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Southern Border EXPLODES After Reality Sinks In

The impending U.S. presidential election has sparked a sense of urgency among illegal immigrants, leading them to hastily cross the border. According to the New York Post, the fear of potential alterations in immigration policies has prompted individuals like Colombian siblings Ricardo, 20, and Sebastian, 18, to share their story of illegally crossing the Arizona border. Their motivation stems from concerns over a potential change in administr

The siblings, who sought aid at the Yuma Regional Center for Border Health and subsequently journeyed to New Jersey, voiced apprehensions regarding the potential for more stringent immigration enforcement in the event of Donald Trump’s re-election.

“We think with the elections, it will be harder,” Ricardo said, New York Post stated. “We don’t want Trump,” Sebastian added.

According to the New York Post, Trump has publicly declared his intention to utilize local law enforcement and the military to expel millions of migrants if he is reelected. Since President Joe Biden assumed office in January 2021, there has been a significant surge in the number of migrants, with approximately 7 million illegal entries recorded nationwide and around 1.7 million individuals managing to enter without being apprehended.

Under the Biden administration, several initiatives have been implemented to address this influx. These include the introduction of the CBP One phone app and a large-scale parole program that allows direct entry for citizens from specific countries, as reported by the outlet. However, the Biden administration’s handling of immigration and border security has faced criticism, with recent polls indicating that a majority of Americans disapprove of the president’s approach.

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