Joe Biden’s border crisis continues to get worse by the day.
A new report reveals that the administration is apprehending nearly 6,000 illegal immigrants a day at the U.S.-Mexico border.
And that number doesn’t even include the illegal aliens who are getting into the country through fraudulent and other sneaky ways.
The continued influx of people at the border reveals an ongoing struggle for the administration that has rushed to increase capacity for the thousands of migrant families, children, and adults crossing into the US each week.
Throughout April, Customs and Border Protection has encountered an average of just under 6,000 people daily at the southern border, according to a Department of Homeland Security official, which is in line with the March average of around 5,560 people daily.
During the first three weeks of April, around 122,000 people were encountered by US border authorities on the southwest border, another signal that the month will likely be similar to March, according to preliminary data obtained by CNN.
Last week, Arizona Sheriffs Mark Lamb and Mark Dannels, Illinois Sheriff Tony Childress, and North Carolina Sheriff Sam Page made a lot of noise going after Biden.
During an interview on Fox News, the sheriffs who serve counties at the U.S.-Mexico border and within the United States had sharp criticisms for Biden’s lack of any real mention of the ongoing border crisis during his address to the joint session of Congress on Wednesday.
Lamb told Fox News host Harris Faulkner that the crisis caused by Biden’s administration has created a nightmare situation, especially for communities on the U.S.-Mexico border.
“I’m 70 miles out from the border. They can’t even leave their kids to watch the younger kids because people coming into their carport, trying to open their doors. This is a dangerous situation…We hear the people’s voices and we’ll do our job,” Lamb said.
Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels said morale among U.S. Border Patrol and other law enforcement agencies has plummeted under Biden because of their lax policies and woke left-wing rules.
A brand new poll on the border is so bad that even CNN can’t cover for Biden.
According to a recent CNN poll, a majority of Americans think there is a “crisis” at the U.S.-Mexico border and do not approve of how Biden is handling it.
Of those polled, 78% said it is a “crisis” at the border, with only 19% saying it is not a crisis.
CNN also determined that 65% of voters disapprove of how Biden is handling the situation, which contrasts sharply with the 29% who approve.
The poll also found that the chaos at the border has led voters to lose enthusiasm regarding Biden’s overall immigration agenda.
Those who disapproved of how the president is handling immigration polled at 53%, compared to 41% who approve.
This includes Mexican crime cartels who are using the lax immigration policies of the Biden administration to openly drive to the border with 18-wheelers full of illegal immigrants and drugs to unload their cargo, according to a new report.
Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton had sued Biden’s administration for allegedly releasing Covid-infected illegal aliens into the United States.
Last month it was reported that the Biden Administration was releasing Covid positive illegal aliens into the US interior.
While there’s an increase in Covid-infected illegal aliens coming into America, Biden has substantially decreased the number of illegal aliens they are arresting.
According to Breitbart, Immigration and Customs Enforcement have carried out 75% fewer “priority” arrests, and arrests the Biden administration deems “non-priority” have been cut by over 80% compared to the same time frame in 2020.
Last week, it was revealed that the Biden administration is directing Border Patrol agents to dramatically decrease using DNA tests on apprehended migrants at the border, which was used by the Trump administration to identify “fake families.”
Border officials are now administering fewer rapid DNA tests among migrant families amid as the border crisis is raging under Joe Biden.