February border numbers were recently reported.
The numbers were lower than previous months, which caused the Biden administration to take credit for the win.
But was it really a win?
Still Out of Control
Last month, 155,000 illegal immigrants crossed the border.
Joe Biden says this is a win because the numbers went down.
I cannot help but laugh because that is still roughly five times what we were seeing before he took office.
Until he gets that number down below 50,000, he needs to keep his mouth shut.
Fox News reported, “There were 154,998 migrant encounters at the southern border in February, down from the 166,010 encountered in February 2022 and down slightly from the 156,770 encountered in January 2023.
“In February 2021, there were 101,099 encounters and 36,687 encounters in February 2020.”
Ask and you shall receive @CBP just released their latest encounter numbers—February saw 154,998 apprehensions at the southern border, down slightly from January.
Despite a decrease in encounters— 1,029,953 migrants have been encountered at the border since Oct.1st (FYTD23). pic.twitter.com/3dy2zcjXHb
— Ali Bradley (@AliBradleyTV) March 15, 2023
Bradley also offered some context regarding the selective reporting being done on this.
She stated, “Despite a decrease in encounters— 1,029,953 migrants have been encountered at the border since Oct.1st (FYTD23).
“When you include the northern and coastal sectors— @CBP reports 212,266 nationwide migrant encounters which is up from 208,511 in January.”
So, as usual, this administration is not being completely honest with the American people.
Source: Fox News
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