The sheep on the site have all alluded to the immigrants as having the same rights as citizens, and are all good people just trying to earn a buck.
Several times I have brought up issues that the left has never cared about. They continue not to care in order to push their agenda.
The first is Human trafficking for sex slavery. I've spent enough time on that. It hasn't made any difference, and the left doesn't care about these children.
The second is that we've lost more to fentanyl than in the Vietnam War.
The third is that not all of these "fine, outstanding, asylum seeking people" are intent on good.
And while it's okay to put parents that are worried about their children in school and what they should learn, true terrorists are also coming in to the border. I know, I know, these are just misunderstood people that want to destroy our Republic and kill all of you. We should coddle them and make them happy.
Terrorist watchlist arrests up as 2M migrants cross border
Following recently released data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection maintaining more than 2 million people have crossed into the United States in a year for the first time, a major concern is now trespassers on the terrorist watch list, as at least 78 individuals on the terrorist watch list have been arrested since Oct. 1 - and 12 of those arrests were made in August alone.
It's an issue that has also affected the Tucson sector, which has seen a 10% increase in encounters, going from 17,709 encounters in July to 19,574 in August.
"This is kind of one of these cat-and-mouse games that we play every day here, more specifically in this area," Jose Robert Ortiz, a Tucson sector Border Patrol agent, told NewsNation's "Rush Hour" on Wednesday.
"There could be some people staged up right now or they could be up on that hill, but we do know for a fact when they're standing around looking like that, there's either something about to happen or they're calling traffic out that's already here that we can't see at the moment," he added.
Meanwhile, Nogales, Arizona, is experiencing what Border Patrol calls task saturation - which is a situation where, within an hour, nine people, coming in pairs or alone as scouts on the Mexico side of the border, send migrants across to go through the holes in the wall or climb over all at once, knowing agents can't catch them all.
This as Border Patrol is saying they are understaffed, with 800 to 900 fewer agents in the sector since 2019.