This week, Biden's Homeland Security chief insisted there's no crisis at the border.
Every federal and local law enforcement official I spoke to on a recent trip to the border said the opposite.
Sunday on Full Measure, what I learned firsthand on my no-spin trip to the Arizona-Mexico border. The Biden administration had worked quickly to erase President Trump's get-tough immigration initiatives that drastically reduced illegal immigration in the last year and a half of his time office.
Border Patrol says that number of illegal immigrants intercepted in four months, nearly 300,000, has already passed all of 2018.
At this rate, this year will surpass 2018, 2019 and 2020 combined.
Under Trump most of the intercepted immigrants were turned back. Under Biden, they will be admitted.
Local officials say it's already had a dramatic impact triggering a new flood of illegal immigration. They say they worry that with the federal government now stepping back on enforcing border laws, border towns and border ranchers will be tempted to take matters into their own hands.
Meantime, local towns are being notified they'll be used as overflow to release illegal immigrants.
What are the numbers and what's ahead? Watch my investigation on the big border shift.
Also Sunday, we'll hear from Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) who's also just back from a trip to the border. He focuses on the Biden administration's reversal of Trump's "Remain in Mexico" program and predicts disaster by summer.
And we'll get the inside scoop on how the military's genetic detectives at Ft. Detrick work to solve mysteries surrounding Covid-19 and other viruses.
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