Former U.S. Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott despatched a letter to Senate administration warning that the agency is losing its ability to police the southern border amid an unprecedented surge in unlawful immigration.

Scott, who served in Border Patrol for practically 30 years prior to stepping down in June, furthermore warned the state of affairs is a nationwide safety menace, in accordance to his Sept. 11 letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., in addition to to Sens. Gary Peters, D-Mich., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio.

“As Chief, I was the most senior official responsible for border security between ports of entry,” Scott wrote partially. “I witnessed the [unprecedented] seismic shift in border security and immigration policy that was initiated on January 20, 2021.”

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“I believe this policy shift and the associated public statements created the current border crisis. Of greater concern, I also witnessed a lack of any meaningful effort to secure our borders. Contrary to the current rhetoric, this is not simply another immigration surge. This is a national security threat,” he continued.

Contrary to the present rhetoric, this is not merely one totally different immigration surge. This is a nationwide safety menace.

— Retired Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott

Scott went on to say he has been “sickened by the avoidable and rapid disintegration of what was arguably the most effective border security in our Nation’s history.” He blamed the deteriorating situations on inexperienced political appointees all through the Biden administration, who he claimed are ignoring the recommendation of seasoned professionals and giving false data to Congress and most individuals.

SAN DIEGO, CA - APRIL 25: Rodney Scott, chief of the Border Patrol's San Diego sector, stands for a portrait near the border wall on April 25, 2018 in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

SAN DIEGO, CA – APRIL 25: Rodney Scott, chief of the Border Patrol’s San Diego sector, stands for a portrait shut to the border wall on April 25, 2018 in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post by way of Getty Images)

“In my professional assessment, the U.S. Border Control is rapidly losing the situational awareness required to know who or what is entering our Homeland,” Scott warned. “The ability of USBP to detect and interdict those that want to evade apprehension is being degraded daily.”

Warning that the porous border is unsustainable and that transnational jail organizations are cashing in on it, Scott urged congressional administration to convene a listening to to assess the extent of the menace.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency which oversees U.S. Border Patrol, declined to remark.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., whose workplace supplied Fox News with a reproduction of the letter, stated: “CBP Chief Scott is a career, non-partisan civil servant who worked tirelessly to secure our borders and keep America safe. That he felt compelled to write this letter, which warns of the significant national security risks this administration is creating, should concern every American. I hope the Biden administration and Congress will heed his fervent warning.”

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas stated Sunday that the administration was shifting to address the most recent draw back, a complete lot of Haitian immigrants huddled all through the outside after trekking all by means of the border.

“We certainly are experiencing a challenging situation, but we are surging resources and we have a multipronged approach to this,” Mayorkas instructed CNN on Sunday. He stated that to this level the administration had added 600 brokers as a part of a surge all through the house and was working with American Red Cross and World Central Kitchen to ship provides and meals to folks.