Report: 1.1M Illegals to Cross U.S. Southern Border in FY 2019

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Aug. 03, 2019

Adios, America!

From the Washington Examiner:
Federal law enforcement based on the U.S.-Mexico border are expected to encounter 1.1 million people trying to cross illegally by the end of the fiscal year Sept. 30, despite Mexico's assistance stopping migrants on their journey north.

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson forecast the 1.1 million figure during a committee hearing Tuesday based off the number of people arrested for illegally entering between border crossings and those who presented at ports of entry but were deemed ineligible for admittance.

As of June 30, U.S. Customs and Border Protection personnel had made contact with 905,926 migrants, including 694,229 who entered the country without permission. The 694,229 figure nine months into fiscal 2019 was more than double the 310,000 who illegally crossed the southern border in all of fiscal 2017.
This all traces back to Trump caving on family separation and then signing the bipartisan open borders spending bill after caving on the government shutdown.




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