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 September 20, 2023

Over 7,500 daily border encounters reveal depth of migrant crisis

A new report revealed that 7,500 migrants were encountered at the southern border on Sunday, revealing concerns over the ongoing crisis.

The news was reported by NBC's "Top Story" in a segment highlighting the concerning situation.

The comments

"We’ve been able to see in certain sectors some rises, some evidence of that rise, street releases when they’re not able to find enough room for shelters in cities like San Diego and Nogales, AZ," NBC's Julia Ainsley reported.

"Then we’ve also been able to see the numbers of families rising in areas like Tucson and Rio Grande Valley. Now, this actually takes into account a snapshot of one day across the entire border, where they saw 7,500 crossings in a single day," she added.

Far worse than NYC

"New York City’s mayor believes that 110,000 illegal aliens in his city is a crisis. Texas and southern border states are flooded with that many illegals every 12 days," Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz stated.

"Since Joe Biden took office, there has been an invasion of 7M illegal aliens through our border," he added.

The example of El Paso

"Leaders in El Paso, Texas, warned they would not be able to keep mass groups of migrants from sleeping on the streets — what the city considers the worst-case scenario — for much longer," the New York Post reported.

"On Thursday alone, some 1,700 migrants entered the US through El Paso in a 24-hour period. In previous weeks, the city had seen less than 1,000 migrants a day," it noted.

The high numbers persist even as President Joe Biden seeks a second term in office, revealing he has no plans to change the current situation at the border.

Another term of Biden in office could result in at least 10 million migrants crossing the border, a number higher than the population of many U.S. states.

GOP presidential candidates are right to attack the current crisis, noting the situation as a massive national security issue for the nation.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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