A scene that played out earlier this week is playing out again in San Diego. Border Patrol agents have rescued two more unaccompanied minors found abandoned by unknown adults where the border wall ends at the side of a mountain. A young boy who was also abandoned was also found this week. The alarming trend is evident with the San Diego sector recording a 64% increase this year in unaccompanied children cases.

CBS8 reports the siblings, ages five and six, were reportedly hoisted over large boulders by two unknown adults who left them there.


“Reports were they were crying, noticeably upset obviously being left there, but seemed to be in good health. They were taken back to the station and medically evaluated,” said Border Patrol spokesperson Jeff Stephenson.

Trending: “Someone had to”...Fed Up Parent Writes Epic Letter Removing His Daughter From $54K School Because of Leftist Indoctrination

“They had the mother’s name and phone number written on their arm. They also had a handwritten note essentially with the same information on it,” Stephenson said.

According to statistics released by USBP, agents apprehended more than 18,800 unaccompanied minors in March, nearly double the amount detained in February.

In many cases, parents are working with smugglers to get their children across because the Biden administration isn’t turning kids back.

Similar scenes are playing out all over the country and it will only get worse if the border isn’t closed. A report from local San Diego news shows shocking reports that the border is wide open and people are flooding through:

“The Word Got Out That The Doors Are Open:”

KUSI, San Diego: Thanks To Biden, Border Gates Are “Stuck Wide Open & People Are Walking Through”

 

Join The Conversation. Leave a Comment.


We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the ∨ icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.