October 30, 2019
Fiscal Year 2019 Southwest Border Migration Report
The invasion doesn’t stop. It doesn’t wait for elections. It doesn’t wait for new government policy. It doesn’t care about your system or your wars in the Middle East.
It cares about one thing and one thing only: getting free stuff.
Remember, these are the official numbers, i.e., lies.
The apprehension of migrants who crossed the border into the U.S. reached 1.1 million during Fiscal Year 2019. More than 850,000 crossed into the U.S. illegally. Of those, nearly a half-million of the migrants were family units.
During Fiscal Year 2019, which ended on September 30, U.S.Border Patrol agents and CBP officers apprehended more than 1,148,000 migrants who crossed the border from Mexico into the U.S., according to year-end numbers released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Tuesday in El Paso. The El Paso Sector witnessed the largest percentage increase of illegal border crossings in all categories.
The apprehension of migrants illegally crossing the border is at the highest level since 2007, when agents apprehended 858,638. The apprehension of family units was not tracked in 2007, but this year marks a record for the category–473,000. This number is nearly quadrupled 2018’s report of 107,490 migrant family apprehensions. Prior to that, there had never been more than 100,000 family apprehensions in a single year.
Family unit migrant crossings are of particular concern to CBP officials due to the increase in resources required to care, transport, and process them.
During FY2019, Border Patrol agents apprehended 473,682 Family Unit Aliens, according to the 2019 Southwest Border Migration Report. This is an increase of nearly 350 percent over last year’s record apprehension of 107,212 family units. The apprehension of Unaccompanied Alien Children also increased by 52 percent to 76,020.
Earlier this year, the Border Patrol declared saving the lives of migrants as their top priority and turned themselves into the Migrant Aid Force. They even bought onesies for the invaders’ infants and turned themselves into nannies of some kind.
These family units are way more expensive than lone goblins because as age decreases, Human Rights increase — which means more free stuff.
We don’t know exactly what the cost of preventing these brown kids from crying is, but what we do know is that what we’re getting in return for the price we’re paying is not a good deal.
What do Americans get after being forced to pay for the processing of these freeloaders’ malicious asylum claims, for their housing, for their food and even for their entertainment?
Even more parasites.
But what about the ones that stay?
What do Americans get for welcoming foreigners into America?
A ticking time bomb.
A record 67.3 million U.S. residents speak a foreign language at home, the latest sign of the growing influence of immigrants on American culture.
Census Bureau data shows that homes that do not speak English first grew seven times faster than those that do.
The data, analyzed by the Center for Immigration Studies, found that in the top five American cities, an average of 48% speak a foreign language at home, mostly Spanish or Chinese.
And in 90 major cities, more than half speak a non-English language at home.
The analysis said, “The Center for Immigration Studies finds that 67.3 million residents in the United States now speak a language other than English at home, a number equal to the entire population of France. The number has nearly tripled since 1980, and more than doubled since 1990. The growth at the state level is even more pronounced. All language figures in Census Bureau data are for persons five years of age and older.”
How long until half of America doesn’t speak English in their homes?
How long until no one even knows what the official language of America is?