“CBP officers were ‘contentious and uncooperative … They tried to restrict what we saw, take our phones, block photos and video.’ Some people had been in their cells for 50 days or more, and were sleep-deprived and filthy … Women they encountered were sobbing after being separated from their children.” The day members of Congress visited detention camps on the border.

+ “At CBP, one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the country, more than 100 employees died by suicide between 2007 and 2018, according to the agency itself. Morale among CBP officers ranks among the lowest of all federal agencies.” The situation on the border is a lose-lose situation. (And one could safely add a few more loses without challenging that statement’s validity.) Quartz: “Bodies and minds are breaking down”: Inside US border agency’s suicide crisis.