Are Sex Offenders Flooding Across the Border?

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Brock Benson | Civil Patriot

Brian Hastings oversees Border Patrol operations for the Rio Grande Valley in Texas and has seen a lot. But, 2021? It’s shaping up to be a doozie. 

According to Hastings, 861 criminal migrants (including 92 sex offenders) were apprehended in the Rio Grande Valley so far in 2021. 

Hastings reports that the 861 all had criminal backgrounds, some with gang ties. One Salvadoran man was a known murderer.

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With 92 known sex offenders in the bunch, the potential for disaster on the U.S. side of the border is escalating daily. In case we had any doubts, statistics bear this out: arrests of sex offenders at the U.S.-Mexico border just hit a five-year high.

The number of migrants flooding our borders is rising by the day, with February’s totals (upward of 100,000) much higher than January’s (78,000). 

Hastings added that 18,000 solo minors have been apprehended since the start of 2021. 

Let that sink in: 18 thousand children. Since January. 

We know from prior reports that many of these children came without their parents. Some are with older siblings. Some are alone. Many are being trafficked or smuggled by handlers/abusers. 

U.S. Rep. Filemon Vela, (D-Texas) shared statistics related to the children: 13 percent of unaccompanied minors are under the age of 12. She believes the older teens should be returned to their home countries, at least until the pandemic is behind us. 

I can’t help but agree, especially considering the overcrowding in the holding facilities. In our earlier coverage of the border crisis, we shared multiple details about these facilities where many of these apprehended children are housed—often sleeping side-by-side on the floors. 

The situation for these kids is dire. And that’s for the lucky ones who make it across the border. 

Now piece together those two pieces of information: 

  • More sex offenders than ever. 
  • More unaccompanied minors than ever. 
  • More potential for disaster. . .than ever. 

Project Veritas obtained an exclusive interview with an insider from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, who confirmed these numbers. 

In a leaked document, the organization revealed that “Criminal aliens with sex-related offenses are attempting to re-enter the United States in record numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic, likely due to unstable economic in their host countries.” 

“According to CBP statistics, there was a significant increase in US Border Patrol (USBP) encounters of criminal aliens with sex-related offenses during the COVID-19 pandemic in (FY) 2020, with 127 nationwide encounters from April through September 2020.” 

“The total during this time frame was higher than the combined total of 121 encounters during the previous 24 months (April 2018 – March 2020).”

“Compared to the five previous years, statistics from the leaked document show that the 2021 Fiscal Year (FY) has the highest total of recorded encounters on record.” (project veritas)

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And again I say: 

  • More sex offenders than ever.  
  • More unaccompanied minors than ever. 
  • More potential for crisis. . .than ever. 

And I can’t help but think that one man’s invitation has welcomed them all with open arms. 

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