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DML News founder and immigration expert Dennis Michael Lynch shared his insight in a Facebook Live video Tuesday regarding a recent recent report that as many as 35,000 illegal alien Africans are making their way through Panama toward the U.S. border.

The Center for Immigration studies reported that the group consists of Cameroonians, Ghanaians, Congolese, Haitians, Cubans, and even some from the Middle East.

Large groups of Haitian nationals have now begun reaching the U.S. and illegally crossing the border. U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Del Rio Sector have arrested over 1,000 Haitian Nationals since June 10. Prior to June 10, the Del Rio Sector had arrested only 17 Haitian nationals this fiscal year.

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  1. This is outrageous.
    These are not friendly people, but groups are encouraging them.
    They get jobs in Nursing facilities & hospitals, because someone fakes their background, as in saying they were a healthcare worker in their home country or some such nonsense.
    My Mother lived in a Nursing Home for the last 2 yrs of her life & was subjected to African males as aides. They were not abusive, just incompetent. We complained, but it fell on deaf ears.
    These places are charging a lot, too.
    Only 1/2 of the residents were on Medicaid. The other 1/2 were private pay.
    There was one who murdered a group of elderly women in the Dallas area.
    This is dangerous & has to stop.
    The families of the deceased need to go to DC & demand that something be done. Now!

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