Why is our Border wide open ?

corndog

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Wow….nose bleed seat for me!
Nothing wrong with that.. when I was in high school, my friends and I would drive over to Tempe and hike to the top of the mountain on the west side of Sun Devil Stadium, before the upper deck went up and blocked the view of the field and watch the Sun Devils play for free.. The ticket buyers called the mountain Pikers Peak..
 
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corndog

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Wow….nose bleed seat for me!
I think the easiest money in Las Vegas Super Bowl weekend are Adele tickets at Ceasars Palace.. High end tickets now are over 11,000.00 dllrs.. There are still some cheapies between 600 and 900..Those are an easy triple.. Last March my son bought 4 for 600 each and a day before her concert sold 2 for 1700 each and later that day got 3600; for the last 2.. The Meet and Greet Adel passes that weekend were selling for 125,000.
 
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MIRAMAR

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Nothing wrong with that.. when I was in high school, my friends and I would drive over to Tempe and hike to the top of the mountain on the west side of Sun Devil Stadium, before the upper deck went up and blocked the view of the field and watch the Sun Devils play for free.. The ticket buyers called the mountain Pikers Peak..
Wow Corndog- we did the same thing in 1975/1976. Fun times but a bit dangerous hiking down after having "just a few drinks" on top of the mountain.
 

rplarry

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brazen terrorist, crossing near Sassabee, threatens journalist. Video included
Gerald, maybe this guy will help you pour your slab
 

Old55

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Gerald, maybe this guy will help you pour your slab
Larry is so afraid while the rest of us are doing pretty good!

On the deal my left wing friends hate it, Trump hates it so people in the middle might like it
when they actually see it:
e then explained in great detail why the pact she's set to release with fellow Sens. James Lankford (R-Okla.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) would reshape the country’s handling of the southern border and push down crossings that can crest over 10,000 a day.

"The idea that people — 'illegals' — are coming into the country, 5,000 a day: Factually false,” she said.

Under the terms of the still-unreleased deal, if the border is shut down, asylum seekers could still make claims at ports of entry and would have 90 days in which to make an asylum interview. If those interviews are successful, asylum seekers can still be in the country until their case is decided, which would take 90 days. A failed interview would result in immediate removal, Sinema said.

Those who claim asylum at places other than ports of entry would be detained immediately under the deal, with their asylum claim decided in detention. Those individuals would be removed within 15 days if they fail their interview. Those who qualify for asylum, which would require meeting a higher standard if the legislation is enacted, would receive a work permit and potentially a path to citizenship, Sinema said.

“They are going to two places: Detention or a short term alternative to detention, which includes monitoring by the government, until their claims are adjudicated. And then they're either removed or set on a path to to become asylees," Sinema said of the new process.

She also said the bill text would be released “very, very soon” and that she expected to see a vote on the legislation, even as many Republicans are balking. Sinema said Johnson’s team is aware of the particulars of the bill even as he publicly attacks the legislation.

“I would like to see a vote as soon as possible. And that's what I would urge. I don't control the floor,” Sinema said. “But I hope that we vote as soon as this package is public — with enough time for senators to read of course.
 

Southbeacher

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Jerry, how do you know what the bill says when it hasn't been released?
No matter. Such bills are bunk anyway. Invaders are merely renamed "assylum seekers," processed, shuttled and housed. Border bills -- under the guise of border security -- seek to increase funding for invasion by invitation while recording and controlling disbursement of those people. It is similar to the notion of wanting your plan and keeping your plan -- Spoon feeding the wide-eyed masses.
 

rplarry

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Politico …Sinema wrote it so seems likely she knows more than some random nazi you listen to on Twitter
typical you would believe Enema

terrible bill.

While they are suggesting giving money to shoring up the border, there are allocating billions in the bill to fund and support all the illegals who are coming across.

it’s called bipolar or schizophrenia.

