El Paso

EXCLUSIVE: Video Shows Migrants Released by Biden Admin Camping on El Paso Streets

Migrants recently released by the Biden administration erected makeshift structures for several blocks and alleyways around the Sacred Heart Church in downtown El Paso. The migrants sought shade as afternoon temperatures neared 100 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday. Breitbart Texas observed the migrants, unable to bathe for several days, searching for relief from the heat on the city’s sidewalks and business entryways.

Migrants recently released by Biden administration camp our on the streets of El Paso. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Funcionarios de INM Mandan Fuerzas ‘Especiales’ Para Visita Fronteriza de Biden; Solo Posan Para Fotos

Funcionarios de migración mexicanos enviaron a más de 200 agentes a Ciudad Juárez, dos días antes de que el presidente de los Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitara El Paso para “aprender” sobre la crisis migratoria actual. Los funcionarios de inmigración mexicanos llegaron en un momento en que miles de migrantes esperan en Ciudad Juárez para cruzar a Texas. Sin embargo, el grupo “especial” solo habría participado en eventos de prensa frente a las cámaras y no habría estado en la zona ayudando a los migrantes.

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Mexican Officials Send ‘Special’ Forces Ahead of Biden Border Visit; Only Pose for Photos

Mexican immigration officials sent more than 200 agents to Ciudad Juarez, two days before U.S. President Joe Biden is set to visit El Paso, to “learn” about the current immigration crisis. The Mexican immigration officials arrived at a time when thousands of migrants await in Ciudad Juarez to cross into Texas. However, the “special” group had only made appearances in front of cameras and had not been out in the field actually helping migrants.

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Potemkin Village: Officials Clear Homeless Migrants from El Paso Streets Ahead of Biden Visit

Multiple media outlets report local police and Border Patrol agents began an effort during the last week to remove and arrest migrants from the streets of El Paso ahead of President Joe Biden’s visit to the Texas-Mexico border. The roundup appears to be an attempt to set up a Potemkin Village that paints a much different picture of the El Paso humanitarian crisis of just two weeks ago.

EL PASO, TEXAS - JANUARY 06: Immigrants prepare to bed down outside a migrant shelter on January 06, 2023 in El Paso, Texas. President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit El Paso Sunday, his first visit to the border since he became president two years before. U.S. Border authorities took …

NC Sportscaster Suspended for Referencing ‘Illegal Aliens’ During El Paso Sun Bowl Score Update

A radio announcer for the North Carolina State football team is suspended indefinitely after using the phrase “illegal aliens” during a score update about the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl game in El Paso. The City of El Paso is currently immersed in a mass migration crisis that left migrants sleeping on city streets during freezing weather conditions over the Christmas weekend.

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Texas National Guard Builds 2 Miles of Razor Wire Border Fencing near El Paso

While most families across the country celebrated the extended Christmas holiday weekend, members of the Texas National Guard built more than two miles of razor-wire border fencing near El Paso. Texas Governor Greg Abbott deployed the Guardsmen under Operation Lone Star to build the barriers after the City of El Paso declared a disaster as migrants surged across the border.

Texas National Guard soldiers build three-layer concertino wire fencing along the Rio Grande border with Mexico. (Texas Military Department)

Migrants Spend Frigid Christmas Morning on El Paso Streets

Large groups of migrants woke up Christmas morning on the streets of El Paso as temperatures fell into the 20s. City officials placed buses near migrant encampments to serve as warming stations for those who either refused to go to shelters or were ineligible for federally funded shelters.

EL PASO, TEXAS - DECEMBER 22: Children from Colombia sleep while spending the night camped with their family alongside the U.S.-Mexico border fence on December 22, 2022 in El Paso, Texas. A spike in the number of migrants seeking asylum in the United States has challenged local, state and federal …

El Paso Mayor Declares Disaster over Migrant Border Surge, End of Title 42

The mayor of El Paso declared a disaster “due to a humanitarian, security, and economic crisis resulting from a mass migration” through the city. The declaration comes as thousands of migrants continue to cross from Mexico into the city in advance of the end of the Title 42 protocol expected on Wednesday.

Migrants walk across the Rio Grande to surrender to US Border Patrol agents in El Paso, Texas, as seen from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state, Mexico, on December 13, 2022. (Photo by Herika Martinez / AFP) (Photo by HERIKA MARTINEZ/AFP via Getty Images)

El Paso Halts Migrant Buses to NYC, Chicago Until FEMA Sends Money

Despite a recent Biden Administration policy to reduce the number of Venezuelan migrant crossings along the southwest border, shelters and federal detention facility overcrowding is forcing the new arrivals onto El Paso’s streets. Those with the financial means to travel freely are sent to a downtown commercial bus depot. Meanwhile, local officials have paused dedicated buses to Chicago and New York City until federal reimbursements are met.

Migrants on buses in Massachusetts towns without warning. ( Mario Tama/Getty Images)