Border Patrol

Federal Judge Orders Biden Admin to Stop Cutting Texas Border Barriers

A federal judge in the Western District of Texas issued a Temporary Restraining Order against the Biden administration prohibiting the “disassembling, degrading, tampering with” border barriers put in place by the State of Texas. The move comes after multiple reports of Border Patrol agents cutting the concertina wire barriers put in place by order of the governor of Texas.

Border Patrol agents cutting and moving razor wire near Eagle Pass, Texas. ()

Dem Rep. Correa: COVID Is Part of Why Border Patrol Morale Is Low

During an interview with NewsNation aired on Wednesday’s broadcast of “Elizabeth Vargas Reports,” Ranking Member of the Border Security and Enforcement Subcommittee of the House Homeland Security Committee Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) acknowledged that low morale among Border Patrol agents

Lou Correa on border on NewsNation on 6/14/2023

Exclusive: Oklahoma Rep. Markwayne Mullin Accuses Biden of ‘Intentional’ Border Crisis, Making All States ‘Border States’

Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK), who is running for Sen. Jim Inhofe’s (R-OK) open Senate seat, accused President Biden of significantly damaging national security by deliberately creating a border crisis to expand the Democrat voter bloc, calling for an investigation into the president over his actions as well as the “lawless activity” of his son Hunter, while blasting his attempts to “force” an unwelcome nuclear deal with Iran that only benefits Russia.

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EXCLUSIVE: Probe into Border Patrol Agents Accused of ‘Whipping’ Migrants Ends – Charging Decision Imminent

A Department of Homeland Security source with knowledge of the case says the CBP Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) has concluded its investigation into the September incident where mounted Border Patrol agents were accused of “whipping” or “strapping” Haitian migrants near Del Rio, Texas. The source notes a final decision on possible criminal charges is imminent from the Justice Department. Several agents are subject to the investigation and remain on administrative duties.

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