Criminal Illegal Aliens, Including Sex Offenders, Gangs & Smugglers, Swarm Border
Dire situation sees 2 million arrests since January
U.S. Border Patrol agents are being swamped with criminal illegal aliens such as gang members and sex offenders across the southern border.
The situation is so dire that one human smuggler crashed into a local resident’s car, killing a mother and daughter.
Since the Biden administration began its open-border policy, effectively reversing many of Donald Trump's policies, agents have apprehended almost 2 million people who’ve entered the U.S. illegally.
Agents have arrested convicted sex offenders and other criminals attempting to enter the U.S despite there being staff shortages.
Agents apprehended a Mexican national and MS-13 gang member in Laredo over the weekend.
The man was referred for federal prosecution and remanded to U.S. Marshals Service custody.
Agents near McAllen and Harlingen arrested three gang members along with two foreign nationals convicted of sexual assault crimes.
There were also six people arrested after agents stopped two human smuggling attempts from Guatemala and Mexico.
As JustTheNews reported:
In the same weekend, McAllen Station agents arrested a Dominican Republic national who was convicted and sentenced to two years’ incarceration for strongarm rape in Massachusetts in 2017. He’d been deported but reentered after the Biden administration changed border policy and was caught again by Border Patrol agents.
Agents also apprehended two El Salvadoran Mara-Salvatrucha gang members, one of which was a female attempting to enter the U.S. illegally with a group of 65 people near McAllen. One in the group was a known Salvadoran 18th Street gang member. Agents also encountered a 36-year-old Mexican national who wanted for aggravated sexual abuse of a child. He is being extradited to Utah.
Harlingen station agents apprehended a group of El Salvadorans, also with criminal records. One 34-year-old male had been sentenced to 10-years’ probation for sexual abuse of an individual less than 11 years old in Suffolk County, New York, in 2005. He was sentenced to 30 days’ confinement for possessing a forged instrument the same year. In 2019, he was sentenced to 14 months’ incarceration for being in the U.S. unlawfully after having been deported. He was deported only to reenter the country again after the Biden administration began its open border policy, and was caught again by Border Patrol agents.
Earlier this year, a federal judge ordered Joe Biden to reimplement a key Trump policy that actually worked with securing the border.
As Neon Nettle reported:
Trump's policy forced foreign nationals entering the United States illegally via the southern border to be returned to Mexico and wait for their legal cases to be adjudicated.
Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk ordered Biden to “enforce and implement [Migrant Protection Protocols, commonly referred to as ‘Remain in Mexico’] in good faith until such a time as it has been lawfully rescinded in compliance with the [Administrative Procedure Act] and until such a time as the federal government has sufficient detention capacity to detain all aliens subject to mandatory detention under Section 1255 without releasing any aliens because of a lack of detention resources.”
Neon Nettle reported earlier this year that the Biden administration released at least 160,000 illegal migrants into the United States interior with little to no oversight, bombshell leaked documents from U.S Border Patrol have revealed.
Since March, 160k illegal border-crossers have been freed, including a broad use of limited parole authorities to make more than 30,000 eligible for work permits since August.