The number of nonwhite invaders seeking to force their way into America to parasite off the white-created society is back to Obama-era levels with a 23o percent in April 2018 compared to April 2017—and more than 159 fakers from the “migrant caravan” have now applied for “asylum” from their self-created disaster zones in Central America.
According to statistics released by the US Customs and Border Protection, 38,234 nonwhites were apprehended trying to break their way into America in April over the Southwest Border.
At the same time, CBP Officers arrested a further 12,690 more would-be invaders who tried to come through the official ports of entry without permission.
In April 2017, CBP officers arrested 11,112 nonwhites trying to break through the border, and arrested 4,646 others at crossing points.
So far this year, CBP officers have arrested 128,257 nonwhites trying to break through the Southwest border crossing, the CBP figures also showed.
As a report in the Washington Post pointed out, these figures mean that the total number of invaders are “back to where they were during the Obama era.”
The newspaper quoted Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, which represents border agents, as saying that the reason for the upsurge is a realization among the invaders that the still “de facto “catch-and-release” policy” which means that most of the invaders are “quickly put back out on the streets, with the hope that they’ll return to be deported later.”
“Perhaps 75 percent of all migrants caught by Border Patrol agents are given catch and release,” Judd said, adding that “knowing they’ll be released rather than quickly deported has served as an enticement for more illegal immigrants to make the journey.”
“The reason is obvious: If you can cross the border illegally without any consequence, why not? As long as the catch-and-release policy-program exists, large numbers of people are going to cross the border illegally,” Judd continued.
“In 2017 and due to the rhetoric we had fewer apprehensions than any year in the past 45 years. It was simply because people believed that if they crossed the border illegally they would be held until their deportation hearing,” he added.
The increase from the previous year is also because of the perception raised by US President Donald Trump’s “get-tough rhetoric.”
“But,” Judd said, “that didn’t end up happening. Smugglers quickly realized everything was status quo, and they’re once again recruiting people to enter our country illegally,” he said.
“Illegal immigrant children traveling alone, and families traveling together, are a particular target for the smugglers, who assure the migrants they can win a foothold in the U.S. Officials say it’s so bad that some illegal immigrants have taken to kidnapping or ‘borrowing’ children en route to the U.S. so they can pose as a family and get more lenient treatment.
More than a third of those caught by Border Patrol agents in April were Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) or families, while for CBP officers the rate has soared to more than 50 percent.
Children and families are two groups that particularly benefit from catch-and-release, thanks to court rulings that have set strict limits on how long children can be held in detention. Releasing them virtually guarantees they don’t show up for their deportations.
Still other rank-and-file illegal immigrants are also processed and released if there’s not enough detention space in the system to hold them.
Judd said all that leads to the 75 percent catch-and-release figure. Given the more than 38,000 invaders apprehended last month, that would mean more than 28,500 of them are likely to be quickly released.
The report added that Administration officials have ended “administrative catch and release,” which means they no longer have an official policy calling for some classes of illegal immigrants to be released automatically.
“But they said a lack of detention bed space and demands set by federal courts still force catch-and-release for many illegal immigrants.”
In other words, the nonwhites are overwhelming the CBP resources with numbers—knowing that the authorities will be forced to release them instead of simply throwing them back across the border, which would be the policy of any sensible nation.
- A Reuters report revealed that as of May 3, about 158 nonwhites from the “migrant caravan” had been let into the US to lodge “asylum” claims at the San Ysidro crossing.