Why can’t we have a singular pill, with a singular focus, that is about closing our border?
 

rplarry

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64 BIDEN ADMINISTRATION ACTIONS THAT HAVE UNDERMINED
BORDER SECURITY AND ENCOURAGED ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

DATE ACTION SOURCE LINKS NUMBERS


1 Jan 20, 2021 President Biden terminated the National
Emergency at the Southwest border
(Proclamation 9844), thereby halting
emergency construction of a border wall.
See here and here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
92,746
Children:
6,047
Fentanyl
Seized: 945
pounds

2 Jan 20, 2021 President Biden issued an Executive Order (EO)
further entrenching the unlawful Deferred
Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
With his action, President Biden directed the
Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation
with the Attorney General, “to preserve and
fortify DACA”, signaling to illegal aliens that his
Administration supports amnesty and that
illegal aliens need not fear coming to the U.S. or
worry about immigration enforcement.
See here.

3 Jan 20, 2021 President Biden unveiled the U.S. Citizenship
Act, which would provide amnesty to millions of
illegal aliens in the U.S., demonstrating intent to
reward illegal border crossers with a path to
citizenship.
See here.

4 Jan 20, 2021 President Biden revoked Trump-era Executive
Order that was designed to ensure there was
meaningful enforcement of U.S. immigration
laws.
See here.

5 Jan 20, 2021 The Administration issued an Executive action
ending limitations and restrictions against
immigration from certain countries associated
with terrorism.
See here.

6 Jan 20, 2021 The Biden Administration announced a 100-day
moratorium on deportations and immigration
enforcement, effectively providing amnesty to
criminal and other removable aliens and
sending the signal the Biden Administration
would not enforce the law. The Administration
also announced interim immigration
enforcement guidelines that signaled to illegal
aliens that they do not have to worry about the
possibility of deportation.
See here and here.

7 Feb 1, 2021 The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
implemented Acting Secretary Pekoske’s policy
requiring a new “process [that] shall provide for
assessments of alternatives to removal
including, but not limited to, staying or
reopening cases, alternative forms of detention,
custodial detention, whether to grant temporary
deferred action, or other appropriate action.”
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
115,559
Children:
9,611
Fentanyl
Seized: 797
pounds

8 Feb 2, 2021 President Biden issued Executive Order (EO)
14010 and began processing asylum claims at
the border. In the EO, the President also
signaled an end to the Migrant Protection
Protocols (which is known as “Remain in
Mexico” or “MPP”) while making other
statements signaling an open border.
See here.

9 Feb 6, 2021 Secretary of State Antony Blinken suspended,
and began termination procedures, for the
Trump Administration’s Asylum Cooperative
Agreements with El Salvador, Guatemala, and
Honduras. These agreements ensured aliens
seeking asylum could do so in countries closer
to their home country and in countries other
than the United States.
See here and here.

10 Feb 2021 The Biden Administration voluntarily stopped
applying Title 42 expulsions to children across
the board, setting off a major wave of
unaccompanied alien children, family units, and
illegal aliens generally heading to the U.S.
border.
See here.

11 Feb 17, 2021 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) exempted unaccompanied alien children
(UAC) from Title 42 expulsion requirements,
thereby encouraging UACs to come to the U.S.
and parents to pay cartels to smuggle their
children to the U.S. border.
See here and here.

12 Feb 25, 2021 The Biden Administration sped up releases of
UACs.
See here.

13 Mar 2, 2021 According to news reports, the Biden
Administration lost track of 20,000
unaccompanied alien children and President
Biden was briefed on the need to expand
detention to hold an additional 20,000 children
who had illegally crossed the border.
See here and here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
192,025
Children:
19,115
Fentanyl
Seized: 652

14 Mar 5, 2021 Faced with overwhelming numbers of UACs in pounds
federal custody, the CDC ignored its normal
facilities guidance regarding COVID-19 and
notifies “facilities caring for migrant children
that they can open back up to pre-Covid-19
levels, acknowledging ‘extraordinary
circumstances.’”
See here and here.

15 Mar 10, 2021 Biden Administration announced reinstatement
of the Central American Minors (CAM) program,
an Obama-era parole program that allowed
citizens and aliens—including illegal aliens—to
bypass the family-based immigration laws
adopted by Congress and sponsor family
members El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras
to come to the United States.
See here.

