DHS Inspector General Sees Border Patrol Burnout; Mayorkas Says No Problem

Recent interviews or survey responses from 9,311 border enforcement personnel found agents “overworked and unable to perform their primary law-enforcement duties.” But the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) flatly rejected its own Inspector General’s recommendation for an independent investigation of deteriorating morale in the ranks.

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