined how it will process the claims of those already enrolled.

Advocates have documented the dangers they face while waiting, including rape and murder.

Jacobson promised that the administration would process people "in a much more rapid manner than in the past."

She asked asylum-seekers not to rush to the U.S. border, however, as it would not speed up the process.

"Please, wait," she said.

The population of a makeshift refugee camp in the Mexican border city of Matamoros, across the river from Brownsville, Texas, has been slowly swelling, migrants and aid workers say, despite attempts by Mexican authorities to control it.

"It's been growing because people think that if you're in the camp, you'll be able to enter (the United States) first," said Honduran asylum-seeker Oscar Borjas, who helps coordinate the camp. He estimated up to 800 people, including many women and children, are now living in the camp.

He and other camp residents welcomed Jacobson's comments.

"Everything is changing for the better," said Dairon Elisondo, an asylum-seeker and doctor from Cuba, who has been providing medical care to fellow migrants.
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Post by: Private on 05 February 2021 at 20:26
Looks like the catch and release program has started back up.


Border Patrol Releases More Migrants Into U.S. After Mexico Stops Taking Some Back

Influx of families in recent weeks fills holding facilities that have limited capacity because of Covid-19 precautions

By Alicia A. Caldwell and Jose de Cordoba
Feb. 4, 2021 2:23 pm ET

U.S. Border Patrol agents are increasingly releasing asylum-seeking families into the U.S. after Mexican authorities began refusing to take some families back in January, U.S. officials said.

In recent weeks, an influx of families arriving along parts of the border has filled some holding facilities, where capacity has been reduced in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Customs and Border Protection said in a statement.

“Per longstanding practice, when long-term holding solutions aren’t possible, some migrants will be processed for removal, provided a Notice to Appear, and released into the U.S. to await a future immigration hearing,” CBP said in a statement Thursday. CBP said the Biden administration will continue using what legal authorities it has to keep migrants out of crowded detention facilities during the pandemic
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Post by: Private on 06 February 2021 at 19:01
At this point our southern border is no more than an open door to the mud races of the world.


11 Iranians arrested in Arizona after jumping US-Mexico border

11 Iranian citizens were arrested after they crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona Monday

By Bradford Betz | Fox News

Border Patrol canines are getting back to work after their training classes were cancelled for months due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Typically handlers would head to the Canine Center in El Paso, Texas to pick up and train with their new dogs, but classes were cancelled after cases spiked in the area. Now they're holding them temporarily in Arizona.

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested 11 Iranian citizens after they crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona Monday evening.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents encountered the group near San Luis – a city in the southwest corner of Arizona – around 6 p.m. near County 21st Street and the Salinity Canal.

Agents determined the group had entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico. The group was arrested and taken into custody. The CBP said the group consisted of five females and six males, all from Iran.

The CBP said Yuma Sector agents regularly encounter people from all over the world crossing the border illegally, including people from "Special Interest Countries."

In the last few years, Border Patrol agents at the Yuma Sector have apprehended more illegal crossers from Iran than all other Border Patrol sectors combined. Since October, Yuma Sector agents have apprehended 14 Iranian nationals.

Fox News has reached out to CBP for comments on potential updates but did not hear back by the time of publication.

Enforcement efforts in California and Texas over the years have pushed migrants into dangerous terrain in Arizona.

Immigration scholars say they expect a wave of people from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador to try to cross the U.S.-Mexico border this year following a pair of disastrous hurricanes in Central America and with a Joe Biden administration after four years of hardline policies under President Donald Trump.

"Heading north will continue to be seen as an option," Andrew Selee, president of the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute, wrote in Novembe

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Post by: Private on 11 February 2021 at 12:34
They claim that the White House is  warning the mud races not to came but Joe "Race Traitor" Biden's  actions/words portray a different story.

The browning of America equals White Genocide


U.S. border agents report rise in crossings by families and children as White House warns migrants not to come


The number of migrant families with children and unaccompanied minors apprehended by U.S. agents along the southern border increased last month, testing the current pandemic-era capacity to process them, according to government data published Wednesday.

Adult migrants traveling without children, however, continued to make up the bulk of those apprehended by U.S. authorities and most were swiftly expelled to Mexico under a Trump-era emergency edict issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Out of 78,000 arrests in January, nearly 65,000 involved single adults.

Customs and Border Protection reported detaining nearly 5,900 unaccompanied minors and making 7,500 apprehensions of parents and children traveling together in January. In December, U.S. officials made fewer than 4,700 apprehensions of families and nearly 5,000 of unaccompanied children.

The apprehensions of unaccompanied children are the highest since July 2019, while the interdictions of families are the highest since January 2020. However, these numbers continue to be well-below the historic highs of May 2019, when more than 88,000 parents and children and 11,000 unaccompanied minors were detained along the U.S.-Mexico border.

While total apprehensions increased by six percent in January from December, it's unclear whether the uptick is a sign of a potential steady increase in migration to the U.S. southern border, since many migrant adults are being expelled to Mexico more than once, inflating the number of detentions.

