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Shock footage shows massive group of illegals being lined up in rows as they’re encountered by US Customs and Border Protection agents.
Shocking thermal cam footage shot by a drone shows hundreds of illegal immigrants amassing on the southern US border with Mexico.
The incredible video, posted to Twitter Monday from Eagle Pass, Texas, by Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin, shows a massive group of illegals being lined up in rows as they’re encountered by US Customs and Border Protection agents.
“Our @FoxNews thermal drone over part of another group of several hundred migrants that crossed illegally into Eagle Pass, TX early this morning,” Melugin reported.
“The consistency here has been almost nonstop going back to the spring. Large groups almost every day, sometimes multiple per day.”
The shock footage comes mere days after similar events were documented in the same area, with Melugin noting illegals are “mostly single adults from Nicaragua, Colombia, Cuba & Dominican Republic.”
“Per CBP source, this Del Rio sector has already seen 115,000+ illegal crossings since 10/1, up 56% over same time last year, which was highest year in sector history,” Melugin reported about the Eagle Pass region just last week.
As a result of the massive influx impacting Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott (R) over the weekend called on the Biden administration to postpone its lifting of Title 42, a Trump-era Covid pandemic border restriction which has allowed DHS to quickly deport illegal border crossers back to Mexico.
“If the courts do not intervene and put a halt to the removal of Title 42, it’s going to be total chaos,” Abbott told ABC This Week.
On Monday, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts temporarily halted the lifting of Title 42, set to end Wednesday, after attorneys general from 19 Republican-led states asked SCOTUS to weigh in on the matter.
The alarming situation at the border belies claims by the Biden Administration and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas just last month when he maintained during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing that the “border is secure.”