CBP Statistics Released – Agents Took 172,331 Illegal Aliens Into Custody in March, Then Released Them


Posted originally on the conservative tree house April 8, 2021 | Sundance | 109 Comments

The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) has released the statistics from March apprehensions at the southern U.S. border and the numbers are stunning.   More than 172,000 aliens crossed into the country illegally, approximately ten percent were unaccompanied minors (18,890), the rest were intact families.  [Source Data Here]

The mass influx, by all accounts an intentionally driven invasion, is the largest mass migration of illegal aliens into the United States in over 20 years.  The border patrol is overwhelmed and Homeland Security facilities are beyond capacity to control the crisis.  JoeBama’s phase two effort to “fundamentally transform” the United States is well underway.

WASHINGTON POST – […] The total included 18,890 teens and children who arrived without parents, a record quantity that overwhelmed U.S. shelter capacity and produced crisis-level crowding inside government border tents. The March statistics from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show the fastest-growing group were members of family units: 52,904 were taken into custody in March, up from 19,246 in February.

The increase last month was so large that it did not fit on the y-axis of the CBP chart that tracks changes in monthly enforcement data. The figures confirm preliminary data reported by The Washington Post and other news organizations last week.

President Biden last month described the surging numbers as consistent with historic seasonal trends, but the last time the U.S. Border Patrol made more arrests was March 2001. (read more)

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