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March 19, 2019

DAILYKENN.com --The Border Patrol will stop 100,000 illegal immigration attempts at the southern border this month, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

The report from ijr.com didn't mention how many illegal aliens are expected to slip past authorities. 

“The situation at our southern border has gone from a crisis to a national emergency to a near system-wide meltdown,” said Nielsen, later adding, “The system is breaking and our communities, our law enforcement personnel, and the migrants themselves are paying the price.”

It appears globalists are using the Ghandi approach in which authorities were simply overwhelmed by numbers. 

From ijr.com ▼

The DHS secretary explained high numbers of migrant border crossings were more manageable in the past because it was mostly single men crossing from Mexico. These individuals could be quickly apprehended and returned to their home country, but that is no longer the case. Today, most of the illegal immigrants apprehended are families from Central America who take much longer to process.

“Our laws are not keeping up with our migrant flows and until they are fixed the situation will only get worse and more heartbreaking,” Nielson explained. “We need Congress to stop playing politics and do what’s right.”



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