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Border Towns Are Already Overwhelmed With Illegal Crossings

Townhall Media/Julio Rosas

The predicted massive surge of illegal immigrants for when Title 42 ends has already started, with little more than a week to go until the public health order finally goes away after being in place for three years. 

Tens of thousands of people have illegally crossed into El Paso and Brownsville, Texas, within the past few weeks. Tens of thousands more are waiting in border towns all over Mexico for next week. What is notable is Laredo, Texas, where major drug trafficking is conducted, declared a state of emergency this week, not because the city anticipates people crossing into town like others, but because it will be receiving thousands of people a day from other sectors when they get the influx.

You can tell the problem is already so big for these American border towns when left-wing media sends their people to report on the ground. I will be traveling to El Paso on Monday and will be there all week to report on the situation, so stay tuned.

To put in perspective how badly in shape El Paso is in right now, I was at that same church a few months ago. At that time, there were around 50-60 migrants who had been allowed into the United States through the CBP One app. They had documentation to travel to their final destination. They were still in El Paso because they did not have the money to continue. Not an ideal situation, but at least the numbers were much more manageable for the city than it is right now. 

The fact the numbers now spread for blocks means it is just as bad, if not worse, than during the surge last December. The Biden administration, of course, only sees the need to get these people off the street and further into the country and refuses to focus on deterrence. Notably, sanctuary cities are already saying they can't take any more people, either, again, all before more people are expected to flood our southern border by next week.


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