Tuesday, March 23, 2021
"looked at data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection to see whether there’s a `crisis' — or even a `surge,' as many news outlets have characterized it. [They] analyzed monthly CBP data from 2012 to now and found no crisis or surge that can be attributed to Biden administration policies. Rather, the current increase in apprehensions fits a predictable pattern of seasonal changes in undocumented immigration combined with a backlog of demand because of 2020’s coronavirus border closure." (bold added).
The above excerpt was originally published in The Washington Post. Please click here to view the full article.