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Washington Post: Coyotes Create Bus Network to Deliver Migrants into U.S. Jobs
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Mar 15, 2019 7:29 PM 1+ week ago

By using the direct-bus method, smugglers can eliminate the need for stash houses along the border where they would normally keep migrants under the watch of armed guards before sneaking them across the border. The express routes "minimize overhead and maximize capacity," according to the U.S. documents, allowing smugglers to reduce "operational costs to a minimum."

The bus network exists because progressive judges, plus Republicans and Democrats, have cut a series of loopholes in popular U.S. border laws.

By creating or tolerating the loopholes, the judges and Congress are deliberately allowing the cartels to convert their many illegal-immigrant partners into legal asylum-seeking clients -- so imposing huge workplace and taxpayer costs on ordinary Americans.

The judges' loopholes, for example, require border officials to quickly release migrants who bring their children with them across the border. The resulting catch-and-release policy allows the migrants to get through the border wall and into U.S. jobs in one day.

Judges have ...

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