CBP said 38% of arrests along the southern border since March involved migrants who had been previously detained. During a call with reporters on Wednesday, a senior Department of Homeland Security official said the so-called recidivism rate could "overstate the migration pressures at the border."

In addition to 59,000 expulsions of single adults in January, 4,700 migrants traveling as families were expelled under the CDC order. Instead of being given a notice to appear in court or an asylum interview, these migrants are expelled to Mexico or to their home countries.
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Post by: Private on 17 February 2021 at 11:30

Border agency reports spike of nearly 6,000 immigrant children crossing into US alone | US immigration


Thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children are attempting to flee to the United States amid the coronavirus pandemic, propelled by devastating natural disasters, chronic violence, and severe economic hardship at home.

US Customs and Border Protection encountered 5,871 kids at the south-west border without a parent or legal guardian last month, the largest influx yet since the start of the public health crisis in early 2020.

That sudden spike is still relatively modest compared to huge figures from fiscal year 2019, when Border Patrol apprehended more than 76,000 unaccompanied children, a trend that reached its zenith that spring.

But unlike in past years, the Office of Refugee Resettlement – which cares for those kids – has had to slash its housing capacity nearly in half in light of Covid-19. And, with nearly 5,700 of 7,100 total beds already accounted for, ORR is preparing to resurrect a controversial influx facility to create space.

“Even though the numbers of children in custody are still relatively low by historical standards,” the lack of available shelter beds is cause for concern, warned Mark Greenberg, director of the Human Services Initiative at the Migration Policy Institute.

Greenberg added: “If we return to the levels that had been experienced in all recent years except 2020, it will pose a significant challenge because of Covid.”

Tens of thousands of asylum seekers in Mexico to be allowed into US under Biden plan

As more migrants attempt the arduous journey across the US-Mexico border, CBP officials are citing push factors such as “underlying crime and instability” in their countries of origin and “inaccurate perceptions of shifts in immigration and border security policies”.

Before taking office, Joe Biden’s administration warned that its comparatively pro-immigrant agenda would not translate to an immediate shift at the border. On Wednesday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki reiterated that, despite rare exceptions, the vast majority of migrants are still being turned away.

“Now is not the time to come,” she said.

Since 2014, a flood of immigrant children and families largely from Central America’s Northern Triangle have made their way to the US, many in search of refuge from a crush of gang-related violence, poverty and persecution. Between fiscal year 2013 and 2014, CBP apprehensions of unaccompanied children at the south-west border surged by 77%, while apprehensions for families more than quadrupled.

That significant change heralded a new era in US border migration, defined by asylum seekers and other vulnerable populations. In response to the humanitarian crisis, former president Donald Trump devised hard-line tactics to try to deter Central Americans and others from seeking protection in the US, then used Covid-19 as a rationale to effectively shutter the border altogether to defenseless migrants.

Under the guise of public health, the Trump administration subjected hundreds of thousands of people – and at least 13,000 unaccompanied children, according to the ACLU – to rapid expulsion from the US without due process during the pandemic.

A federal judge eventually blocked the US government from applying that policy to unaccompanied minors, and Biden has said he will not resume expulsions for kids who show up without a parent or guardian, according to CBS News.

But amid the border closure, children unable to safely enter US custody have turned to perilous border crossings, said Erika Pinheiro, policy and litigation director at Al Otro Lado.

“They suffer so much,” she said. “And the fact that the US government forces them to suffer more is really hurtful to think about.”

In an elaborate game of telephone, news articles about immigration enforcement in the US and Mexico have gotten distorted in the foreign press, then exploited by smugglers, who have every incentive to spread rumors encouraging people to cross the border.

“There’s sort of like one message that comes out of the news. It gets repeated down here, maybe not completely accurately, and then the smugglers really capitalize on that, too. So it sort of builds on itself,” Pinheiro said.

As the number of unaccompanied children encountered by border enforcement increases to levels not seen since the summer of 2019, ORR is preparing to reactivate a temporary influx care facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, that will initially be able to house about 700 kids.

New Texas child detention center is clean and bright – but it's still a jail

The remote Carrizo Springs facility was opened in July, 2019, but closed in a few short weeks.

ORR said officials anticipate “the need to start placing children at Carrizo Springs in 15 days or soon after”, a move that has alarmed some advocates.

“There’s no reason to warehouse these children in these potentially dangerous facilities,” Linda Brandmiller, an immigration attorney in San Antonio, told USA Today.

Unaccompanied kids have been arriving primarily from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras in recent years. The vast majority are teenagers.

“In a substantial number of cases, they are fleeing for their lives,” Greenberg said. “But whether that will allow them to qualify for asylum will depend upon how asylum policies are now changed.”
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Post by: Private on 27 February 2021 at 23:06
The browning of America continues as the mud races send their children with the hope's of chain migration. Until the White Race wakes up and puts a stop to the the deadly immigration laws, the Genocide will only escalate.

