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Photo by U.S. Border Patrol, Big Bend Sector, Texas. I encourage anyone who cares about the border and ending the chaos the Biden administration has unleashed on it to follow the various Border Patrol Facebook feeds. They’re enlightening.
For instance, have you heard any media report that the Border Patrol picked up over 100 illegals, some of who were hiding out in the desert in camo? They did, according to a Facebook post Tuesday. US Border Patrol Big Bend Sector Van Horn Station had over 115 apprehensions yesterday. With the help of Texas Department of Public Safety aircrew, agents were able to locate multiple individuals dressed in camouflage, trying to conceal themselves from detection. Stonegarden partnerships with local law enforcement agencies are key to border security. This seems organized and ominous. Such folks may be less migrants than cartel invaders.
The Big Bend is wild country, a large desert with rattlesnakes and other hostile creatures, and with civilization scattered in small towns and ranches across vast territory. Crossing it is perilous. There are a lot of places to hide, and lots of places to die.
On May 21, Biden’s border magnet once again put lives in jeopardy and soaked up American taxpayer-funded resources. One man perished. US Border Patrol Big Bend Sector Crossing the border illegally is very dangerous and in this instance, life threatening. Multiple agencies and assets worked together to locate and rescue an undocumented individual and recover his deceased brother. Do not put your life at risk. Great work by all! Over in the Del Rio sector, Border Patrol caught some migrants taking the unwise risk to cross the Rio Grande at night. US Border Patrol Del Rio Sector This group of 118 crossed around midnight and risked crossing in the dark. The inherent dangers of crossing the river are greatly amplified at night as low visibility and higher water levels increase the possibility of life-threatening accidents going unnoticed until it’s too late. Again, it’s worth pointing out that these are the ones they catch. No one knows how many are getting through. It’s also worth pointing out that […]