16 Mar 16, 2021 DHS Secretary Mayorkas delivered remarks
effectively explaining the border is open for
illegal immigration by stating DHS’s focus
would be on “processing” illegal aliens—in
other words catch-and-release and the creation
of new “lawful pathways.”
See here.

17 Mar 20, 2021 DHS began issuing illegal alien border crossers
a Notice to Report (NTR) to U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement, as opposed to the
standard Notice to Appear (NTA) in U.S.
immigration court. The NTR policy allows illegal
aliens to simply be released into the U.S. and
relies on them to self-report to ICE at a later
date.
See here.

18 Mar 30, 2021 Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) took
drastic actions to expand detention space to
house unaccompanied alien children in
so-called “Influx Care Facilities”, often using
unlicensed facilities that lacked child welfare
experience. In March, April, and May of 2021,
ORR expanded capacity to house another
23,849, including 10,000 at Fort Bliss. DHS was
also holding children for a longer period than
allowed by law (between 30 and 40 days) and,
because the flow of UACs across the border
outpaced Health and Human Services’ (HHS)
ability to vet adults who can care for the
children.
See here.

19 Mar 31, 2021 The Department of Health and Human Services
(HHS) Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)
issued guidance rolling back requirements for
background checks on adults in the household
of a UAC sponsor.
See here, here and
here.

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rplarry

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20 Apr 30, 2021 The Biden Administration canceled further wall
construction which was being led by the
Department of Defense (DOD).
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
196,190
Children:
17,264
Fentanyl
Seized: 886
pounds

21 June 15, 2021 The Biden Administration announced expansion
of the Central American Minors (CAM) program
to broaden the list of illegal aliens who can
sponsor family members through the program,
including illegal aliens who claim asylum.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
207,823
Children:
15,479
Fentanyl
Seized: 1100

22 June 16, 2021 Attorney General Merrick Garland rescinded the pounds
Trump-era decision In Matter of L-E-A-, thereby
expanding asylum eligibility to allow nuclear or
immediate familial relationships to be treated as
a “particular social group.”
See here.
See also here.

23 June 16, 2021 Attorney General Merrick Garland rescinded the
Trump-era decision in Matter of A-B I and A-B II,
thereby expanding asylum eligibility to include
gender and domestic relationships as certain
social groups, reverting to policy under in
Matter of A-R-C-G.
See here.

24 July 2021 The United States Border Patrol (USBP or BP)
released at least 50,000 aliens without giving
them a “Notice to Appear” (a court date),
instead advising them to self-report to ICE on
their own. Unsurprisingly, 87% of aliens fail to
report.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
233,919
Children:
19,438
Fentanyl
Seized: 837
pounds

25 Aug 5, 2021 The USBP authorized the use of parole plus
alternatives to detention (ATD) in the Del Rio
Border Sector.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
231,243
Children:
19,609
Fentanyl
Seized: 1100
pounds

26 Aug 17, 2021 DHS announced an expansion of alternatives to
detention (effectively reinstating and expanding
catch and release) and announced the
expansion of taxpayer-funded services to illegal
aliens in removal proceedings.
See here.

27 Aug 31, 2021 The Biden administration released over 100,000
aliens into the United States between March 21,
2021 and August 31, 2021, without giving these
aliens a “Notice to Appear”, instead advising
them to self-report to ICE on their own. Of
those, nearly 50% of them did not check-in with
ICE within the 60-day deadline.
See here.

28 Sep 24, 2021 The Administration falsely accused Border
Patrol agents on horseback in Del Rio, Texas of
whipping aliens at the border. President Biden
condemned the agents, saying the aliens had
been “strapped” and vowed “consequences.”
Vice President Harris piled on the false
allegations, comparing them to oppression and
slavery. In fact, DHS Secretary Mayorkas knew
the claim was false and even though the agents
were exonerated in July 2022, the
Administration proposed punishment for the
agents.
See here, here and
here.
CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
213,622
Children:
15,194
Fentanyl
Seized: 737
pounds

29 Sep 30, 2021 DHS Secretary Mayorkas issued a
memorandum that states “the fact an individual
is a removeable [alien] should [not be the sole]
basis of an enforcement action”, effectively
using prosecutorial discretion to give
deportable aliens a pass to stay in the United
States, thereby granting a form of amnesty to
many illegal aliens.
See here.

