Thursday, August 31, 2023

Border Patrol Admits It’s Responsible for Open Floodgates in Arizona Border Wall; REPORT: Biden Admin WELDS Arizona Border WALL GATES OPEN

Border Patrol admits it’s responsible for open floodgates in Arizona border wall:
The US Border Patrol has now admitted it’s responsible for the decision to leave giant flood gates in the border wall wide open — giving thousands of illegal immigrants an easy opportunity to stream into Arizona.
After some initial finger-pointing at other federal agencies, the agency took ownership for making the call.
“USBP makes the final decision on opening gates based on operational conditions and forecasted weather,” the agency said a statement to The Post.
Cartels are exploiting the situation, dropping off migrants by the busload so they can casually walk into the US through the open doors and hand themselves over to border agents, as The Post witnessed firsthand west of remote Lukeville, Ariz., last weekend.
Last Friday, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released their latest operational figures showing the border sector at Tucson, which includes the area with the open floodgates, has become the busiest in the country with the Border Patrol encountering 42,561 people trying to cross legally and illegally into the country in July.
A couple of weeks earlier, Border Patrol agents, acting on superiors’ orders, welded some 114 gates open to stop anyone from closing them — which the agents had repeatedly been doing in a bid to stop people from being able to cross the border.
When The Post first reached out to CBP, the parent agency of the Border Patrol, we were directed to other federal agencies that were allegedly involved in making the decision to leave the border doors open.
However, when The Post reached the other agencies, they said it had nothing to do with them. --->READ MORE HERE
U.S. Border Patrol/Tucson Sector
REPORT: Biden Admin Welds Arizona Border Wall Gates Open
A media report revealed that Biden administration officials welded border wall gates open near Lukeville, Arizona. The open gates allow migrants to freely walk through the border wall and into the Arizona desert.
Border Patrol officials admitted responsibility for a decision to weld open flood gates in sections of border wall near Lukeville, the New York Post reported. The admission reportedly came after the agency attempted to blame other federal agencies for the action that allows thousands of migrants to freely cross into what is now the nation’s busiest border sector.
Biden admin opens the border gates in Arizona

— Bob Price (@BobPriceBBTX) August 23, 2023
The Tucson Sector led the nation in migrant apprehensions in July. The apprehension of nearly 40,000 migrants represents an increase of nearly 136 percent over July 2022. The sector is in second place in year-to-date apprehensions following the arrest of nearly 274,000 migrants — an increase of 59 percent over the same period last year, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports.
“We thought the agents were going to say something to us,” an Ecuadorian migrant told the Post. “But we just got in.”
A Cuban migrant added, “It was so easy to get into the United States. Nothing like our trip through Mexico. That part was difficult. I thought there was going to be more security.” --->READ MORE HERE
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