Hundreds of TSA agents will reportedly be sent to the border this summer to help immigration officials as the influx of migrants skyrockets to a 12-year high — and the agency just gave a cryptic warning about what the staffing shortage will mean for security during the busy travel season


  • The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to send as many as 575 employees to the southern border to assist immigration officials, according to a new CNN report.
  • The TSA reportedly does not plan to send workers from airport security checkpoints at the outset.
  • “We also understand that we are accepting some risk as we enter a very busy summer,” Gary Renfrow, a senior TSA official, wrote in an internal email, according to CNN.
  • Border apprehensions are now at their highest point since 2007, as over 100,000 people were apprehended at the southern border in both March and April.
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    Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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