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Surge of 13,000 Central American minors to US border expected in May


Customs and Border Protection officials are bracing for as many as 13,000 unaccompanied children crossing into the U.S. in May, according to a report.

"We’re seeing the highest February numbers that we’ve ever seen in the history of the [Unaccompanied Alien Child] program," a Health and Human Services official told Axios.

The record surge of migrant kids will require a continued expansion of the country’s network of migrant-child shelters, where capacity has already been reduced due to coronavirus social-distancing protocols, the report said.

HHS is working with the Pentagon on securing space on military bases, where overflows of migrants were housed in tent-like structures during 2014 and 2019, the report said.

One aim expressed by Jonathan White, a top HHS career official, was preventing migrant kids from waiting out their immigration claims in unfit CBP holding cells

CBP warned top administration officials of the peak May numbers during a telephone meeting on Thursday involving senior-level officials with HHS, Homeland Security and the State Department, Axios said.

During the meeting, officials also discussed investing in Central American countries in ways that could help stem the conditions that cause migrants to flee, Axios said.

There was no talk of reinstating the Trump administration’s use of emergency health orders to quickly deport migrant minors.

The Biden administration came under fire this week for reopening some of the same border facilities that President Donald Trump had been criticized for using by many Democrats, including President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has complained about the recent reopening of an emergency facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, and of a notorious child-holding facility in Homestead, Fla.

The Texas facility will hold up to 700 kids ages 13 to 17 while their immigration claims are processed.

"Our goal is for them to then be transferred to families or sponsors," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said of the facilities.

But until that can happen, "this is our effort to ensure that kids are not in close proximity and that we are abiding by the health and safety standards that the government has been set out."
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 February 2021 at 03:38
Well here's what we have ...
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 28 February 2021 at 03:40
Well here's what you have.
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Post by: Private on 06 March 2021 at 11:41

U.S. detained nearly 100,000 migrants at Mexico border in February, sources say


By Frank Jack Daniel, Ted Hesson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. border agents detained nearly 100,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in February, according to two people familiar with preliminary figures, the highest monthly total since a major border surge in mid-2019.

The figures, which have not been previously reported, show the scope of a growing migrant influx at the southwest border as U.S. President Joe Biden, a Democrat, seeks to roll back some of the restrictive policies of former President Donald Trump, a Republican. February was Biden’s first full month in office.

Last month’s total would represent the highest tally for the month of February since 2006. The sources who provided the figures to Reuters spoke on the condition of anonymity.

An increasing number of children arriving at the border without a parent or legal guardian has forced U.S. officials in recent weeks to scramble for housing options and take steps to speed up their release to sponsors in the United States.

The nearly 100,000 migrants detained at the border in February represent an increase over a figure of 78,000 in January. February’s total appears to be the highest monthly number since June 2019 during a large border surge that Trump cited as justification for a broad immigration crackdown.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokeswoman said official statistics for last month likely will be released next week.

U.S. Border Patrol agents caught more than 4,500 migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in a single day on Wednesday, according to government figures shared with Reuters, a sign that illegal entries could continue to rise in March.

Republicans have criticized Biden for rolling back Trump’s hardline immigration policies, saying the shift will lead to more illegal immigration.

Kevin McCarthy, the top Republican in the House of Representatives, sent a letter to Biden on Friday that requested a meeting to discuss the issue, saying he had “great concern” with the administration’s approach to border.

“We must acknowledge the border crisis, develop a plan, and, in no uncertain terms, strongly discourage individuals from Mexico and Central America from ever making the dangerous journey to our southern border,” McCarthy wrote in the letter.

The recidivism rate among migrants attempting to cross the border illegally increased over the past year under a Trump-era policy known as Title 42. That policy, issued on public health grounds amid the coronavirus pandemic, allowed U.S. authorities to rapidly expel migrants caught crossing. In some cases, migrants attempt to cross the border again.

Biden exempted unaccompanied children from the policy in February.

Reporting by Frank Jack Daniel in Mexico City and Ted Hesson in Washington; Additional reporting by Patricia Zengerle in Washington; Editing by Ross Colvin, Will Dunham and Marguerita Choy
Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 10 March 2021 at 17:38
No real surprise.  Joe "race traitor" Biden has been looking forward to the browning of America for years.


ICE arrests and deportations plummet under Biden after administration limits enforcement


Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests and deportations have dropped under President Biden for the month of February after he issued new rules for the agency.

ICE apprehensions fell 60%, and the number of deportations dropped by a similar amount compared to the last three months of the Trump administration, according to the Washington Post, which obtained statistics from the government body. The data follows guidance from the president that mandated ICE officers seek approval from senior leadership before deporting anyone that has not crossed the border recently.

Biden's policy also requires the agency to focus only on "threats to national security" and other more serious offenders.

“By focusing our limited resources on cases that present threats to national security, border security, and public safety, our agency will more ably and effectively execute its law enforcement mission,” ICE acting Director Tae Johnson said of the rules, which will be in effect for the next two months. “We must prioritize our efforts to achieve the greatest security and safety impact.”

