While our mainstream media ignores the literal invasion at our southern border, there are a few people who are reporting on it.
Jaeson Jones reports on Twitter about the constant crossings at the Rio Grande River (see video below) and the trend of human smuggling happening within our borders. It’s unbelievable!
Jaeson Jones of TRIPWIRES & TRIGGERS–BAILOUTS tweeted out the video below that is the definition of stunning:
I recently spoke about the trend of seeing BAILOUTS farther north of our southern border than ever before. This trend is a direct result of the operational failure at our border. Expect an increase in human smuggling & trafficking cases nationwide.
TRIPWIRES & TRIGGERS–BAILOUTS-I recently spoke about the trend of seeing BAILOUTS farther north of our southern border than ever before. This trend is a direct result of the operational failure at our border. Expect an increase in human smuggling & trafficking cases nationwide. pic.twitter.com/L0dP6dBVyp
— Jaeson Jones (@jaeson_jones) July 4, 2019
The local law enforcement reported that none of the passengers in the pickup truck were caught.
Another example shows the child is left alone after all illegals bail out of this truck:
TRIPWIRES & TRIGGERS–BAILOUTS–Another example of a Cartel border-related crime that most Americans never witness. Notice the last occupant to exit the vehicle is a child who is left alone. This type of incident occurs 24/7-365 along the southwest border… https://t.co/9HLx8OLKK0 pic.twitter.com/o7ghcmGjbF
— Jaeson Jones (@jaeson_jones) July 3, 2019
There is constant traffic crossing the Rio Grande River:
TRIPWIRES & TRIGGERS–Video of agents rescuing the life of a 13-year-old boy on the Rio Grande River. The rail on the boat that starts at the front & runs to the rear. That is a line cutter, it is there so if the Cartel runs a line across the river it won’t decapitate agents. pic.twitter.com/Yfeyq36fqz
— Jaeson Jones (@jaeson_jones) July 5, 2019
The cartels run the smuggling across the river. They make thousands and thousands of dollars, sending families and groups across the river. Some make it, and some don’t. The border patrol ends up rescuing many of the illegals like the 13-year-old above.