The U.S. Customs and Border Protection released its June 2022 Monthly Operational Report showing record levels of border crossings are continuing, including a record-setting number of terrorist sightings and an increased number of unaccompanied children and illegal drugs found at the U.S.-Mexico border.
In the report, the CBP said there were more than 207,416 encounters at the U.S.-Mexico border for the month of June. While the overall number of border interactions is down from May’s all-time high of 239,000, it is the fourth month in a row of more than 200,000 encounters.
More than 200,000 encounters, record terrorist sightings'
15,271 unaccompanied children.
26% were seeking to enter the U.S. after having a prior encounter within 12 months.
68% were single adults, without children or accompanied family members.
1,746,119 total encounters at the southern border in the 2022 fiscal year.
Eclipses 1,734,686 encounters in the 2021 fiscal year with three months remaining.
Terrorist hits 6, total 56 for FY’22, double previous four year total.
"The human smugglers only care about your money - not your life or the lives of your loved ones. They are defying law enforcement by 'brutally' raping young girls at border."