Major Border Crisis: Pakistanis Entering up 935%


A “United Nations” mix of illegals trying to cross the U.S. border raises terrorist concerns and could cost America billions.

The Washington Examiner, reports that Cubans trying to get in have doubled while illegal entries from Pakistan have surged 935 percent. Haitian’s entering illegally have soared up 1,300 percent.

The immigration numbers and evidence of the new surge were addressed in Senate testimony this week when the chief of the U.S. Border Patrol stated his concerns about the astronomical numbers of non-Latinos entering our country and potential terrorist risks facing America.

Texas Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar represents a border district in Texas and has seen the recent surge in unaccompanied youths and others coming into the U.S. where they are apprehended, cared for and then mostly released with a demand to return for a court hearing, which few do.

He spoke on U.S. immigration policy on Sunday’s “Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson,” a weekly investigative broadcast shown online and on Sinclair stations.

“It is because people from different parts of the world, Africa, Middle East, other parts of the world are now realizing that all you have to do is get to the southern border of the United States and there’s a process there you can claim a legal defense and you just get to come in. I mean, people, the smuggling organizations know exactly what they’re doing.

Cuellar added, “There are countries from all over the world not just Mexico and Central America. So it’s a U.N. type of diversity if I can say that.”

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