Border Arrests Reach Highest Level Since 1986 Amnesty Bill

Border Arrests Reach Highest Level Since 1986 Amnesty Bill
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Once again there’s no evidence to suggest that things are getting any better at the border, and a mountain of evidence to the contrary.

After taking a detour from ignoring the crisis to take a faux-moral stand against border patrol agents whipping migrants with non-existent whips, the administration is back to their initial strategy of putting the horse blinders back on. And the results continue putting the “historic” in “Biden’s historic border crisis.”

According to Fox News:

Arrests by Border Patrol have soared to the highest levels since 1986, according to Customs and Border Patrol data. 

U.S. authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border during the 2021 fiscal year, which ended in September, according to CBP data obtained by the Washington Post. 

Historical data shows that Border Patrol made 1.69 million arrests nationwide in 1986, the outlet reported. The data, however, doesn’t show how many of those arrests were made along the border.

Or in other words, we’re arresting just as many people at the border as were arrested nationwide in 1986.

This data comes in a day after we learned that the Biden administration has apparently eschewed Barack Obama’s “catch and release” policy for once of “catch and settle,” and is flying illegals across the country in the dead of night. Watch below:

When Jen Psaki was questioned about this, she disputed the “dark of night,” claim, noting that the flights could actually be described as taking off in the early morning.

Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros

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