The Open-Border Funding Bill

 

Nancy Pelosi dropped the House version of a migrant crisis funding and accepted the Senate approved version instead, on Thursday. The Senate approved a $4.6 billion budget to fund an orderly Central American migration into the United States — even though the bill excludes any steps to reduce the crisis and also gives multiple pro-migration wins to Democrats.

The Senate migration crisis bill provides more than $1 billion to preserve the orderly inflow of many economic migrants into Americans’ workplaces and schools, and includes no spending to curb migration.

Welcome to the U.S.A.

 

Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents have apprehended people from over 45 countries around the world,” Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz said in a written statement. “Our agents, along with the assistance of our DHS partners, continue to meet each new challenge as the ongoing humanitarian crisis evolves.”

On June 24, Del Rio Station agents apprehended a large group of illegals who crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico. Officials reported the group consisted of 122 Haitian nationals. The remaining migrants came to the U.S. from African and South America, officials reported.

Mexico Doesn’t Take Trump Seriously

 

According to Epoch Times reporter, Charlotte Cuthbertson, it’s business as usual at the busiest border crossing between Mexico and Guatemala, where rafts of African and Central American migrants continue north unabated across the Suchiate River. The make-shift ferry service continues to run all day long with nothing and no one to stop it. The ferry takes migrants into Mexico and returns to Guatemala with coffee and other contraband. Cuthbertson recorded video and posted it to Twitter to support her claim.

How Will You Adapt?

 

Independent journalists are beginning to advise citizens to adapt to the coming shift.

Adapt.

How will you and your family adapt to the nearly 400,000 Mexico recently stated have entered through its southern border in the past few months, their goal, enter the US and claim asylum? How will you and your family adapt to the 100’s of thousands that make it across without detection? How will you and your family adapt to the shift in politics when they cast their ballots illegally in the next election?

How will you and your family adapt to living in a full-blown socialist state?

Business as Usual

 

Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector apprehended more than 3,500 that crossed into the US during a three-day period this week. The flow continues despite efforts by the Mexican government to reverse the trend.

On Sunday, agents patrolling near Rio Grande City, Texas, encountered a group of 100 who illegally crossed from Mexico.

Mexico Deploys 15,000 Troops to U.S. Border

 

 

Mexico’s government has deployed nearly 15,000 troops and National Guardsmen to its border with the United States, Mexico’s defense minister, Luis Cresencio Sandoval, said during a press conference Monday.

Under pressure from US President Donald Trump, to slow the surge of humanity from all corners of the globe crossing into the U.S., Mexico promised earlier this month to reinforce its southern border with 6,000 National Guardsmen but had not previously disclosed the extent of it’s operation on its northern border.