The federal government is aiming to fire thousands of U.S. Border Patrol agents because they have not taken the experimental COVID-19 vaccines.
This despite the fact the nation is facing what essentially is an invasion of illegal aliens.
A member of Congress pointed out that there were 192,000 border illegal alien encounters – in just September.
For the year, it’s well beyond 1.7 million already.
The disaster that has developed there is because Joe Biden, when he became president, canceled or abandoned multiple programs set up by President Donald Trump that had been effective in reducing the flow of illegals.
That includes Trump’s big agenda to build a border wall, which was under way when Biden took office but not finished.
Also, Biden crashed President Trump’s “remain-in-Mexico” strategy for those who insist on being given asylum in the United States waiting in Mexico until their court case adjudications.
CBP released the latest numbers for border illegal alien encounters.
192,001 in September.
Totaling the Fiscal Year 2021 numbers to 1,734,686.
This is the highest level ever recorded.#BidensBorderCrisis
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) October 22, 2021
Now One America News is reporting that the agency “is looking to enforce Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandate by the end of November.”
That would be termination for any of the agents without the vaccine, or an approved religious or medical exemption.
The report noted Republican Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona believes it could involve as many as 5,000 workers.
And, he said, “If that many were to leave, as porous as our border already is, you’d truly have a national security crisis along your border.”
“DHS is actively working to ensure compliance with President Biden’s executive order requiring that all federal employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 by November 22, except in limited circumstances where an exception is required by law,” affirmed CBP Media Relations Headquarters Branch Chief Justin Long.
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