Over 3,000 Illegals Caught in Just One Day at Border


If there was ever a need for a wall, we are at that point right now. Illegal aliens are appearing at our borders in droves and the Democrats are doing all they can to facilitate them.

The 3,000 illegals caught in a day is near a record and the Border Patrol is warning that unless we do something to protect the border, we will be in a severe crisis. A crisis that Democrats are counting on. If they can legalize enough illegal aliens, they won’t have to fill out so many empty ballots themselves.

That will make up somewhat for losing Brenda Snipes in Broward County.

From The Washington Times

The government snared more than 3,000 illegal immigrants in just one day last week, the administration’s top border official told Congress on Tuesday, saying the situation qualifies as a full-blown “crisis.”

Kevin K. McAleenan, commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said more than 1,100 of those caught either jumping the border or trying to come through a border crossing without permission were children, either traveling alone or with parents, and forced on the treacherous journey.

He said the 3,029 people caught on Dec. 3 was the highest total in years, and said at the rate illegal immigration across the border is running right now, the numbers of families and children could be double the record rate recorded last year.

“It is indeed both a border security and a humanitarian crisis,” he told the Senate Judiciary Committee.

President Trump met with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer today and it was evident, the last thing in the world they want is a border wall. Not because it doesn’t work, but because it does.

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