Biden instituted a 100-day freeze on all deportations, but the move was blocked by a federal judge. The ruling was obtained after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the administration due to an alleged violation of an agreement that Texas, along with other states, had with the Department of Homeland Security before former President Donald Trump departed the White House.

The agreement, which was made shortly before Biden's inauguration, mandated that DHS consult with states and local jurisdictions before overhauling immigration policies.

"On its first day in office, the Biden Administration cast aside congressionally enacted immigration laws and suspended the removal of illegal aliens whose removal is compelled by those very laws," a complaint read. "In doing so, it ignored basic constitutional principles and violated its written pledge to work cooperatively with the State of Texas to address shared immigration enforcement concerns."

In addition to Paxton's lawsuit, Arizona and Montana filed suits against Biden's Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday over the new ICE rules and the deportation moratorium.

"Although the moratorium in the Memorandum is purportedly for 100 days, and in the Interim Guidance for 90 days, no apparent limiting factor is explained: if this action is permitted to stand, DHS could re-assert this suspension power for a longer period or even indefinitely, thus allowing the current Administration to unilaterally amend the immigration laws as applied to the vast majority of the removable or inadmissible aliens in this country without the required congressional act," the pair of states wrote in a complaint. "The Constitution and controlling statutes prevent such a seismic change to this country’s immigration laws by mere memorandum."

Title: Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
Post by: Private on 11 March 2021 at 09:58
Great article Brother , joe potatoe head biden has all his mud supporters turning up at the border with joe biden let us in t shirts , it'll change the demographics of america which is what he wants a whole new supporter base , look back at the  70s when that scumbag met with marxists in south africa and supported those terrorists . Mr I can't string a sentence together yet I'm president biden . 23 R
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Post by: Private on 12 March 2021 at 03:38

US-Mexico border surge sees almost 30,000 unaccompanied kids cross in


Statistics released Wednesday by US border officials reveal that the surge of children at the US-Mexico border is worse than previously reported — with nearly 30,000 unaccompanied minors crossing the border in a single month.

The one-month total in February is nearly as high as the count of unaccompanied minors in the entire year of 2020 and is five times higher than the 5,871 unaccompanied minors in January, which itself was an increase from 4,995 in December.

The figures reveal the scale of the crisis, as the Biden administration relaxes COVID-19 rules on physical spacing in youth shelters after opening two overflow facilities for minors.

The White House has been on the defensive for weeks over whether President Biden’s decision to relax Trump-era border policies created a “pull” factor for migrants, sparking the new border crisis.

In February, 29,792 unaccompanied children crossed the border without their parents, of whom 2,942 were under age 12, according to US Customs and Border Protection.

The overall number of people apprehended along the Mexican border increased to more than 100,000 in February, a 28 percent increase from January. In February, 72,113 people were deported, CBP said.

Last month, Biden terminated former President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy that required Central American asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while US courts reviewed their claims — though so far just 1,500 of about 71,000 migrants in that program have been allowed into the US, according to CBP’s Wednesday release.

Data on the scale of the migration surge has been elusive, but a widely cited report previously said 2,220 unaccompanied minors were crossing the border each week in February.

A crisis Biden wants to happen

The Biden administration has thrown open our southern border to...

Biden administration officials have struggled with messaging on its immigration stance. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said all unaccompanied minors will be allowed into the US, but also that now is not the right time to come. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that “loving parents” are sending 9-year-old children alone on the treacherous trip.

Coordinator for the southern border Roberta Jacobson conceded at a White House press briefing Wednesday that the administration’s messaging is fueling the crisis.

“When you look at the issue of mixed messages, it is difficult at times to convey both hope in the future and the danger that is now,” Jacobson said.

“We’ve seen surges before. Surges tend to respond to hope,” she said. “There was a significant hope for a more humane policy after four years of pent-up demand.

“I don’t know whether I would call that a coincidence, but I certainly think that the idea that a more humane policy would be in place may have driven people to make that decision,” she continued.

Shortly after taking office, Biden halted construction of his predecessor’s Mexico border wall and issued an order affirming the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which gives work permits and protection from deportation to people brought illegally to the US as minors.

Biden also proposed legislation that would create a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the US. Republicans say that the possibility of US citizenship is drawing increased illegal migration.

House Democrats plan votes this month on bills that would offer legal status to farmworkers who currently lack government permission to work and to allow a path to citizenship to people brought illegally to the US as children.
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Border Patrol in Rio Grande Valley considering releasing illegal crossers into US without court date


EXCLUSIVE: Fox News has learned from a senior source with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that a plan is under consideration for Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector (RGV) to begin releasing illegal border crossers who claim asylum without issuing a Notice to Appear (NTA) - meaning they will depart custody without a court date.

Such a decision would be unprecedented if enacted and would place the responsibility of seeking an asylum hearing on the migrants through Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or legal assistance.

The source says the reasoning for the decision is that the situation has "become so dire that BP [Border Patrol] has no choice but to release people nearly immediately after apprehension because there is no space to hold people even to do necessary NTA paperwork."

