Rio Grande Valley is unusually quiet as illegal border crossings drop to lowest point in at least 17 years – LA Times

“This area used to be really hot,” said Marlene Castro, a supervisory Border Patrol agent, as she scanned the path ahead for immigrants who had crossed the Rio Grande illegally into the United States. “You couldn’t move. Every time you turned a corner, you’d run into group after group.”

Interesting development is it not? Who would have thought that alerting people that they will be criminally prosecuted for illegally crossing the border as opposed to rewarded with tax subsidized housing food and welfare would be a deterrent? Build. The. Wall.


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