Border Patrol Chief tweets "the dangers are real" after reporting 10 sex offenders, 71 pounds of meth, and 1 murderer rounded up in 3 days on the border
· Sep 7, 2022 ·

The invasion of the southern border continues, essentially, unabated as the Biden administration continues to neglect the border and allow more people than ever to come into to the country illegally.

Here's a recap of 3 days on the border and who exactly is coming across the border.

Remember when the media first attacked Trump for telling the truth about the border?

He was called racist for saying "they're not sending their best."

Well, would you say sex offenders, murderers, gang members, and drug smugglers are "their best"?

From Fox:

There have been over two million migrant encounters in this fiscal year, which started in October, so far. In July, there were nearly 200,000 and that doesn't include the more than 500,000 illegal immigrants who have evaded Border Patrol this fiscal year.

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has been alerting the public to the number of sex offenders and gang members -- including members of MS-13 -- it has been stopping from reaching U.S. communities.

Last week, CBP announced that agents in the Rio Grande Valley sector had stopped 21 gang members, two sex offenders and those with prior convictions for robbery and battery.

One of those nabbed was a Mexican national with prior conviction for indecency and sexual contact with a child. Another was a Salvadoran 18th Street gang member with a prior conviction for aggravated homicide.

There is an invasion of the worst people on our southern border.

We can't have a border that's open to documented gangsters, murderers, drug smugglers, and rapists.

Is it racist for the Hispanic Border Patrol Chief to recognize this reality?

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