‘Radical Shift’: Majority of People Traveling to the Border Come From Outside Mexico, Northern Triangle
I wonder why CNN’s report didn’t mention Haiti.
If you follow Fox’s Bill Melugin or anyone in the Border Patrol, you know this isn’t breaking news.
CNN, of all places, reported that most people coming to our southern border travel from places outside of Mexico and the Northern Triangle (Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador).
Cato Institute’s David Bier calls it a “radical shift.” Bier thinks there is no simple reason for this change.
I say, duh. Is anyone shocked since we have an open border and an administration that doesn’t care? Illegal immigration grew by one million during Biden’s first year. It cost taxpayers $9.4 billion.
People from Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, and Venezuela have made the journey. We’ve also heard about many Haitians trying to make the trek to the border through South and Central America.
The chart shows increases beginning during Obama’s administration. They kept coming, even during Trump’s time in office.
However, the colossal spike happened in…2021. Who took office in 2021? The Biden-Harris administration.
One must take Border Patrol stats with a grain of salt. Not because they lie but because they have seen over half a million “gotaways” since October 1.
Gotaways are illegal immigrants people witness crossing the border but are never caught by officials.
The border averages around 55,000 gotaways per month.
A few days later, Biden’s administration accused border patrol agents of whipping the Haitian migrants. It never happened, but since when did facts matter? Officials are still trying to find ways to punish the agents.
Almost ten days after the fake whipping narrative, Panama told the U.S. to expect a caravan with 60,000 migrants, mostly Haitians. Panama officials said Over 85,000 Haitian migrants made their way through Panama between January 2021 and September 2021. Data showed that 20,000 to 25,000 already made it to the border.
In June, A migrant caravan in June included people from Cuba, Haiti, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and even Somalia. One Haitian told Fox News that Biden “promised the Haitian community he will help them.”DONATE
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