Venezuelan Gang Threatens American Safety And Security

A Venezuelan prison gang, Tren de Aragua (TdA), is establishing a foothold in the United States and is now a serious threat to public safety. The notorious gang is infiltrating American cities as just another troubling development tied closely to Joe Biden’s ongoing open borders disaster.

TdA has been linked to several U.S. crimes, including the shocking case of Laken Riley, a Georgia nursing student murdered while out for a run. Venezuelan national and illegal migrant Jose Ibarra has been arrested for her killing. He is reportedly directly connected to TdA. The Riley case has become a national flashpoint as the number of dangerous criminals and suspects on the terror watchlist being permitted to enter and remain in the country with little oversight or consequence continues to surge.

Border security officials, including those from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), have expressed frustration over the difficulty in deporting Venezuelan nationals due to diplomatic standoffs. Venezuela refuses to accept deported citizens, complicating U.S. efforts to manage illegal immigration and safeguard communities from foreign criminals. Despite over 335,000 encounters with Venezuelans at the border in fiscal year 2023, only 834 were deported, reflecting a significant gap in the enforcement of immigration laws.

The administration has made attempts to address the influx of Venezuelan migrants by initiating repatriation flights. However, the effectiveness of these measures remains in question as deported individuals often re-enter the U.S. as “gotaways,” a term used to describe migrants who successfully evade border security. This revolving door situation is exacerbated by legal and logistical challenges, including the temporary protected status extended to certain Venezuelan immigrants, making their deportation even more complicated.

 

Moreover, the possible collaboration between TdA and the infamous Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) signals an alarming escalation in gang-related threats within U.S. borders. Such alliances could fuel turf wars and organized crime, endangering communities and stretching law enforcement resources thin.

The Biden administration’s immigration policies have come under fire for their perceived role in facilitating this crisis. Critics argue that the approach, which has included bussing and flying migrants across the U.S., has inadvertently spread the influence of dangerous gangs like TdA. The recent impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over accusations of non-compliance and breach of public trust adds to the controversy surrounding the federal response to immigration and border security.

 

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