Just 10 days ago, The Rundown News reported that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) had apprehended a violent MS-13 gang member and multiple sex offenders attempting to illegally enter the United States.
“On Thursday, Rio Grande City agents working in Roma, Texas, arrested a Salvadoran national after entering the U.S. illegally. During processing, the man admitted to being a member of the Mara-Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang,” a press release dated Jan. 13 said.
In a press release dated Monday, Jan. 27, CBP shared the exact same message referring to a different illegal border crosser. Here’s the text from the Jan. 27 release:
“On Thursday, Rio Grande City agents working near Roma, Texas, arrested a Salvadoran national after entering the U.S. illegally. During processing, record checks indicated the man is a member of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang,” it said.
Roma is located in the Rio Grande Valley, a portion of border known for being highly trafficked by illegal aliens. Fisher Industries, a construction company based in North Dakota, has been contracted by We Build The Wall, the viral crowdfunding non-profit, to build sections of border wall on private land.
Fisher Industries’ latest project is 3.5 miles of border wall in Mission, TX, in the Rio Grande Valley. The group is putting the finishing touches on that job site at the time of this writing. The company also received a $400 million federal government contract to build more border wall in still-unspecified locations.
The “Groundhog Day” style press releases issued by CBP, which report on the same types of undesirables attempting to cross into the United States time and again, illustrate the need for a border wall to be completed in the Rio Grande.
In the Jan 13. release, CBP arrested two previously-convicted sex offenders attempting to illegally re-enter.
The Rundown News reported at the time:
Sunday, the federal law enforcement agency arrested a Mexican National in McAllen, TX. A background check turned up a conviction for first-degree sexual assault in Nebraska, for which he served a one year prison sentence.
Hours later, CBP agents working near Pharr, TX, just miles from McAllen, arrested another illegal border crosser who was convicted in Jacksonville County, FL of impregnating a child under 16 years of age, along with battery. That man pleaded guilty to the charges and served one year in prison.
In Monday’s press release, there was an eerily similar story. CBP apprehended an illegally alien who was wanted for child sex crimes.
“On Sunday, Brownsville agents arrested a Mexican national after entering the United States illegally,” the release said. “During processing, record checks revealed the man has an outstanding arrest warrant in Georgia. The Tifton Police Department issued a warrant for his arrest for Statutory rape and child molestation. Subject will be extradited by federal authorities to Georgia.”
Meanwhile, Democrats in Congress remain focused on their dud impeachment charade, shirking their responsibilities to their constituents and to securing America’s national security.
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