Alan McDonnell, Epoch Times, October 9, 2019
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced on Oct. 8 that the number of “enforcement actions” decreased in September for the fourth straight month, and were down 64 percent since their peak in May, 2019.
For September, total CBP encounters along the SW border were 52,546. This is a decrease for the fourth straight month and represents a 64% decrease since the peak in May.
“This represents the fourth month in a row of a steady decline in apprehensions,” said Morgan. “This is an unprecedented achievement.”