Texas Border Patrol Nearing Collapse Thanks to Massive Influx of Illegal Aliens Coming for Amnesty
What happens when the United States announces to the world that we’ll be passing amnesty soon? Massive numbers of illegal aliens start flooding the Texas border so they can get here before amnesty is passed.
Filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch has chronicled the problems along the Mexican border in his documentaries, including his latest: They Come to America II. Lynch sat down with Megyn Kelly to reveal some new information about just how bad things are getting at the Texas border.
Lynch said his information, which comes from “the guys who are down there” on the border, indicates that the Border Patrol there is nearing the point of collapse.
“What they told me is worse than I’ve ever been told before,” said Lynch, adding that he is being told there are a stunning 2,000 arrests of illegal immigrants a day in the Rio Grande Valley.
Lynch said the influx of immigrants from Central America, not Mexico, is becoming more than the Border Patrol in Texas can handle.
“The big driver of it all is the promise of amnesty. That’s what they’re all being told. We’re at the point right now where people are coming across and they’re just handing themselves in because they know they’re not going to be sent back,” said Lynch. “It’s so bad I don’t even know what to say anymore.”
Is there anyone that could possibly be surprised by this? And really, the message being sent is to forget trying to immigrate legally. Why bother, when you can come illegally and then benefit from amnesty?
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