Turkish Illegal Tells The Truth At Southern Border

Even illegals are shocked by how easy it is to enter the country outside of authorized ports of entry due to the dire situation at the U.S.-Mexico border. As a result, they worry that criminals will be able to enter the nation without any problems.

Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin conducted an interview with a Turkish man who illegally came through the San Diego Sector at Jacumba Hot Springs.

The man claimed that in order to pass through a Mexican cartel’s area on the Mexican side of the border, he had to pay them $10,000.

Having had many visa rejections, I chose to enter the country illegally.

“Americans are correct, that much is true. Who comes into this country? They are clueless. Okay, I’m fine, but what if they’re not? How else could psychopaths be considered killers? The guy cautioned, “I’m not sure about that.” “Like, no background checks, no security checks.”

“You are concerned about the identity of the border crossers?” Melugin asked.

“Yes, all of the above. The man replied.

When it was pointed out that the guys had the funds to obtain a visa and enter the country lawfully, Melugin said that they had applied but had been turned down several times, so they had chosen to exploit the open border.

“They really did just that. They rejected me several times for a visa, so I just decided to cross illegally and was surprised at how simple it was,” Melugin said.

The San Diego Sector is currently the heart of the border problem. The West Coast section of the southern border is becoming the focal point for illegal immigration as a result of joint security operations in Texas and northern Mexico. The primary point of entry at the border before the San Diego Sector.

Border Patrol agents in the San Diego Sector have encountered around 223,000 undocumented aliens so far this fiscal year, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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