Northern U.S. Border Encounters With Illegals More Than Double In 7 Months
“The northern border is less secure than it ever has been”
Encounters with undocumented illegal migrants have more than doubled in the past seven months on the NORTHERN U.S. border, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data.
The figures show that Border Patrol agents recorded 4,827 migrant encounters between October 2022 and April along the U.S.-Canadian border.
Through the entire fiscal year 2022, Border Patrol along the northern border encountered 2,238 illegals.
NEW from me: Encounters of illegal migrants crossing the northern border more than doubled in the first 7 months of fiscal year 2023 compared to all of fiscal year 2022https://t.co/l6fDnb75PV @dailycaller
— Jennie Taer (@JennieSTaer) May 18, 2023
The data also shows that of the close to 5000 who have crossed around half were from Mexico. They flew to Canada (no visa required) and then walked across the border there.
Sean Walsh, National Border Patrol Council President for the Swanton sector in Vermont, New York and New Hampshire has noted “The northern border is less secure than it ever has been and the security speaks for itself.”
“If we’re losing twelve times the amount of people just in this fiscal year alone than in the whole last year, the cartels and criminal organizations have taken advantage and exploited the border and this administration’s policies or lack of policies to address security,” Walsh added.
In March, CBP transferred agents from the southern border to the Swanton section of the northern border in an attempt to deal with the increased numbers.
Meanwhile, on the Southern border…
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