Biden’s Border Fiasco: 232K Illegals in December Alone!

In yet another stunning failure of the Biden administration, Border Patrol reports have revealed that a whopping 232,000 migrants have been apprehended for illegally crossing into the U.S. between ports of entry in just the first 28 days of December. And hold on to your hats, folks, because with three days left in the month, the number could skyrocket to nearly 260,000 apprehensions by the end of December. The Biden administration is absolutely shattering records for illegal immigration, and not in a good way!

But wait, there’s more. According to these unofficial Border Patrol reports, the Tucson Sector has been leading the charge in migrant apprehensions. Chief Patrol Agent John Modlin of the Tucson Sector proudly reported that his agents snagged a whopping 16,800 migrants in just the last week alone. And get this, the total for the first four weeks of December in the Tucson Sector comes in at a staggering 73,500 apprehensions. This mind-blowing number represents the highest single-month total for the Tucson Sector since the days of the Clinton administration. Yes, you heard that right. We’re talking about numbers not seen since the last year of the Clinton administration! In that time, agents encountered 76,245 migrants. Now compare that to President Trump’s last full year in office, where Tucson Sector agents apprehended a measly 66,076 migrants. The difference is clear, and it’s all thanks to the failed policies of the current administration.

And if that’s not enough to make you shake your head in disbelief, since the new fiscal year began on October 1, agents have already corralled over 615,000 migrants. That’s not a typo, folks. Six hundred and fifteen thousand! It’s just another sign of the utter mess that the Biden administration has created at our border.


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