On Monday, tensions flared up at the U.S.-Mexico border along the Rio Grande in El Paso.
A large group of migrants crossed the border waving Venezuelan and Honduran flags and Border Patrol fired crowd-control projectiles.
A large number of Venezuelan migrants have been sent back to Mexico since mid-October with many of them staying in border cities, hoping the Biden administration changes their policies, letting them in.
In Juárez, dozens have been sleeping on the south banks of the Rio Grande, hoping for a change in U.S. policy.
A video captured on Oct. 31 shows dozens of Border Patrol agents and support personnel forming a line along the border near the Loop 375 overpass south of the Chihuahuita neighborhood and the railroad tracks to push the migrant group back to Mexico.
This growing tension on the border must be addressed immediately following the GOP taking control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress on January 20th, 2023.
DHS Secretary Mayorkas must be impeached, and funding to complete the wall must be passed, forcing Biden to decide if he wants to protect Americans for once.
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