Large Group Of 116 Migrants From Africa Caught Wading Across The Rio Grande To Illegally Enter The U.S. (Video)

The first large group of 116 migrants from Africa are caught on video wading across the Rio Grande to illegally enter the U.S.

“Large groups present a unique challenge for the men and women of the Del Rio Sector,” said Chief Raul Ortiz in a statement. “This large group from Africa further demonstrates the complexity and severity of the border security and humanitarian crisis at our Southwest border.”

Everyone all over the world is getting the word that they can get in our vulnerable southern border.

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Daily Mail:

Shocking video has emerged showing the first large group of migrants from Africa wading across the Rio Grande River to illegally enter the United States.

The video shared by the Customs and Border Protection shows a group of 116 people from Angola, Cameroon and the Congo walking through the waist-deep water into Texas.

Male and female adults are seen making the laborious trek with children clinging onto their shoulders on Thursday.

The group was apprehended by agents at the Del Rio Sector of the border around 10.30pm.

The White House also shared video of the harrowing scene showing the moment the group file out of the water and reach the shore in a line. More

The next terrorist attack on our soil by foreigners will be on Pelosi and Schumer’s heads. They have brought a stop to any iota of security at our borders. This one will be on them!

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