The process of issuing each migrant an NTA can take hours per individual or family. This would not apply to unaccompanied minors.

The RGV, based in Texas, is ground zero for the surge in border crossings and is more than 700% overcapacity. 

When migrants are released in the RGV, Border Patrol usually coordinates it with Sister Norma Pimentel and her Catholic Humanitarian Respite Center. Pimentel tells Fox News that she is aware and is "coordinating her response."

The controversial move allegedly on the table comes as the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is working to open another facility for unaccompanied child migrants in Pecos, Texas, the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) announced Saturday. 

The Temporary Influx Care Facility would house at least 500 unaccompanied minors to start, with the capacity to house 2,000 children. 

"While ORR has worked to build up its licensed bed capacity to almost 13,500 beds, additional capacity is urgently needed to manage both enhanced COVID-19 mitigation strategies and the increasing numbers of UC referrals from DHS," an ORR spokesperson said. 

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) chief Alejandro Mayorkas said last week that border crossings were on track to be the highest in 20 years. 

CBP announced it had encountered more than 100,000 migrants at the border in February, while numbers of child migrants in custody have also increased dramatically. The Biden administration has been moving to increase capacity of facilities to house migrants, and building a number of extra facilities — including looking at NASA sites and military bases.

"We are on pace to encounter more individuals on the southwest border than we have in the last 20 years," Mayorkas said, although he later added that the situation is "not new" and noted the U.S. has faced border spikes before.

On Friday, The Washington Post reported that the Biden administration is considering flying migrants to states near the Canadian border for processing. 

CBP requested the plane support from ICE on Friday after 1,000 migrant families and unaccompanied minors crossed the Rio Grande into South Texas on Friday morning, Homeland Security officials told The Washington Post. Border agents reportedly still had another 1,000 migrants they were unable to process Thursday night. 

The backups at CBP are exacerbated by the nearly 4,500 unaccompanied children being held in detention centers and tent sites at the border, many beyond the legal three-day limit.

During the record 2019 border surge under President Trump, ICE flew migrants to other border sectors with the capacity to hold them. 

Fox News has reached out to multiple DHS officials before publishing this story.

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Post by: Private on 23 March 2021 at 05:12
Mexico Deploys 8700 Troops to Cut Migrant Traffic to U.S. Border

ILDEFONSO ORTIZ, BRANDON DARBY and GERALD TONY ARANDA | Breitbart (https://www.breitbart.com/) (USA) | 23 March 2021


Mexico deployed 8,715 soldiers to stop the flow of migrants to the U.S. border, according to new federal disclosures. The move comes as U.S. immigration authorities struggle to absorb the rising number of Central American migrants entering that country.

During a news conference, Secretary of Defense Luis Cresencio Sandoval said the military set up 347 immigration checkpoints in Mexico along three main routes (Gulf, Center, Pacific). According to Sandoval, military forces had already “rescued” 12,905 migrants in March. Sandoval did not specify if the migrants were simply apprehended or if they were being held involuntarily by human smuggling organizations.

Sandoval’s announcement comes at the same time that U.S. President Joe Biden announced a diplomatic delegation to Mexico to discuss the ongoing immigration crisis.

After experiencing the start of a surge in migrants, Mexico deployed close to 1,000 National Guardsmen and members of the National Immigration Institute to its southern border in January. That move has proven largely inconsequential since migrants continue to reach Mexican northern states like Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon. In recent weeks, authorities in Mexico raided hotels and stash houses. Officials also stopped large groups of migrants stuffed in tractor-trailers.





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Post by: Private on 23 March 2021 at 19:36
Race Traitor Biden now tells the illegal muds not to come yet, but his actions/policies show his true plan to escalate the browning of America.


Biden administration weighs flying migrants to Canadian border as surge grows

By Steven Nelson
March 19, 2021 | 6:01pm | Updated

The Biden administration is considering flying migrants who illegally cross the US-Mexico border to near the US-Canada border for processing as a way to ease pressure on overwhelmed facilities in Texas, according to a new report.

The tactic is under consideration amid a surge in border crossings that critics blame on President Biden’s policies and reform legislation that would create a path to citizenship for most illegal immigrants.

Two Department of Homeland Security officials told the Washington Post that the administration is considering air lifts to the northern border due to large numbers of unaccompanied children and families crossing in the south.

Officials told the Washington Post that on Friday morning 1,000 people who were either unaccompanied minors or in family units crossed the Rio Grande into Texas, and that another 1,000 still were awaiting processing from Thursday night.

The Biden administration has been using a Trump-era COVID-19 policy to expel most single adults, but has said that all unaccompanied children will be admitted at least temporarily and that families only will be expelled if Mexico has room to house them.

The new figures suggest an increasing crisis.

Along the length of the US-Mexico border in February, there were 29,792 children detained without their parents — about five times more than in January — of whom 2,942 were under age 12, according to US Customs and Border Protection.

The overall number of people apprehended along the Mexican border increased to more than 100,000 in February, a 28 percent jump from January.

