Former Border Patrol Chief, Rodney Scott, explains how mass illegal border crossing is used as a distraction to aid smuggling of those on the terrorist watch list, as well as smuggling of drugs across the border, an huge threat to national security.
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Scott was chief agent in San Diego and also national chief of the Border Patrol. A straight-shooter, he was fired when he put the LAW before Biden’s personal, politically-correct edict. Biden ordered the Border Patrol to stop using the term “illegal alien”. Chief Scott pointed out that “illegal alien” is the legal term contained in the law and for that reason had to be used in official documents. For that, he was fired.
Under Title 42, the federal law that deals with public health, asylum seekers crossing illegally were being expelled immediately across the border back to Mexico. This policy was started during the Trump term as a measure against the spread of Covid. Under Biden, the policy was continued for a while, even though some big holes were punched in it, allowing unaccompanied minors and pregnant woman to remain in the US. Recently, he decided to do away with the policy completely. Though a judge has put an injunction against removal of the policy for now, it may still be lifted in the near future. In any case the Border Patrol is already greatly hampered by the flow of asylum seekers that Biden is accepting, currently.
Chief Scott makes a couple of really important points.
First, that mass illegal border crossing is used by the smuggling cartels to distract attention, so that they can more easily slip drugs and those with potential terrorist connections across the border. While the agents are tied up processing asylum seekers, who generally are not even qualified for asylum, the smugglers take advantage of an unprotected border.
Second, the Border Patrol will be overwhelmed if the Title 24 policy is completely lifted and this is a huge national security threat. He points out that, even as things are now, the Border Patrol is on the verge of being overwhelmed. He refers to it taking much longer for agents to process asylum seekers. If the Title 42 policy is completely removed, the Border Patrol will be totally overwhelmed by the increased workload for the agents and the entire southwestern border will become essentially unpatrolled and almost completely open for the smuggling of drugs and potential terrorists.
There are thousands of people with potential ties to terrorism, who are caught every year trying to enter the US illegally, either flying in or crossing the border illegally. No one can know how many are not caught. The rule of thumb for illegal border crossers has been that three get away for every one that is caught. If Border Patrol becomes totally overwhelmed, they will be catching few, if any, of these potential terrorists. If they are not themselves terrorists, many will be sympathetic to terrorism and help create a environment where a community can thrive, which supports terrorism against the US.
Read this DHS report to learn more about the thousands of real or potential terrorists crossing the border every year, called Special Interest Aliens.