The group entered the U.S. within a 45-minute timespan near the border community of Naco, Arizona. Melugin reported that none of the illegals were captured. "Migrants were lowered down a wall, evading its ribbons of concertina wire, in what was seemingly a sophisticated smuggling operation," the news portal Western Journal (WJ) said.
The video post did not indicate the date the footage was recorded, but the tweet went online on September 13 morning and as per the mainstream media journalist, it is just one of the many intrusions taking place on a regular basis. The correspondent further said the man with the cell phone on top of the wall is a human smuggler who told the news team he crosses people over every morning.
"Naco is part of border patrol's Tucson, Arizona sector, which DHS sources tell me has seen the most getaways so far in the fiscal year 2022 with approximately 160,000. The man with the cell phone on top of the wall is a human smuggler who told us he crosses people over every morning," Melugin replied to his original social media post.
He added that the border patrol union officials told him the crossing happens when so many agents are pulled off frontline field patrol to do administrative and processing duties instead, and when the few agents who are on patrol are already occupied tracking down other groups.
President Joe Biden's administration has been "soft" in enforcing immigration laws, and analysts are saying that this has now resulted in record-setting levels of illegal immigration and drug smuggling. (Related: 4.9 Million illegal aliens blew past the US border in the 18 months since Biden was installed in office.)
According to the conservative think tank Center for Immigration Studies, the border patrol has apprehended more illegals than in any other year of American history in 2022 and the volume of apprehensions at the border correlates with the volume of illegals entering the country.
In a report released on August 16 by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), 4.9 million illegal alien invaders have crossed the borders in the 18 months since Biden was installed in office. This includes the 3.9 million nationwide total reported by Customs and Border Protection, which includes a whopping 3.4 million at the Southwest border, as well as approximately 900,000 gotaways who have entered the country undetected per agency sources.
FAIR President Dan Stein believes that the current government's rollback of former President Donald Trump's immigration restriction policies has triggered the current mass migration surge.
According to a report in Politico, these policies implemented during the Trump era, such as the "Remain in Mexico" asylum guidance, significantly reduced illegal border crossings during his term.
"The endless flow of illegal aliens and the incursion of lethal narcotics pouring across our border will not end until this administration demonstrates a willingness to enforce our laws," Stein added.
Incidentally, at least two of the most current undocumented immigrant crossers came with sizable bags. WJ stated there is no way to know the contents of their packets, but drug smuggling is commonplace on the southern border.
FAIR reported 2,071 pounds of fentanyl and 12,989 pounds of methamphetamine were seized at the southern border in July, with much more getting through because Border Patrol agents are busy processing illegal aliens. The amount of fentanyl seized in July is equivalent to 469 million lethal doses.
Moreover, as the border crossers would not have health insurance, they would burden healthcare systems in border regions. Additionally, illegal immigration has a detrimental effect on labor conditions and can crush American wages.
Also, education costs for the illegals' children have been causing "issues" in American public schools, according to the conservative group Judicial Watch. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that undocumented children and young adults have the same right to attend public primary and secondary schools as U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
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