Border Agents Apprehend Known Terrorists, Gang Members Entering U.S. Illegally

U.S. Customs And Border Protection Officers Are Apprehending Individuals On The Federal Terrorist Watch List, Those With Criminal Convictions And Wanted By Law Enforcement, And Gang Members Attempting To Enter The U.S. Southern Border Illegally.

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Venezuela Deliberately Releasing Violent Criminals, Sending Them To U.S. Border

A Coalition Of House Republicans Led By U.S. Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, Is “Demanding Answers About Venezuela Releasing Violent Prisoners Early And Pushing Them To Join Caravans Heading Towards Our Southern Border” In A Letter Sent To Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

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18 AGs Call On Biden To Classify Illicit Fentanyl As Weapon Of Mass Destruction

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Is Joining A Multistate Effort Urging President Biden To Classify Fentanyl As A Weapon Of Mass Destruction. The 18 State Attorneys General Demand The President Take Decisive Action In Response To The Record Increase In Overdose Deaths Related To The Lethal Substance Nationwide And The Potential For Deliberate Misuse.

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Texas Governor Sends Two Buses To VP Harris’ D.C. Residence After She Said ‘Border Is Secure’

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Sent Two Buses Of Foreign Nationals From The Southern Border To Vice President Kamala Harris’ Washington, D.C., Residence After She Twice Claimed On Sunday That The Southern Border Is Secure.

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Inspector General: Feds Didn’t Properly Vet All Afghans Who Entered U.S.

The Department Of Homeland Security And U.S. Customs And Border Protection “Cannot Be Sure They Properly Screened, Vetted, And Inspected All Evacuees” From Afghanistan Admitted Into The U.S. After The Biden Administration Withdrew U.S. Troops Last August, An Inspector General’s Office Audit Has Found.

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Biden Is Putting States On Cleanup Duty (Marsha Blackburn Op-ed)

In Tennessee, The Increase In Illegal Immigration Has Put A Heavy Burden On Law Enforcement. Just This Month In Chattanooga, A McDonald’s Employee Called The Police After She Caught Illegal Immigrants Harassing Customers For Spare Change. Beyond Petty Crime, Deadlier Than Normal Drugs Have Made It Into The Hands Of Local Dealers, Courtesy Of Cartel Mules. Illegal Drugs Laced With Fentanyl Are Now Responsible For 79% Of Drug Overdose Deaths In Nashville. When I Talk With Sheriffs About The Impact Of Drug Trafficking In Tennessee, They Tell Me What They Used To Measure In Ounces, They Now Measure In Pounds.

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Preliminary Data Shows Apprehensions, Gotaways At Southern Border Total 232,809 For July

Preliminary Data Obtained By The Center Square From A U.S. Border Patrol Agent Show Apprehensions And Gotaways At The Southern Border Total 232,809 In June. This Includes 188,787 Encounters/Apprehensions And At Least 44,022 Gotaways.

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Amendment Proposed To Democrat’s Spending Plan To Hire More Border Patrol, ICE Agents Instead Of IRS Agents

U.S. Rep. Ted Budd, R-N.C., Has Proposed An Amendment To The Democrats’ $740 Billion Inflation Reduction Act To Redirect Funding Currently Allocated To Hire 87,000 New IRS Agents To Instead Hire At Least 20,000 More Border Patrol And ICE Agents.

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Fiscal Year Through June: More Than 2 Million Encounters At Southern Border

More Than 2 Million People Have Been Encountered/Apprehended At The U.S. Southern Border In Fiscal 2022 Through June, According To Official Data Released By U.S. Customs And Border Protection.

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