The House of Representatives begins its impeachment hearings against Mayorkas tomorrow. Numerous state AGs will testify about the impact of illegal immigration.
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told border patrol agents in Eagle Pass, TX, that the government releases over 85% of the illegal immigrants into the country, sources told Fox News.
Is anyone shocked? I’m not. Mayorkas basically admitted as much to Bret Baier last week:
Mayorkas made the remarks when meeting privately with agents in Eagle Pass, Texas, according to three Border Patrol sources who were in the room and heard the remarks themselves.
The conversation happened during the muster for agents in the busy border area. Fox is told Mayorkas was asked directly about comments he made on “Special Report” last week when he was asked by anchor Bret Baier about reporting that over 70% of migrants are released into the U.S. each day.
“It would not surprise me at all. I know the data,” Mayorkas said. “And I will tell you that when individuals are released, they are released into immigration enforcement proceedings. They are on alternatives to detention. And we have returned or removed a record number of individuals. We are enforcing the laws that Congress has passed.”
Your sources are correct.
During this meeting, Brandon Judd told Mayorkas that Americans have the right to know the facts about what's going on at the border. It was at that point Mayorkas admitted that "over 85%" of the people illegally crossing our border are being released. https://t.co/j5h18B9mKs
— Border Patrol Union – NBPC (@BPUnion) January 8, 2024
The House begins its impeachment hearings against Mayorkas tomorrow. Numerous state attorney generals will testify about how illegal immigration has impacted their states.
The Department of Justice is suing Texas over the state’s new immigration law. The law doesn’t even go into effect until March.
Senate Bill 4 allows “state officials to arrest and seek the deportation of migrants who have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border without legal authorization.”
Texas passed the law because the federal government is not doing anything about immigration.
The border patrol has estimated over 302,000 migrant encounters in December, setting an all-time monthly record.
The fiscal year 2024 began on October 1. Since then, the border patrol has encountered over 785,000.
Three months and we’re almost to a million encounters.DONATE
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