Over 130 Illegal Aliens Surrender to Arizona Border Patrol – Transported to Tucson for Processing


More than 130 illegal aliens surrendered to border patrol agents near San Miguel, Arizona on Wednesday.

The group consisted of citizens from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua according to interim Chief Patrol Agent of the U.S. Border Patrol for the Tucson sector, John Modlin.

“Masks were provided and the group was transported to Tucson for processing,” he said.

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More than 750 unaccompanied minors crossed the border on Wednesday which means there are now more than 20,000 illegal alien children in US custody.

Kamala Harris was appointed as border czar a couple weeks ago and she has yet to address the crisis and visit the border.

Instead, Kamala Harris visited Northern California this week to pitch Joe Biden’s unpopular “infrastructure” package and ignored the border.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott called on the Biden Admin to close the San Antonio migrant facility after US government agencies received reports of child abuse, including sexual assault.

“The Biden administration caused this crisis and has repeatedly failed to address it,” Abbott said at a press conference Wednesday. “The administration failed to plan for the influx of children that they invited to come. Now they face allegations of despicable child abuse and neglect.”

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