More than 400,000 sneaked over southern border and got away in past year, former Border Patrol head says | From the Trenches World Report

Oct 10, 2021 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

45% : In his farewell message to agents, obtained by the Washington Examiner, Scott said unprecedented numbers of known or suspected terrorists have crossed the southern border in recent months as agents are pulled away from the border to transport and process migrant families crossing.
45% : The Washington Examiner was first to report in June that Biden administration officials were forcing out Scott at Border Patrol headquarters in Washington after 16 months on the job.
44% : The Border Patrol apprehended nearly 200,000 migrants just in August, far more than in previous years.
44% : The surge of migrants from mostly Central American countries has prompted Border Patrol to pull more than 40% of agents from the field to help transport, process, and care for people in custody, meaning fewer agents are able to patrol for national security threats.
32% : Scott, ousted from government by Biden administration officials after 29 years in the Border Patrol, said instances like thousands of people surging across the river in Del Rio, Texas, led to "hundreds of miles of border [where] we have no idea what took place."

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