When the border is as porous as the southern border of the United States is, anyone – including dangerous criminals – can enter the country.
“Border Patrol agents in the San Diego area nabbed 25 illegal immigrant sex offenders in all of 2020. Now they have arrested 12 in just the past two months,” according to The Washington Times.
“In Del Rio, a once-quiet part of the border in Texas, law enforcement said arrests of Border Patrol sex offenders are up a staggering 2,500% this year. On one day in March, agents nabbed three offenders in just three hours, part of a flurry of seven offenders in less than two weeks. [emphasis added]
“All along the U.S.-Mexico boundary, agents report an “alarming” number of sex offenders attempting to sneak in, another grim reality of the border surge.
“The latest came Monday when agents in McAllen, Texas, nabbed a 49-year-old man convicted of sexual abuse in 2016 after a 2014 incident involving a 9-year-old girl. [emphasis added]
“Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, said it’s a simple matter of math. More people are rushing the border, and more of them are sex offenders.”
For more of this report, please go to The Washington Times.
Please share your thoughts about illegal alien sex offenders entering the United States across our southern border by emailing [email protected]. In your opinion, who is to blame for this growing and dangerous crisis?
U.S. Border Patrol agents in Southern California have arrested 12 illegal immigrants who are sex offenders in just the past two months after capturing 25 total all of last year. #TWTFrontPagehttps://t.co/gEgnWUjRtA
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) May 18, 2021