‘Catch and Release Is All But Done,’ as Border Arrests Drop for Eighth Straight Month
Thanks to the Trump administration’s immigration policies, border arrests dropped for the eighth consecutive month in January.
“The Border Patrol’s 29,200 apprehensions along the southwestern border is the at its lowest in nearly two years,” reports the Washington Times. “And the number of children and families — the toughest cases — is at its lowest since 2017.”
Another 7,479 migrants without permission to come to the United States attempted to get into the country at ports of entry, but were denied.
“Eight months ago your chance of being allowed into the United States was pretty high,” acting Customs and