By Todd Bensman as originally published November 17 by the Center for Immigration Studies AUSTIN, Texas — Two irrefutable facts militate for an immediate re-do of President Donald Trump’s original Coronavirus-containment closure order for the U.S.-Mexico border: - Mexicans sick with the virus have overrun hospitals in their own cities along the border, such as in Ciudad Juarez, to … [Read more...] about Time for a US Medical Aid Relief Operation to Mexico and Tightening the Covid “Border Closure”
By Todd Bensman as published November 10, 2020 by Homeland Security Today AUSTIN, Texas – The impact of just-concluded national balloting likely will be felt soon along the U.S. southern border. A significant swell of illegal immigration from Mexico, Central America, and also from troubled countries around the world, is predicted. Three main sources foretell the probability of a new border … [Read more...] about Homeland Security Today PERSPECTIVE: Will Another Mass-Migration Tsunami Swamp the Southwest Border?
The Recurring Coronavirus Coincidence By Todd Bensman as originally published October 27 by the Center for Immigration Studies AUSTIN, Texas — In El Paso County across from Juarez, Mexico, hospitals once again are buckling under the weight of a new Covid-19 case influx of 300 percent in just the past three weeks, drawing intense media coverage in recent days. Hospitals … [Read more...] about As Mexican Hospitals Collapse, American Border Ones Fill
The increase in the apprehension statistics is largely the result of the same people trying again and again to sneak across the border, in part because the government is not subjecting repeat crossers to criminal prosecution or other deterrents for fear of spreading Covid-19. By Todd Bensman on as published October 16, 2020 by the Center for Immigration Studies U.S. Customs and Border … [Read more...] about Repeat Border Crossers Driving Those Border Apprehension Spikes: They’re Not Real