Democratic leaders on Friday insisted that the border situation was “under control” as Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas traveled to the southern border to inspect facilities. Mayorkas’ trip was closed to the press.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said that “I think that the administration is pulling this thing under control,” while also acknowledging that the Biden administration has changed some policies, such as no longer expelling minors.

“In the spring, more people do come, so there will be more as there are now,” Pelosi said at a Friday press conference.

“The Biden administration has this under control. It will take some — it is change and it will take some time. But it is values-based, humanitarian in its aspects and pragmatic with a plan to get things done.”

On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed bills that would create a path to citizenship for up to half of the estimated illegal immigrants in the US, including farmworkers and children who arrived as minors. Many Republicans said the bills create new “pull” factors for migration.

Last month, Biden terminated Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy that required Central American asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while US courts reviewed their claims.

Biden halted construction of his predecessor’s Mexico border wall and issued an order affirming the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which gives work permits and protection from deportation to people brought illegally to the US as minors

Biden also proposed legislation to create a path to citizenship for nearly all of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the US. On Thursday, Biden tweeted that he wanted Congress to pass legislation to that would “legalize the undocumented population in the United States.”

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Post by: Private on 25 March 2021 at 01:05
Border problems all but solved now, with camel-face Harris on the job. Get ready for the sh!t show Brothers and Sisters.


Vice President Harris will oversee effort to resolve problems at U.S.-Mexico border


Eric Baradat | AFP | Getty Images

President Joe Biden, whose administration is grappling with overcrowding at migrant facilities on the southern border, tasked Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday with leading efforts to coordinate with Mexico and the Central American nations of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.


The assignment marks Harris’ first major policy role since she was sworn in in January.

“I can think of nobody who is better qualified to do this” than Harris, the president said at the White House. “When she speaks, she speaks for me, doesn’t have to check with me.”

The vice president will work to stem the flow of people coming to the border, thousands of whom are unaccompanied children. Biden, among other reversals of Trump-era immigration policies, ended the prior administration’s practice of expelling unaccompanied minors.

But the recent increase in migrants has quickly overwhelmed border patrol stations and processing facilities, which are grappling with backlogs and overcrowding.

Harris this week called the situation at the border “a huge problem.”

The Big Lie

“The surge we’re dealing with now started [with] the last administration, but it’s our responsibility to deal with it humanely and to stop what’s happening,” Biden said Wednesday. “This increase has been consequential.”

He said that Harris has “agreed to lead our diplomatic effort and work with those nations to accept [returning migrants] and enhance migration enforcement at their borders.”

Harris thanked Biden for his “confidence.”

“The work will not be easy, but it is important work,” she said. “It is work that we demand and the people of our countries, I believe, need to help stem the tide that we have seen.”

Beyond the short-term challenges, Harris will work to strengthen diplomatic ties with Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala to address the root causes of the region’s migrant problems, senior administration officials said.

She also plans to coordinate with international organizations and private-sector entities as part of her efforts, the officials said.

Harris spoke Wednesday with Ricardo Zuniga, Biden’s new special envoy for the Northern Triangle, and will work closely with him, they said. The Northern Triangle refers to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.

At the White House, Biden said that Harris’ prior experience as attorney general of California made her well-suited for this new responsibility.

Still, he acknowledged to Harris that “I gave you a tough job.”
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Post by: Private on 25 March 2021 at 02:51
The reason it doesn't have to check with Biden is because it is the president. That's why Biden keeps referring to it as The President.


Quote from: Private
Biden spoke of 'serious spikes' in people heading to southern border, saying it went back to the Trump administration.

'What happened was we found that there were serious spike in the number of people heading to the southern border,' he said.

'They were coming north and we did nothing to do much about it. There's no surge we're dealing with now started with the last administration. It's our responsibility to deal with it humanely and to stop what's happening. This increase has been consequential but the vice president agreed among other things and I appreciate it,' he said.
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Post by: Private on 01 April 2021 at 12:43
The million number is ridiculous but the real numbers to be concerned about is never mentioned. The numbers that should be talked about is the amount of muds allowed into our country through the catch and release program or the muds that sneak across the borders that go undetected.


More than a million migrants expected at U.S.-Mexico border this year

By Ted Hesson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A top U.S. border official said on Tuesday he expects more than a million migrants will arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border this year, a sign of a growing humanitarian challenge for President Joe Biden on the southwest border.

If the figures reach 1 million, it could mirror a similar increase in border crossings in 2019 during Donald Trump's presidency, when nearly 978,000 migrants were taken into custody.

Border Patrol arrested about 100,000 migrants in February, the most in a month since mid-2019. More migrants typically cross between April and June, Raul Ortiz, deputy chief of the U.S. Border Patrol, told reporters.

"We're already starting to see some higher days of 6,000-plus apprehensions," Ortiz said. "So I fully expect our border patrol agents to encounter over a million people this year."

The Biden administration allowed several reporters to interview border officials and tour a crowded migrant processing facility in Donna, Texas, on Tuesday following growing demands from news outlets for more access. The footage was shared with Reuters and other outlets.

