The border crisis has hit a critical level, and the United States welcomed over 200,000 illegal immigrants who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in just a single month.
In May of 2022 alone, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) record was broken when a staggering 239,416 illegal immigrants poured into the United States from the southern border.
According to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a whopping 234,000 migrants crossed over in the month of April. Almost 70% of those discovered by border control were single adults and nearly 15,000 were unaccompanied minors without an adult present.
Mexico and several countries in Central and South America are the main culprits in allowing immigrants to stream through illegally, while Americans are trying to combat the ever-growing amount of crime and drugs being brought over the border.
BORDER REPORT: The first group of migrants I encountered last week in Yuma, AZ were from China, Peru, Georgia, Venezuela, Cuba, and India
Only a few dozen migrants out of the ~1,500 crossing each day into the Yuma border sector are being returned under Title 42 pic.twitter.com/iqdwAX0QKH
— Jennie Taer (@JennieSTaer) May 31, 2022
Children smugglers are a big problem and the cases often lead to dangerous sexual and physical exploitation of minors being used as a free ticket into the U.S.
Illegal immigrants are using children to pose as fake family units in order to get through the U.S. border.
These children are taken from their families, and sometimes raped, abused, and recruited into gangs.
Why does the left incentivize the trafficking of innocent children? pic.twitter.com/KctE8xa6rB
— PragerU (@prageru) July 22, 2019
“As temperatures start to rise in the summer, human smugglers will continue to exploit vulnerable populations and recklessly endanger the lives of migrants for financial gain,” CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus said. “The terrain along the Southwest Border is extreme, the summer heat is severe, and the miles of desert that migrants must hike after crossing the border are unforgiving. Our message to those who would try and gain illegal entry to the United States remains the same – don’t make the dangerous journey only to be sent back.”
Since Joe Biden took the presidential office in January 2021, he has allowed approximately 1.35 illegal aliens to pillage their way into the U.S. This number is more significant than the entire population of Dallas, Texas.
Concerningly, the number of foreign-born people in the U.S. is at 47 million and rapidly counting, leaving Americans on their way to potentially becoming the minority in their own country.
Projections show that under the Biden administration’s watch, four million illegal aliens will be added to the U.S. population count by the end of 2024.
As illegal immigration continues to stir controversy, one thing is clear; the border crisis is only getting more out of control with each passing month.