According to a recent report on Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic, there has been a staggering 717% increase in crossings in just one sector of the US-Mexico border. Specifically, the report focused on the Del Rio sector in Texas, which saw a massive influx of migrants attempting to cross into the United States in recent months.
This increase in crossings has been attributed to a number of factors, including a shift in US immigration policy under the new Biden administration, worsening economic conditions in Central America, and ongoing political instability in countries such as Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.
As a result of this influx of migrants, the US immigration system has been placed under considerable strain, with Border Patrol agents and other officials struggling to process and detain the large numbers of individuals attempting to enter the country.
Moreover, the report notes that many of these migrants are being released into the United States pending the adjudication of their immigration cases, which has raised concerns about the potential for a surge in illegal immigration and associated criminal activity.
In response to these challenges, the Biden administration has proposed a number of measures aimed at addressing the root causes of migration from Central America, including increased foreign aid, economic development programs, and efforts to address corruption and political instability in the region.
However, critics of the administration have argued that these efforts are insufficient, and that more must be done to secure the US-Mexico border and prevent illegal migration.
Regardless of the ultimate resolution of these debates, it is clear that the issue of migration at the US-Mexico border will remain a contentious and divisive topic in the coming months and years.