30 Fiscal Year 2021 Throughout Fiscal Year 2021, the Biden
Administration distributed more than $300
million in federal law enforcement grants to
Sanctuary Cities under SCAAP, Byrne, and
COPS programs (amounting to 43% of total
awards going to sanctuary cities), financially
rewarding cities whose policies encourage
illegal immigration.
See here.

31 Oct 8, 2021 DHS canceled another group of border wall
contracts led by DHS related to the Laredo and
Rio Grande Valley Border Sectors.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
187,136
Children:
13,256
Fentanyl
Seized: 1100
pounds

32 Oct 12, 2021 DHS effectively suspended large-scale worksite
enforcement, a key tool to deter the hiring and
employment of illegal aliens.
See here and here.

33 Oct 27, 2021 DHS Secretary Mayorkas issued a
memorandum prohibiting enforcement of
immigration laws in certain areas including
schools, healthcare facilities, recreational areas,
social service and emergency facilities,
ceremonial locations (such as funerals and civil
ceremonies) as well as at demonstrations and
rallies.
See here.

34 Oct 29, 2021 DHS Secretary Mayorkas terminated the
Migrant Protection Protocols (known as “MPP”
or “Remain in Mexico”).
See here.

35 Nov 2021 The Biden Administration formally created a
program that included alternatives to detention
(ATD) plus parole, resulting in “catch and
release” for hundreds of thousands of aliens
into the U.S. interior after they were
encountered at the border (338,000 aliens were
released in Fiscal Year 2022 alone) under this
program.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
198,553
Children:
14,435
Fentanyl
Seized: 1100
pounds

36 Dec 17, 2021 Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
repurposed three detention centers previously
used for family detention, thus encouraging
greater illegal immigration of family units.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
205,691
Children:
12,363
Fentanyl
Seized: 549
pounds

37 Jan 2022 Between July 2021 and January 2022, the United
States admitted more than 79,000 Afghan
evacuees as part of Operation Allies Welcome
after the Biden State Department and
Department of Defense botched the nation’s
withdraw from Afghanistan. The DHS OIG
determined that DHS failed to fully vet the
evacuees. Failure to vet refugees, signaled that
the Administration might also apply lax vetting
to asylum seekers, further encouraging asylum
abuse.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
186,808
Children:
9,171
Fentanyl
Seized: 862
pounds

38 Apr 1, 2022 The Biden Administration announced intent to
end Title 42. Federal District Court Judge from
Louisiana temporarily blocks the action.
See here.
See here.
CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
262,109
Children:
12,691
Fentanyl
Seized: 1300
pounds

39 Apr 3, 2022 ICE Principal Legal Advisor issued
memorandum promoting termination of cases in
immigration court and directing ICE Office of
the Principal Legal Advisor (OPLA) trial
attorneys to comb through their cases to
determine whether aliens would be considered
a “priority” for removal under the Biden
“enforcement priorities.”
See here.

40 Sep 9, 2022 The Biden Administration reversed Trump-era
public charge rule, allowing aliens who are
likely to become a burden to taxpayers to
receive immigration benefits – such as a visa,
admission, or adjustment of status.
See here and here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters for:
272,338
Children:
12,508
Fentanyl
Seized: 1900
pounds
Fiscal Year 2022 U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
encounters involving alien children in Fiscal
Year 2022 reached a record high 158,865 total
encounters (this includes both accompanied
and unaccompanied children, 96.2% of whom
were unaccompanied).
See here.

