Border Patrol agents encountered nearly 190,000 migrants in November, bringing the total to approximately 379,000 for the first two months of the new fiscal year.
This is down from the record-shattering 413,000 migrants apprehended during the same period last year.
The Tucson Sector leads the southwest border report with the apprehension of nearly 119,000 migrants during October and November, followed by the Del Rio Sector with approximately 81,000 migrants. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)
Chicago Mayor Johnson argues the migrant crisis is caused by racist right-wing extremists.
Johnson fails to acknowledge Democrats in the Biden administration are refusing to enforce federal law along the southern border.
Moreover, Johnson fails to note sanctuary city… pic.twitter.com/9mTYtT5QkY
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Both sectors reportedly process over 3,000 immigrants each day.
The Biden administration’s response to the surge has been to close some legal ports of entry and focus on more efficient ways to process and release migrants into the United States. Despite these efforts, the border crisis continues with little impact.