ONE MILLION PEOPLE FROM AROUND THE WORLD are expected to come to our southern border in FY2019 because they know they can claim asylum and get into the U.S.
We’ve become a global magnet for anyone and everyone who wants to benefit from all of the freebies they will receive once they’re in America. We’re known for our generous freebies.
With our detention centers bursting at the seams, over eighty-four thousand illegals have been released into America since December.
Just look at the line of illegals being processed on March 12th!
Mar 12 video of @CBPRGV’s McAllen Station, showing record breaking #s of #IllegalImmigrants. #BP’s limited resources are being used to process influx of #familyunits & #unaccompaniedminors rather than patrolling border for #drugsmugglers! #bordersecurity pic.twitter.com/vUczK62vso
— AJ "Andy" Louderback (@AndyLouderback) March 14, 2019
“We have apprehended and encountered more families in just five months & 5 days than last year’s record total.” – CBP Commissioner
Last week alone, illegals from 8 different countries came illegally to the U.S.: Note that China and India are on the list.
#YumaSector #BorderPatrol arrested people from 8 different countries for being illegally present in the U.S. #NationalSecurity #SouthwestBorder #CBP -Guatemala -Honduras -El Salvador -Mexico -India -Nicaragua -China -Ecuador
Last week #YumaSector #BorderPatrol arrested people from 8 different countries for being illegally present in the U.S. #NationalSecurity #SouthwestBorder #CBP
— CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) March 15, 2019
A PREVIOUSLY DEPORTED GANG MEMBER FROM EL SALVADOR:
On Thursday afternoon #USBP agents from the #Calexico station arrested a 30 y.o. 18th Street gang member attempting to illegally enter the U.S. Records showed that man is a citizen of El Salvador and was deported from the U.S. previously in Oct. 2018. pic.twitter.com/4hpfSQO9G1
— CBP El Centro (@CBPElCentro) March 16, 2019
If this isn’t a national emergency, what is?
Does anyone believe this fence will keep anyone out?