Hits on Gov. Rick Perry’s virtual border fence Web site are dwindling, even as he prepares to spend another $2 million to keep the program running.
A review of Web traffic data by the Texas Tribune shows a steady drop over the last year in the number of people who log onto the Texas Border Watch Web site to patrol for illegal immigrants and criminals.
With few visitors to the site, experts say the Texas Border Watch likely won’t detect many criminals or produce promised advertising revenue to sustain itself.
“I’d call shenanigans on that; there’s ...