REPORT: 4,000 Border Crossers in Rio Grande Valley Sector Over Weekend

While it has gone largely unreported by the mainstream media, our border was overcome this weekend.

In the Rio Grande Valley sector alone, more than 4,000 illegals crossed.

From the pictures I saw, it resembled the line outside of Chick-fil-A when they are giving away a free sandwich.

Not Illegal Anymore

According to a former Border Patrol boss, there is not even an effort to halt the crossing of illegal immigrants.

Rodney Scott stated, “There’s no effort to actually secure the border and to figure out who and what’s coming in when you create a chaotic situation like this, and they have created this through their policies.”

He is not wrong, at least not from the pictures I saw.

There were literally lines of illegals dozens, if not hundreds deep, simply waiting to be processed by border agents.

They were not running or hiding… just waiting in line as though they were buying concert tickets or a new iPhone.

In 2022, there have been a reported 1.2 million illegal crossings, and that number will only go up.

If Biden gets his way, Title 42, the final remaining obstacle in stopping illegals, will be revoked, and these numbers are going to go through the roof.

It is not out of the question that we will see more than two million illegal crossings this year.

DHS is already on record saying they expect about 18,000 illegal border crossers every day once Title 42 is revoked.

That is almost 500,000 per month for the foreseeable future.

The number itself is scary, but it is far worse when you realize that since Biden has been in office, they have released at least 50 percent of illegal crossers to the country’s interior.

Source: Fox News


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