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‘Biden Has No Clue of What’s Actually Coming in…This Is All on Him,’ Border Agents Union Says

By Craig Bannister | September 20, 2022 | 4:13pm EDT
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President Joe Biden has no idea who his open-borders policy is letting into the U.S., the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) warned on Tuesday.

“We see the same reports you do about a dictator emptying his prisons and sending them to the U.S.,” the union representing the nation’s border patrol agents tweeted, noting that it’s impossible to properly vet the overwhelming wave of illegal immigrants flooding into the country:

“We will say this. Biden has no clue what's actually coming in. There is absolutely no way to properly vet 2,100,000 people in a mad rush to the border this year.”

“This is all on him,” the NBPC tweet concluded.

The situation is made even dangerous because liberals don’t care that illegal immigrants are coming in from countries that don’t have diplomatic relations with the U.S., the Council tweeted on Monday:

“Waiting for the leftists desperately trying to defend Biden's policies to give an explanation about how the 2.1 million apprehended so far this fiscal year have been properly vetted. How were record checks obtained from countries that have no diplomatic relations with the U.S.?”

Indeed, as CNSNews.com reported on Tuesday, the number of times the U.S. Border Patrol has encountered an individual on the terrorist watchlist attempting to illegally cross the southwest border between the legal ports of entry in fiscal 2022 is up more than five-fold from fiscal 2021.

“Failing communist regimes in Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba are driving a new wave of migration across the Western Hemisphere, including the recent increase in encounters at the southwest U.S. border,” said U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Commissioner Chris Magnus reported Monday.

CBP has logged a record 2.1 million "enforcement" actions involving people coming to this country by way of Mexico, to date, in Fiscal Year 2022, which ends on September 30.

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