Arrest Of Illegal Aliens Skyrockets In PRC: LA Times Wonders Why

It’s a mystery, y’all!

Migrant arrests are up along the border in California and dropping in Texas. Why?

A new pattern emerged along the nation’s southern border last month: Migrant arrests plummeted at the Texas border in January compared to the same month a year ago. At the same time, similar arrests soared year-over-year at entry points in California and Arizona.

Experts say a combination of factors is likely causing the shift, which has led to several thousand migrants entering California each week while they await court dates for immigration proceedings.

Stepped-up enforcement efforts by the governments of Mexico, Panama and Colombia, and heightened violence by cartels on the Mexican side of the Texas border have likely slowed expected migration into that state.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s restrictive new immigration policies, including installing razor wire along some parts of the border and a new state law that could take effect next month, could also be playing a role.

“Could be”, you know. And this is why the media is not trusted: those other reasons have validity, but, the minute Texas started really putting up their border barriers and especially the ones in the Rio Grande the number of illegals crossing dropped and shifted to the People’s Republik Of California.

“For something to change that much that quickly, it’s either word of mouth among migrants or some change among smuggling patterns, or both,” said Adam Isacson, director for defense oversight at the Washington Office on Latin America, a research and advocacy organization.

Yeah, the word of mouth got out to the illegals and they shifted their entry point state.

He said some migrants and smugglers may already be changing their routes in anticipation of the Texas law, which would authorize local police to charge migrants with illegal entry and reentry, punishable by six months in jail or up to 20 years in prison, respectively. The American Civil Liberties Union and other advocacy groups have issued warnings for immigrants to avoid travel in Texas.

Finally, they’re giving Texas their due credit. And what’s with the ACLU protecting potential illegal aliens over U.S. citizens? The cool thing is now the illegal alien supporters in the PRC are started to get a great taste above the normal levels

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5 Responses to “Arrest Of Illegal Aliens Skyrockets In PRC: LA Times Wonders Why”

  1. h says:

    do you think it is against the law for a migrant to enter the USA and ask for asylum?
    Exactly what law is that ?


  2. James Lewis says:


    Yes, it is.

    Under federal law, it is a crime for anyone to enter into the US without the approval of an immigration officer – it’s a misdemeanor offense that carries fines and no more than six months in prison.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Mr Lewis,

      Individuals must either be in the US or at a Port of Entry to request asylum.

      See President Biden’s rule (05/16/2023) – Circumvention of Lawful Pathways (CLP) rule:

      Under the rule, certain individuals who enter the United States through its southwest land border or adjacent coastal borders are presumed to be ineligible for asylum, unless they can demonstrate an exception to the rule or rebut the presumption. Individuals are encouraged to use lawful, safe, and orderly pathways to come to the United States.

      If you wish to read up on seeking asylum:

      Also note 8 USC 1324 regarding transporting illegal aliens. If those migrants shipped by Gov Abbott to Chicago, NY, Philly etc are illegal aliens, Gov Abbott is breaking federal law.

      Do you believe those migrants bussed out of Texas are illegal aliens?

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