Illegals are coming into the U.S. any way they can.

They are stuffed into cars and trucks crossing the border but they also cross rivers in rafts and jet skis.

One of the lesser known ways illegals get into America is through the sewer system. In fact, a few days ago, four illegal men were rescued from a sewer pipe after being stuck for 18 hours.

A 2006 LA Times article describes how there is an entire underground system whereby illegals travel to cross our border:

The 23-mile network in the San Diego area leads to about 500 manholes scattered across about three square miles. From those openings into the bowels of the city, mud-covered migrants crawl out into streets, busy intersections and parking lots, creating a dizzying guessing game for U.S. Border Patrol agents.

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It’s a free-for-all out there and the video below is just one more crazy way the illegals can get across the U.S./Mexico border:

Polish Patriot tweeted out the video below: Illegal immigrants popping up through a manhole in a busy intersection in El Paso, Texas

https://twitter.com/PolishPatriotTM/status/1123572365584162818

LOCAL REPORT:

A local report from KTSM says that cell phone footage caught several men believed to be migrants crawling out of a manhole in Downtown El Paso.

The Facebook video—obtained by “Reportes De Puentes”—was recorded Monday night at the intersection of Campbell and Paisano, just a block away from the Downtown Police Station.

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A Border Patrol spokesman told KTSM 9 News agents were eventually able to apprehend 12 men believed to have crossed into the country illegally.

“It took a while to respond to because of the large groups (of asylum-seekers) we’re having to face (at the border),” said Thomas Schwieger.

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