This shocking discovery by Border Patrol will leave you red with rage

Everyone knows the border is a mess. But what was just uncovered is simply astounding.

And this shocking discovery by Border Patrol will leave you red with rage.

According to Fox News, America’s border crisis continues to grow, with Customs and Border Protection personnel encountering a record 12,600 migrants in 24 hours on Monday.

Thousands of recently arrived migrants huddled in tight lines as they awaited processing after crossing into Eagle Pass, Texas, illegally.

Many had crossed the Rio Grande River, which serves as the boundary between the United States and Mexico, with the intention of seeking refuge.

Numbers have reached their greatest level since the repeal of Title 42 provisions in May. More than 304,000 migrants attempted to enter the U.S. in August, 341,000 in September, and 310,000 in October.

Because border resources are so limited, road and rail crossings have been closed so that all available officers may be diverted to processing arriving migrants.

“Do not just show up at the border. Stay where you are and apply legally from there,” President Biden said in January.

A month later, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas stated, “People who arrive at the border without using a lawful pathway will be presumed ineligible for asylum.”

In actuality, 78% of all those encountered at the Southwest border in October — 188,778 persons – entered the nation illegally between points of entry.

The vast majority are not being deported, with the Department of Homeland Security admitting that between May and September, they removed or returned “over 300,000 individuals,” which corresponds to around 60,000 people per month – fewer than 30% of those who entered on U.S. soil during that time.

Those now arriving at the border are not just those who claim to be fleeing persecution and failing regimes in South America. CBP data reveal a surge in visitors from China, India, Russia, and Africa.

Oussama, a Moroccan migrant, recently told various media outlets that he had given up being an online gamer in his home country and tried his luck at the southern border in search of work and a better paying job, telling reporters: “I love you Joe Biden, thank you for everything Joe Biden,” once in the U.S.

He was processed and permitted into the nation before being photographed in New York City, where he claimed to be looking for work.

While authorities are unable to prevent the tide of individuals arriving – which has increased every year of Biden’s presidency, with CBP recording 1.9 million border contacts in fiscal year 2021, 2.8 million in 2022, and 3.2 million in 2023 – the immigration court system is also unable to adequately handle them.

According to Transactional Records Access Clearing House (TRAC), the U.S. Immigration Court had a historic backlog of over three million pending cases as of November.

After passing the two million case mark for the first time in 2022, that figure has increased by almost a million in a single year.

According to TRAC, the present backlog translates to approximately 4,500 cases for each immigration judge in the court system.

Because of the volume of cases, hearings are being pushed out by many months, which means that when migrants initially arrive in the nation, they are given initial court dates years in advance.

Meanwhile, the three million people who are awaiting their hearings are free to stay and, after six months, lawfully work until their cases are heard by a judge. According to some analysts, this is precisely what is attracting so many people to the southern border.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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