The Donna facility is holding 4,100 migrants, most of whom are unaccompanied minors, according to a pool report, four times its pre-COVID capacity.

More than 2,000 unaccompanied migrant children have been held there for longer than a legal limit of 72 hours, Border Patrol official Oscar Escamilla said. Of those, 39 children had been stuck in the tent facility for more than 15 days as they await placement in a shelter overseen by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

"It's out of my hands," he told reporters. "For whatever reason, they have fallen through the system or through the cracks."

The HHS refugee office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Tens of thousands of Central American migrants have trekked to the U.S.-Mexico border in recent months. The increase is driven by poor economic conditions in the region, the effects of devastating hurricanes last year, and hope among migrants that they will be allowed to remain in the United States as Biden reverses some of Trump's restrictive immigration policies.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a written statement that federal officials were "working around the clock" to quickly move children out of the packed border facilities.

During the tour of the Donna facility, reporters visited an area for young children, who sat inside a playpen, used coloring books and watched a movie.

The children, as young as 3 years old, also sleep in the area, Escamilla said, since other areas for unaccompanied children were too crowded.

Escamilla said one young girl told him she did not know the U.S. state to which she was traveling, just that "it snows there." He said another girl had lost the phone number of a contact in the United States.

In video footage from inside the facility, children were crowded into plastic-walled "pods," laying on floor mats and covered with Mylar blankets. Other footage showed shelves stocked with snack bars, diapers and baby bottles.

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Post by: Private on 05 April 2021 at 21:40

Nearly 19,000 unaccompanied children anchors entered U.S. border custody in March — an all-time high


Nearly 19,000 unaccompanied children entered U.S. custody along the southern border in March, an all-time monthly high that has forced the Biden administration to house migrant teenagers in convention centers, camps for oil workers and a military base, according to preliminary government data provided to CBS News.

The historic number eclipses previous record-high migration flows of Central American teenagers and children that strained the government's border processing capacity under Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump in 2014 and 2019, respectively. The previous all-time monthly high came in May 2019, when nearly 12,000 unaccompanied children arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border.

U.S. agents along the southern border carried out approximately 170,000 total apprehensions in March — a 70% increase from the previous month. Nearly 100,000 of those taken into custody were single adults, whom U.S. border officials have continued to swiftly expel to Mexico or their home countries under a public health authority first invoked by the Trump administration.

More than 53,000 migrant parents and children traveling as families were also taken into Customs and Border Protection (CBP) custody, a more than 175% increase from February. While it is unclear how many families were expelled under the Trump-era public health edict, preliminary data obtained by CBS News showed that most parents and children encountered in March were being allowed to stay in the U.S. while their cases are reviewed.

U.S. border officials have not been expelling unaccompanied children since November 2020, when a federal judge barred the policy, saying it likely violated public health law and the legal protections Congress created for these minors. The Trump administration expelled more than 15,000 unaccompanied children, including victims of gang and domestic violence, before the federal judge's ruling.

After an appeals court lifted the judge's order in late January, the Biden administration formally protected unaccompanied minors from the rapid expulsions, which the U.S. government has said are designed to curb the spread of COVID-19 inside detention facilities and border communities.

Federal law requires border agents to transfer non-Mexican unaccompanied children to the Department of Health and Human Services' refugee office within three days of encountering them. But the record number of children crossing the southern border and the U.S. government's limited infrastructure to process them has forced border officials to keep minors in overcrowded and often jail-like facilities.
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Post by: Private on 06 April 2021 at 00:29
It isn't only the Spanish speaking muds you have to worry about by Joe "race traitor" Biden's, The browing of America policy


Two Yemenis on Terror Watchlist Arrested Trying to Cross US-Mexico Border

By Reuters
April 05, 2021

U.S. border agents in recent months arrested two Yemeni men on a terror watchlist in separate incidents as they crossed the border with Mexico illegally, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced Monday.


The men, arrested in January and March near a port of entry in California, were on a U.S. government watchlist for terrorism suspects and a no-fly list, CBP said in a press release.

A group of Republican lawmakers that visited the border in El Paso, Texas, in March said border agents told them during the trip that some people caught crossing the border were on a U.S. terrorism watchlist. Republicans have criticized President Joe Biden for easing some restrictions put in place by former President Donald Trump as the number of border crossings has risen in recent months.

One of the men, age 33, was arrested January 29 after allegedly attempting to cross the border illegally near a port of entry in Calexico, California, CBP said.

Border agents found a mobile phone SIM card beneath the insole of the man's shoe, the agency said.

The second man, age 26, was arrested March 30 in the same vicinity.

A CBP spokesman said in a written statement that it is very uncommon for border agents to encounter people suspected of terrorism at U.S. borders and that the arrests underscore the agency's critical vetting efforts.

The agency did not provide the names of the men.

