March 26, 2019
There’s just not enough personnel to play this hide and seek border siege game. Border Patrol agents can’t stand still watching over the border 24 hours a day and 7 days a week because they’re not walls and they have to sleep and stuff. Even if they could do without sleep, they just don’t have the numbers to cover all the border, and making a human wall of Border Patrol agents is obviously less effective and more expensive than making a real wall.
U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints in the El Paso Sector, which includes West Texas and all of New Mexico, have temporarily been shut down because of a large influx of migrants claiming asylum at the border.
The permanent highway checkpoints are part of the Border Patrol’s immigration and smuggling enforcement system in the border region.
The closures will allow more agents to help process the large number of migrants crossing ports of entry and illegally crossing in desert areas, officials said.
The closures include the Interstate 10 checkpoint between Las Cruces and Deming, New Mexico, officials said.
An emailed statement by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which is only attributed to a “CBP spokesperson,” confirmed the closure of the El Paso area checkpoints, but does not state if all the checkpoints have been shut down.
“The United States Border Patrol (USBP) continues to apprehend illegal alien families and unaccompanied children in steadily increasing numbers,” the statement reads. “To process and ensure appropriate care for those in custody, resources including personnel have been diverted from other border security priorities.”
It goes on to state, “Currently, El Paso Sector has shut down immigration checkpoints and moved agents to assist with the processing of these aliens. This is intended as a temporary measure. Checkpoints are integral to USBP’s border security mission.”
The El Paso sector has been one of the largest border areas hit with thousands of migrants going to ports of entry or illegally crossing into the U.S. and turning themselves over to Border Patrol agents.
The situation in America is still “no wall” and still “not getting additional resources to compensate for having no wall.” This spreads everyone working in the protection of the American border too thin. The little resources that they have are constantly being moved around to deal with more immediate threats from a list of very real threats. Immigration checkpoints, as they said, are “integral” to their security mission, yet they have to leave those unattended because these goblins just won’t stop coming.
They won’t stop coming unless we stop them.
Claiming that America needs more people because there’s so many jobs is definitely not helping stop this invasion.
One thing is being unable to build the wall out of incompetence or Jewish intervention, or both, and another is stating for all the world to hear that America will be taking in the largest number of people ever because all of these factories need workers and apparently America ran out of American workers.
That message encourages more and more Brown Creatures From the South to join the invading forces every day.
We shouldn’t need to worry about new caravans forming up.
We shouldn’t need to waste our resources arresting and processing invaders because of this “asylum” circus where you have to process, house, and care for these invaders because they said the magic asylum word when you caught them raping your borders.
The Wall that Trump promised could save our people all of that trouble, but it is what it is and seeing how 2020 closes in, we should focus on landing on our feet, which currently means getting $1000 dollars a month.
We have to focus on that bag.
Chairman Yang is a smart man, so it’s likely that he’ll fix the immigration insanity after we helped him secure the bag.
The Chinese are pretty great at numbers.