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Border Patrol: Nearly 1,000 migrants are crossing into US undetected per day

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Border Patrol agents say that nearly 1,000 illegal immigrants are crossing into the United States each day without being identified or put in custody. This number is on top of the 3,000 illegal immigrants that border agents do encounter each day.

A new Washington Post report finds these migrants are getting past because agents are preoccupied with families and unaccompanied children, as well as an increasing amount of males entering the country.

Border agents told the Post under anonymity that the number of “get aways” has increased and is at the highest rate in recent memory. The term is defined as “an individual who is not turned back to Mexico or apprehended, and is no longer being actively pursued by Border Patrol.”

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While hard to get an accurate count of “get aways,” the agency has spent nearly $1 billion on new technologies to detect entries, the Post reports.

“When migration levels surge, as with the current influx, border agents spend significant amounts of time transporting and processing families and unaccompanied minors, who generally do not attempt to evade capture, turning themselves in and seeking humanitarian refuge in the United States,” the article reads.

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SOUNDING THE ALARM: Carter has data on the border crisis that ‘even frightens the Democratic Party’

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Sara Carter joined Steve Hilton on Fox News Sunday night to describe something so terrifying, it ‘even frightens the Democratic Party.”

People from all over the world are crossing our borders and they are not being vetted. People from “over 150 nations have already crossed this border.”

Violence is escalating on the border and Carter does not expect it to slow down. Carter adds 1.7 million migrants entered the U.S. in the last fiscal year “and being apprehended. So we expect a lot more people coming in this year.”

This is “just the first year of the Biden administration. What can happen in the next three years literally frightens me.” Carter concludes it’s so drastic, “it even frightens the Democratic Party.”

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