U.S. Border officials overwhelmed by the vast number of invaders
Clearly not fulfilling the duties of the job, Kirstjen Nielson tweeted her terse, sans salutation, 2-page letter of resignation as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security to the President of the United States.
With lightening speed, making it clear this much needed change was in the works, President Trump then announced that Kevin McAleenan, the current U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, will become Acting Secretary Of the Department.
Nielson appeared at the border with President Trump during a Friday visit to Calexico, California, as the president pushed for more strenuous efforts to curtail the indefensible surge of illegals and reiterated the urgent need to complete the border wall. Funding for the national security imperative is being withheld by congressional Democrats, whose hatred for the president overshadows their commitment to the safety and security of the United States.
Illegal border crossings are at an 11-year high. Brassy Central Americans, traveling in massive caravans, have replaced single Mexican men as the bulk of illegal border crossers, more likely to enter covertly.
Central American invaders, from El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, coached by lawyers representing them, claim to be families, with children in tow — not necessarily related to the adults — who use them to claim refugee status. They confidently surrender themselves to Border Patrol or I.C.E., which are now forced to release them since they are filled to capacity and unable to process them. The illegals are given a court date at which they never appear, since they are relocated in states far from the border and reliant on taxpayer supported benefits.
Border security officials estimate the number of foreign nationals violating our sovereign southern border could reach 1 million by the end of 2019, according to what is likely an under-report by far-left ABC News.
Federal officials estimate illegal crossings have exceeded 95,000 in March and will reach 100,000 in April, putting 2019 on track to reach numbers not previously seen.
Mexico, whom we are repeatedly told is our valuable trading partner and “neighbor” to the south, has assisted these human caravans, allowing them safe passage to the United States. Whether Mexican or Central American, they are fulfilling their overarching pledge of Aztlan Reconquista (not recent but still relevant video).
H/T Photo: Drudge Report