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Border Patrol warns Biden that ‘overwhelmed’ staff can’t cope with ‘crisis’ levels of immigration

Migrants cross the border into El Paso, Texas, on Wednesday, as seen from Ciudad Juarez in Mexico

Agents Reveal How Migrants Are Heading For US Because They ‘Hear On The News We Are Letting People In’ – As Cartel Warfare Breaks Out On Border

By ADAM SCHRADER

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

A Border Patrol chief said the flood of immigrants trying to cross into the US is at ‘crisis’ levels – as a gun battle erupted between two gangs and a Honduran migrant said he was encouraged to come after watching the news.

Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, told Fox News that the situation has become an emergency over the past week, despite the White House maintaining it is not a crisis, just a ‘big problem.

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