G. McConway
December 14, 2022

Border Official Says Crossing Numbers are Unsustainable

The border situation in this country is about to get far worse than it already is.

The clock is ticking on Title 42 and when it does expire, we are likely to have a much larger surge at the border than we have been seeing.

The anticipation of that is driving local officials to their breaking point, calling the surge at the border "unsustainable."

Must Be Stopped

El Paso Deputy City Manager Mario D'Agostino was addressing City Council when he fessed up that the city has reached its breaking point.

Currently, the city is seeing 2,500 apprehensions per day.

Title 42 currently permits the rapid removal of illegal immigrants, something they will no longer be able to do after December 21.

D'Agostino stated, "We're talking about Title 42 being lifted and what that would do here in the community.

"We have to be cognizant with the fact that it's already here. Look at the vast numbers increased in the past couple of weeks, especially the last three, four days. Those numbers are unsustainable, and that is with Title 42 in place."

He added, "What that does is it really puts the strain on our border patrol. They have to go through the processing right now they have the ability to use title 42. So some of them will be sent back and they will be marked with the Title 42. And then the rest of them have to go into processing."

I wonder how he feels about the idea of the Mexican government now transporting migrants to their border so they become illegal immigrants in this country.

We are only halfway through December, about two and a half months into the new fiscal year, and we are already over 500,000 illegals.

This year is likely to be another record-breaking year, only not the type of record we would prefer to be setting.

Source: Fox News

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