MISSION, Texas – The crisis on the Southern Border, which has seen hundreds of thousands of migrants cross the border in recent months and seized border troll agents, causing a major political headache for the Biden administration, shows little sign of slowing down – another migrant on the way concerned about the presence of groups.
When Acesparks traveled at night on the border near the Texas Mission, it saw groups of immigrants, mostly families, being targeted at nearby processing plants.
SEN. BLACKBURN says on the border of the species, it is impossible to continue the crisis because it calls us to step up.
Border troll agents told Acesparks that it was unlikely that health immigrants’ family units would be removed under heading 42 (only 19% of family units were removed under heading 42 in August) and that they would probably relocate instead. processed and released into the interior. the nearest bus station – either that night or in the morning.
In an interview with Acesparks, one of the upset agents reiterated a widespread complaint by agents that they were not in the field. “We just do that process.”
THE MIGRANT STRUCTURE OF GIGATEMAL ACTIVISTS CAN SHOW 1 NATIONAL PEOPLE TO THE U.S.-MEXICAN RELEASE.
The Biden administration has repealed the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), which keeps immigrants in Mexico waiting for the immigration process. They also repealed the Cooperative Asylum Agreements (ACA), which meant that migrants would seek asylum in the Northern Triangle countries.
With these changes, the administration also ended an operation called “arrest and release,” which the Trump administration used as a policy to end. Currently, although mostly single adults are being deported from the U.S., immigrant families are only allowed to enter the U.S. – only by court notice or by notifying the nearest Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Republicans attributed the dramatic changes in policy, including the completion of the border wall, to an increase in migration. More than 200,000 immigrants met in July and August, and DHS secretary Alexandro Majorcas warned of the worst case scenario for 400,000 immigrants to cross the border if the 42nd header was expelled from health care.
However, the Biden administration has blamed the Trump administration’s policies and the rise of “root causes” in Central America.
“The economic downturn, the rise in violence, the economic downturn, the COVID-19 pandemic, the suppression of any humanitarian aid over the years and the thirst for food have intensified. For relief among different populations,” Mallorca said. interview this week. “I think the accumulation of factors will help the migration growth we see.”
Risks for migrants remain. They are usually dumped at the border with Mexico by a smuggler, who usually has about $ 10,000 per person. They walk for hours across the brush, where they are exposed to the dangers of extreme heat, treacherous lands, and wildlife such as tarantulas and noisy snakes.
However, immigrants often get lost or injured while traveling and can get lost. Border trolls placed laminated signs directed at the processing centers to prevent the deaths and injuries of migrants.
One local official said it could be difficult to prosecute smugglers because illegal immigrants are reluctant to testify against smugglers because they are often offered a discount for re-entry.
Meanwhile, farmers here have told Acesparks about how immigrants are breaking down barriers as they cross their property, how gang activity has increased in the area, and how migrants have died in the area since then. warned that it was returning to an unheard of level. 2012.
“It’s a huge disaster, a disaster, and I’m very close to the border,” one of the ranchers told Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn. “Drugs come as you don’t believe, and they don’t stay here – they don’t stay at the border.”
Blackburn attended a briefing with local officials, including a public safety briefing (DPS) in Texas. Officials say that this year alone, the DPS met with 334 gang members from 88 different gangs, with 35 violent clashes in the southern states, with the highest number observed in August.
Officials talked about how the situation was exacerbated by a wave of Haitian migrants, where the DPS set up a parking wall to stop more than 15,000 migrants from moving under the Del Rio bridge.
They are also taking precautionary measures to address reports of up to 60,000 undocumented immigrants coming from Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s large-scale effort to stem the flow of immigrants across the border.
“We don’t have the exact information to suggest where to go,” one DPS official told the Republican senator. “That’s how I heard El. I heard Arizona, California.”
At the same time, they saw a sharp increase in vehicle searches, with a 1,000% + increase in the number of vehicles in some cities compared to the same period last year.
Border troll agents told Fox that DPS support was invaluable, but they were told the work they needed to do, not the frequently assigned processing and maintenance tasks. DPS and Border Troll officials resisted their mental state, DPS agents were in a good mood, border trol agents were disappointed with what the federal government was doing and the restrictions placed on them.
Fox also visited unfinished areas of the border wall that were built during the Trump administration but stopped by the Biden administration. A powerful wall floats along the border before it suddenly ends.
On Friday, the administration announced the resumption of border wall contracts in the Rio Grande Valley and Laredo, a few days later that former border troll chief Rodney Scott would pay $ 5 million a day not to build the wall.
A few days later, Acesparks took a picture of the immigrants walk st unfinished boundary wall Construction in La Joya (Texas) has been observed many times this year.
Bill Melugin of Acesparks contributed to this report.