Border Crisis

SMUGGLERS SWARM: Video Captures Coyotes, Scouts Transporting Migrants Across the Border [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.10.24

A recently released Fox News video captured in Nex Mexico shows the extent of the cartel smuggling operation carrying illegal migrants across the U.S. southern border.

The footage, recorded in Sunland, New Mexico, shows coyotes, scouts, smugglers, and more.

One Border Patrol agent told Fox News that Border Patrol has lost control of nearby Mt. Cristo Rey to human smugglers; “It’s not ours. … It’s theirs,” the agent said.

From Fox News:

The U.S. is now in the fourth year of a historic migrant crisis at the southern border, which has shown few signs of slowing. Migrant traffic frequently moves, and New Mexico is becoming a top destination for those seeking to get into the U.S.

In Nogales, Arizona, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized multiple weapons and cash in ten separate incidents, including one man with a gun strapped onto his chest.

Things are much quieter in Eagle Pass, Texas, where migrant flows have reduced since Texas Gov. Greg Abbott doubled down on border security measures at the key crossing point, including the seizure of a staging area in January.

In El Paso, however, there have been a number of surges toward the border, including multiple instances in which migrants have cut razor wire before surging toward the wall.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott continues to stymie the flow of illegal migrants across the border. “Texas will exercise our sovereign authority to protect our southern border — and our nation — because President Biden refuses to enforce federal immigration laws,” Abbott said this week.

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