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rplarry

Well Known Member
41 Oct 31, 2022 DHS finalized a rule to “fortify DACA”, which
declares DACA recipients as “lawfully present”
and grants them employment documents
despite ongoing litigation.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
284,624
Children:
13,756
Fentanyl
Seized: 2900
pounds

42 Dec 13, 2022 The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) sued the
State of Arizona in order to force Arizona to
remove shipping containers placed to close
gaps in the border wall.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
302,392
Children:
13,030
Fentanyl
Seized: 2400
pounds

43 Jan 2023 CBP changed CBP One app to allow border
crossers to schedule online appointments,
expanding the number of aliens allowed into the
United States.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
209,151
Children:
10,059
Fentanyl
Seized: 1400
pounds

44 Jan 6, 2023 The Biden Administration began abusing
statutory parole authority under INA 212(d)(5)
by creating a categorical parole program for
nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and
Venezuela. Parole was intended by Congress to
be used sparingly and only on a “case by case”
basis, yet DHS continues to create and
administer categorical parole programs to allow
hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to
classes of aliens.
See here.

45 Feb 25, 2023 The New York Times reported data showing the
Biden Department of HHS has lost track of
85,000 alien children over the prior two years.
NYT exposes details of minor children working
in factories in the United States.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
213,911
Children:
11,629
Fentanyl
Seized: 2300
pounds

46 Mar 2023 ICE continued to ignore the need for
deportations, allowing criminal aliens to stay in
the U.S. ICE’s non-detained docket grew to an
estimated 5.3 million aliens, including 407,983
criminal aliens. Meanwhile, ICE arrests in Fiscal
Year 2022 fell by 69% compared to Fiscal Year
2018 and arrests of convicted criminals fell 65%
(to 36,322 in Fiscal Year 2022 from 105,140 in
Fiscal Year 2018).
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
259,471
Children:
13,178
Fentanyl
Seized: 2900
pounds

47 Mar 25, 2023 Despite record numbers of illegal aliens arriving
at the southern border, the Biden Administration
proposed cutting detention beds by 25 percent
as part of its Fiscal Year 2024 budget request.
See here.

48 Mar 28, 2023 DHS Inspector General (IG), citing lax oversight,
issued a report that identified misuse and fraud
of federal emergency funds, resulting in up to
$110 million in funds appropriated in the
American Rescue Plan and other legislation
being awarded to pay for services to illegal
aliens and not Americans suffering due to
COVID.
See here.

49 Apr 13, 2023 The Biden Administration announced DACA
recipients would be eligible for Obamacare
benefits and Medicaid, giving taxpayer-funded
healthcare to illegal aliens.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
276,036
Children:
12,214
Fentanyl
Seized: 3200
pounds

50 Apr 27, 2023 The State Department and DHS announced
plans to end Title 42, expand CBP One app, and
create additional unlawful categorical parole
programs for aliens from El Salvador,
Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia. The
program violates the law and allows aliens to
enter before they receive a green card and
without a visa.
See here and here.

51 Apr 30, 2023 The Biden Administration circulated guidance
that waters down the vetting process for
Chinese illegal aliens, requiring that interviews
used to question a Chinese illegal alien consist
of five basic questions. The media reported that
Chinese illegal aliens “quickly adapted” to the
new CBP guidelines and were “coached” to give
“stories that are identical.”
See here.

52 May 5, 2023 CBP expanded appointment capability of the
CBP One App. Through Nov. 2023, nearly
360,000 appointments had been scheduled on
the app (43,000 in November alone). The CBP
One app continues to be vulnerable to
exploitation by the cartels.
See here, here and
here.
CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
275,166
Children:
10,525
Fentanyl
Seized: 2700

53 May 11, 2023 The Biden Administration terminated use of pounds
Title 42 policy expulsion authority.
See here.

54 May 31, 2023 The Biden Administration ended the DNA
testing program used to verify that adults who
crossed the border with a child and claimed to
be related to that child, are in fact related.
Ending the program promotes not only illegal
immigration, but also child exploitation and
trafficking.
See here and here.

55 July 7, 2023 The Biden Administration expanded unlawful
parole programs to include individuals from
Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and
Honduras.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
245,154
Children:
11,236
Fentanyl
Seized: 1800
pounds

56 July 24, 2023 The Biden Department of Justice sued the State
of Texas to remove newly placed floating
barriers in the Rio Grande River.
See here.

