The Biden administration has broken the US-Mexico border.
According to unofficial numbers in a Border Patrol report, December was another record-setting month with more than 220,000 migrants being apprehended trying to cross the US-Mexico border.
This was a record for December.
TRENDING: JUST IN: Maricopa County Submits Weak ‘Answering Brief’ In Kari Lake’s Court Of Appeals Lawsuit – Conference Set For February 1! – FILING INCLUDED
U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 220,000 migrants who crossed the southwest border in December. The number of apprehended migrants sets a record for December and is the second-largest month since the Clinton administration. This brings the total apprehensions for the first quarter of FY23 to more than 631,000.
Border Patrol agents assigned to the nine southwest border sectors apprehended well over 220,000 migrants in December, according to unofficial numbers in a Border Patrol report reviewed by Breitbart Texas. This represents an increase of nearly 30 percent over the more than 170,000 migrants apprehended in December 2021. It also represents a 210 percent increase over December 2020, President Donald Trump’s last full month in office.
The report reviewed by Breitbart Texas shows December as the fourth straight record-setting month for apprehensions and the largest month for the new fiscal year. During the first quarter of FY23, which began on October 1, 2022, Border Patrol agents apprehended nearly 632,000 migrants.
The 632,000 first-quarter apprehensions represent an increase of nearly 60 percent over the entire Fiscal Year 2020 when agents apprehended only 441,000 migrants — President Trump’s last full year in office.
Things have gotten so bad that 42 counties in Texas have either declared or called on the Governor of Texas to declare an invasion at the border.
At least three dozen Texas counties have now declared an invasion or have called on Gov. Greg Abbott to declare an invasion at the U.S.–Mexico border, according to a recent analysis.
Since July 2022, 42 commissioners and judges have issued declarations of invasions or signed resolutions calling for such declarations across Texas. Those officials represent the counties of Atascosa, Burnet, Chambers, Clay, Collin, Ector, Edwards, Ellis, Fannin, Franklin, Goliad, Hamilton, Hardin, Harrison, Hood, Hunt, Jack, Jasper, Johnson, Kinney, Lavaca, Leon, Liberty, Live Oak, Madison, McMullen, Montague, Navarro, Orange, Parker, Presidio, Shackelford, Somervell, Terrell, Throckmorton, Tyler, Van Zandt, Waller, Wharton, Wichita, Wilson, and Wise, according to a Center Square analysis of news reports and public statements released Wednesday.
One of those counties, Clay, adopted a resolution calling for more measures to deal with an invasion at the border, Judge Mike Campbell told local media earlier this month.
“I think about all the things that we could use use that money for instead of what they’re using it for right now,” Campbell said. “But the governor needs to understand that we back him on that, and we get it. We understand that it’s a problem. And that while we wish the federal government would take care of it, they’re not doing it right now.”
Texas Governor Greg Abbott needs to do what the Biden administration isn’t doing and secure the border in Texas!