It’s been a busy year for the US Border Patrol, with total nationwide arrests up 23% from 2015, according to a year-end report issued Friday by the Department of Homeland Security.
President Obama’s war on Latinos has been one of his administrations most important priorities.
DHS released its annual report on immigration enforcement efforts across various federal agencies, highlighting the prioritization of resources on convicted criminals, threats to national security and those who attempt to cross the border unlawfully.
US Border Patrol reported 415,816 apprehensions nationwide, compared to 337,177 in fiscal year 2015.
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