National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd thanks President Trump for making America confident again pic.twitter.com/7UveKfHlnc.

During a White House press briefing today, the White House urged Democrats to recognize the harm being done to Border Patrol agents and military personnel due to the Government shutdown.

View the clip from the press briefing.

Border Patrol agents thank Congresswoman Martha McSally for introducing legislation that, if passed, will pay U.S. military personnel and essential first responders/law enforcement during the government shutdown. It also ensures Congress will NOT get paid during the government shutdown.

“These brave Americans are willing to protect this nation with their lives — a priceless cost. The very least we can do is ensure they and their families can continue to pay for groceries and rent while politicians figure out this mess in DC,” said Congresswoman McSally.

Common sense approaches and a willingness to reach across the aisle to work for the American public is why Border Parol agents support Congresswoman McSally.

Congresswoman McSally’s Press Release:

View the legislation:


Legislation does not include any cuts to federal employee benefits

Last night, close to 500 amendments were offered before the Senate to its proposed budget resolution. Senator Rand Paul's proposals to cut federal employee benefits were defeated, the most severe of which lost by a vote of 94-4.

Representatives from both the House and the Senate must now meet to negotiate a unified version which would then go back for a vote before each body. Thankfully, it is clear that the Senate wants no part in cutting our pay and benefits.

As always, the National Border Patrol Council is closely monitoring all developments in Congress and continues to aggressively advocate for Border Patrol employees on Capitol Hill. We will provide additional updates as the situation in Washington, DC progresses.

OT Lawsuit

If you are a border patrol agent who is a member of the NBPC union, click here for info to sign up for the overtime lawsuit.