DHS Leadership Ignores Agents' Pleas for Help
Check out the latest from Mark Morgan in The Washington Times:
This past week we all caught a glimpse into the magnitude of the fecklessness shown by Department of Homeland Security leadership as Border Patrol agents confronted them. While attending a “muster” in Yuma, Arizona, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was inundated with passionate, well-informed and legitimate concerns from the agents.
Their questions centered around the dramatic shift away from previous effective policies, resulting in the worst crisis along our southern border in modern history. Agents also voiced their dismay over their inability to safeguard the nation because they’re constantly being pulled off the front line to address the massive invasion of more than 3 million illegal immigrants who attempted to break into our country during the past 12 months.