WASHINGTON, D.C. - The United States Department of Immigration has just made a statement that is related to the recent NSA Phone Scandal.
A spokesperson for the USDI Beulah Lucy Tiggyworth, 53, stated that The U.S. Border Patrol is reporting that the influx of illegal immigrants for the month of June is presently down by 17 percent.
Border Patrol Captain Chauncey Gummycreek, 49, who is stationed in Laredo, Texas attributes this to several factors including the recent record-breaking South Texas droughts, the cicada infestation, and the over abundance of rattlesnakes.
Captain Gummycreek added that after interviewing 317 illegal aliens within the past eight days he has learned that the number of illegal immigrants crossing into the U.S. from Mexico is down due to the fact that illegal aliens do not want to come to a country that listens in on your phone conversations.
In A Related Story. Border Patrol agents in Nogales, Arizona reported stopping a truck that was filled with over 7,000 counterfeit felt bullfighting pictures that were bound for a residential location in Pocatello, Idaho.