“The Timing Was Unfortunate”

 

Last week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents conducted the largest workplace operation in more than a decade across seven food processing plants in Mississippi, that resulted in the detainment of 680 workers. That same day, agency officials said they released about 300 back into the U.S. on “humanitarian grounds.” More than 200 had prior criminal records.

During an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd, Acting DHS Secretary McAleenan said given the agency operations were carried out four days after the incident in El Paso, the “timing was unfortunate.”

 

Shots Fired at U.S. Border Patrol Agents

 

Gulf Cartel gunmen fired at U.S. Border Patrol agents on the Rio Grande.

The shooting took place early Friday morning just south of Fronton, Texas. The agents were not struck by the gunfire, however, their boat was hit several times. The U.S. Border Patrol RGV Sector Office confirmed the incident and advised it would issue additional information throughout the day.

The Time Is Now

 

Activist judges appear to be under the impression that the American people elected them to run the country. We didn’t. We elected Donald J. Trump. And his authority as head of the Executive Branch is not simply being challenged, it is being eroded with each court decision barring him from exercising the powers granted him under the law and the Constitution.

U.S. Marines “Helping” People Cross the Border

 

This morning, sixteen Marines from the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton in California were detained for “alleged involvement in various illegal activities,” according to a statement from the Marine Corps.

Today’s roundup is linked to the July 3 arrests of Lance Cpl. Byron Law and Lance Cpl. David Javier Salazar-Quintero, who were pulled over by Border Patrol officers who found three illegals in the backseat of their vehicle. The duo was allegedly trying to make money by smuggling people from Mexico into the United States.

Extra-Continentals Moving Through Panama

 

Unusually high numbers of non-Latino migrants, obviously not from Central America, are now reportedly passing from Colombia through Panama on their way to the U.S. southern border. Their numbers range to the tens of thousands, whose vanguard we have already seen at the U.S. border in recent months …