57 Aug 10, 2023 The Biden Administration Office of Management
and Budget requested nearly $14 billion in
emergency funding that perpetuates the Biden
Administration’s open borders policies. For
example, $600 million was requested for
FEMA’s Shelter and Services program, which
provided airfare and hotels to illegal aliens. This
is on top of the $363.8 spent by the program in
Fiscal Year 2023.
See here (page 47).
See here.
CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
304,073
Children:
14,922
Fentanyl
Seized: 1800
pounds

58 Aug 29, 2023 ICE scrambled after releasing into the U.S. more
than a dozen Uzbek nationals with ties to an
ISIS smuggler.
See here.

59 Aug 2023 DHS rebranded “Alternatives to Detention” as
“Release and Reporting Management,”
effectively using ICE to provide social services
to aliens instead of allowing ICE to function as a
law enforcement agency.
See here.
Fiscal Year 2023 CBP encountered over 3.2 million aliens in
FY2023, including nearly 2.5 million at the
Southwest border. In the same timeframe of
Fiscal Year 2023, ICE only removed 142,580
from the United States.
See here and here.
Fiscal Year 2023 CBP and Office of Field Operations (OFO)
reported seizing 549,000 pounds of illicit drugs
during Fiscal Year 2023, including 27,000
pounds of fentanyl – enough to kill every
American 18 times. The Fiscal Year 2023
numbers represent an increase in fentanyl
seizures from 14,700 pounds in Fiscal Year
2022, 11,200 pounds in Fiscal Year 2021, and
4,800 pounds in Fiscal Year 2020.
See here and here.
See here and here.
Sep 2023 CBP recorded nearly 270,000 illegal alien
encounters at our Southwest border in
September, the highest number ever recorded
in a single month.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
341,392
Children:
14,346
Fentanyl
Seized: 1500
pounds

60 Sep 8, 2023 The Biden Administration promulgated a
proposed rule to reverse Trump-era policy and
allow Immigration Judges to administratively
close or dismiss removal proceedings without
any action (something not allowed by statute),
resulting in no decision denying asylum.
See here and here.

61 Oct 4, 2023 The Biden Administration issued new rules on
UACs that fails to prevent the release of illegal
alien children to strangers, fails to facilitate age
determinations, and fails to collect immigration
information on sponsors. All of this will
encourage trafficking of children, including by
the cartels.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters:
309,137
Children:
12,103
Fentanyl
Seized: 1700
pounds

62 Dec 21, 2023 Biden Administration announced the creation of
a new “juvenile” docket within immigration
courts which is so expansive, it gives specialized
treatment to 18, 19, and 20 year-old illegal
aliens who should be deported through the
expedited removal process.
See here. CBP/OFO Total
Encounters for
Dec:
Children:
Fentanyl
Seized:
DATA NOT YET
AVAILABLE

63 Dec 28, 2023 Following a trip to Mexico by Secretary of State
Blinken and DHS Secretary Mayorkas, the
Mexican government reported that their
discussions focused on “regularizing” status –
i.e., amnesty – for “Hispanic migrants who have
been undocumented… and DACA beneficiaries.”
See here.
Dec 29, 2023 According to media reporting, CBP recorded
more than 300,000 illegal alien encounters at
our southern border in December, the highest
number ever recorded in a single month.
See here, here and
here.

64 Jan 3, 2024 The Biden Administration sued the State of Texas
for enforcing a recently enacted Texas state law
that allows Texas judges and magistrates to
order illegal aliens to return to the foreign nation
from which they entered.
See here.

SOURCES FOR NUMBER COLUMN:

 

Old55

Well Known Member
Larry appears to go insane as the tide shifts and the pressure to take the win builds on sane arepublicans!
 

rplarry

Well Known Member
Larry appears to go insane as the tide shifts and the pressure to take the win builds on sane arepublicans!
Gerald is either an ostrich, keeping his head in the sand or, he is still riding the short bus with his head out the window yelling reeeeereee

by the way, what is insane about the 64 irrefutable facts that were just laid out ?

How is the truth insane ?

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Old55

Well Known Member
politico reports the deal is so good that little fanatic speaker of the house might not be able to stop passage…
 
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