Texas Mayor Villalobos chides Eric Adams on migrant buses

A Texas border town official chided Mayor Adams Saturday for his furious reaction to the Lone Star State’s new push to bus asylum seekers to the Big Apple and other northern cities. “You see New York, you see Washington [DC] kind of drowning with a few buses,” McAllen Mayor Javier Villalobos scoffed in an interview … Read more

Democrats suddenly realize open borders are a disaster

Republican border-state governors are sending busloads of illegal entrants — released in their states by the Department of Homeland Security — to DC and New York City, prompting recriminations and pleas for federal cash from the Democratic mayors of those erstwhile immigrant-friendly cities. Those mayors, seemingly unwittingly, are making the governors’ point — that the … Read more

Texas men Homero Zamorano, Christian Martinez charged in deaths of 53 migrants found in truck

Two men were indicted by a federal grand jury on Wednesday on charges tied to the failed smuggling operation that disastrously led to the deaths of 53 migrants in San Antonio last month, officials said. The driver of the truck, Homero Zamorano, and the alleged planner of the operation, Christian Martinez, both Texas natives, could … Read more

Illegal immigration blamed in Uvalde, Texas school shooting: report

The US border crisis helped create lax security at the Uvalde school where 19 fourth-graders and two teachers were slaughtered, an explosive Texas report shows. State lawmakers who investigated the horrific mass shooting noted in their findings a major problem plaguing Texas border towns as law enforcement increasingly spot vehicles suspected of human smuggling — … Read more

Cocaine seizures up as more than 2 million migrants crossed border

The number of migrants crossing the southern border with Mexico in June dropped, but the number of cocaine seizures rose, according to the latest figures from US Customs and Border Protection. More than 153,000 migrants crossed the southern border with Mexico in June, bringing the total “encounters” with Border Patrol to more than 2 million … Read more

Mom of 10-year-old Ohio girl who got abortion defends rapist

The mother of a 10-year-old Ohio girl who crossed state lines to get an abortion has defended her daughter’s 27-year-old confessed rapist — who was wrongly listed as a minor during the medical visit, according to reports. The mom spoke to Telemundo while hiding behind the door of the Columbus apartment that was also listed … Read more

Texas AG demands apology for ‘whipping’ Border Patrol agents

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is demanding the Biden administration apologize for falsely accusing four mounted Border Patrol agents of whipping Haitian migrants at the southern border with Mexico last year. “There’s no doubt this was political,” Paxton told Fox News Friday, joining other Republicans in demanding a mea culpa from the president. “And it’s … Read more

Alejandro Mayorkas appears to blame victims in Texas migrant-truck horror

​Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas on Sunday appeared to blame the victims in last week’s migrant-truck horror that left 53 people dead — saying the Biden administration has repeatedly warned those trying to cross the border how dangerous it is. Mayorkas was trying to fight off critics who have blamed the administration’s alleged lax border … Read more

Illegal immigrant cleared in Kate Steinle death gets time served for gun charge

An illegal immigrant who was acquitted of murder in the 2015 shooting death of San Francisco woman Kate Steinle was sentenced on Monday to time already served over a federal weapons charge related to the high-profile case. Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate is facing deportation to his native Mexico after a federal judge in California sentenced him … Read more

Federal judge orders Title 42 kept in place

A federal judge in Louisiana has blocked the Biden administration’s decision to lift the Title 42 health order that has allowed border officials to expel tens of thousands of illegal immigrants — keeping the policy in place hours before it was set to expire. US District Judge Robert Summerhays issued his ruling on Friday, one … Read more