Federal officials say that 150 Border Patrol agents will be sent to South Texas from Arizona, California and other locals to help process a dramatic increase in immigrants who've been apprehended after illegally crossing the border.
Agents from Tucson, Arizona and San Diego will be temporarily reassigned to the Rio Grande Valley, according to a Saturday U.S. Customs and Border Protection statement. They will have the support of additional agents working another part of the Texas border and these agents will assist with screening and processing immigrants taken into custody along the border, many of whom are unaccompanied children and families.
A church support center saw October as their busiest month since 2014 and had offered assistance to more than 5,600 illegal immigrants who hedged their bets and came to America hoping to find jobs, free healthcare, welfare, maybe an Obamaphone, food stamps, a MoveOn.org protest group, and free schools before Donald Trump got elected.
I don't know if Trump is really going to build that wall, but if he takes care of the illegal immigration problem, that would be a positive thing.