The Border Patrol arrested five females and six males from Iran on February 1st as they illegally crossed into the United States near San Luis, Arizona. They were taken to the Yuma station for processing. (The Epoch Times) There are two lawsuits against the Biden executive order that halted deportations.
11 Iranians arrested in Arizona after jumping US-Mexico border: Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents encountered the group near San Luis 🚨🇺🇸 Fox News #NatSec #Terrorism #OpenBorders https://t.co/QtG9NjpW97
— TheCyberChick (@warriors_mom) February 4, 2021
The Border Patrol reported:
Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a group of 11 Iranian citizens who illegally crossed the border into the United States Monday evening.
At approximately 6 p.m., BP agents encountered the group near San Luis, Arizona, on a bridge near County 21st Street and the Salinity Canal. Agents determined the group had illegally crossed the international border into the U.S. The group was arrested and taken to Yuma Station for processing. The five females and six males are were [sic] all from Iran, a Special Interest Country…
…For the last two fiscal years, Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents have led the nation in apprehending illegal crossers from Iran. Yuma Sector agents apprehended eight Iranian nationals in FY2020, compared to just 14 from all other border patrol sectors combined. So far in FY2021, Yuma Sector agents have apprehend 14 nationals from Iran.
The primary mission of the Border Patrol is to prevent nefarious people and devices from entering the United States. Iran is a designated Special Interest Country and the agents of Yuma Sector work diligently to protect our borders for the safety of our nation. Border security is national security.
US Border Patrol press release
The Biden Administration faces lawsuits over their moratorium on deportations from Arizona and Texas.
Our office filed a lawsuit against DHS and federal officials over a policy that puts Arizona public safety at risk. The 100-Day Pause on Deportations includes those charged with or convicted of a crime.https://t.co/fCJpMGhn0Z (1/3) pic.twitter.com/16t0QG8Fz9
— Mark Brnovich (@GeneralBrnovich) February 3, 2021
The 100-Day Pause on Deportations includes those charged with or convicted of a crime. Law enforcement officials have told our office they are concerned about whether released individuals are being tested for COVID-19.
AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich
As we previously reported, Texas Judge Drew Tipton issued a temporary injunction against Biden’s moratorium. It was only to last two weeks. It is unclear how Biden will view this case about the Iranians, if he’s even told about it.
The Border Patrol encounters people from all over the world on a regular basis. Iran is a “special interest” country because of the terrorism their government sponsors. The danger to the United States, whether by disease or terror is real. Open borders are a huge national security issue.
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