10 million more illegal aliens coming to America?by Hugh Holub on Mar. 16, 2011, under border issues, border patrol, border patrol tucson sector, immigration law reform, mexico, politics
Some interesting news March 16, 2011:
The first article was in the Arizona Daily Star:
WASHINGTON – Technology to replace a now defunct virtual-fence project at the Mexican border likely won’t be fully in place for at least another decade, maybe longer, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Richard Stana, director of homeland security and justice issues at the GAO, said Tuesday that the mix of cameras, radar and other sophisticated technology will first be deployed to the border in Arizona over the next two years. The technology mix is expected to be fully deployed in that state by 2015 or 2016.
Stana, who testified Tuesday before a House subcommittee on border and maritime security, said the security project would next expand to California, New Mexico and Texas but isn’t likely to be fully in place until at least 2021, and possibly not until 2026.
The second article was in the March 16, 2011 USA Today:
WASHINGTON — National Guard troops that have helped beef up security along the southwestern border since last summer will leave as planned by the second week of June, the commander of the Arizona Guard told a House panel Tuesday….
….Gov. Jan Brewer, who called for the National Guard deployment last summer and has sued the federal government for not enforcing immigration laws, said Tuesday that she was disappointed that the deployment was ending on schedule.”It’s inexcusable and inexplicable to consider withdrawal of National Guard troops from our southern border at a time when cartel violence continues and the security of the border region remains under threat from drug and human smugglers,” she said. “Unfortunately, this appears to be further evidence that the White House is not fully committed to devoting the manpower and resources necessary to secure the border. Rather than withdrawing National Guard troops, the president ought to consider using them as a long-term tool to augment the nation’s border-security strategy.” …
So…. with the Border Patrol running around all over the state and not concentrated at the border…
…with the physical fence not completed and gaps remaining in the border…
… and with the virtual fence going to take 10 years to finish…
…and with the National Guard gone….
..looks to me like we’re going to keep accumulating illegal aliens for the next 10 years.
At the rate this is going on…are we going to have another 10 million illegal aliens by 2021?