If you think things on the border are bad, you are right, but in reality, you may not even know just how right you are. Criminal illegal aliens crossing at the Loredo Section of Texas have increased by an amazing and frightful 900% from last year. During the same period in 2020, there were just 60 criminal illegal aliens nabbed at the border. This year that total has reached 760,000 criminal illegals. I suppose that is Trump’s fault, too.
Last Wednesday Border Patrol agents from the Loredo crossing and members of the Loredo police department raided three stash houses and captured 182 illegal aliens. Those who were arrested originated from Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador, El Salvador, and Honduras.
Chief Patrol Agent Matthew Hudak said:
“The identification and interdiction of these stash houses and the apprehension of over 180 non-citizens in less than two hours highlight the challenges that our agents and law enforcement partners face on a daily basis. These numbers also illustrate the potential risk to our communities from this criminal activity and those perpetrating it.”
Also on Wednesday, the CPB announced two large drug busts in which Border Patrol agents seized 167 pounds of methamphetamine and 21 pounds of cocaine worth over $3.5 million.
Border Patrol seizures of illicit drugs have already seen more drugs confiscated in fiscal 2021 than in all of 2020 combined. Biden’s war on a secured border is working better than he planned. Does the cartel kickback money to The Big Guy?
Meanwhile, in the neighboring Del Rio Sector, which is also in Texas on the southern border, arrests of convicted sex offenders have skyrocketed during the current border crisis. Border Patrol arrests of convicted sex offenders in the Del Rio Sector are up a whopping 3,166% compared to the same timeframe last fiscal year. There were 95 arrested, including 10 in one week — between May 17 and 24.
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“The convictions of those apprehended include forcible sexual assault, sexual assault of a child under 14, sexual conduct with a person under 13, statutory rape, second-degree sexual assault of a child, and lewd and lascivious acts with a child,” according to Fox News.
Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Austin Skero said in a statement:
“The majority of these criminals were apprehended in our sector’s most remote areas, attempting to avoid detection by crossing far from populated areas. Our agents’ sign cutting and tracking skills were instrumental in capturing these criminals, preventing them from infiltrating our communities.”