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Border crisis is a failure of leadership
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Border crisis is a failure of leadership

How much at the Border is this contributing to the number of coronavirus cases in the United States? That’s hard to determine but it’s ridiculous to think it’s having no impact. At this point, health officials announcing that it’s not a problem is about as credible as when people declared that President Donald Trump’s rallies were super spreader events yet had no issue with Black Lives Matter protests.

Drug Cartels Control the Border
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Drug Cartels Control the Border

Border Patrol agents say the majority of the single adults they apprehend are men who say they are looking for work such as picking produce, roofing and dishwashing. But an unknown number of them are also members of or being used by drug cartels. According to retired U.S. Marshal Robert Almonte, drug cartels control “all of the activity” on the border.

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Increasing tariffs’ Mexico

There is nothing new in this approach, previous administrations have tried to pressure the Mexican government to do more to stem the flow of migrants and to combat drugs and other crime. But no president has used the kind of blunt-force threat that Mr. Trump wielded. Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced he was sending his...

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Border Security

Former acting ICE director Tom Homan [Note 1] says Democratic leadership has not done one thing to fix the crisis at the U.S. – Mexico border. Fox News YouTube – 5:15 mins. Faced with falling morale, increasing retirements and a shortage of new agents, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced a 5 percent bonus for...