The wife of a U.S. Border Patrol agent told Fox News on Monday that the border crisis is so severe in her community, Del Rio, Texas, that she’s been finding footprints underneath her daughters’ bedroom windows. Alison Anderson appeared on the network to share a story of just how close to home the Biden administration’s border dysfunction is hitting. The area she lives in is currently the epicenter of a humanitarian crisis and an embarrassing display of government ineptitude. “We had illegals running through the back end of our property towards our house. … We’ve had footprints from illegals, because there is nobody else on our property walking around in the middle of night, underneath our daughters’ bedroom windows,” Anderson said. She also went after Biden and those around him for refusing to acknowledge the terrible situation on the border, which she said is “out of control.”

Woman Living on Border Finds a Mom's Worst Nightmare Beneath Daughters' Bedroom Window
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Woman Living on Border Finds a Mom's Worst Nightmare Beneath Daughters' Bedroom Window

'It’s a humanitarian crisis. It’s a health crisis. And, I mean, it’s a security crisis right now,' the woman said.

When 13 United States service members were killed last month by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan, it was clear the Biden administration’s rushed exit from the country had cost innocent American blood. New information now suggests the administration is even more culpable than it initially appeared. According to India’s Firstpost, the ISIS-K suicide bomber has been identified as Abdul Rehman. He was a jihadi who had been in Afghanistan’s Bagram prison for the last four years. Yet when Biden began implementing his reckless and ill-planned withdrawal strategy in Afghanistan, chaos ensued. This very chaos allowed thousands of suspected and convicted terrorists to escape Bagram unscathed on Aug. 15, including Rehman. Just 11 days later, Rehman allegedly carried out the attack that killed 13 American service members and well over 100 civilians.

New Evidence Reveals How Biden Set Free ISIS-K Member Who Ended Up Killing 13 Service Members by Suicide Bomb: Report
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New Evidence Reveals How Biden Set Free ISIS-K Member Who Ended Up Killing 13 Service Members by Suicide Bomb: Report

New information now suggests the Biden administration is even more culpable in the death of 13 Americans than it initially appeared. 

Glen Bolger of Public Opinion Strategies told The Washington Examiner that Democrats have the potential to lose 41 House seats, which is 34 more than needed for Republicans to retake the majority. Republican campaigns in 2022 will likely center on inflation, illegal immigration and taxes. Other issues candidates may focus on include Afghanistan and COVID-19

Analysis: Midterms Look Like They Will Be Worse for Democrats than We Could Have Imagined
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Analysis: Midterms Look Like They Will Be Worse for Democrats than We Could Have Imagined

'Joe Biden’s overall disapproval rating'

“Courts have consistently ruled that prayer and proselytizing can not be sponsored by schools or school personnel,” the attorney said. Last week, school officials in Putnam County, Tennessee, were told that district employees were not allowed to lead students in prayer. That included not only teachers and staff but also coaches of athletic teams. “As a district, we absolutely understand the importance of prayer in the lives of our students, faculty, and staff members,” it said. “We support the right of students to participate in and lead spontaneous prayers. That right is and will continue to be protected.

High School Football Teams Defy Orders and Lead Fans in Stirring Postgame Prayer
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High School Football Teams Defy Orders and Lead Fans in Stirring Postgame Prayer

These students took it upon themselves to lead a postgame prayer.

“It’s crystal clear now that Derek Chauvin cannot be convicted of murder three,” said Joseph Daly, emeritus professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. One of the murder convictions against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is likely to be thrown out after a decision last week by the Minnesota Supreme Court. The Minnesota high court’s ruling said that the element of a depraved mind is not applicable if the person being charged was only focused on one victim, KMSP reported. The ruling came in the case of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was convicted of second-degree manslaughter and third-degree murder in the 2017 shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond. However, the ruling is likely to set a precedent that could be applied to the Chauvin case.

State Supreme Court Clears the Way for Full Reversal of a Derek Chauvin Murder Conviction
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State Supreme Court Clears the Way for Full Reversal of a Derek Chauvin Murder Conviction

'It's crystal clear now that Derek Chauvin cannot be convicted of murder three,' a former law professor said.
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