Hundreds Of Migrants Swarm Through Border Gates, Immediately Apprehended

A new Daily Caller Shorts video shows hundreds of illegal immigrants swarming a gate at the southern border. Upon entering, all of the immigrants were immediately apprehended.

The Del Rio, Texas, gate, which serves as part of former President Donald Trump’s unfinished border wall, held back a mob of people trying to enter the nation. The report estimated more than 300 people were at the gate during the video.

Surprisingly, many of the individuals were not from Mexico. The immigrants included several nations, with many in the particular video claiming to be from Haiti.

The immigrants were let through in small groups for processing.

The next day, a Daily Caller reporter appeared and showed a group of about 40 people appeared. Several clips of additional dangerous crossing were also included in the video, noting 19,000 unaccompanied migrant children in government custody.

This is supposed to be Biden’s “compassionate” approach to immigration? Thousands of kids in government custody, with hundreds of immigrants standing at gates to enter, while thousands more cross each day?

We don’t even need a wall to stop what Biden has allowed. We just need to enforce current laws to protect the border and the American people.

Check it out and discover the tragic crisis along the border now.


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