President Joe Biden’s border policies have been a dismal failure putting the health and security of every American at risk! 

Last month alone, more than 212,000 illegal immigrants attempting to cross the US-Mexico border were stopped by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a staggering number that is likely to put more pressure on the Biden administration amid the ongoing crisis.

The 212,672 stops in July represented a 12.6 percent increase over June when 188,934 stops were reported. The only month in the last 21 years with more encounters was March of 2000, when 220,063 stops were reported at the southwest frontier.

The number of attempts to cross the US-Mexico border has risen every month since President Joe Biden took office, defying the trend of previous years in which attempted crossings peaked in May but slowed down with the onset of the summer heat. The July figures mark a 171 percent increase over the 78,417 stops reported in January and a 160 percent increase over the 81,777 stops in July 2019.

Most alarmingly, CBP has already stopped more than 1.1 million illegal border-crossing attempts this calendar year.

Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas discussed the grim figures during a press conference in Brownsville, Texas Thursday, and described the southern border situation as “one of the toughest challenges we face.”

“It is complicated, changing, and involves vulnerable people at a time of a global pandemic,” he said.

Mayorkas claimed that 95,788 of the July encounters (45 percent of the total) resulted in expulsions under Title 42, a Trump-era order that permits the removal of single adults and some families in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. That number is down from June when 104,907 migrants (55.5 percent of those encountered) were removed under Title 42.

While Republicans have accused the White House of encouraging mass illegal immigration to the US by rolling back former President Donald Trump’s policies, the Biden administration, led by Vice President Kamala Harris, has insisted on focusing on so-called “root causes,” mainly violence, poverty, and corruption in Central America.

Mayorkas alleged that the Trump administration had “dismantled our asylum system” and cited “the end of the cruel policies of the past administration and the restoration of the rule of laws of this country … including our asylum laws” as a factor in why more people are attempting the risky journey to the US.

Republicans reacted fiercely to the new numbers, led by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who tweeted, “So much for the idea that there would be a ‘seasonal downturn’ in illegal immigrant crossings at our southern border!” before adding, “Between the crisis at the border and the debacle in Afghanistan, one could argue that President Biden is the most incompetent national security president in modern history.”

14 thoughts on “The Border Crisis Just Got Worse Thanks to This”
  1. When is Biden going to close the border again, before we all die of covid. Shouldn’t think about it just do it NOW to protect the American people .

  2. Biden and company are failing miserably in running our government. Just look at the unbelievable border issues that are the worst on record, look at consumer prices for food and fuel, look at the lies and cover ups coming from the democrats in congress, look at what has happened with Biden’s attempt at pulling out of Afghanistan and what a mess that is, etc., etc,. So what does he do in the midst of all of this? He goes to his Delaware home for a few days and goes to Camp David for another few days. Where is this guy’s head and what are his handlers doing to solve these problems?
    They want to spend 3.2 Trillion dollars mostly on things that do not help this country but give money away to people so they can buy their votes because we are on to their voter fraud scheme!

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