Biden's planned, purposeful invasion at the border a national security threat

OldSoulon

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Only a dip$chit like yourself would fail to understand immigration and working class. Somewhere, down your weak lineage was an immigrant willing to take a job. There was even another y2h several generations removed trying to stop em.

Same old story.
Legal immigration is fine.

ILLEGAL is where there's a problem.
 
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y2h

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Only a dip$chit like yourself would fail to understand immigration and working class. Somewhere, down your weak lineage was an immigrant willing to take a job. There was even another y2h several generations removed trying to stop em.

Same old story.
Only a fool would fail to understand legal vs illegal immigration. There is a process to enter this country, wandered across the border isnt it.
 

y2h

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There was a labor shortage before covid you heal. It blows your narrative up. How many times does this have to be said on the same thread before a partisan regurgitator like yourself understands.
No there wasnt.

We didnt have shortages. Reduced hours. Business forced to offer inflation busting compensation.
 

Qcity

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There was a labor shortage before covid you heal. It blows your narrative up. How many times does this have to be said on the same thread before a partisan regurgitator like yourself understands.


False, although we were close to full employment in those fabulous Trump years when we added 700,000 manufacturing jobs (After obama said "those jobs aren't coming back")
 

Qcity

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Illegals continue to pour in, but you can't bring in anyone on a visa; quotas full.


Literally mind numbing.
 

psycho_dad

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Illegals continue to pour in, but you can't bring in anyone on a visa; quotas full.


Literally mind numbing.
How do you know that illegals are pouring in? What do you base that on? Are you comparing 2021 with 2019? What is your criteria for making this claim?
 

Qcity

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Look for another couple million next year ...............we've been completely overrun, and the leftists did it on purpose. They hate America.
 

psycho_dad

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Look for another couple million next year ...............we've been completely overrun, and the leftists did it on purpose. They hate America.
WHAAAT?

I need someone to show me
The things in life that I can't find
I can't see the things that make
True happiness, I must be blind
 

Qcity

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Turning into a lteral war between border patrol and the drug cartels, all brought to you by the biden administration and other leftists.

This is beyond belief.
 

cabezadecaballo

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Here is another border FAIL, dating back to pre-Trump years when mono-Party fake conservatives like Bush and McCain wanted to undercut American blue-collar wages openly with cheaper labor -

 

cabezadecaballo

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Turning into a lteral war between border patrol and the drug cartels, all brought to you by the biden administration and other leftists.

This is beyond belief.
I want our soldiers addressing this National Security issue, and also training on our border. Two birds with one stone, 24/7/365. Yesterday.

Shut down a few more foreign bases and set up in Texas, NM, AZ, and Cali. Start building now. Seismic monitoring for tunneling near cities, too.
 

SayMyName

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents apprehended more than 2 million migrants at the southwest border during President Joe Biden’s first year in office, likely the highest number in over 20 years, according to a National Review analysis of CBP data.

According to the data, agents encountered 2,033,863 migrants at the border in 2021, with the vast majority – more than 1.9 million – being apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol officers. The rest were apprehended by Office of Field Operations agents at U.S. ports of entry.

The 2 million apprehensions in 2021 is more than double the 921,812 apprehensions in 2019, during a surge at the border under then-President Donald Trump’s administration. There were 341,519 Southwest border apprehensions in 2017, Trump’s first year in office.

The 2021 Border Patrol encounters are the most in over 20 years, and more than the 1.6 million Border Patrol apprehensions in 2000, the next highest on record, according to the data. Earlier CBP data reviewed by National Review doesn’t include Office of Field Operations data.

Since May, Border Patrol encounters at the Southwest border have broken all monthly records, said Andrew Arthur, resident fellow in law and policy at the Center for Immigration Studies. The peak was in July, when CBP agents apprehended 213,593 migrants at the border. The number of monthly encounters dipped slightly through October, but have since ticked up again.

Arthur said there are leaders in the Biden administration who aren’t happy with the ramped-up border apprehension numbers, because they know they are “poison for Democrats.” But there are immigrant advocates in the administration who are less concerned, he said.

“This is the frog in the hot water,” Arthur said. “They just want you to kind of get used to the fact that you’re going to see huge numbers of people enter illegally.”

The surge has taken a toll on the Border Patrol, which has had longstanding struggles with morale.

Over the last few months, only about half of the migrants encountered at the southern border have been expelled. Arthur said that part of the problem is that a decade ago, the vast majority of illegal immigrants crossing the southern border were single men from Mexico. Now, family units and children make up about a third of the Border Patrol’s encounters. It takes about eight hours to process a single adult male, whereas it can take days to process a family, he said.
 

ProV1

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents apprehended more than 2 million migrants at the southwest border during President Joe Biden’s first year in office, likely the highest number in over 20 years, according to a National Review analysis of CBP data.

According to the data, agents encountered 2,033,863 migrants at the border in 2021, with the vast majority – more than 1.9 million – being apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol officers. The rest were apprehended by Office of Field Operations agents at U.S. ports of entry.

The 2 million apprehensions in 2021 is more than double the 921,812 apprehensions in 2019, during a surge at the border under then-President Donald Trump’s administration. There were 341,519 Southwest border apprehensions in 2017, Trump’s first year in office.

The 2021 Border Patrol encounters are the most in over 20 years, and more than the 1.6 million Border Patrol apprehensions in 2000, the next highest on record, according to the data. Earlier CBP data reviewed by National Review doesn’t include Office of Field Operations data.

Since May, Border Patrol encounters at the Southwest border have broken all monthly records, said Andrew Arthur, resident fellow in law and policy at the Center for Immigration Studies. The peak was in July, when CBP agents apprehended 213,593 migrants at the border. The number of monthly encounters dipped slightly through October, but have since ticked up again.

Arthur said there are leaders in the Biden administration who aren’t happy with the ramped-up border apprehension numbers, because they know they are “poison for Democrats.” But there are immigrant advocates in the administration who are less concerned, he said.

“This is the frog in the hot water,” Arthur said. “They just want you to kind of get used to the fact that you’re going to see huge numbers of people enter illegally.”

The surge has taken a toll on the Border Patrol, which has had longstanding struggles with morale.

Over the last few months, only about half of the migrants encountered at the southern border have been expelled. Arthur said that part of the problem is that a decade ago, the vast majority of illegal immigrants crossing the southern border were single men from Mexico. Now, family units and children make up about a third of the Border Patrol’s encounters. It takes about eight hours to process a single adult male, whereas it can take days to process a family, he said.
Great job by Brandon and CBP nabbing all those illegals.
 

SayMyName

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