The threat of the migrant caravan invasion is even worse than people think.
Nearly one million illegal alien migrants could pour into the country in 2019.
And the migrant caravan could overrun the United States’ border if this one thing happens.
When the migrant caravan started making its way north towards the U.S. border with Mexico, President Trump took swift action.
The President directed the border to be secured and he also deployed troops to prevent a mass breakthrough of illegal immigrants.
But there’s another caravan on the move.
And this one is larger than anything before.
In fact, the number of migrants that have come under ICE custody had jumped over 39% from February to March, an increase that could push ICE detention levels to over 100,000 detentions or more in March.
This is more than a caravan.
This is becoming an invasion.
100,000 migrants being caught by ICE means that even more are slipping through the cracks.
And the wave of new caravans that are moving north towards the U.S. border means that thousands more are on the move.
“An inflow of 100,000 per month brings migration up towards the levels encouraged by former President George W. Bush before his economic bubble and 2008 crash,” reports Breitbart.
“The establishment’s open borders welcome is extracting wealth and political stability from Central American countries. Poor farmers and workers are mortgaging their homes and land to fund their travel to get the government-arranged “catch-and-release” welcome which is being offered to migrants who bring their children,” adds Breitbart.
The problem is such a growing issue that even the left-leaning Washington Post is covering the crisis on the border.
For President Trump meanwhile, the crisis serves as a vindication of his efforts to secure the border.
While open borders Democrats have worked to stop him at every turn, the President is committed to building a wall and ending illegal immigration because the problem only seems to be getting worse over time.
“President Donald Trump’s effort to stop illegal migration has been blocked by judges eager to preserve catch-and-release policies set under President Barack Obama, by progressives who are eager to invite the world’s poor into Americans’ homeland, and by business-first Republicans who are eager to aid business and to avoid conflict with Democrats,” comments Breitbart.
While illegal border crossings fell to 16,000 in April 2017, those working to cross illegally into the country have since learned how to exploit the system and work their way around a series of flawed immigration rules, known to President Trump and his supporters as “Catch and Release”.
Trump has addressed the problem just recently.
“We need an immigration policy that’s going to be great for our corporations and our great companies,” Trump said at CPAC this past week. “Now, we want people to come in, we need workers to come in, but they’ve got to come in legally and they’ve got to come in through merit.”
We will keep you up to date with any new developments in this ongoing story.