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Border Patrol Asking for Agents Across the Country to Help ‘Virtually’ Process Migrants at the Southern Border

Border Patrol Asking for Agents Across the Country to Help ‘Virtually’ Process Migrants at the Southern Border

“Additionally, we need the assistance of the Northern/Coastal Sectors to ramp up their virtually processing sector over the weekend.”

Yes, a war is happening in the Middle East.

Do not forget we have an invasion at our southern and northern border.

The Tucson Sector Border Patrol has already reduced its social media posts because the sector needs all hands on deck, as thousands of illegal crossings happen every day.

The Border Patrol is asking agents nationwide to help at the southern border.

The massive surge at the southern border has led to the suspension of vehicle processing, the closing of checkpoints, and the pulling of personnel from entry points.

The border patrol sent out a memo obtained by The Daily Caller:

In general, USBP did a good job managing in-custody numbers through the Thanksgiving week, however, the in-custody numbers have now increased due to an average number of low bookouts versus the number of encounters.

We are asking all Southwest Border sectors to spend the remainder of this holiday weekend surging agents from the field to fill all processing computers to maximize the number of bookouts and reduce the in-custody numbers. Additionally, we need the assistance of the Northern/Coastal Sectors to ramp up their virtually processing sector over the weekend.

A “bookout” is when a migrant is booked out of a detention facility.

The news is awful for the northern border, too. The sectors have smaller numbers, but they have seen a surge in illegal crossings. A sector apprehended Romanians linked to organized crime.

The Tucson Sector had over 2,800 illegal crossings on Monday. The number is not shocking because the sector averages 2,000 to 2,500 illegal crossings every day.

The surge is why sector Chief John Modlin announced a pause in the sector’s social media posts. He promised they would still post its Week in review.

Why the influx in the Tucson sector? Ali Bradley explains:

The Tucson Sector is unique in that a judge granted an injunction back in 2020 that stipulates migrants are to spend as little time in custody as possible following allegations of inhumane conditions while in federal custody—Sources confirm the sector consistently has lower custody holding times—If the sector is found to be in violation of the injunction, a judge could reopen the case and extend the move to the entire border.

Sources say the cartel knows this and is capitalizing on the sheer force needed to respond to the thousands crossing daily—And it is extremely remote, buses cannot get out there because of the terrain, so it takes agents hours to transport small groups.

The border patrol closed the checkpoint outside of Lukeville, AZ.


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Why do they even go through the charade of “processing?”

    henrybowman in reply to irv. | November 28, 2023 at 5:38 pm

    Just install 1,000 PCs running “ChatGPT Asylum Processing.”
    They’re gonna let ’em all in anyway.

I have a better idea. Tell the illegals to stay home and cross the border “virtually”.

    CommoChief in reply to Peabody. | November 29, 2023 at 9:14 am

    Agreed. If there’s no evidence to support a claim for asylum, other than the statement of those requesting asylum, then this seems really easy; reject the claim and send them back.

Gridlock reigning in illegals is insane, very frustrating.

Turn them back

This is insane

WTF is wrong with American citizens theat we are allowing this

Our politicians are doing NOTHING

This is an INVASION!!!!

CHICAGO MAYOR BRANDON JOHNSON: It has to be better coordination. What we have seen is a raggedy form instituted by right-wing extremism. Everyone knows that the right-wing extremism in this country has targetted Democratically-ran cities and quite frankly, they’ve been very intentional about going after Democratically-ran cities that are led by people of color.

Their whole motivation is to create disruption and chaos because that’s what this particular party has been about. This is the same political party that did not want to accept that President Obama was actually an American. It’s the same Republican right-wing extremism that stormed the Capitol. It’s the same right-wing extremism that refuses to accept the results of the Civil War. It’s raggedy. It’s disrespectful it’s mean-spirited. It’s an unclean spirit, quite frankly.

So I got you. I got you. I just want to make sure that people understand what we’re facing. That’s why it’s so important that the faith community is leaning in at this moment. And so what what I’ve said, there has to be better coordination.

    henrybowman in reply to Neo. | November 30, 2023 at 12:23 am

    Well, we targeted the ones that professed to be “sanctuary cities,” because they ASKED for the illegal immigrants we sent them.

    Otherwise, damn all us right-wingers for aggressively leaving Democrat-run cities alone, and allowing them to collapse of their own corruption.

If you process illegals virtually, will they respond in kind by only raping and killing avatars?

Sure thing, soon as I get my virtual guillotine….