The watchlist is maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Terrorism Screening Center. The list contains "the identities of those who are known or reasonably suspected of being involved in terrorist activities," according to the FBI.
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Post by: Private on 24 April 2021 at 12:26
As Joe "Race Traitor" Biden claims to be working on border security and illegal immigration, his actions and policies show his true intentions to escalate the browning of America. 


Amid border surge, DHS planning to increase number of migrants released into US


EXCLUSIVE: In the latest move by the Biden administration to cope with a border crisis that has overwhelmed authorities, the Department of Homeland Security is looking to increase the number of migrants allowed to be released into the U.S. via an alternative to the detention program.

Internal DHS communications reviewed by Fox News show that the department is developing plans to make the Alternatives to Detention (ATD) program more efficient, because increasing the number of migrants enrolled in the program is becoming a priority for the department.

The ATD program, which started in 2004, involves varying degrees of supervision for people who are going through immigration proceedings and do not have legal status. According to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement website, ATD can include methods from check-ins at local ICE centers to GPS monitoring and home visits, depending on the immigrant and their background, criminal history and other factors.

"The Biden administration has made it clear that the border is not open," a DHS spokesperson told Fox News. "Our policy is to expel single adults and families. In situations where individuals cannot be expelled, they are placed into removal proceedings and a custody determination is made, which could result in an Alternative to Detention program."

The communications reviewed by Fox News indicate that DHS will be engaging in discussions with ICE to make plans for what will be required. But migrants have recently been released without Notices to Appear in court, just notices to appear at their local ICE offices.

The Biden administration has been facing a dramatic surge in migrants at the border, with more than 172,000 encounters in March alone -- including a historic number of unaccompanied children.

While many family units and single adults are being expelled via Title 42 health protections – which allow the U.S. to remove migrants, often within hours, due to the COVID-19 pandemic – Mexico has refused to take family units with tender-age children and the Biden administration is not applying Title 42 to unaccompanied children.

This has led to a number of migrant families being released into the U.S., a move which has sparked significant pushback from Republicans — they blame the Biden administration for fueling the crisis by rolling back Trump-era policies like the Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP.)

The administration has described the situation as a "challenge" and has emphasized that Title 42 is being applied to most migrants encountered at the border, while blaming the Trump administration for dismantling legal migration pathways to asylum and implementing what it describes as cruel immigration policies.

Increasing ATD enrollments is one of a number of developments the administration has taken. Fox News confirmed on Thursday that Health and Human Services (HHS) is paying for adult sponsors to travel to collect unaccompanied children. Meanwhile, ICE is using hotels to temporarily shelter migrant families.
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Post by: Private on 25 April 2021 at 21:35
colored migration is White genocide!


Video shows 3 adults, 2 children lowered down 30-foot border wall by rope in California


Video shows 3 adults, 2 children lowered down 30-foot border wall by rope in California


Shocking video shows smugglers lower a 2-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy down by a rope over a 30-foot section of the U.S.-Mexico border wall early Thursday.

Around 3:15 a.m., Customs and Border Protection cameras observed a total of three adults and two children going over the wall 3 miles west of the Calexico West Port of Entry, CBP officials stated.

The footage shows a man being lowered down the border wall with a rope followed by another man with a "small child clinging on to his back," CBP said. A third adult, a woman, holding onto another child was then lowered by the smugglers, CBP officials said in a press release.

The CBP camera operators saw three smugglers provide a ladder to climb the fence on the Mexican side of the wall and a rope that was used to lower each adult down the border wall into the U.S.

"Smugglers often use this tactic to minimize their own risk of injury," Chief Patrol Agent Gregory K. Bovino said in a statement. "They are willing to put others in jeopardy, including children, even when they won't risk themselves."

Agents took the three adults and two children into custody and they were transported to the El Centro Station Processing Center, officials said. Agents determined that the children and their 32-year-old mother were all undocumented individuals from Venezuela, CBP said.

The other two adults were a 28-year-old man and a 31-year-old man, both undocumented individuals from Venezuela who had no relation to the mother and children. CBP shared a photo that appears to show the mother with the two children.

"These heartless, greedy smugglers continue to endanger the lives of undocumented individuals for money," Bovino said. "We were lucky that the mother and her two children, as well as the other two men, were not dropped from the 30-foot border wall."

Earlier this month, disturbing video emerged showing smugglers dropping two children — a 5-year-old girl and a 3-year old girl -- from a 14-foot border fence into the U.S.

A border agent captured that incident on cellphone video camera using night-vision technology showing the two unaccompanied migrant children, sisters from Ecuador, being dropped over the wall near Santa Teresa, New Mexico.

The girls were both "alert" when agents found them, CBP said at the time.

Those girls were reunited with their with their parents in New York City on April 17, Ecuador's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility told ABC News.

A steadily rising flow of migrants trekking north from Central America has sparked a humanitarian crisis near the U.S.-Mexico border, posing an early challenge to the Biden administration.

As of Friday, the U.S. Department Health and Human Services reported there were 23,444 children in CBP custody and Department of Health and Human Services care.
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Post by: Private 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.


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


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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Post by: Private on 05 May 2021 at 22:30

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


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.