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"Southern border, Native American & White House" - Congressional Intelligence Report

March 17, 2021Evan Robert

EdgeTheory routinely analyzes the top congressional narrative trends dominating social media and presents them in a concise blog post.

Data is acquired using Kudzu, an innovative Conversation Trend and Narrative Intelligence technology. To learn more about how EdgeTheory's tech works, click here.

Spotlight Trend: Southern border

"Southern border" has emerged as a top congressional narrative over the past three days. The trend, which has been amplified by several members of Congress, stems from an Axios report which stated that four alleged watchlist terrorists have been arrested at the U.S.-Mexico border.

The article detailed how the Customs and Border Protection Agency confirmed that the four individuals, who have been arrested over the span of October 2020 to present, were also individuals on the FBI's terrorist database.

Below is our amplification timeline of this trend.

Articles and Amplifiers

Deb Haaland Confirmed As First Native American Interior Secretary

Amplifiers - 7

Biden Eyes First Major Tax Hike Since 1993 in Next Economic Plan

Amplifiers - 6

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