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EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Texas’ Border Wall Construction Moving at Full Steam

As the Biden Administration announces it will cancel all remaining border wall projects in South Texas, the State of Texas is pushing toward with completion of its own border barriers at a rapid pace. This border wall project, funded by the State of Texas, is Governor Greg Abbott’s answer to the migrant crisis facing his state.

Border area cleared for construction of Texas-funded border wall. (Photo: Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Biden to Cancel Border Wall Projects in Texas

The Department of Homeland Security plans to terminate all remaining border wall projects in the Border Patrol’s Laredo and Rio Grande Valley Sectors. The projects have been paused since January as the agency pondered a final determination to cancel the projects or allow some to continue. The decision brings finality to all remaining projects in South Texas.

The Department of Homeland Security plans to terminate all remaining border wall projects in the Border Patrol’s Laredo and Rio Grande Valley Sectors. The projects have been paused since January as the agency pondered a final determination to cancel the projects or allow some to continue. The decision brings finality …

WATCH: Migrants Stream into South Texas Border Town at Night

ROMA, Texas — Border Patrol agents stood in the city’s town square processing a continuous flow of mostly Central American migrants eagerly seeking to surrender. The groups, escorted from the banks of the Rio Grande by Army National Guardsmen and Roma Police, numbered more than 200 in a few hours on Tuesday alone.

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WATCH LIVE: 10 Republican Governors Address Crisis at Texas Border

MISSION, Texas — Governor Greg Abbott joins nine Republican governors along the Rio Grande border with Mexico following a briefing by state officials and the National Border Patrol Council. The state executives are gathering at what has become “ground-zero” for the massive surge of migrants illegally crossing the border following President Joe Biden’s changes in immigration and border security policies in January.

Governor Abbott meets with nine Republican governors for a border briefing in Mission, Texas. (Photo: Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Technology Aids Agents Finding Migrants in Remote Texas Border Sector

The use of hi-tech surveillance systems and aircraft enable Border Patrol agents in the Del Rio Sector to more efficiently patrol and defend the vast region in West Texas. The agents utilized ground and aerial-based systems to locate smuggled migrants and direct agents to their locations.

Technology aids Border Patrol surveillance. (Photos: U.S. Border Patrol/Del Rio Sector)

EXCLUSIVE: 125K More Haitian Migrants Expected in Mexico by December

Mexican officials are concerned that more than 125,000 Haitian migrants are expected to be in their country by the end of 2021 with the majority trying to reach the U.S. border. However, the figure could be much higher due to migrants who enter Mexico without notifying authorities. The concerns expressed by officials range from law enforcement to humanitarian and sanitary issues since Mexico does not have the resources to absorb the influx.

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Appeals Court Preserves CDC Title 42 Migrant Expulsion Protocol

The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted the Biden administration a stay against a lower court’s injunction requiring the federal government to stop using the Title 42 COVID protection protocol. The Title 42 coronavirus protection protocol allows officials to expel migrant family units from the country. The D.C. Court of Appeals issued the stay hours before the Border Patrol was set to begin releasing all migrant family unit migrants with a child into the United States.

Border Patrol agents apprehend 140 migrants, including 80 unaccompanied children, in the Arizona desert. (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/Tucson Sector)