Hundreds of migrants seen wandering on side of road in TX as invasion of US continues

It’s getting difficult to argue that the United States of America has an actual border given the record number of illegal immigrants flowing into the country from Mexico.

Nearly a quarter of a million illegal immigrants are crossing the southern border every month, with each month setting a new record from the previous, and these numbers don’t count the hundreds of thousands who manage to evade Border Patrol. The numbers are so astronomically high the Biden administration has “paroled”  — see released — thousands upon thousands.

The migrants are often coming in large groups of hundreds at a single time, as seen in a video from the Texas Department of Public Safety, shared by Fox News reporter Bill Melugin.

“Video from @TxDPS shows hundreds of migrants wandering off the side of a highway near Eagle Pass, TX this afternoon after they crossed illegally. This is in Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector, which continues to be inundated with massive groups almost daily,” Melugin tweeted.

The migrants seen in the video above were seen Thursday wandering the side of a highway in Eagle Pass, Texas, a small town just east of the Rio Grande on the Mexican border, according to Fox News.

The network reported that between August and May, Border Patrol officers have “paroled more than 207,000 migrants to avoid overcrowding in detention centers, a system started under the Biden administration.”

But the numbers are much higher, as noted by the Center for Immigration Studies.

“The latest Biden administration disclosures in Biden v. Texas reveal that in May, DHS released 95,318 migrants CBP had encountered at the Southwest border into the United States, bringing the total of illegal migrant releases there under the Biden administration to 1,049,532 — a population larger than the number of residents in the president’s home state of Delaware, at a rate of 2,115 per day,” the non-profit research organization reported.

Washington Examiner columnist Byron York said in response to the CIS report that the total may be “perhaps as many as 2 million people.”

“That is greater than the population of Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington, D.C., and the president’s home state of Delaware,” York wrote. “It’s a lot of people.

“And remember, it is the total number of illegal border crossers allowed to stay in the U.S., not the total number caught at the border,” he added.

The migrants come from all over the world, as far away as Russia, and record numbers of drugs like fentanyl are also coming across the border — fentanyl overdose deaths are occurring in the tens of thousands in America. And through it all, the corporate media has little interest in informing the American people of how severe the border crisis has become under the Biden administration, which doesn’t appear to be taking any real action to stem the flow of what is clearly an invasion at this point. An invasion that threatens to fundamentally change demographics in America.

At least, that’s the sentiment of many Americans who feel they no longer live in a sovereign nation.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:

*Caution: Adult Language


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